[Antique print, etching] Hofwyck (Hofwijk, Voorburg), published 1672.

Hofwijck, the country estate of Constantijn Huygens in Voorburg.

At the top center a bird’s eye view of Hofwijck and the accompanying gardens. To the left and right, three views on the sides and a floor plan with a common legend A-S and the same scale: 60 feet. Below an extensive map with a legend T-Z and Δ-Π and a scale: 40 rods ‘Rijnlandtse maet’. Numbered on the top right: ‘I Deel 293.’

Titled on the bird’s eye view above: ‘VITAULIUM’ and below: ‘HOFWYCK.’

Used in Huygens, Constantijn Huygens’: ‘Koren-bloemen, Nederlantsche gedichten van Constantin Huygens (…)’ published in Amsterdam by Johannes van Ravesteyn in 1672, book 6, Vol. 1, p. 293.

Etching on paper with some margin; plate mark: 296 x 384 mm, total: 310 x 413 mm; folding crease on the right, flattened paper, top margin with some restoration; in very good condition.

Incl. BTW  363,00

Excl. BTW  300,00

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