Monogrammist HVD (fl. XVII century)

Print. Monogrammist HVD, Capture of Lochem by Spinola and the flour carts in his army in 1606.

Capture of Lochem by the army of Spinola, July 23, 1606. In the foreground, a flour cart invented by Pompeo Targone with which grain could be ground in the Spanish army camp. French inscription at the top, the Dutch translation at the bottom. Numbered on the bottom right corner: 24. The village of Lochem represented in the middle background with inscription “LOCHUM” above.

Etching and engraving on paper with margins, two sheets joined together at center; plate mark: 228 x 317 mm, total: 314 x 386 mm; mounted in paper passepartout; despite some staining on the margins in very good condition. Atlas van Stolk 1186, Fredrick Muller 1236.

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