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8 Askersund, anno 1715, Dahlberg in Suecia antiqua 127

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Title: Askersund, anno 1715, copperengraving, Dahlberg in Suecia antiqua et hodierna

"Askersund"

Kupferstich von Johannes van den Aveelen (1655-1727) bei Erik Jonsson Graf von Dahlbergh (1625 -1703), Stockholm, 1693-1715

Blattgröße: ca. 13,5 x 34 cm--size of the printed area.

aus dem Werk von Erik Jönsson von Dahlbergh: "Suecia antiqua et hodierna"
- 3 Tle in 1 Band
- vgl. British Arch. Library 772 (ausführl. zur Entstehungsgeschichte). Millard Coll. 16. Ornamentstich-Slg. Berlin 2256. Lipperheide Haa 3. Collijn 1600-talet Sp. 197. Warmholtz 207. -


Suecia Antiqua et Hodierna ("Ancient and Modern Sweden") is a collection of engravings collected by Erik Dahlbergh during the middle of the 17th century. Suecia Antiqua et Hodierna can be described as a grand vision of Sweden during its period as a great power. Dahlberg's direct source of inspiration was the topographical publications issued by the Swiss publisher Matthäus Merian. In 1661 Dahlberg was granted a royal privilege enabling him to realize his plans, which kept him occupied for a good decade, and a work that would not be printed until after his death. In its final state Suecia Antiqua et Hodierna comprised three volumes containing 353 plates.
Description: Askersund, anno 1715, copperengraving, Dahlberg in Suecia antiqua et hodierna

"Askersund"

Kupferstich von Johannes van den Aveelen (1655-1727) bei Erik Jonsson Graf von Dahlbergh (1625 -1703), Stockholm, 1693-1715

Blattgröße: ca. 13,5 x 34 cm--size of the printed area.

aus dem Werk von Erik Jönsson von Dahlbergh: "Suecia antiqua et hodierna"
- 3 Tle in 1 Band
- vgl. British Arch. Library 772 (ausführl. zur Entstehungsgeschichte). Millard Coll. 16. Ornamentstich-Slg. Berlin 2256. Lipperheide Haa 3. Collijn 1600-talet Sp. 197. Warmholtz 207. -


Suecia Antiqua et Hodierna ("Ancient and Modern Sweden") is a collection of engravings collected by Erik Dahlbergh during the middle of the 17th century. Suecia Antiqua et Hodierna can be described as a grand vision of Sweden during its period as a great power. Dahlberg's direct source of inspiration was the topographical publications issued by the Swiss publisher Matthäus Merian. In 1661 Dahlberg was granted a royal privilege enabling him to realize his plans, which kept him occupied for a good decade, and a work that would not be printed until after his death. In its final state Suecia Antiqua et Hodierna comprised three volumes containing 353 plates.
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