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Stackelberg, Otto Magnus von, Baron
Gyrton in the valley of the Pineios. "Gyrton dans le Vallèe du Pènèe
Greece: Paris J.F. d'Ostervald 1829-1834. Lithograph of the Gyrton & the valley of the Pineois, Thessaly from Stackelberg's " La Grèce. Vues Pitttoresques et Topographiques." First and only edition: double page from an unfolded edition; Modern colour; blank verso. The view shows the course of the river in the valley with the mountains including olympus behind . gyrton is a small village on the river named after a mythological figure. Spot to sky; some spotting to margins."La Grèce. Vues Pittoresques et Topographiques."was published in livraisons from 1829. It appeared in an ordinary format and also with the plates on india paper, mounted. Bound copies of the complete work often contain both formats made up from different livraisons. Complete copies with all the plates are rare; the Blackmer copy had 114 of the 126 plates [including the subtitle vignettes]. Navari states;" This is Stackelberg's chef d'oeuvre, and it is regarded by many as the most beautiful book of Greek views." In his biography of von Stackelberg, Gerhart Rodenwaldt called him the "discoverer of the [ancient] Greek landscape". Count Otto Magnus ,Baron von Stackelberg (25 July 1786 – 27 March 1837) Born in Reval (Tallinn ) Estonia. Archeologist, writer & painter. Stackelberg travelled to Italy in 1809 and there met and became friends with the archaeologist and art historian Carl Haller von Hallerstein, & the Danish archaeologists and philologists Peter Oluf Brondsted and Georg Koes, whom persuaded Stackelberg to accompany them on their trip to Greece. They intended to produce an archaeological pub … [Cliquez ci-dessous pour une description complète]
Vendeur: Mary Louise Bryan/Paralos Gallery [Greece]
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