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Keyser, Hendrik De."
Architectura moderna, ofte bouwinge van onsen tyt. Bestaende in verscheyde soorten van gebouwen zoo gemene als bysondere, als kercken, toornen, raedhuyse, poorten, huyse, graven, en dergelyke gestichten, staende soo binnen dese stat Amsteldam als elders.Amsterdam, Cornelis Dankerts van Seevenhoven, 1631. With richly engraved allegorical architectural title-page and 46 engraved plates of architectural designs (4 double-page and 2 folding). [4], 28 pp. text.With: (2) Eeckhout, Gerbrand van den. Veelderhande niewe compartemente.[Amsterdam], Clement de Jonghe, [1650]. 24 engraved plates with richly designed ornamental cartouches or escutcheons, left blank in their centres. [24] ll.(3) Bella, Stefano della [= Frederik de Wit]. Raccolta di varii capricii, et nove inventionij di cartelle et ornamenti. Recueil de divers caprices, et nouvelles inventions.Amsterdam, Frederik de Wit, [ca. 1650]. With 23 richly designed ornamental and grotesque cartouches or escutcheons, left blank in their centres, several including wil
1565. Unique and rich collection of nine 17th-century Amsterdam print series, with architectural, ornamental (including “kwab” ornaments) and anatomical models by the most renowned artists in their respective disciplines. The collection as a whole contains 134 engraved and etched plates. Together these series form examples of the highest level of art that was availabale at the time, compiled by an anonymous contemporary.Especially of interest are 4 little known designs for the new Amsterdam city hall and and 2 print series illustrating children at play.Ad 1: Rare first edition of the only published work by the Dutch architect Hendrik de Keyser (1565-1621). De Keyser was the most famous architect in the Netherlands in his time and is still honoured for his work. He built for example the widely known and praised Westerkerk (church) in Amsterdam, whose designs appear in the present work. Here in second issue, with two extra engraved plates and an added conclusion by De Bray. The book was posthumously published by the author's pupil Cornelis Danckerts, who also engraved the plates, the text was provided by Salomon de Bray.Ad 2: First edition, published by Clement de Jonghe, of a rare and interesting ornamental print series after designs by Gerbrand vanden Eeckhout (1621-1674), a pupil of Rembrandt from 1635 to 1645. Clement de Jonghe worked at Amsterdam from ca. 1640 to 1670. He was a friend of Rembrandt and print publisher.Ad 3: Extremely rare Amsterdam copy of a famous Stefano della Bella (1610-1664) ornamental print series. The Paris edition of 1646 is well known. The presen … [Click Below for Full Description]
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