Port of Maasland Lock


Mathias de Sallieth (1749 – 1791)
Port of Maaslandsluis (1802)
SKU: 00386 Categories: , , Uitgever:

Mathias de Sallieth was a Czech engraver, draftsman, etcher and publisher. As an engraver, he reproduced many paintings with maritime subject matter. Sallieth has worked in Vienna, Paris, The Hague and Rotterdam. In the latter city, he died at the age of 42.

  • Image: view of Maassluis from the opposite side of the river, with the harbor entrance on the left. In the bottom center of the title strip, the coat of arms of Maassluis has been added, surrounded by an anchor, buoys, a cannon and bullets, barrels and a fishing net. After a drawing by Dirk de Jong, published in the Atlas of the seaports of the Batavian Republic by Pieter Yver, J. Smit & Zn. and F.W. Greebe
  • year: 1802
  • quality: excellent
  • signed: printed below plate
  • image size: 26.0 x 35.3 cm | 10.2 x 10.0 in (h x w)
  • sheet or frame size: 47.0 x 56.2 cm | 18.5 x 22.1 in (h x w)

19th century


copper engraving


Yes, nice list



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