The old nuns named Marien-Kamp now ‘t Gasthuys


Jan Goeree (1670 – 1731)
The old Nuns named Marien-Kamp now ‘t Gasthuys (1760)
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Jan Goeree was a Dutch engraver and poet. Among other things, he made engravings of various buildings in Amsterdam. In 1705 he was commissioned by the city council to make sketches for the painting of the vault of the great hall of the City Hall (today’s Palace on Dam Square).

  • illustration: the print consists of two parts: above a map in oblique projection, below the face. The monastery was located on the site of the former Binnengasthuis (1544). Cartouche with title at top and legend of buildings on left and right. Edited by Isaak Tirion (1705 – 1765)
  • year: 1760
  • quality: excellent
  • signed: printed below plate
  • image size: 37.4 x 17.4 cm | 14.7 x 6.9 in (h x w)
  • sheet or frame size: 36.5 x 25.5 cm | 14.4 x 10.0 in (h x w)

18th century


copper engraving





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