Vuë de la Tour de Mont Alban & de l’Echaudoir de la Comp des Ind. Occ. du coté du Tai, à Amsterdam

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Balthasar Friedrich Leizelt (1750 – 1800)
Vuë de la Tour de Mont Alban & de l’Echaudoir de la Comp (c. 1780)
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Balthasar Friedrich Leizelt was a German engraver from Augsburg. He made many optica prints. These 18th-century prints were meant to be viewed in a viewing box or with the help of an optics mirror. Optica prints show the representation in mirror image and can be recognized by their inscription in mirror image.

  • Image: The Oudeschans, seen from the Frogbill Lock in a southwesterly direction to the Montelbaan Tower and Zuiderkerk Tower. On the right, the West India Warehouse on the ‘s-Gravenhekje
  • year: ca. 1780
  • quality: moderate, brown spots in lower margin with title
  • signed: printed in plate
  • image dimensions: 41 cm x 31.6 cm | 16.1 x 12.4 in (h x w)
Period

18th century

Technique

copper engraving

Framed

No

Quality

moderate

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