Maker: Erik Dahlbergh
Antique print showing two views of an estate in Sweden by Dahlbergh, c. 1707, from "Suecia Antiqua et Hodierna." Gieddeholm or GÃ¤ddeholm is now known as Thureholm and is outside Trosa in SÃ¶dermanland County south-west of Stockholm. The upper image is the estate from the south and the lower image is from the north. Each image includes a beautifully detailed scene with the surroundings and figures in the foreground. "Suecia Antiqua et Hodierna" can be described as a grand vision of Sweden during its period as a great power. Dahlberg's direct source of inspiration was the topographical publications issued by the Swiss publisher MatthÃ¤us Merian. In 1661 Dahlberg was granted a royal privilege enabling him to realize his plans, which kept him occupied for a good decade, and a work that would not be printed until after his death. In its final state Suecia Antiqua et Hodierna comprised three volumes containing 353 plates. Engraved by Aveelen. Visible plate mark. Very good antique condition with some signs of age- minor spots/stains mostly in the margins and some wrinkling at the bottom edge. Measures approx. 12 x 15.75 to the page edges. Could be hand colored by our professional colorist for an additional cost.
Item Number: PRN042