17TH CENTURY ARCHITECTURAL FOUNTAIN ENGRAVING
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17TH Century Circa 1664 Architectural Fountain Engraving. Published in Nuremberg, Germany in 1664 by Paul Furst. This original engraving is from the work by George Andreas Bockler (1648-1685) titled "Architectura Curiosa Nova". This is a comprehensive 17TH Century Overview of Fountains in Europe. It sgows many examples of fountains and the differing effects that can be created by the flow of water through them. This 7 1/2" wide 11" engraving is on "soft white, chain-lined paper" that is in Excellent Crisp Condition for a work of art that is now almost 350 years of age and there is no foxing. The last owner had this engraving professionally framed under glass with a double mat which compliments it very nicely. Carved Dark Wood Frame measures 15" X 18 1/4". A decorative dream that would fit in almost any kind of setting.
- Columbia, Maryland
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- Fine Art
- Type / Pattern
- ARCHITECTURA CURIOSA NOVA
- PAUL FURST
- C. 1664
- Width: 15 inches
- Height: 18.25 inches
- Depth: 0 inch
- Weight: 0 pound
- FOUNTAIN ENGRAVING
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