After Frans van der Meulen
Beautiful and large proof in all margins, usual median fold, slight yellowing on the outer edges.
Le Blanc : 20
Adam Frans Van der Meulen (Brussels 1632 - Paris 1690) was a pupil in Brussels of Peeter Snayers. Mastering the art of representing horses and landscapes, he was called to Paris by Charles Le Brun, first painter to King Louis XIV and director of the Manufacture des Gobelins. Specializing in battle and hunting painting, he came to reinforce in 1665, the group of artists responsible for immortalizing the image of the king and was retired from 1667. He accompanied Louis XIV on all his travels, his residences and the even followed on the battlefield.
He brought to Paris, the engraver Adriaen Frans Boudewyns who became one of his favorite interpreters.
This one work forming one of the plates known as the : “King's Cabinet”.
VEUE DU CHASTEAU DE VERSAILLES DU COSTE DE L'ORANGERIE ( SIC )
- Author : BAUDUINS ANTOINE-FRANCOIS (1640 1700)
- Technic: Eau-forte
- Width : 775.00
- Height : 520.00
- Leaf width : 870.00
- Leaf height : 625.00
- Availability: In Stock