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Cornelis Vermeulen (c.1644-1709) - 19th Century Engraving, Dominus Borcht



A finely detailed 19th Century copper engraving by the Flemish engraver Cornelis Martinus Vermeulen (c.1644-1708), after a painting by Anthony van Dyke in the Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam. A particularly crisp later impression, the original print is dated 1703, and depicts a standing portrait of Dominus Nicolaus van der Borcht in a splendid ruff, standing on a terrace and pointing to a small fleet of ships on the seas behind. Unsigned dated and inscribed. On wove.


The condition is typical for a picture of this age including some discolouration and surface dirt. There are two 2cm tears to the lower right corner, at each edge. The right plate line has been cropped away. Creasing to the corners and edges. The main area of the print is in good condition overall.


48 x 33.8cm (18.9" x 13.3")
Sheet: 59.3 x 40.5cm (23.3" x 15.9")

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Code pq954
Artist Cornelis Vermeulen (c.1644-1709)
Date 19th Century
Dimensions 48 x 33.8cm
Medium Engraving
Style Realism
Subject Portrait
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