Cornelis Van Dalen, Six Classical 17th-Century Engravings

Cornelis Van Dalen, Six Classical 17th-Century Engravings

A set of six classical 17th-century engravings depicting Roman statues, which were engraved by Cornelis Van Dalen (c. 1602-1665) after Francois Perrier (1590-1650). This particular set dates to 1660 when they were reprinted in Amsterdam by Nicolaes Visscher (1618-1679).

All six are housed in identical contemporary frames as shown on the first example.

Medium: Engravings on paper
Overall size: 11” x 15” / 28cm x 39cm
Year of creation: 1660
Condition: Overall very presentable. A little discolouration due to age.

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