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    Dahlberg, Erik Dahlberg, Erik - 1075 Description: The building named the Orangery at the Karlberg garden, where during the winter a se.. Product #: dahlberg-1075 Regular price: $195.00 $195.00 In Stock

    Erik Dahlberg - Orangery at the Karlberg Garden

    Product Code: dahlberg-1075
    Availability: In Stock
    Weight: 0.00lb
    Dimensions: 0.00in x 18.50in x 14.38in

    Price: $195.00

    • Description: The building named the Orangery at the Karlberg garden, where during the winter a selection of rare flowers and other species from countries afar are kept. Paths in the garden at Karlberg
    • Author: Erik Dahlberg
    • Date: 1660-1716
    • Condition of Plate: Excellent. There is a 1" closed tear that extends upwards from the bottom margin and ends ~ 1/2" from the bottom left corner plate mark.
    • Condition of Work: Excellent. The image areas of these prints are generally in excellent condition with only minor blemishes. The margins exhibit some light to moderate toning, foxing, and/or smudging, which can, in most cases be easily matted out.
    • Paper Size: 18 1/2″ by 14 3/8″
    • Image Size: 13 5/8″ by 11 1/8″

    Erik Dahlberg’s Suecia Antiqua et Hodernia

    These detailed engravings are from the historic work Suecia Antiqua et Hodierna. In 1660, Erik Dahlberg, the most important figure in creating the work, began the momentous work after studying the fundamentals in draughtsmanship for several years. Shortly thereafter, he was awarded “royal privilege for his planned work on Sweden and its provinces.” On and off for the next 43 years of his life were spent illustrating and overseeing the creation of this comprehensive work. In addition to Dahlberg, there were many copper-engravers whose talents were employed including Jean Le Pautre, Jean Marot, Nicolas and Adam Perelle and F. Champion. Dahlberg's death in 1703 still did not see the finished product. In 1716, “The literary, scientific and cultural magnum opus, Suecia antiqua et hodierna ... a work of distinction from Sweden’s period as a great power,” was finally published. The informative illustrations of cities and important landmarks contained in this epic publication have allowed a window into the past of Sweden. They are on fine chain-linked, water-marked paper that measures ~ 18 1/2″ by 14 3/8″.

    For in-depth detail about this work, please see the Suecia Antiqua et Hodierna Project by the National Library of Sweden, from which all information was collected for this description.


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