Image courtesy of the Metropolitan Museum of Arts | Licence: CC0 1.0
Image courtesy of the Metropolitan Museum of Arts | Licence: CC0 1.0

' ’De Koninginne Tuin met 't Groene Kabinet , en de Oranjerie, van Achteren gezien", in: Tooneel Der Voornaamste Nederlands Huizen, En Lust Hoven, Naar T Leven Afgebeeld

Undated

Publisher: Carel Allard

From the collection

Title

' ’De Koninginne Tuin met 't Groene Kabinet , en de Oranjerie, van Achteren gezien", in: Tooneel Der Voornaamste Nederlands Huizen, En Lust Hoven, Naar T Leven Afgebeeld

Date

Undated

Artist

Publisher: Carel Allard

Description

Depiction of the Queen's Garden at the Loo Palace with overgrown walkways and the Orangery seen from the back of the garden. Part of a series of country estates and pleasure palaces of the Netherlands published by Carel Allard at the end of the seventeenth or very beginning of the eighteenth century. Medium: colour engraving (à la poupée).
Additional Makers: Engraver - Lorenz Scherm (active 1619-1707)
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Location

Paleis Het Loo, Koninklijk Park, Apeldoorn, Netherlands

Country

Continent

Location Accuracy

Pinpoint

Medium

Credits

Image Credit

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