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copperplate engraver, Mezzotintokünstler, Etcher, b. 1660 - d. 1713

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        • P. SCHENK (1660-1718), Galatea in landscape, after Virgil, Mezzotint
          May. 25, 2024

          P. SCHENK (1660-1718), Galatea in landscape, after Virgil, Mezzotint

          Est: €120 - €200

          Pieter Schenk (1660 Elberfeld - 1718 Amsterdam): Galatea in Arcadian River Landscape, after Virgil, 18th century, Mezzotint Technique: Mezzotint on Paper Inscription: Inscribed at the bottom of the printing plate with a quotation from Vergil's 3rd Eclogue. Signed below in the printing plate. Date: 18th century Description: Peter Schenk the Elder was a German engraver and cartographer from Elberfeld, now part of Wuppertal. Around 1684 he moved to Amsterdam and became a pupil of Gerard Valck, specialising in mezzotint; he travelled to Leipzig and Berlin. Until his death in 1718/19 he published numerous maps and pictures. Keywords: before 18th century, Baroque, Landscape, Netherlands, Size: Paper: 19,2 cm x 27,8 cm (7,6 x 10,9 in), Plate: 16,5 cm x 19,7 cm (6,5 x 7,8 in)

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        • P. SCHENK (1660-1718), The lovesickness of Gallus, after Virgil, Mezzotint
          May. 25, 2024

          P. SCHENK (1660-1718), The lovesickness of Gallus, after Virgil, Mezzotint

          Est: €120 - €200

          Pieter Schenk (1660 Elberfeld - 1718 Amsterdam): Arcadian Landscape, Love Suffering of Gallus, after Virgil, 18th century, Mezzotint Technique: Mezzotint on Paper Inscription: Inscribed at the bottom of the printing plate with a quotation from Virgil's 10th Eclogue. Signed below in the printing plate. Date: 18th century Description: Peter Schenk the Elder was a German engraver and cartographer from Elberfeld, now part of Wuppertal. Around 1684 he moved to Amsterdam and became a pupil of Gerard Valck, specialising in mezzotint; he travelled to Leipzig and Berlin. Until his death in 1718/19 he published numerous maps and pictures. Keywords: before 18th century, Baroque, Landscape, Netherlands, Size: Paper: 19,2 cm x 27,8 cm (7,6 x 10,9 in), Plate: 16,5 cm x 19,7 cm (6,5 x 7,8 in)

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        • P. SCHENK (1660-1718), Landscape with altar, after Virgil, Mezzotint
          May. 25, 2024

          P. SCHENK (1660-1718), Landscape with altar, after Virgil, Mezzotint

          Est: €120 - €200

          Pieter Schenk (1660 Elberfeld - 1718 Amsterdam): Arcadian Landscape with Ancient Altar of Sacrifice and Supplicating Priap, after Virgil, 18th century, Mezzotint Technique: Mezzotint on Paper, mounted on Paper Inscription: Inscribed at the bottom of the printing plate with a quotation from Virgil's 7th Eclogue. Signed below in the printing plate. Date: 18th century Description: Peter Schenk the Elder was a German engraver and cartographer from Elberfeld, now part of Wuppertal. Around 1684 he moved to Amsterdam and became a pupil of Gerard Valck, specialising in mezzotint; he travelled to Leipzig and Berlin. Until his death in 1718/19 he published numerous maps and pictures. Keywords: before 18th century, Baroque, Landscape, Netherlands, Size: Paper: 16,2 cm x 18,9 cm (6,4 x 7,4 in)

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        • P. SCHENK (1660-1718), Landscape with Alexis, after Virgil, Mezzotint
          May. 25, 2024

          P. SCHENK (1660-1718), Landscape with Alexis, after Virgil, Mezzotint

          Est: €120 - €200

          Pieter Schenk (1660 Elberfeld - 1718 Amsterdam): Arcadian Landscape with Shepherd Alexis, after Virgil, 18th century, Mezzotint Technique: Mezzotint on Paper Inscription: Inscribed at the bottom of the printing plate with a quotation from Vergil's 2nd Eclogue. Signed below in the printing plate. Date: 18th century Description: Peter Schenk the Elder was a German engraver and cartographer from Elberfeld, now part of Wuppertal. Around 1684 he moved to Amsterdam and became a pupil of Gerard Valck, specialising in mezzotint; he travelled to Leipzig and Berlin. Until his death in 1718/19 he published numerous maps and pictures. Keywords: before 18th century, Baroque, Landscape, Netherlands, Size: Paper: 19,2 cm x 27,8 cm (7,6 x 10,9 in), Plate: 16,4 cm x 19,5 cm (6,5 x 7,7 in)

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        • P. SCHENK (1660-1718), Landscape with Galatea, after Virgil, Mezzotint
          May. 25, 2024

          P. SCHENK (1660-1718), Landscape with Galatea, after Virgil, Mezzotint

          Est: €120 - €200

          Pieter Schenk (1660 Elberfeld - 1718 Amsterdam): Arcadian Landscape with Nereid or Nymph Galatea, after Virgil, 18th century, Mezzotint Technique: Mezzotint on Paper Inscription: Inscribed at the bottom of the printing plate with a quotation from Vergil's 9th Eclogue. Signed below in the printing plate. Date: 18th century Description: Peter Schenk the Elder was a German engraver and cartographer from Elberfeld, now part of Wuppertal. Around 1684 he moved to Amsterdam and became a pupil of Gerard Valck, specialising in mezzotint; he travelled to Leipzig and Berlin. Until his death in 1718/19 he published numerous maps and pictures. Keywords: before 18th century, Baroque, Landscape, Netherlands, Size: Paper: 19,2 cm x 27,8 cm (7,6 x 10,9 in), Plate: 16,3 cm x 19,7 cm (6,4 x 7,8 in)

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        • P. SCHENK (1660-1718), Arcadian landscape after Virgil, Mezzotint
          May. 25, 2024

          P. SCHENK (1660-1718), Arcadian landscape after Virgil, Mezzotint

          Est: €120 - €200

          Pieter Schenk (1660 Elberfeld - 1718 Amsterdam): Arcadian Landscape with Resting Couple, after Virgil, 17th century, Mezzotint Technique: Mezzotint on Paper Inscription: Inscribed at the bottom of the printing plate with a quotation from Vergil's 1st Eclogue. Signed below in the printing plate. Date: 17th century Keywords: before 18th century, Baroque, Landscape, Netherlands, Size: Paper: 19,2 cm x 27,8 cm (7,6 x 10,9 in), Plate: 16,5 cm x 19,7 cm (6,5 x 7,8 in)

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        • Schenk, Petrus (1660-1713). (Nine episodes from the War of the Spanish Succession).
          May. 17, 2024

          Schenk, Petrus (1660-1713). (Nine episodes from the War of the Spanish Succession).

          Est: €70 - €90

          Schenk, Petrus (1660-1713). (Nine episodes from the War of the Spanish Succession). Large engraving consisting of 9 separate images, each w. Dutch and Latin caption below, printed in red, 47x54 cm., Amst., P. Schenk, 1709. - Sm. tear on lower middle fold (closed on verso); sm. hole in upper blank margin. = First leaf from the first ed. of Schenk's rare Schouwburg van den Oorlog/ Theatrum bellicum, published between 1709 and 1727. The work illustrates the military history of the War of the Spanish succession, with this leaf showing i.a. the acceptance of the Spanish crown by the Duke of Anjou, his entry into Madrid and the armed encounter between French and German troops at Chiara in July 1701. F.M. 3031 ("Allen ongenommerd en behalve de laatste in rood gedrukt."); cf. Koeman, Sche 6-7.

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        • Schenk, Pieter d.Ä.
          May. 04, 2024

          Schenk, Pieter d.Ä.

          Est: €80 - €120

          (1660 Elberfeld - Leipzig 1711). 3 Bll. Radierungen zu Ovid, Metamorphosen. Auf Papier mont. - Syrinx. - Cadmus. - Sepulchrum. D

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        • PETER SCHENK & GERARD VALCK
          Mar. 09, 2024

          PETER SCHENK & GERARD VALCK

          Est: €120 - €240

          PETER SCHENK & GERARD VALCK 1660 Elberfeld - 1711 Leipzig / 1652 Amsterdam - 1726 ebd. 'COMITIATUS MARCHIA ET RAVENSBERG' Engraving, colored, on paper, with center fold. Print size 38.5 x 50.5 cm (f. 61 x 72.5 x 1.5 cm). Inscribed in the image legends. Browned, stained. Framed in a passe-partout and behind glass (unopened). PETER SCHENK & GERARD VALCK 1660 Elberfeld - 1711 Leipzig 'COMITIATUS MARCHIA ET RAVENSBERG' Kupferstich, koloriert, auf Papier, mit Mittelfalz. DM 38,5 x 50,5 cm (R. 61 x 72,5 x 1,5 cm). In den Bildlegenden bez. Gebräunt, fleckig. In ein Passepartout und hinter Glas gerahmt (ungeöffnet).

          Hargesheimer Kunstauktionen Düsseldorf
        • PETER SCHENK & GERARD VALCK
          Mar. 09, 2024

          PETER SCHENK & GERARD VALCK

          Est: €120 - €240

          PETER SCHENK & GERARD VALCK 1660 Elberfeld - 1711 Leipzig / 1652 Amsterdam - 1726 ibid. 'COMITATUS MARCHIA ET RAVENSBERG' Engraving, colored, on paper, with center fold. Print size 38.5 x 50.5 cm (f. 54.5 x 64.5 x 3 cm). Inscribed in the image legends; Verso Latin text. Browned, stained, part. damaged. Framed behind glass (unopened). PETER SCHENK & GERARD VALCK 1660 Elberfeld - 1711 Leipzig 'COMITATUS MARCHIA ET RAVENSBERG' Kupferstich, koloriert, auf Papier, mit Mittelfalz. DM 38,5 x 50,5 cm (R. 54,5 x 64,5 x 3 cm). In den Bildlegenden bez.; verso lat. Text. Gebräunt, fleckig, part. besch. Hinter Glas gerahmt (ungeöffnet).

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        • P. SCHENK (1660-1718), Vignette, Hypolite's story, 1786, Etching
          Feb. 24, 2024

          P. SCHENK (1660-1718), Vignette, Hypolite's story, 1786, Etching

          Est: €45 - €75

          Pieter Schenk (1660 Elberfeld - 1718 Amsterdam): Vignette, History of Hypolite, Count of Duglas, 1786, Etching Technique: Etching on Laid paper, mounted on Laid paper Inscription: Titled at the top of the image in a cartouche held by two putti, signed at the bottom right "J. Karrewün fecit. Date: 1786 Description: Title page to the tale "Histoire d'Hypolite, comte de Duglas", by Madame Marie-Catherine d'Aulnoy. Peter Schenk the Elder was a German engraver and cartographer from Elberfeld, now part of Wuppertal. Around 1684 he moved to Amsterdam and became a pupil of Gerard Valck, specialising in mezzotint; he travelled to Leipzig and Berlin. Until his death in 1718/19 he published numerous maps and pictures. Keywords: 18th century, Figurative, Costumes, France,

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        • P. SCHENK (1660-1718), Fortress plan, Bergen, around 1712, Copper engraving
          Feb. 24, 2024

          P. SCHENK (1660-1718), Fortress plan, Bergen, around 1712, Copper engraving

          Est: €75 - €125

          Pieter Schenk (1660 Elberfeld - 1718 Amsterdam): Fortification plan, "Bergen", Mons, Belgium, c. 1712, Copper engraving Technique: Copper engraving on Laid paper Inscription: Inscribed below the image in Dutch and Latin: Bergen, in Henegouw aan de Trouille, tusschen Brussel en Valencyn: onder de Fransche geraakt, 1691". Signed in the plate and with indication of place: "Pet. Schenk exc. Amst C. P." Date: c. 1712 Description: Copper engraving in red. From: Frederik den Femtes Atlas, vol. 12, tvl. 57. View of Bergen; bird's eye view of the fortress. Keywords: 18th century, Baroque, Maps, Belgium,

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        • P. SCHENK (1660-1718), Plan of Lille Citadel, city fortifications, 1712, Copper engraving
          Feb. 24, 2024

          P. SCHENK (1660-1718), Plan of Lille Citadel, city fortifications, 1712, Copper engraving

          Est: €300 - €400

          Pieter Schenk (1660 Elberfeld - 1718 Amsterdam): Copper engraving plan Citadelle Lille, Citadelle de Lille, pentagon, military map, 1712, Copper engraving Technique: Copper engraving on Laid paper Inscription: The copper engraving was produced in red colour, which was used only rarely and for special occasions, especially in the 18th century. Inscribed in Dutch and Latin below the image. Signed in the plate and with an indication of the place: "Pet. Schenk exc. Amst C. P.". Date: 1712 Description: From: Schouwburgh van den oorlog, beginnende van Koning Karel II. tot op Koning Karel III. Peter Schenk the Elder was a German engraver and cartographer from Elberfeld, now part of Wuppertal. Around 1684 he moved to Amsterdam and became a pupil of Gerard Valck, specialising in mezzotint; he travelled to Leipzig and Berlin. Until his death in 1718/19 he published numerous maps and pictures. Source: Schouwburgh van den oorlog, beginnende van Koning Karel II. tot op Koning Karel III., um 1700-1720 | Book, Genre, Science Keywords: 18th century, Baroque, Cities, France,

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        • P. SCHENK (1660-1718), Map of Huy on the Meuse, fortification plan, around 1706, Copper engraving
          Feb. 24, 2024

          P. SCHENK (1660-1718), Map of Huy on the Meuse, fortification plan, around 1706, Copper engraving

          Est: €300 - €400

          Pieter Schenk (1660 Elberfeld - 1718 Amsterdam): Map of Huy on the Meuse with fortifications, Province of Liège, c. 1706, Copper engraving Technique: Copper engraving on Laid paper Inscription: The copper engraving was produced in red colour, which was used only rarely and for special occasions, especially in the 18th century. Inscribed in Dutch and Latin below the image. Signed in the plate and with an indication of the place: "Pet. Schenk exc. Amst C. P.". Date: c. 1706 Description: From: "Schouwburg van den oorlog beginnende van koning Karel den II tot op koning Karel den III ... = Theatrum bellicum incipiens a Carolo II hispaniarum rege ad Carolum III". Peter Schenk the Elder was a German engraver and cartographer from Elberfeld, now Wuppertal. Around 1684 he moved to Amsterdam and became a pupil of Gerard Valck, specialising in mezzotint; he travelled to Leipzig and Berlin. Until his death in 1718/19 he published numerous maps and pictures. Keywords: 18th century, Baroque, Cities, Belgium,

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        • P. SCHENK (1660-1718), Map of Menen, city fortifications, West Flanders, around 1710, Copper engravi
          Feb. 24, 2024

          P. SCHENK (1660-1718), Map of Menen, city fortifications, West Flanders, around 1710, Copper engravi

          Est: €300 - €400

          Pieter Schenk (1660 Elberfeld - 1718 Amsterdam): Map of Menen with fortification plan, fortification, West Flanders, c. 1710, Copper engraving Technique: Copper engraving on Laid paper Inscription: The copper engraving was produced in red colour, which was used only rarely and for special occasions, especially in the 18th century. Inscribed below the image in Dutch and Latin: "Meenen, leggende in Wals Vlaanderen aen de Lisse...". Signed and inscribed in the plate: "Pet. Schenk exc. Amst C. P.". Date: c. 1710 Description: Peter Schenk the Elder was a German engraver and cartographer from Elberfeld, now part of Wuppertal. Around 1684 he moved to Amsterdam and became a pupil of Gerard Valck, specialising in mezzotint; he travelled to Leipzig and Berlin. Until his death in 1718/19 he published numerous maps and pictures. Keywords: 18th century, Baroque, Cities, Belgium,

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        • Pieter Schenck, Kupferstichkarte Sachsen
          Feb. 24, 2024

          Pieter Schenck, Kupferstichkarte Sachsen

          Est: -

          Pieter Schenck, Kupferstichkarte Sachsen unten links Wappen und Reiterszene, über der Karte bezeichnet "Saxoniae Electoralis, Finitimarumq Provinciarum nova... sculpta a Petro Schenckio...", Darstellung des Gebiets zwischen Berlin im Norden, Legnica im Osten, Bayreuth im Süden und Kassel im Westen, teilkolorierter Kupferstich, um 1710, mittig übliche Bugfalte, Kolorit etwas auslaufend, gering fleckig, unter Passepartout und hinter Glas gerahmt, Darstellungsmaße ca. 48,5 x 59 cm. Künstlerinfo: genannt Schenk der Ältere, auch Peter, Perto oder Petrus Schenck, dt.-holländ. Kupferstecher, früher Mezzotintokünstler, Kartograph und Verleger (1660 bzw. 1661 Elberfeld bis 1711 Leipzig oder 1718 Amsterdam), Schüler von Gerard Valck in Amsterdam, heiratete 1687 dessen Tochter (oder Schwester?) Agatha, ab 1683/84 zunächst Mitinhaber, später alleiniger Inhaber des Kunstverlags von J. Jansen, um 1700 Übersiedlung nach Leipzig und als Globen-, Karten- und Bilderhändler tätig, Hofgraveur August des Starken von Sachsen-Polen, ab 1702 Herausgabe der „Hekatompolis“ (Sammlung von Stadtplänen und Veduten, unter anderem Ansichten von Dresden, Leipzig, Merseburg und Weißenfels), 1711 kurz vor seinem Tod Aufnahme der Geschäftsbeziehungen mit Adam Friedrich Zürner, welche Schecks Sohn Peter Schenk der Jüngere (1693–1775) fortsetzte und ausbaute, unternahm zahlreiche Deutschlandreisen, unter anderem zur Leipziger Messe und an den Berliner Hof, tätig in Amsterdam und Leipzig, Quelle: Thieme-Becker, Wikipedia und Internet. Pieter Schenck, copper engraving map of Saxony coat of arms and equestrian scene at lower left, labelled above the map "Saxoniae Electoralis, Finitimarumq Provinciarum nova... sculpta a Petro Schenckio...", depicting the area between Berlin in the north, Legnica in the east, Bayreuth in the south and Kassel in the west, partly coloured copper engraving, c. 1710, usual centrefold, colour fading somewhat, slightly stained, matted and framed behind glass, dimensions c. 48.5 x 59 cm. Artist information: called Schenk the Elder, also Peter, Perto or Petrus Schenck, German-Dutch engraver.Dutch engraver, early mezzotint artist, cartographer and publisher (1660 or 1661 Elberfeld to 1711 Leipzig or 1718 Amsterdam), pupil of Gerard Valck in Amsterdam, married his daughter (or sister?) Agatha in 1687, from 1683/84 initially co-owner, later sole owner of the art publishing house of J. Jansen, moved to Leipzig around 1700 and worked as a globe, map and picture dealer, court engraver to Augustus the Strong of Saxony-Poland, from 1702 published the "Hekatompolis" (collection of city plans and vedute, including views of Dresden, Leipzig, Merseburg and Weißenfels), In 1711, shortly before his death, began business relations with Adam Friedrich Zürner, which Scheck's son Peter Schenk the Younger (1693-1775) continued and expanded, travelled extensively in Germany, including to the Leipzig trade fair and the Berlin court, active in Amsterdam and Leipzig, source: Thieme-Becker, Wikipedia and Internet.

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        • P. SCHENK (1660-1718), Zaragoza 1707, War of the Spanish Succession, around 1720, Etching
          Feb. 10, 2024

          P. SCHENK (1660-1718), Zaragoza 1707, War of the Spanish Succession, around 1720, Etching

          Est: €120 - €200

          Pieter Schenk (1660 Elberfeld - 1718 Amsterdam): War of the Spanish Succession, Theatres of War, Zaragoza 19 May 1707, c. 1720, Etching Technique: Etching on Laid paper Inscription: Inscribed below the image in Dutch and Latin: "Den 19. May 1707 wert Zarragozza, de hooft stad van Aragon en vervolgens dat geheele koninkryk onder de devotie van koning Philippus V gebracht.". Signed in the centre below the image "P. Schenk exc. Amst. C. P.". Original work: "Schouwburg van den oorlog, beginnende van koning Karel den II. tot op Koning Karel den III" (Amsterdam : Schenk, first 1706) Peter Schenk the Elder was a German engraver and cartographer from Elberfeld, now part of Wuppertal. Around 1684 he moved to Amsterdam and became a pupil of Gerard Valck, specialising in mezzotint; he travelled to Leipzig and Berlin. Until his death in 1718/19 he published numerous maps and pictures. Please also note our other works in the Peter Schenk series. Date: c. 1720 Keywords: 18th century, Baroque, Military, Spain,

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        • P. SCHENK (1660-1718), War of the Spanish Succession, 1701, around 1720, Etching
          Feb. 10, 2024

          P. SCHENK (1660-1718), War of the Spanish Succession, 1701, around 1720, Etching

          Est: €120 - €200

          Pieter Schenk (1660 Elberfeld - 1718 Amsterdam): War of the Spanish Succession in 1701, crossing the Alps, c. 1720, Etching Technique: Etching on Laid paper Inscription: Inscribed in Dutch and Latin below the image. Signed in the centre below the depiction "P. Schenk exc. Amst. C. P.". Original work: "Schouwburg van den oorlog, beginnende van koning Karel den II. tot op Koning Karel den III" (Amsterdam : Schenk, first 1706). Peter Schenk the Elder was a German engraver and cartographer from Elberfeld, now part of Wuppertal. Around 1684 he moved to Amsterdam and became a pupil of Gerard Valck, specialising in mezzotint; he travelled to Leipzig and Berlin. Until his death in 1718/19 he published numerous maps and pictures. Please also note our other works in the Peter Schenk series. Date: c. 1720 Description: The depiction shows the imperial troops at the beginning of the War of the Spanish Succession in the spring of 1701 with heavy equipment crossing the Alps, with Prince Eugene bypassing the French standing in the Adige plain on the eastern flank. Above right, Prince Eugene of Savoy observing the action. Keywords: 18th century, Baroque, Military, Italy,

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        • P. SCHENK (1660-1718), Capture of the mountain fortress of Exilles, 1708, 1712, Etching
          Feb. 10, 2024

          P. SCHENK (1660-1718), Capture of the mountain fortress of Exilles, 1708, 1712, Etching

          Est: €120 - €200

          Pieter Schenk (1660 Elberfeld - 1718 Amsterdam): Capture of the mountain fortress of Exilles in 1708, 1712, Etching Technique: Etching on Laid paper Inscription: Inscribed in Dutch and Latin below the image. Signed in the centre below the depiction "P. Schenk exc. Amst. C. P.". Original work: "Schouwburg van den oorlog, beginnende van koning Karel den II. tot op Koning Karel den III" (Amsterdam : Schenk, first 1706). Peter Schenk the Elder was a German engraver and cartographer from Elberfeld, now part of Wuppertal. Around 1684 he moved to Amsterdam and became a pupil of Gerard Valck, specialising in mezzotint; he travelled to Leipzig and Berlin. Until his death in 1718/19 he published numerous maps and pictures. Please also note our other works in the Peter Schenk series. Date: 1712 Description: Map of the border region from Piedmont to the French Dauphiné; at the lower margin pictorial representation of the battle tumult during the capture of the mountain fortress of Exilles in 1708. Keywords: 18th century, Baroque, Military, Italy,

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        • P. SCHENK (1660-1718), Louis XV, Journey to Paris 1701, around 1730, Copper engraving
          Feb. 10, 2024

          P. SCHENK (1660-1718), Louis XV, Journey to Paris 1701, around 1730, Copper engraving

          Est: €120 - €200

          Pieter Schenk (1660 Elberfeld - 1718 Amsterdam): Louis XV, Duke of Anjou, Journey to Paris on 4 December 1701, c. 1730, Copper engraving Technique: Copper engraving on Laid paper Inscription: Inscribed in Dutch and Latin below the image. Signed in the centre below the image "P. Schenk exc. Amst C. P.". Peter Schenk the Elder was a German engraver and cartographer from Elberfeld, today part of Wuppertal. Around 1684 he moved to Amsterdam and became a pupil of Gerard Valck, specialising in mezzotint; he travelled to Leipzig and Berlin. Until his death in 1718/19 he published numerous maps and pictures. Please also note our other works in the Peter Schenk series. Date: c. 1730 Description: Copper engraving in red Keywords: 18th century, Baroque, Landscape, France,

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        • P. SCHENK (1660-1718), Battle of Bouchain 12/09/1711, around 1730, Copper engraving
          Feb. 10, 2024

          P. SCHENK (1660-1718), Battle of Bouchain 12/09/1711, around 1730, Copper engraving

          Est: €120 - €200

          Pieter Schenk (1660 Elberfeld - 1718 Amsterdam): Map of the Battle of Bouchain 12 September 1711, Siege of Bouchain, c. 1730, Copper engraving Technique: Copper engraving on Laid paper Date: c. 1730 Description: Excellent depiction in the lower right of a French flag bearer leading the soldiers behind him and encouraging them to attack. Inscribed in Dutch and Latin. Signed in the centre below the depiction "P. Schenk exc. Amst C. Pr.". Amsterdam c. 1730. Peter Schenk the Elder was a German engraver and cartographer from Elberfeld, today part of Wuppertal. Around 1684 he moved to Amsterdam and became a pupil of Gerard Valck, specialised in mezzotint; he travelled to Leipzig and Berlin. Until his death in 1718/19 he published numerous maps and pictures. Please also note our other works in the Peter Schenk series. Keywords: 18th century, Baroque, Military, France,

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        • Caroli III Hispaniarum Regis
          Jan. 24, 2024

          Caroli III Hispaniarum Regis

          Est: -

          ...salutantibus illum et Hispaniarum Regem agnoscentibus legatis Venetiarum et Genuae" Copper engraving, with text at the bottom.

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        • P SCHENK (1660-1778), Portrait of Johann Doläus, Mezzotint Baroque 1700-1749
          Jan. 20, 2024

          P SCHENK (1660-1778), Portrait of Johann Doläus, Mezzotint Baroque 1700-1749

          Est: €300 - €400

          Peter Schenk (1660 Elberfeld - around 1778 Amsterdam): Portrait of Johann Dolaeus, kneeling with Allonge wig, en face, in front of a library wall, 18th century, Mezzotint Technique: Mezzotint on Paper, mounted on Paper Inscription: lower left signed in the printing plate: "Pet. Schenk fec. et Exc: Amstelod:". Lower middle inscribed in the printing plate: "JOHANNES DOLAEUS.M.D.". Lower right numbered on the support: "52". Date: 18th century Person: Johann Doläus (1651 Hofgeismar - 1707 Kassel) Keywords: Gentleman's portrait; Interior; Physician; Hesse; Interlector; Bookcase; Mezzotint, 18th century, Baroque, Portraits, Germany,

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        • P. SCHENK (1660-1718), Confession in the dungeon, Mezzotint
          Jan. 20, 2024

          P. SCHENK (1660-1718), Confession in the dungeon, Mezzotint

          Est: €450 - €600

          Pieter Schenk (1660 Elberfeld - 1718 Amsterdam): Confession in the dungeon Convict in front of the seated monk, , Mezzotint Technique: Mezzotint on Paper Inscription: lower left monogrammed: "P. S.". Date: Description: Powerful mezzotint of a dungeon scene. The inmate of the cell, shackled in chains, confesses on his knees to a seated clergyman. Keywords: monk, confession, clergyman, dungeon, cell, judgement, mercy, forgiveness, sins, 17th century, Rococo, Religious, Netherlands,

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        • P. SCHENK (1660-1718), Galant scene in the interior, Mezzotint
          Jan. 20, 2024

          P. SCHENK (1660-1718), Galant scene in the interior, Mezzotint

          Est: €450 - €600

          Pieter Schenk (1660 Elberfeld - 1718 Amsterdam): Gallant scene in the interior Young man undresses a young woman, , Mezzotint Technique: Mezzotint on Paper Inscription: Lower right signed in the printing plate: "Schenck exc cum Privil.". Date: Description: Gallant scene of a young man kneeling at the chair of a girl of questionable morals with her breast exposed. Keywords: Eroticism, Youth, Pleasure, Fashion, Interior, 17th century, Rococo, Eroticism, Netherlands,

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        • Adam Friedrich Zurner (German 1679 - 1742) and Peter Schenk (German 1660 - 1711), "Americae tam Septentionalis quam Meridionalis in Mappa Geographica Delineato", circa 1709, Hand colored map engraving, 20" x 24", Cond...
          Jan. 01, 2024

          Adam Friedrich Zurner (German 1679 - 1742) and Peter Schenk (German 1660 - 1711), "Americae tam Septentionalis quam Meridionalis in Mappa Geographica Delineato", circa 1709, Hand colored map engraving, 20" x 24", Cond...

          Est: $500 - $1,000

          Adam Friedrich Zurner (German 1679 - 1742) and Peter Schenk (German 1660 - 1711) "Americae tam Septentionalis quam Meridionalis in Mappa Geographica Delineato", circa 1709 Hand colored map engraving 20" x 24" Condition: aging, undulation, center folds, some fading

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        • P. SCHENK (1660-1718), Galatea in landscape, after Virgil, Mezzotint
          Dec. 30, 2023

          P. SCHENK (1660-1718), Galatea in landscape, after Virgil, Mezzotint

          Est: €120 - €200

          Pieter Schenk (1660 Elberfeld - 1718 Amsterdam): Galatea in Arcadian River Landscape, after Virgil, 18th century, Mezzotint Technique: Mezzotint on Paper Inscription: Inscribed at the bottom of the printing plate with a quotation from Vergil's 3rd Eclogue. Signed below in the printing plate. Date: 18th century Description: Peter Schenk the Elder was a German engraver and cartographer from Elberfeld, now part of Wuppertal. Around 1684 he moved to Amsterdam and became a pupil of Gerard Valck, specialising in mezzotint; he travelled to Leipzig and Berlin. Until his death in 1718/19 he published numerous maps and pictures. Keywords: before 18th century, Baroque, Landscape, Netherlands,

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        • P. SCHENK (1660-1718), The lovesickness of Gallus, after Virgil, Mezzotint
          Dec. 30, 2023

          P. SCHENK (1660-1718), The lovesickness of Gallus, after Virgil, Mezzotint

          Est: €120 - €200

          Pieter Schenk (1660 Elberfeld - 1718 Amsterdam): Arcadian Landscape, Love Suffering of Gallus, after Virgil, 18th century, Mezzotint Technique: Mezzotint on Paper Inscription: Inscribed at the bottom of the printing plate with a quotation from Virgil's 10th Eclogue. Signed below in the printing plate. Date: 18th century Description: Peter Schenk the Elder was a German engraver and cartographer from Elberfeld, now part of Wuppertal. Around 1684 he moved to Amsterdam and became a pupil of Gerard Valck, specialising in mezzotint; he travelled to Leipzig and Berlin. Until his death in 1718/19 he published numerous maps and pictures. Keywords: before 18th century, Baroque, Landscape, Netherlands,

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        • P. SCHENK (1660-1718), Landscape with altar, after Virgil, Mezzotint
          Dec. 30, 2023

          P. SCHENK (1660-1718), Landscape with altar, after Virgil, Mezzotint

          Est: €120 - €200

          Pieter Schenk (1660 Elberfeld - 1718 Amsterdam): Arcadian Landscape with Ancient Altar of Sacrifice and Supplicating Priap, after Virgil, 18th century, Mezzotint Technique: Mezzotint on Paper, mounted on Paper Inscription: Inscribed at the bottom of the printing plate with a quotation from Virgil's 7th Eclogue. Signed below in the printing plate. Date: 18th century Description: Peter Schenk the Elder was a German engraver and cartographer from Elberfeld, now part of Wuppertal. Around 1684 he moved to Amsterdam and became a pupil of Gerard Valck, specialising in mezzotint; he travelled to Leipzig and Berlin. Until his death in 1718/19 he published numerous maps and pictures. Keywords: before 18th century, Baroque, Landscape, Netherlands,

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        • P. SCHENK (1660-1718), Landscape with Alexis, after Virgil, Mezzotint
          Dec. 30, 2023

          P. SCHENK (1660-1718), Landscape with Alexis, after Virgil, Mezzotint

          Est: €120 - €200

          Pieter Schenk (1660 Elberfeld - 1718 Amsterdam): Arcadian Landscape with Shepherd Alexis, after Virgil, 18th century, Mezzotint Technique: Mezzotint on Paper Inscription: Inscribed at the bottom of the printing plate with a quotation from Vergil's 2nd Eclogue. Signed below in the printing plate. Date: 18th century Description: Peter Schenk the Elder was a German engraver and cartographer from Elberfeld, now part of Wuppertal. Around 1684 he moved to Amsterdam and became a pupil of Gerard Valck, specialising in mezzotint; he travelled to Leipzig and Berlin. Until his death in 1718/19 he published numerous maps and pictures. Keywords: before 18th century, Baroque, Landscape, Netherlands,

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        • P. SCHENK (1660-1718), Landscape with Galatea, after Virgil, Mezzotint
          Dec. 30, 2023

          P. SCHENK (1660-1718), Landscape with Galatea, after Virgil, Mezzotint

          Est: €120 - €200

          Pieter Schenk (1660 Elberfeld - 1718 Amsterdam): Arcadian Landscape with Nereid or Nymph Galatea, after Virgil, 18th century, Mezzotint Technique: Mezzotint on Paper Inscription: Inscribed at the bottom of the printing plate with a quotation from Vergil's 9th Eclogue. Signed below in the printing plate. Date: 18th century Description: Peter Schenk the Elder was a German engraver and cartographer from Elberfeld, now part of Wuppertal. Around 1684 he moved to Amsterdam and became a pupil of Gerard Valck, specialising in mezzotint; he travelled to Leipzig and Berlin. Until his death in 1718/19 he published numerous maps and pictures. Keywords: before 18th century, Baroque, Landscape, Netherlands,

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        • P. SCHENK (1660-1718), Arcadian landscape after Virgil, Mezzotint
          Dec. 30, 2023

          P. SCHENK (1660-1718), Arcadian landscape after Virgil, Mezzotint

          Est: €120 - €200

          Pieter Schenk (1660 Elberfeld - 1718 Amsterdam): Arcadian Landscape with Resting Couple, after Virgil, 17th century, Mezzotint Technique: Mezzotint on Paper Inscription: Inscribed at the bottom of the printing plate with a quotation from Vergil's 1st Eclogue. Signed below in the printing plate. Date: 17th century Keywords: before 18th century, Baroque, Landscape, Netherlands,

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        • Schenk, Peter (der Ältere) (1660 Elberfeld - Leipzig 1711)
          Dec. 09, 2023

          Schenk, Peter (der Ältere) (1660 Elberfeld - Leipzig 1711)

          Est: €10 - €20

          "Berlin an der Spree ...", so unter der Darstellung betitelt. Kolorierter Kupferstich. Ca. 20,5x 25,5 cm. PP., R. (nicht ausgerahmt).

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        • P. SCHENK (1660-1718), Fortification. Antwerp on the Scheldt, around 1730,
          Dec. 02, 2023

          P. SCHENK (1660-1718), Fortification. Antwerp on the Scheldt, around 1730,

          Est: €300 - €400

          Pieter Schenk (1660 Elberfeld - 1718 Amsterdam): Map of the fortifications of the city of Antwerp on the Scheldt, c. 1730, Copper engraving Technique: Copper engraving on Inscription: The engraving was made in red colour, which was rarely used, especially in the 18th century, and only for special occasions. Inscribed below the depiction in Dutch and Latin: "Antwerpen, in Braband, aan de Schelde, zynde een Marquisaat, door Philips de Tweede met een casteel versterkt Haar gesicht is in ons Stede boek." Parallel title: "Antverpia, Brabantiæ, ad Scaldim, per Philippum Secundum arcæ munitum conseptus eius in Hacatompoli". Signed in the centre below the image and with the location: "Pet. Schenk exc. Amst C. P.". Peter Schenk the Elder was a German engraver and cartographer from Elberfeld, today Wuppertal. He moved to Amsterdam around 1684 and became a pupil of Gerard Valck, specialising in mezzotint; he travelled to Leipzig and Berlin. He published numerous maps and pictures until his death in 1718/19. Please also note our other works in the series by Peter Schenk. Date: c. 1730 Description: From: Frederik den Femtes Atlas, vol. 12, tvl. 57. Peter Schenk the Elder was a German engraver and cartographer from Elberfeld, now Wuppertal. Around 1684 he moved to Amsterdam and became a pupil of Gerard Valck, specialising in mezzotint; he travelled to Leipzig and Berlin. He published numerous maps and pictures until his death in 1718/19. Keywords: 18th century, Baroque, Maps, Belgium, Antwerp (Antwerp),

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        • P. SCHENK (1660-1718), Death of King Karel van Spangen, 1707,
          Dec. 02, 2023

          P. SCHENK (1660-1718), Death of King Karel van Spangen, 1707,

          Est: €120 - €200

          Pieter Schenk (1660 Elberfeld - 1718 Amsterdam): Death of King Karel van Spangens, Milan, 1707, Copper engraving Technique: Copper engraving on Inscription: Inscribed below the depiction: "Den 13 January 1707 is Koning Carel III van Spangen tot Milaen voor harr Heer van dat Hertogdom verklaart." Inscribed in Dutch and Latin. Title of the series: "Toulon ... onder den Hertog van Savoyen ... den 14 July 1707 belegert ...". Signed in the centre below the image "P. Schenk exc. Amst C. P.". Peter Schenk the Elder was a German engraver and cartographer from Elberfeld, today Wuppertal. He moved to Amsterdam around 1684 and became a pupil of Gerard Valck, specialising in mezzotint; he travelled to Leipzig and Berlin. He published numerous maps and pictures until his death in 1718/19. Please also note our other works in the series by Peter Schenk. Date: 1707 Keywords: 18th century, Baroque, Portraits, Netherlands,

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        • P. SCHENK (1660-1718), Map of Namur, Belgium, around 1700,
          Dec. 02, 2023

          P. SCHENK (1660-1718), Map of Namur, Belgium, around 1700,

          Est: €300 - €400

          Pieter Schenk (1660 Elberfeld - 1718 Amsterdam): Fortification plan of Namur, cartographic military map, c. 1700, Copper engraving Technique: Copper engraving on Inscription: The copper engraving was produced in red colour, which was used only rarely and for special occasions, especially in the 18th century. Inscribed below the image in Dutch and Latin: "Naamen, in het landschap van die naam, op het zaamen vloeyen van Maas en Sambre: door de Fransche gewonnen, 1692, door Koning Willem 1693, doch heden weder onder de Fransche Haar gesicht is in ons Stede bock ; Parallel title: Namurcum, ad Mosæ ac Sabis confluentes: cessit Gallis, 1692; Wilhelmo regi, 1693; hodie tamen rursus Gallis. Conspectus eius in Hecatompoli". Signed in the plate and with indication of place: "Pet. Schenk exc. Amst C. P.". Date: c. 1700 Description: From: "Frederik den Femtes Atlas, Vol. 12, Tvl. 57.". Peter Schenk the Elder was a German engraver and cartographer from Elberfeld, now part of Wuppertal. Around 1684 he moved to Amsterdam and became a pupil of Gerard Valck, specialising in mezzotint; he travelled to Leipzig and Berlin. Until his death in 1718/19 he published numerous maps and pictures. Keywords: 18th century, Baroque, Cities, Belgium,

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        • P. SCHENK (1660-1718), Map of Savoy, 1708,
          Dec. 02, 2023

          P. SCHENK (1660-1718), Map of Savoy, 1708,

          Est: €300 - €400

          Pieter Schenk (1660 Elberfeld - 1718 Amsterdam): Map of Savoy, Duke of Savoy, Ascent of the Little Saint Bernard in Savoy, 8 July 1711, 1708, Copper engraving Technique: Copper engraving on Inscription: The copper engraving was produced in red colour, which was used only rarely and for special occasions, especially in the 18th century. Inscribed in Dutch and Latin below the image. Signed in the plate and with an indication of the place: "Pet. Schenk exc. Amst C. P.". Date: 1708 Description: Peter Schenk the Elder was a German engraver and cartographer from Elberfeld, now part of Wuppertal. Around 1684 he moved to Amsterdam and became a pupil of Gerard Valck, specialising in mezzotint; he travelled to Leipzig and Berlin. Until his death in 1718/19 he published numerous maps and pictures. Keywords: 18th century, Baroque, Military, France,

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        • P. SCHENK (1660-1718), Map of Lille, military map, 1708,
          Dec. 02, 2023

          P. SCHENK (1660-1718), Map of Lille, military map, 1708,

          Est: €300 - €400

          Pieter Schenk (1660 Elberfeld - 1718 Amsterdam): Plan of Lille, Cartographic Military Map, 1708, Copper engraving Technique: Copper engraving on Inscription: The copper engraving was produced in red colour, which was used only rarely and for special occasions, especially in the 18th century. Inscribed in the lower right cartouche "Situation der gegend Lille mit der vertranchirung unser beyden Arméen, wie auch de Franzosen zwischen Selins, und Herins stehende. d. 15. Sept. 1708". Signed in the plate and with indication of place: "Pet. Schenk exc. Amst C. P.". Date: 1708 Description: From: Frederik den Femtes Atlas, vol. 12, tvl. 58. Peter Schenk the Elder was a German engraver and cartographer from Elberfeld, now part of Wuppertal. Around 1684 he moved to Amsterdam and became a pupil of Gerard Valck, specialised in mezzotint; he travelled to Leipzig and Berlin. Until his death in 1718/19 he published numerous maps and pictures. Keywords: 18th century, Baroque, Cities, France,

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        • P. SCHENK (1660-1718), Plan of the fortress of Béthune, around 1712,
          Dec. 02, 2023

          P. SCHENK (1660-1718), Plan of the fortress of Béthune, around 1712,

          Est: €300 - €400

          Pieter Schenk (1660 Elberfeld - 1718 Amsterdam): Plan of the fortress of Béthune, cartographic military map, c. 1712, Copper engraving Technique: Copper engraving on Inscription: The copper engraving was produced in red colour, which was used only rarely and for special occasions, especially in the 18th century. Inscribed in Dutch and Latin below the image. Signed in the plate and with an indication of the place: "Pet. Schenk exc. Amst C. P.". Date: c. 1712 Description: Peter Schenk the Elder was a German engraver and cartographer from Elberfeld, now part of Wuppertal. Around 1684 he moved to Amsterdam and became a pupil of Gerard Valck, specialising in mezzotint; he travelled to Leipzig and Berlin. Until his death in 1718/19 he published numerous maps and pictures. Keywords: 18th century, Baroque, Cities, France,

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        • P. SCHENK (1660-1718), Arras in Artoys, 1654, military map, around 1712,
          Dec. 02, 2023

          P. SCHENK (1660-1718), Arras in Artoys, 1654, military map, around 1712,

          Est: €300 - €400

          Pieter Schenk (1660 Elberfeld - 1718 Amsterdam): Arras in Artoys, 1654, Citadel, cartographic military map, c. 1712, Copper engraving Technique: Copper engraving on Inscription: The copper engraving was produced in red colour, which was used only rarely and for special occasions, especially in the 18th century. Inscribed below the image in Dutch and Latin "Arras of Atrecht, in Artoys, aan de Scarpe door Louys de XIII gewonnen, 1640; doch tot de Spaansche gekeerd, 1654". Signed in the plate and with indication of place: "Pet. Schenk exc. Amst C. P.". Date: c. 1712 Description: From: "Schouwburgh van den oorlog, beginnende van Koning Karel II. tot op Koning Karel III." Peter Schenk the Elder was a German engraver and cartographer from Elberfeld, now part of Wuppertal. Around 1684 he moved to Amsterdam and became a pupil of Gerard Valck, specialising in mezzotint; he travelled to Leipzig and Berlin. Until his death in 1718/19 he published numerous maps and pictures. Keywords: 18th century, Baroque, Cities, France,

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        • P. SCHENK (1660-1718), Hulst in der Provinz Zeeland, around 1712,
          Dec. 02, 2023

          P. SCHENK (1660-1718), Hulst in der Provinz Zeeland, around 1712,

          Est: €300 - €400

          Pieter Schenk (1660 Elberfeld - 1718 Amsterdam): Plan von Hulst in der Provinz Zeeland, c. 1712, Copper engraving Technique: Copper engraving on Inscription: The copper engraving was produced in red colour, which was used only rarely and for special occasions, especially in the 18th century. Inscribed below the image in Dutch and Latin: "Hulst, in vlanderen (wel eer de laagtste verwinninge van Frederik Henrik) bevryd door het vermeesteren van den Grooten en Kleenen Kyckuit 30 Aug. 1702." Signed in the plate and with indication of place: "Pet. Schenk exc. Amst C. P.". Date: c. 1712 Description: Peter Schenk the Elder was a German engraver and cartographer from Elberfeld, now part of Wuppertal. Around 1684 he moved to Amsterdam and became a pupil of Gerard Valck, specialising in mezzotint; he travelled to Leipzig and Berlin. Until his death in 1718/19 he published numerous maps and pictures. Keywords: 18th century, Baroque, Cities, Netherlands,

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        • P. SCHENK (1660-1718), Alburquerque 10. Jun. 1705, around 1712,
          Dec. 02, 2023

          P. SCHENK (1660-1718), Alburquerque 10. Jun. 1705, around 1712,

          Est: €300 - €400

          Pieter Schenk (1660 Elberfeld - 1718 Amsterdam): Alburquerque 10 Jun 1705, Charles III, c. 1712, Copper engraving Technique: Copper engraving on Inscription: The copper engraving was produced in red colour, which was used only rarely and for special occasions, especially in the 18th century. Inscribed in Dutch and Latin below the image. Signed in the plate and with an indication of the place: "Pet. Schenk exc. Amst C. P.". Date: c. 1712 Description: Plate 60 from: Frederik den Femtes Atlas, vol. 12". Peter Schenk the Elder was a German engraver and cartographer from Elberfeld, now Wuppertal. Around 1684 he moved to Amsterdam and became a pupil of Gerard Valck, specialising in mezzotint; he travelled to Leipzig and Berlin. Until his death in 1718/19 he published numerous maps and pictures. Keywords: 18th century, Baroque, Cities, Spain,

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        • P. SCHENK (1660-1718), Map of the Battle of Cadiz 1702, around 1712,
          Dec. 02, 2023

          P. SCHENK (1660-1718), Map of the Battle of Cadiz 1702, around 1712,

          Est: €300 - €400

          Pieter Schenk (1660 Elberfeld - 1718 Amsterdam): Map of the Battle of Cadiz 1702, Andalusia, Bourbon-Spanish Victory, c. 1712, Copper engraving Technique: Copper engraving on Inscription: The copper engraving was produced in red colour, which was used only rarely and for special occasions, especially in the 18th century. Inscribed in Dutch and Latin below the image. Signed in the plate and with an indication of the place: "Pet. Schenk exc. Amst C. P.". Date: c. 1712 Description: Peter Schenk the Elder was a German engraver and cartographer from Elberfeld, now part of Wuppertal. Around 1684 he moved to Amsterdam and became a pupil of Gerard Valck, specialising in mezzotint; he travelled to Leipzig and Berlin. Until his death in 1718/19 he published numerous maps and pictures. Keywords: 18th century, Baroque, Cities, Spain,

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        • P. SCHENK (1660-1718), Capture of Gibraltar 1704, around 1712,
          Dec. 02, 2023

          P. SCHENK (1660-1718), Capture of Gibraltar 1704, around 1712,

          Est: €300 - €400

          Pieter Schenk (1660 Elberfeld - 1718 Amsterdam): Capture of Gibraltar 1704, sailing ship and coastal fortress, c. 1712, Copper engraving Technique: Copper engraving on Inscription: The copper engraving was produced in red colour, which was used only rarely and for special occasions, especially in the 18th century. Inscribed in Dutch and Latin below the image. Signed in the plate and with an indication of the place: "Pet. Schenk exc. Amst C. P.". Date: c. 1712 Description: The capture of Gibraltar took place between 1 and 4 August 1704 during the War of the Spanish Succession. The Allies on the side of Charles, the Habsburg pretender to the throne, captured the city and fortress. Peter Schenk the Elder was a German engraver and cartographer from Elberfeld, now part of Wuppertal. Around 1684 he moved to Amsterdam and became a pupil of Gerard Valck, specialising in mezzotint; he travelled to Leipzig and Berlin. Until his death in 1718/19 he published numerous maps and pictures. Keywords: 18th century, Baroque, Seafaring, Spain,

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        • P. SCHENK (1660-1718), Entry of Philip V into Madrid, around 1712,
          Dec. 02, 2023

          P. SCHENK (1660-1718), Entry of Philip V into Madrid, around 1712,

          Est: €300 - €400

          Pieter Schenk (1660 Elberfeld - 1718 Amsterdam): Entry of Philip V into Madrid, 14 April 1701, c. 1712, Copper engraving Technique: Copper engraving on Inscription: The copper engraving was produced in red colour, which was used only rarely and for special occasions, especially in the 18th century. Inscribed below the image in Dutch and Latin "Den 14 April 1701 doet de koning Philippus zyn / Plégtelyke intreding te Madrid / Introitus Regis Philippi V en urbem / Madritum die 14 Aprilis anno 1701.". Signed in the plate and with indication of place: "Pet. Schenk exc. Amst C. P.". Date: c. 1712 Description: Peter Schenk the Elder was a German engraver and cartographer from Elberfeld, now part of Wuppertal. Around 1684 he moved to Amsterdam and became a pupil of Gerard Valck, specialising in mezzotint; he travelled to Leipzig and Berlin. Until his death in 1718/19 he published numerous maps and pictures. Keywords: 18th century, Baroque, Cities, Spain,

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        • P. SCHENK (1660-1718), Herzog v. Orleans, Valencia, 1707, around 1712,
          Dec. 02, 2023

          P. SCHENK (1660-1718), Herzog v. Orleans, Valencia, 1707, around 1712,

          Est: €300 - €400

          Pieter Schenk (1660 Elberfeld - 1718 Amsterdam): Duke of Orleans takes command of the troops in Spain, Valencia, 1707, c. 1712, Copper engraving Technique: Copper engraving on Inscription: The copper engraving was produced in red colour, which was used only rarely and for special occasions, especially in the 18th century. Inscribed in Dutch and Latin below the image. Signed in the plate and with an indication of the place: "Pet. Schenk exc. Amst C. P.". Date: c. 1712 Description: Peter Schenk the Elder was a German engraver and cartographer from Elberfeld, now part of Wuppertal. Around 1684 he moved to Amsterdam and became a pupil of Gerard Valck, specialising in mezzotint; he travelled to Leipzig and Berlin. Until his death in 1718/19 he published numerous maps and pictures. Keywords: 18th century, Baroque, Military, Spain,

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        • P. SCHENK (1660-1718), Louis XV, Proclamation, around 1712,
          Dec. 02, 2023

          P. SCHENK (1660-1718), Louis XV, Proclamation, around 1712,

          Est: €300 - €400

          Pieter Schenk (1660 Elberfeld - 1718 Amsterdam): Louis XV, 8 September 1715, King of France and Navarre, c. 1712, Copper engraving Technique: Copper engraving on Inscription: The copper engraving was produced in red colour, which was used only rarely and for special occasions, especially in the 18th century. Inscribed in Dutch and Latin below the image. Signed in the plate and with an indication of the place: "Pet. Schenk exc. Amst Cum. Pr.". Date: c. 1712 Description: Peter Schenk the Elder was a German engraver and cartographer from Elberfeld, now part of Wuppertal. Around 1684 he moved to Amsterdam and became a pupil of Gerard Valck, specialising in mezzotint; he travelled to Leipzig and Berlin. Until his death in 1718/19 he published numerous maps and pictures. Keywords: 18th century, Baroque, Portraits, France,

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        • P. SCHENK (1660-1718), Scene at the deathbed, Charles II., around 1712,
          Dec. 02, 2023

          P. SCHENK (1660-1718), Scene at the deathbed, Charles II., around 1712,

          Est: €300 - €400

          Pieter Schenk (1660 Elberfeld - 1718 Amsterdam): Deathbed Scene, Charles II, Carlos II, King of Spain, House of Habsburg, c. 1712, Copper engraving Technique: Copper engraving on Inscription: The copper engraving was produced in red colour, which was used only rarely and for special occasions, especially in the 18th century. Inscribed in Dutch and Latin below the image. Signed in the plate and with an indication of the place: "Pet. Schenk exc. Amst C. P.". Date: c. 1712 Description: Charles' death without descendants entitled to inherit triggered the outbreak of the War of the Spanish Succession (1701-1714) and established the beginning of Bourbon rule in Spain. Peter Schenk the Elder was a German engraver and cartographer from Elberfeld, now part of Wuppertal. Around 1684 he moved to Amsterdam and became a pupil of Gerard Valck, specialising in mezzotint; he travelled to Leipzig and Berlin. Until his death in 1718/19 he published numerous maps and pictures. Keywords: 18th century, Baroque, Politics, Spain,

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