Panorama near Bloemendael showing the Saxenburg estate ('The goldweigher's field'); flat landscape near Haarlem, at least three hamlets with spires can be seen in the distance, a fourth in the centre amid trees with a tower in its middle and farmland in front, farmers are at work on the right, on the left fishermen stand beside a pond around a small building with birds on the water, the pond is connected to a network of canals traversing the farmland. 1651 Etching and drypoint Watermark: Uncertain, possibly some kind of Paschal Lamb, much distorted (not in Hinterding catalogue)

An00039236 001 l

Thing

Made Of
paper
Type of Thing
print
School
Dutch
Subject
landscape
Techniques
etching, drypoint

Place

Place Depicted
Haarlem
In Gallery
D+F XVIIc Mounted Roy

Time

Acquired In
1799
Made
1651

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