1652 Reinier Nooms Zeeman : Seascapes

Reinier Zeeman              Reinier Nooms            

Reinier Zeeman, called Nooms (1623-1667) - Dutch School

Famous painter and etcher of seascapes. He was first a sailor and then began to paint.
He went to France and Africa. He worked for the elector in Berlin and then returned to Amsterdam before 1652.

Versche˙de Schepen en Gesichten van Amstelredam. Tweede Deel - 1654
 Several ships and views in Amsterdam. Second Part - 1654

Three separate plates from a series of 12 prints

Hollstein 43.II
De Vr˙he˙t een Oorloogs Schip. De Hasewint een Spaens Vaerder ('De Vr˙he˙t' a war ship and 'De Hasewint' a merchantman in Spain)
Two large ships in the foreground, 'De Vr˙he˙t to the left and 'De Hasewint' to the right, several other ships in the background;Etching

Hollstein 49.II
Een Sammoreus (A Samoureus)
A large Dutch Samoureus (flat cargo used in Sambre and Meuse region) to the left, several other ships in the background; Etching

Hollstein 50.II
Een Vriesche Kaegh. Een Gelderse Kaegh (A Friesland Ketch and a Gelderse Ketch)
Two large ships in the foreground, a smaller boat in front of the right one, several other ships in the background to the left; Etching


13,50 by 215cm on plate border.
On a full sheet of nice watermarked laid paper (foolshead with seven bell's)
With margins 15,50 by 26 cm.
Sold separately.


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These are all original impressions, done in the 17th century.
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