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Braun, Georg & Hogenberg, Franz

Novesium vulgo Neus; urbs ubiorum Rhenana A°. Dm M.D.L.XXV ad viuum delineata. - Verona, nunc Bonna, Communiter, Bonn...

Antique Novesium vulgo Neus; urbs ubiorum Rhenana A°. Dm M.D.L.XXV ad viuum delineata. - Verona, nunc Bonna, Communiter, Bonn Oppidum Supra Coloniam Agrippinam, ad Rheni flumen, illus Fre. 1575. - Brula, vulgari idiomate. Broell. 1575. - Sontina, Zuns?. Oppidum ad Rheniripas, telonio famosum. Anno 1575.
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Eigenschaften
  • G. Braun & F. Hogenberg , Cologne
  • 1572
  • Copper engraving / Original color.
  • Antique Map, map
  • 1572-1619
  • Neuss - Bonn - Brühl - Zons am Rhein
  • 320 by 460mm (12 by 18 inches).
  • II / 33
  • 19871
  • In excellent condition. Verso descriptive German text. 320 by 460mm (12 by 18 inches).

Article description

Article description

Original copper engraving, hand colored in wash, published 1572-78 in volume II of the town book 'Civitates Orbis Terrarum' by Braun and Hogenberg. The entire series of the 'Civitates Orbis Terrarum' comprised six volumes and was published and printed from 1572 towards 1619. This decorative map has four panoramic city views on one double page map. The views show Bonn, Bruehl, Neuss and the other one shows the town Zons on the river Rhine. All these highly decorative town views are nicely arranged and equipped with many details of houses, streets, churches, gardens, the city walls, ships, etc. Most of them are the earliest obtainable old views of these places. Georg Braun (also Brunus, Bruin; 1541 – 10 March 1622) was a topo-geographer. From 1572 to 1617 he edited the Civitates orbis terrarum, which contains 546 prospects, bird's-eye views and maps of cities from all around the world. He was the principal editor of the work, he acquired the tables, hired the artists, and wrote the texts. He died as an octogenarian in 1622, as the only survivor of the original team to witness the publication of volume VI in 1617. Braun was born and died in Cologne. His principal profession was as a Catholic cleric. However, he spent thirty-seven years as canon and dean at the church, St. Maria ad Gradus, in Cologne. His six-volume work was inspired by Sebastian Münster's Cosmographia. In form and layout it resembles the 1570 Theatrum orbis terrarum by Abraham Ortelius, as Ortelius was interested in a complementary companion for the Theatrum. The Braun publication set new standards in cartography for over 100 years. Frans Hogenberg (1535–1590, from Mechelen) created the tables for volumes I through IV, and Simon van den Neuwel created those for volumes V and VI. Other contributors were Joris Hoefnagel, Jacob Hoefnagel, cartographer Daniel Freese, and Heinrich Rantzau. Works by Jacob van Deventer, Sebastian Münster, and Johannes Stumpf were also used. Primarily European cities are depicted in the publication; however, Cairo Casablanca and Mexico City as well as Cuzco on one sheet are also included in volume I, whereas Tunis is featured in volume II. Frans Hogenberg (1535–1590) was a Flemish and German painter, engraver, and mapmaker. Hogenberg was born in Mechelen in Flanders as the son of Nicolaas Hogenberg. In 1568 he was banned from Antwerp by the Duke of Alva and travelled to London, where he stayed a few years before emigrating to Cologne. He is known for portraits and topographical views as well as historical allegories. He also produced scenes of contemporary historical events. Hogenberg died in Cologne. (Wikipedia)

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