Antique Print Of Koroni By Merian (C.1690)

Antique Print Of Koroni By Merian (C.1690)

Antique Print Of Koroni By Merian (C.1690)

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Antique print titled 'Die Stadt und Vestung Coron, wie dieselbe durch die Venetianische Waffen beschossen und erobert worden Anno 1685'. Copper engraving of Koroni (or Corone), Greece. This print originates from 'Theatrum Europaeum' by M. Merian.
Matthaus Merian the Elder was born September 22nd, 1593 in Basel. He studied drawing and copper engraving from the engraver Friedrich Meyer in Zurich. 1619 he went to Frankfurt where he worked for the publisher Johann Theodor de Bry, whose daughter he married. He took over and completed the editions of "Grand Voyages" and "Petit Voyages" which de Bry started in 1590. Together with Martin Zeiller he produced the popular series of "Topographia" with total 21 volumes. The work was continued by his sons Matthaus the Younger and Caspar. Merian died June 19th, 1650 in Bad Schwalbach.

Condition: Fair, some wear and defects. Few tiny holes, blank verso. Please study image carefully.

Additional dimensions information:

Image size: 40.5 x 26 cm.


W33.0 x H43.0 cm



Wear condition


Date of manufacture



18th Century and Earlier


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