Engraving, De Catoen drukkery met het Torentje, van agteren te zien, door Abraham Rademaker
Engraving, De Catoen Drukkerij Buytedruk with the Torentje, at the front of the road to Amstelveen, seen from behind, by Abraham Rademaker. The engraving is colored by hand and shows the reverse side of the cotton printing company “Buyten Druk” of Van Ommeren on the Amstelveenseweg, at the height of the later Schinkelhavenstraat, seen across the Schinkel, in a north-eastern direction. The print was made around 1730. The print is 19×14 cm (excluding text) and is fitted in a sturdy passe partout. Dimensions overall are 35 x 32,5 cm.
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Abraham Rademaker (1677 – 21 January 1735) was an 18th-century painter and printmaker from the Northern Netherlands. Rademaker was born in Lisse. He was a versatile artist who painted Italianate landscapes, but is known mostly for his many cityscapes and drawings of buildings that were made into print. He died in Haarlem, aged about 57.