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A brilliant, very fine impression, of the first state of four (De Vesme) and first state of three (Kozakiewicz), before the arms were etched on the same plate. Printed on Venetian paper of XVIII century with watermark Pine Cone…
In fine condition with regular margins all around the platemark, which retains traces of ink, characteristic of the very early impressions.
Unobtrusive central vertical fold, visible mainly on the reverse.
View along the Elbe river, with the gallery of the garden of the Comte de Brühl on the extreme left with the church of Notre-Dame behind it.
De Vesme, Alexandre, Le peintre-graveur italien, Milan, 1906.
Kozakiewicz, Stefan , Bernardo Bellotto, two Volumes, 1972.