Wenceslavs Coeberger

Method Copper engraving
Artist L. Voestermans after Antony Van Dyck
Published c.1680 but later impression
Dimensions Image 212 x 175 mm, Plate 237 x 175 mm
Notes Wenceslas Cobergher, sometimes called Wenzel Coebergher (1560-November 23, 1634), was a Flemish Renaissance architect, engineer, painter, antiquarian, numismatist and economist. Faded somewhat into the background as a painter, he is chiefly remembered today as the man responsible for the draining of the Moëres on the Franco-Belgian border. He is also one of the fathers of the Flemish Baroque style of architecture in the Southern Netherlands.
Framing unmounted
Price £45.00
Stock ID 12764