VUE DE NEW YORK. : PRISE DE WEAHAWK. : A VIEW OF NEW-YORK, TAKEN FROM VEAHAWK.

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Vue de New York. : Prise de Weahawk. : A View of New-York, Taken from Veahawk.

Aquatint and engraving hand colored, c.1834.
Image size 12 3/4 x 17 5/8" (32.3 x 44.7 cm).
Good condition with additions of later handcoloring.
LOCATION: New York City

Inventory Number: 2719
Price: $12,500.00
Publisher : A Paris Chez Hocquart aine Succr. de Bassel Rue St. Jacques No. 64. New-York Published by Bailly, Ward and Co.
Garneray pinx. Himely sculp. Drawn by Ambroise-Louis Garneray and aquatint and engraving by Sigismond Himely. Weahawk, New Jersey, now known as Weehawken, has a commanding view of lower Manhattan and inspired artists to make many views of the city. This view is one of the finest produced from this vantage point. The second printing of two listed in Deak. As a later state, no printing date given.Framed in 1" wood molding finished in gold leaf, with bottom mat wrapped in a gold metal leaf and archival ivory top mat. UV Plexiglass. 18th-19th Century Subjects , New York City , Harbor Scenes