Colored Steel Engraving of 19th Century View of Market Square and Town Hall in Goes, Netherlands, G G Lange Printer & J M Kolb Engraver

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Colored Steel Engraving of 19th Century View of Market Square and Town Hall in Goes, Netherlands, G G Lange Printer & J M Kolb Engraver

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Vintage from before 2000

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G G Lange, Gustav Georg Lange, J M Kolb, Darmstadt Germany, Goes Netherlands, Market Square Print, Town Hall Print, Dutch Engraving, Hand Colored Engraving, Steel Engraving, Vintage Engraving, Vintage Print, Art on Paper

This is a vintage framed hand-colored steel engraving. The image is a 19th Century view of the main market square and town hall (with people walking in the square), in Goes, Netherlands. The colors are subtle tones of yellow, tan, bluish-green, and rose. It was published by G. G. Lange of Darmstadt, Germany and was engraved by J. M. Kolb. The names of the engraver and the publisher are printed underneath the image. Although it is printed in the left corner of the engraving, I cannot read the full name of person who created the art upon which this print is based. His last name is Schuler. This print was probably produced in the 19th Century, but I do not know when Lange’s company stopped printing art and (therefore) cannot say this with certainty. I know that the company operated in the 1850s. The print’s frame appears to be vintage, but does not appear to be from the 19th Century.

Gustav Georg Lange (1812-1873 (adt)) was born in Darmstadt, Germany. He began his career in the early part of the 19th Century, working as a bookseller. He later founded (successively) an art book store, a copper and steel printing plant, and a print publishing house. Together with his two brothers, who were a landscape painter and an architect, he printed/published booklets that contained steel engravings of European domes, churches, and other architectural monuments. They were of high quality, hugely popular, and widely disseminated.

The framed steel engraving is 11 1/2 inches (wide) by 9 1/2 inches (high). The actual image id 6 3/8 inches (wide) by 4 3/8 inches (high).

This print is in very good condition, with no stains, tears, or foxing. The frame is also in good condition. It has a few very small nicks, as you would expect to find on a vintage frame. There is tape around the dust cover, on the back of the frame.

RETURNS AND REFUNDS

Please read the description and view the images, which are a part of the description. I will not accept a return, unless I made a material misstatement in describing the item or failed to disclose significant damage. In such an instance, if I am contacted within 4 days of the receipt of the item, I agree to accept a return, and the item is returned to me within 10 days of the receipt, I will provide a full refund and will also reimburse the buyer for reasonable return shipping costs (for which the method of return has been agreed upon, before the item is returned). If an item is damaged during the initial shipping, the buyer is responsible for communicating with (and submitting paperwork and proof of damage to) the shipper, so that a refund can be obtained. I will assist the buyer with obtaining compensation for the damaged shipment, to the extent that I am able to.
This is a vintage framed hand-colored steel engraving. The image is a 19th Century view of the main market square and town hall (with people walking in the square), in Goes, Netherlands. The colors are subtle tones of yellow, tan, bluish-green, and rose. It was published by G. G. Lange of Darmstadt, Germany and was engraved by J. M. Kolb. The names of the engraver and the publisher are printed underneath the image. Although it is printed in the left corner of the engraving, I cannot read the full name of person who created the art upon which this print is based. His last name is Schuler. This print was probably produced in the 19th Century, but I do not know when Lange’s company stopped printing art and (therefore) cannot say this with certainty. I know that the company operated in the 1850s. The print’s frame appears to be vintage, but does not appear to be from the 19th Century.

Gustav Georg Lange (1812-1873 (adt)) was born in Darmstadt, Germany. He began his career in the early part of the 19th Century, working as a bookseller. He later founded (successively) an art book store, a copper and steel printing plant, and a print publishing house. Together with his two brothers, who were a landscape painter and an architect, he printed/published booklets that contained steel engravings of European domes, churches, and other architectural monuments. They were of high quality, hugely popular, and widely disseminated.

The framed steel engraving is 11 1/2 inches (wide) by 9 1/2 inches (high). The actual image id 6 3/8 inches (wide) by 4 3/8 inches (high).

This print is in very good condition, with no stains, tears, or foxing. The frame is also in good condition. It has a few very small nicks, as you would expect to find on a vintage frame. There is tape around the dust cover, on the back of the frame.

RETURNS AND REFUNDS

Please read the description and view the images, which are a part of the description. I will not accept a return, unless I made a material misstatement in describing the item or failed to disclose significant damage. In such an instance, if I am contacted within 4 days of the receipt of the item, I agree to accept a return, and the item is returned to me within 10 days of the receipt, I will provide a full refund and will also reimburse the buyer for reasonable return shipping costs (for which the method of return has been agreed upon, before the item is returned). If an item is damaged during the initial shipping, the buyer is responsible for communicating with (and submitting paperwork and proof of damage to) the shipper, so that a refund can be obtained. I will assist the buyer with obtaining compensation for the damaged shipment, to the extent that I am able to.

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