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Choose from 61 pictures in our John Ogilby collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


John Ogilby presenting his subscription list for 'Britannia' to the King and Queen Featured John Ogilby Print

John Ogilby presenting his subscription list for 'Britannia' to the King and Queen

XJF451351 John Ogilby presenting his subscription list for 'Britannia' to the King and Queen, detail from Morgan's map of London, 1682 (engraving) by English School, (17th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: John Ogilby (1600-76) Scottish cartographer who produced the first British road map, known as 'ribbon maps'; King Charles II (1630-85) and Queen Catherine (1638-1705);); English, out of copyright

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Frontispiece of Ogilby's Africa (1670) Featured John Ogilby Print

Frontispiece of Ogilby's Africa (1670)

Frontispiece of Ogilby's 'Africa' (1670), with the title inscribed in English at top. This work, one of a series on continents, was produced by the London-based Scottish cartographer John Ogilby (1600-1676). It is a 767-page atlas describing the known lands and peoples of Africa, and includes 57 plate engravings of maps and artworks. Largely based on the 1668 work 'Naukeurige Beshryvinge der Afrikaenesche gewesten' by Dutch geographer Olfert Dapper, the engravings were by 17th-century Dutch artist Jacob van Meurs. This frontispiece shows assorted African peoples and animals surrounding an enthroned African ruler

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A potter is running towards a large jug which a blast of wind from a cherub in the Featured John Ogilby Print

A potter is running towards a large jug which a blast of wind from a cherub in the

A potter is running towards a large jug which a blast of wind from a cherub in the clouds has shattered; illustration of a fable by J. Ogilby. Etching

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