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Barents ship at Nova Zembla, 1598 (engraving) Featured Dutch School Image

Barents ship at Nova Zembla, 1598 (engraving)

XJF3037892 Barents ship at Nova Zembla, 1598 (engraving) by Dutch School, (16th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Willem Barentsz (c.1550-97) Dutch navigator, cartographer, and Arctic explorer went on 3 expeditions in search of a Northeast passage. The crew was stranded on Novaya Zemlya, off the North coast of Russia, for almost a year on the 3rd voyage and Barentsz died returning in 1597.
Gerrit de Veer documented 2nd & 3rd voyages A True and Perfect Description of Three Voyages, so Strange and Wonderfull...'); Dutch, out of copyright

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Sale by Town Crier, after a woodcut in Praxis Rerum Civilium' Featured Dutch School Image

Sale by Town Crier, after a woodcut in Praxis Rerum Civilium'

STC214458 Sale by Town Crier, after a woodcut in Praxis Rerum Civilium by Joos de Damhouder (1507-81) published Antwerp, 1557 (litho) (b/w photo) by Dutch School, (16th century) (after); Private Collection; (add.info.: Preco the crier blows trumpet; Subhastator is public officer responsible for sale; in background another sale is conducted by the bellman;); The Stapleton Collection; Dutch, out of copyright

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Fort Victoria on the island of Amboina, 1617 (oil on canvas) Featured Dutch School Image

Fort Victoria on the island of Amboina, 1617 (oil on canvas)

1765849 Fort Victoria on the island of Amboina, 1617 (oil on canvas) by Dutch School, (17th century); 148.8A?268.2 cm; Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam, The Netherlands; (add.info.: This birda??s-eye view of the Mollucan island of Ambon has a small portrait of its first Dutch governor, Frederik Houtman, lower right. Fort Victoria was seized from the Portuguese by the Dutch East India Company in 1605 for clove production. Houtman initially maintained good contacts with the Ambonese chiefs until the VOC mounted punitive expeditions to prevent the sale of the spice to rivals. Amboina, or Ambon, would remain the main base of the Dutch East India Company (VOC) from 1605 until its headquarters moved to Batavia, now Jakarta, in 1619.
); Dutch, out of copyright

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