- Museum number
Object: Closter Wilthan hart an Inspruck gelegen.
Series: Europens Pracht und Macht in 200 Kupferstücken
Plate 192: View of Wilten monastery on the right, and also the monument of its presumed founder, the giant Haymon, on the left.
Etching and engraving, made from two plates
- Production date
- 1700 - 1730 (circa)
Height: 153 millimetres (sheet; trimmed)
Width: 247 millimetres
- Curator's comments
- This is plate 192 from the series ‘Europens Pracht und Macht in 200 Kupferstücken’, published by Gabriel Bodenehr in 1721-22 after Johann Stridbeck's plates. For a comment on the series, see 1898,0725.8.1931. The view is after Matthäus Merian I, Topographia Provinciarum Austriacarum (Frankfurt 1649).
- Not on display
- Associated titles
Associated Title: Europens Pracht und Macht, vol. I (Augsburg, 1700 - 1730)
- Acquisition date
- Acquisition notes
- The group of prints registered under 1898,0725.1 to 8 was recorded as being given by Franks, although it was registered a year after his death. This is because the prints were already in the BM in 1897 as a proposed gift. But they are recorded here as having being bequeathed by him.
- Prints and Drawings
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