View of Heesbeen, a village in Noord-Brabant. Print number two from a series of eight landscapes.
Etching on laid paper, made by Roelant Roghman, c. 1650. Sheet size 207 x 130 mm., platemark 204x 126 mm.
Roelant Roghman (Amsterdam 1627 – 1692 Amsterdam) was a Dutch painter and gifted printmaker. He made many etchings of castles and manors in Holland and Utrecht, as well as views of cities.
In very good condition, cropped close to the platemark.
References: Hollstein 18 (ii/2); Wurzbach 18; Dutuit 18.