Ulcinj and Budva Veduta Montenegro 1615
Engraved copperplate veduta of Budva (Budoua), Montenegro. On the verso is a panoramic view of Ulcinj (Dulcigno), Montenegro. The view shows the city with its buildings, churches, churches, town walls, and surrounding landscape. Several sailing ships adorn the view. Two sailing ships adorn the sheet. French text on the verso and on the recto.
Henri de Beauvau was a French diplomat and general, who undertook this voyage beginning in November 1604. He was a career diplomat who had previously served Emperor Rudolf II during the Ottoman-Hungarian campaigns. Most of the maps (‘pourtraicts des lieux’) are after earlier works by Giacomo Franco, Donato Bertelli and GiovanFrancesco Camocio.
Publisher: Iacob Garnich
Place of Publication: Nancy, France
Dimensions: 23 x 19 cm (leaf); 15,5 x 11 cm (veduta)
Condition: Corners partially missing. Heavy paper browning due to aging. Restauration on the right edge. Paper with water stains.
Mapmaker: Henri de Beauvau
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