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Blaeu, Willem Janszoon, 1571-1638

 Person

Dates

  • Existence: 1571 - 1638-10-21

Willem Janszoon Blaeu, also abbreviated to Willem Jansz. Blaeu, was a Dutch cartographer, atlas maker and publisher. Along with his son Johannes Blaeu, Willem is considered one of the notable figures of the Netherlandish/Dutch school of cartography in its golden age.

Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:

Il Cadorino, approximately 1630

 Item — map-case: 4, drawer: 1, map: 8
Identifier: 1500.026.4.1.8
Scope and Contents Map featuring the Italian region Cadoe and Balluno, in the Veneto.. Latin text on verso.
Originally from "Atlantis maioris appendix", Johannes Janssonius, 1630.
Thought to have been removed from Willem and Joan Blaeu's Theatrum Orbis Terrarum, Vol. 2. This map was one of Blaeu's first atlas maps, appearing in his first Appendix in 1630. On verso is Latin text.
Dates: approximately 1630

Il Cadorino, approximately 1630, recto

 Digital Image
Identifier: 1500-026-4-1-8r

Il Cadorino, approximately 1630, verso

 Digital Image
Identifier: 1500-026-4-1-8v

Osnabrugensis Episcopatus. Auctore Ioanne Gigante, approximately 1630

 Item — map-case: 4, drawer: 1, map: 7
Identifier: 1500.026.4.1.7
Scope and Contents Disbound partially hand-colored copper engraving map. Relief of the region around Osnabrück, decorated with a title cartouche; shown pictorially with mileage scale. Includes eight coats-of-arms and dedication to Francisco Guilielmo. Insets: Osenbrugge (Osnabruck) [view] -- Districtus Reckenbergensis.Originally from "Atlantis maioris appendix", Johannes Janssonius, 1630.Thought to have been removed from Willem and Joan Blaeu's Theatrum Orbis Terrarum, Vol. 2. This map was one of...
Dates: approximately 1630