In 1672, French cartographer Albert Jouvin de Rochefort created this monumental plan of Paris, rendering the city’s boulevard and avenues, parks and waterways in astounding detail. In the upper corners, he placed illustrations of Notre Dame Cathedral and the Hotel de Ville, seats of religion and government, respectively. In the lower left he dedicated his monumental work to Simon Arnauld, a prominent diplomat and ambassador to Sweden.
The print is on 105gsm archival quality heavyweight textured paper stock.
Dispatched in a sturdy roll tube to ensure its safe arrival.
Frame not included.
Images courtesy of State Library of Victoria, the Estate of the Artist & Zetta Florence Private Collection.