1735 Plate 5 - Cabinet Parade Table and Fashion Mirror - Schublers



Cabinet Parade Table and Fashion Mirror

Plate 5
An open Cabinet with a small parade table on which a jewelery. A new fashion mirror with wall Schenckel and a fictitious Gueridon

Engraving, Uncolored
Sheet Size 14.75 x 8.75 inches
Image Area Measures 11.75 x 7.5 inches
Publisher: Verlegt von Jeremias Wolffs, Augsburg
VG+ condition with toning to margin, light foxing

Johann Jacob Schublers (1689-1741), German Artist, Engraver, Architect and Mathematician, studying under Jacob von Sandrart (1630-1708) and Georg Christoph Eimmart (1638-1705). He was admitted as a foreign member of the Prussian Academy of Sciences in 1734 and in 1736 was named the Greater Council of the City of Nuremberg. His works are known for esquisite architectural details often overloaded by decorative elements such as floral threads intended not for direct implementation rather extract very different suggestions from a single template.

From Johann Jacob Schublers Sechste Ausgab seines vorhabenden Wercks - Sesta Edizione Dell Opera