A charming view of the outskirts of the medieval French town of Lagny-sur-Marne, taken from across a backwater of the River Marne, with peasants on horseback, fishermen and a boy poling a barge in the foreground. In the background are cottages and the steeple of the village church of Notre Dame des Ardents, and a wooden bridge over the river on the right.
Vue des Anvirons de Lagny.
Jean Jacques André Le Veau after Jean Baptiste le Prince Vue des Anvirons de Lagny. Paris, c. 1775 – c. 1800 Copper engraving on wove paper 430x580mm Trimmed within platemark
SKU: 2334 Category: Decorative & Misc. prints