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The Prospect of Whithall / Vue du Palais Royall de Whitehall comme il est à present 1724

Johannes Kip

The Prospect of Whithall / Vue du Palais Royall de Whitehall comme il est à present 1724


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Artist / EngraverJohannes Kip (1653-1722)
TitleThe Prospect of Whithall / Vue du Palais Royall de Whitehall comme il est à present 1724
MediumEngraving
ProvenancePresented by Roland Wilkins, Assistant Paymaster-General, 1931
Dimensionsheight: 48.00 cm, width: 60.00 cm
AcquisitionPresented by Roland Wilkins, December 1931
LocationUK, London, Cabinet Office, 70 Whitehall
GAC number0/626
 

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Johannes Kip

Johannes Kip, an engraver, draughtsman and dealer, was born in Amsterdam in 1653 but later worked in Britain. He was associated with the court of William of Orange and moved to London shortly after William landed in England with his forces in 1688 to claim the English crown. Kip produced a large body of work for British publishers, ‘Britannia Illustrata’ being one of his most important projects.