Personalities Danckerts, Cornelis II
1664, Amsterdam – 1717, Amsterdam
Engraver and publisher based in Amsterdam. From 1684 he worked with his father Justus Danckerts and his brother Theodore.
ONSL keeps six works by this engraver from the series "Views of Fontainebleau", published around 1690 in Amsterdam by Justus Dunkerts, Cornelis' father. They are probably re-engraving of plates etched by a famous French engraver Gabriel Perelle (1604–1677), which were printed in Paris by Nicolas Langlois around 1688. The etchings of Perelle were thoroughly remade by C. Danckerts. The complete collection of Fontainebleau views by G. Perelle is in the library of Princeton University (USA). – Access mode: http://pudl.princeton.edu/objects/tb09j694p (access date: August 2020).
View of the cascades and pond in Fontainebleau. Ca. 1690.
View of the Fountain Courtyard and the gallery of Ulysses in Fontainebleau. Ca. 1690.
View of the White Horse Courtyard in Fontainebleau. Ca. 1690.
View and perspective of the cascades and part of the Grand Canal in Fonteinebleau. Ca. 1690.
View of the Fountain Courtyard in Fontainebleau to the left of the pond. Ca. 1690.
View of the Grand Parterre with the basin of Tiber behind Château Fontainebleau. Ca. 1690.
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