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Fountains from the Architectura Curiosa Nova 1644 





Fountain 21 from Curiosa Nova
Georg Andreas Böckler (ca. 1617&;1687), a German architect, engraver and author for the Architect of the City of Nurenberg (Nuremberg), specializing in hydraulic architecture. Architectura Curiosa Nova, was published in 1664, as four parts and Theatrum Machinarum Novum (1661). The first three of Nova , from which these engravings come, illustrate the theory and application of hydrodynamics for fountains, water-jets, garden fountains, etc. as well as elaborate and fanciful designs for free standing fountains. Image/plate size 26 x 20 cm; on thin rag paper mostly wiyth full margins published by Paul Furstens Nurnberg 1664 Unmounted/untinted as I prefer architecture that way £75 inc delivery


Fountain 22 from Curiosa Nova
Georg Andreas Böckler (ca. 1617&;1687), a German architect, engraver and author for the Architect of the City of Nurenberg (Nuremberg), specializing in hydraulic architecture. Architectura Curiosa Nova, was published in 1664, as four parts and Theatrum Machinarum Novum (1661). The first three of Nova , from which these engravings come, illustrate the theory and application of hydrodynamics for fountains, water-jets, garden fountains, etc. as well as elaborate and fanciful designs for free standing fountains. Image/plate size 26 x 20 cm; on thin rag paper mostly wiyth full margins published by Paul Furstens Nurnberg 1664 Unmounted/untinted as I prefer architecture that way £75 inc delivery some faint marking


Fountain 25 from Curiosa Nova
Georg Andreas Böckler (ca. 1617&;1687), a German architect, engraver and author for the Architect of the City of Nurenberg (Nuremberg), specializing in hydraulic architecture. Architectura Curiosa Nova, was published in 1664, as four parts and Theatrum Machinarum Novum (1661). The first three of Nova , from which these engravings come, illustrate the theory and application of hydrodynamics for fountains, water-jets, garden fountains, etc. as well as elaborate and fanciful designs for free standing fountains. Image/plate size 26 x 20 cm; on thin rag paper mostly wiyth full margins published by Paul Furstens Nurnberg 1664 Unmounted/untinted as I prefer architecture that way £75 inc delivery pencil annotation on page



Fountain 26 from Curiosa Nova
Georg Andreas Böckler (ca. 1617&;1687), a German architect, engraver and author for the Architect of the City of Nurenberg (Nuremberg), specializing in hydraulic architecture. Architectura Curiosa Nova, was published in 1664, as four parts and Theatrum Machinarum Novum (1661). The first three of Nova , from which these engravings come, illustrate the theory and application of hydrodynamics for fountains, water-jets, garden fountains, etc. as well as elaborate and fanciful designs for free standing fountains. Image/plate size 26 x 20 cm; on thin rag paper mostly wiyth full margins published by Paul Furstens Nurnberg 1664 Unmounted/untinted as I prefer architecture that way £75 inc delivery mk on left /faint


Fountain 30 from Curiosa Nova
Georg Andreas Böckler (ca. 1617&;1687), a German architect, engraver and author for the Architect of the City of Nurenberg (Nuremberg), specializing in hydraulic architecture. Architectura Curiosa Nova, was published in 1664, as four parts and Theatrum Machinarum Novum (1661). The first three of Nova , from which these engravings come, illustrate the theory and application of hydrodynamics for fountains, water-jets, garden fountains, etc. as well as elaborate and fanciful designs for free standing fountains. Image/plate size 26 x 20 cm; on thin rag paper mostly wiyth full margins published by Paul Furstens Nurnberg 1664 Unmounted/untinted as I prefer architecture that way £75 inc delivery


Fountain 31 from Curiosa Nova
Georg Andreas Böckler (ca. 1617&;1687), a German architect, engraver and author for the Architect of the City of Nurenberg (Nuremberg), specializing in hydraulic architecture. Architectura Curiosa Nova, was published in 1664, as four parts and Theatrum Machinarum Novum (1661). The first three of Nova , from which these engravings come, illustrate the theory and application of hydrodynamics for fountains, water-jets, garden fountains, etc. as well as elaborate and fanciful designs for free standing fountains. Image/plate size 26 x 20 cm; on thin rag paper mostly wiyth full margins published by Paul Furstens Nurnberg 1664 Unmounted/untinted as I prefer architecture that way £75 inc delivery


Fountain 32 from Curiosa Nova
Georg Andreas Böckler (ca. 1617&;1687), a German architect, engraver and author for the Architect of the City of Nurenberg (Nuremberg), specializing in hydraulic architecture. Architectura Curiosa Nova, was published in 1664, as four parts and Theatrum Machinarum Novum (1661). The first three of Nova , from which these engravings come, illustrate the theory and application of hydrodynamics for fountains, water-jets, garden fountains, etc. as well as elaborate and fanciful designs for free standing fountains. Image/plate size 26 x 20 cm; on thin rag paper mostly wiyth full margins published by Paul Furstens Nurnberg 1664 Unmounted/untinted as I prefer architecture that way £75 inc delivery


Fountain 33 from Curiosa Nova
Georg Andreas Böckler (ca. 1617&;1687), a German architect, engraver and author for the Architect of the City of Nurenberg (Nuremberg), specializing in hydraulic architecture. Architectura Curiosa Nova, was published in 1664, as four parts and Theatrum Machinarum Novum (1661). The first three of Nova , from which these engravings come, illustrate the theory and application of hydrodynamics for fountains, water-jets, garden fountains, etc. as well as elaborate and fanciful designs for free standing fountains. Image/plate size 26 x 20 cm; on thin rag paper mostly wiyth full margins published by Paul Furstens Nurnberg 1664 Unmounted/untinted as I prefer architecture that way £75 inc delivery crease left corner


Fountain 36 from Curiosa Nova
Georg Andreas Böckler (ca. 1617&;1687), a German architect, engraver and author for the Architect of the City of Nurenberg (Nuremberg), specializing in hydraulic architecture. Architectura Curiosa Nova, was published in 1664, as four parts and Theatrum Machinarum Novum (1661). The first three of Nova , from which these engravings come, illustrate the theory and application of hydrodynamics for fountains, water-jets, garden fountains, etc. as well as elaborate and fanciful designs for free standing fountains. Image/plate size 26 x 20 cm; on thin rag paper mostly wiyth full margins published by Paul Furstens Nurnberg 1664 Unmounted/untinted as I prefer architecture that way £75 inc delivery


Fountain 60 from Curiosa Nova
Georg Andreas Böckler (ca. 1617&;1687), a German architect, engraver and author for the Architect of the City of Nurenberg (Nuremberg), specializing in hydraulic architecture. Architectura Curiosa Nova, was published in 1664, as four parts and Theatrum Machinarum Novum (1661). The first three of Nova , from which these engravings come, illustrate the theory and application of hydrodynamics for fountains, water-jets, garden fountains, etc. as well as elaborate and fanciful designs for free standing fountains. Image/plate size 26 x 20 cm; on thin rag paper mostly wiyth full margins published by Paul Furstens Nurnberg 1664 Unmounted/untinted as I prefer architecture that way £75 inc delivery mucky ink marks


Fountain 75 from Curiosa Nova
Georg Andreas Böckler (ca. 1617&;1687), a German architect, engraver and author for the Architect of the City of Nurenberg (Nuremberg), specializing in hydraulic architecture. Architectura Curiosa Nova, was published in 1664, as four parts and Theatrum Machinarum Novum (1661). The first three of Nova , from which these engravings come, illustrate the theory and application of hydrodynamics for fountains, water-jets, garden fountains, etc. as well as elaborate and fanciful designs for free standing fountains. Image/plate size 26 x 20 cm; on thin rag paper mostly wiyth full margins published by Paul Furstens Nurnberg 1664 Unmounted/untinted as I prefer architecture that way £75 inc delivery mk in fountain



Fountain 100 from Curiosa Nova
Georg Andreas Böckler (ca. 1617&;1687), a German architect, engraver and author for the Architect of the City of Nurenberg (Nuremberg), specializing in hydraulic architecture. Architectura Curiosa Nova, was published in 1664, as four parts and Theatrum Machinarum Novum (1661). The first three of Nova , from which these engravings come, illustrate the theory and application of hydrodynamics for fountains, water-jets, garden fountains, etc. as well as elaborate and fanciful designs for free standing fountains. Image/plate size 26 x 20 cm; on thin rag paper mostly wiyth full margins published by Paul Furstens Nurnberg 1664 Unmounted/untinted as I prefer architecture that way £75 inc delivery corner loss


Fountain 116 from Curiosa Nova
Georg Andreas Böckler (ca. 1617&;1687), a German architect, engraver and author for the Architect of the City of Nurenberg (Nuremberg), specializing in hydraulic architecture. Architectura Curiosa Nova, was published in 1664, as four parts and Theatrum Machinarum Novum (1661). The first three of Nova , from which these engravings come, illustrate the theory and application of hydrodynamics for fountains, water-jets, garden fountains, etc. as well as elaborate and fanciful designs for free standing fountains. Image/plate size 26 x 20 cm; on thin rag paper mostly wiyth full margins published by Paul Furstens Nurnberg 1664 Unmounted/untinted as I prefer architecture that way £35 inc delivery creased


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