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Huy - Ben-Ahin by Remacle Leloup. 1738-44

Pierre Lambert de Saumery (1690-1767)

Pierre-Lambert de Saumery, called Saumery, is a Calvinist writer, born in France around 1690 and died in Utrecht shortly after 1767. He was best known for having partly written the five volumes of Délices du pays de Liège, published by Everard Kints, printer to the prince-bishop. He wrote novels, but it is thanks to the Délices du Païs de Liège that he is, even today, read and quoted by local historians, esteemed by lovers of Liège books, and known by collectors of engravings of monuments of Liège and its surroundings.


Remacle Leloup (1694-1746)

Remacle Le Loup was a draftsman born in 1694 in Spa (Belgium), then in the Principality of Liège, and died on May 12, 1746. He is the author of most of the engravings of one of the most beautiful printed works of the 18th century: Les Délices du Pays de Liège.

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Vue de l'Abaie de Soliers Religieuses de l'Ordre de Citeau en Condros.

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Old, antique view of l'Abbaye de Solières (Huy - Ben-Ahin) by Remacle Leloup.

Title: Vue de l'Abaie de Soliers Religieuses de l'Ordre de Citeau en Condros.
R. le Loup fec.

Engraver: Remacle Leloup.

Date: 1738-44.

Copper engraving, printed on paper.
Image size: 145 x 235mm (5.71 x 9.25 inches).
Sheet size: 235 x 325mm (9.25 x 12.8 inches).
Verso: Blanco text.
Condition: Excellent.
Condition Rating: A+.

From: de Saumery P.-L., Les Délices du Païs de Liége ou Description des monuments sacrés & profanes de cet évêché-principauté et de ses limites. Liège, Everard Kints, 1738-1744.

Pierre Lambert de Saumery (1690-1767)

Pierre-Lambert de Saumery, called Saumery, is a Calvinist writer, born in France around 1690 and died in Utrecht shortly after 1767. He was best known for having partly written the five volumes of Délices du pays de Liège, published by Everard Kints, printer to the prince-bishop. He wrote novels, but it is thanks to the Délices du Païs de Liège that he is, even today, read and quoted by local historians, esteemed by lovers of Liège books, and known by collectors of engravings of monuments of Liège and its surroundings.


Remacle Leloup (1694-1746)

Remacle Le Loup was a draftsman born in 1694 in Spa (Belgium), then in the Principality of Liège, and died on May 12, 1746. He is the author of most of the engravings of one of the most beautiful printed works of the 18th century: Les Délices du Pays de Liège.