Map of Bermuda after an original engraving by Abraham Goos, cartographer (Fl.1614-1643), printed and sold by George Humble of London in 1626. This 19th century copy in a fine bird’s eye maple frame.
English, circa 1840 - 1880
Abraham Goos was an engraver and mapmaker who operated in Amsterdam. He learned his trade from Jodocus Hondius, his nephew by marriage and himself a prominent mapmaker. Goos did engravings for a number of prominent mapmakers of his day, including the Englishman John Speed (1551/52-1629) and Willem Blaeu’s rival Jans Janszoon (1588-1664). He published one of the first atlases of the Netherlands, Nieuw Nederlandtsch Caertboeck (1616).
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