A watercolor view of the island and city of Goa, the capital of Portuguese India, by notable 17th-century Dutch naval cartographer and mapmaker Johannes Vingboons, (sometimes referred to as Vinckeboons or Vinckboons), who was also a skilled painter and talented watercolorist. Vingboons, who had access to numerous sources from the VOC (The Dutch East India Company), based the cartography of his map largely on Linschoten’s 1596, A Ilha e Cidade de Goa. The current copy is a premium Gouttelette print, faithfully restored and carefully recreated on fine art watercolor paper, for best results.
• Antique map and bird’s-eye view of Goa, India, (Portuguese India), 1665, watercolor, Johannes Vingboons
• Fine Art Premium Giclée (Gouttelette) Print (100% cotton 340 gsm watercolor textured fine art paper)
• Made in USA