Plan de Louvain en Brabant Enlevé par les Grassins en Fevrier 1746

George Louis le Rouge (*1707 - 1790)
Antique map of Leuven, Flemish Brabant. Printed in Paris by G. L. le Rouge circa 1750.

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Description

A rare plan of Leuven, the capital of the Belgian province of Flemish Brabant by Le Rouge. Showing the fortified city with the adjacent streets. Title on lower left and a keys left and right from 1 to 64.

Details

CartographerGeorge Louis le Rouge
TitlePlan de Louvain en Brabant Enlevé par les Grassins en Fevrier 1746
Publisher, YearG. L. le Rouge, Paris, circa 1750
Plate Size30.9 x 46.2 cm (12.2 x 18.2 inches)
Sheet Size36.2 x 53.0 cm (14.3 x 20.9 inches)

Condition

Very good conditions.

Cartographer

G. L. le Rouge was a French military engineer, hydrographer and cartographer. He produced a wide rang of attractive cartographic work. He held a position of Geographical Engineer to King Louis XV.

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George Louis le Rouge: Plan de Louvain en Brabant Enlevé par les Grassins en Fevrier 1746.
Antique map of Leuven, Flemish Brabant. Printed in Paris by G. L. le Rouge circa 1750.

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