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1799. [Philippines, Indonesia, Brunei, Malaysia, Singapore]

  • [Philippines, Indonesia, Brunei, Malaysia, Singapore]

[Philippines, Indonesia, Brunei, Malaysia, Singapore] information:

Year of creation: 
Resolution size (pixels): 
 10615x7973 px
Disk Size: 
 19.4623MiB
Number of pages: 
 1
Place: 
 Venice
Author: 

Print information. Print size (Width x height in inches):
Printing at 72 dpi 
  147.43 х 110.74
Printing at 150 dpi 
 70.77 х 53.15
Printing at 300 dpi 
 35.38 х 26.58

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[Philippines, Indonesia, Brunei, Malaysia, Singapore]

Decorative map of the Southern Philippines, Indonesia, southern Malaysia, Singapore, Brunei, etc, published by Zatta.

The map is bottom left sheet of a 4 sheet map of the region, but was issued as a separate sheet in Zatta's atlas.

Antonio Zatta was a leading European cartographer and publisher, and his Atlante Novissimo (Venice, 1775-1785) was one of the most beautifully produced of all 18th Century atlases, with much space devoted to the new discoveries of Captain Cook. Along with his contemporary, Giovanni Battista Pasquali, Zatta was responsible for the revival of taste in Venetian fine printing. Famous for his sardonic tone and as something of a controversialist, he was also well known for producing lavish editions of Italian classics and raccolte (collections of poems for special occasions).

Antonio Zatta (fl. 1757-1797) was a prominent Italian editor, cartographer, and publisher. Little is known about his life beyond his many surviving published works. It is possible that he was born as early as 1722 and lived as late as 1804. He lived in Venice and his work flourished between 1757 and 1797. He is best known for his atlas, Atlante Novissimo (1779-1785), and for his prolific output of prints and books that were both precisely made and aesthetically pleasing. Zatta clearly had a large network from which to draw information; this is how he was able to publish the first glimpse of the islands visited by Captain Cook in the Atlante Novissimo. Zatta also published books of plays and architecture.  


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Item information:

Year of creation:
Size:
10615x7973 px
Disk:
19.4623MiB
Number of pages:
1
Place:
Venice
Author:
Antonio Zatta.
$14.99

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