From the Vintage Collection
Tones: Warm Cream, Pale Rose, Olive
About The Print: Hinterland is a German word meaning "the land behind." The understated tones in this 400-year old etching work to create a serene moment. The town in the distance has been identified as the Dutch city of Amersfoort.
About The Artist: Hercules Seghers was an eccentric artist from the Dutch Golden Age best known for his depictions of imaginary mountainous landscapes. An innovator in printmaking, he was notable for using an aquatint technique called life-ground etching. Among his contemporary admirers was Rembrandt, who owned several of his works.