Antiquated Boundaries: Five Centuries of Maps

Opening: First Thursday Art Walk, January 9th, 6pm-8pm

This selection of antique maps portray various man-made boundaries throughout history, some of which have changed and some of which remain in place today. In looking at these works, we reflect on the ramifications of such divisions historically and presently.

Full exhibition will be added soon.

North and South America : AMERICAE Mappa Generalis at Davidson Galleries

Homann Heirs German ((fl. after 1730))

AMERICAE Mappa Generalis

Medium: Hand-colored engraving
Year: 1746
Size: 19 x 22-1/4 inches
Condition: on medium wove paper, strengthened at edge of sheet, soft creases, reinforced centerfold, hinge residue at 4 corners
Stock Number: 42963c
Price: $800.00

Recent Additions : Terra Firma Et Novum Regnum Granatense Et Popayan (Map showing the Northwest edge of South America and Central America) at Davidson Galleries

Jan Jansson (Johannes Janssonius II) Dutch (1588-1664)

Terra Firma Et Novum Regnum Granatense Et Popayan (Map showing the Northwest edge of South America and Central America)

Medium: Hand-colored engraving
Year: 1640
Size: 15 x 19-1/2 inches
Stock Number: 42914c
Price: $850.00

World Maps and Planispheres : Eastern Hemisphere and Western Hemispheres at Davidson Galleries

Johnson and Ward

Eastern Hemisphere and Western Hemispheres

Series: Johnson's New Illustrated Family Atlas of the World
Medium: Litho-engraving with hand-color, double page
Publisher: Johnson and Ward
Size: 118 x 27-3/4 inches
Stock Number: 20052c
Price: $375.00