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Object/Catalog Number FIC10.100.36
Object Name Tile
Collection Miscellaneous Artwork
Object Category 16: Artwork
Object Sub-category Ceramic
Description Ceramic tile with an illustration of a dentist pulling a tooth in the street. Signed "Carol Allard 1670" in lower right corner (see notes)


Artist Carol Allard (1648-1706)
Material Ceramic
Length (in) 6
Width (in) 6
Inscription Text "R Delft / Handmade / Holland"
Inscription Type Stamp
Inscription Location Verso:Lower R Corner
Condition Good
Notes Carol Allard (1648-1706) was the son of Hugo Allard who founded a map publishing house in Amsterdam. Carol produced an Atlas Minor in 1694, an Atlas Major c. 1765 and a hundred-plate Orbis habitabilis oppida in 1698. The Allard’s publishing trade was passed to the third generation, Carol’s son Abraham, in 1706.
(http://www.raremaps.com/gallery/archivedetail/17135/Novissima_et_Perfectissima_Africae_Descriptio_ex_formis_Caroli_Allard/Allard.html)
Number of images 1.0
Catalog date 2011-05-27
Dimensions W-6 L-6 inches
Caption Tile