Henri Abraham Chatelain
Henri Abraham Chatelain (1684 – 1743) was a Protestant pastor (Huguenot) from Paris, who due to his faith was forced to flee his native France. He settled first in London, and later in Holland, where he worked from both The Hague and Amsterdam during the early 18th century. While his primary calling was as a preacher, his Atlas Historique became a huge success, in part due to the vivacious decoration and abundance of information included on his charts.
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- Carte Tres Curieuse de la Mer du Sud, Contenant des Remarques Nouvelles et Tres Utiles non Seulement sur les Ports et Iles de Cette Mer
Henri Chatelain’s magnificent map of the Western Hemisphere in extraordinary color and condition.Cartographer(s): Henri Abraham ChatelainPlace/Date: Amsterdam / 1719$16,000 Add to cart
- Nouvelle Carte d’Angleterre, d’Ecosse et d’Irlande, avec instructions pour connoitre les differents etats de la couronne d’Angleterre en Europe, Asie, Afrique, et Amerique
1710 Chatelain British Isles with coats of arms and Island of California.Cartographer(s): Henri Abraham ChatelainPlace/Date: Amsterdam / 1710$675 Add to cart