Jean André Dezauche
Jean Andre Dezauche was the son of Jean-Claude Dezauche, a well-known Paris map-publisher. Dezauche Senior had set up his shop around 1770 and his son took over the business upon his father’s death. The foundation for the business was that Dezauche Senior had acquired the archives of Guillaume De l’Isle and Philipe Buache – highly renowned royal French cartographers – and had built his business around it. Among his many lucrative contracts was a monopoly on selling the maps produced by the national Dèpôt de la Marine, a contract his son inherited along with the business.
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Carte Des Nouvelles Decouvertes Au Nord de la Mer de Sud, Tant a l’Est de la Siberie et du Kamtchatcka, Qu’a l’Ouest de la Nouvelle France, Dressee sur les Memoires…1750
The Dezauche edition of Delisle’s famed North Pacific map, with a giant Sea of the West and the dubious discoveries of Admiral de Fonte.Place/Date: Paris / (1750) 1780$1,800 Add to cart
Carte Du Golphe Du Mexique Et Des Isles Antilles Reduite de la grande carte Angloise de Popple, Par PH. Buache…1780.
Dezauche’s exquisite chart of the Gulf Coast, Florida, and Caribbean Archipelago depicts a French Colonial Empire that is slowly falling apart.Place/Date: Paris / 1780$2,250 Add to cart