French hand colored engraving. This type of perspective view was popular in the 2nd half of the 18th century and was meant to be viewed through a large machine called a Zograscope, an optical device using mirrors and a magnifying glass to lend a 3-D effect to the print. Published by Chez Daumont, Rue St. martin, Paris. Framed under glass, overall approx 20" x 24-1/4".
Condition: not inspected out of frame; color looks good, paper slightly toned, may be laid down on backing board, mat board a little toned, frame good.