View of a garden on Jaccatra, with severlal buildings and a house on stilts. In the foreground centre, a small river.
This is the garden of the Van Hoorn family, which was situated just outside Batavia on the Kali Besar. Joan van Hoorn, who achieved fame as governor general, took this country retreat over from his father. Van Hoorn was active in plant cultivation and research, as well as coffee growing.
Stade, E. van
Onse Thuyn boven Jaccatra, soo als die was bij 't leven van vader Pieter van Hoorn anno 1675 vant gesigt der zuydzijde daar nu 't Japans huys staet Stade, E. van
18 x 28,5 cm
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- Jacobs, E., Koopman in Azië (Zutphen, 2000)