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- Tomás López (1730-1802) was a Spanish cartographer who was sent by the Spanish government to Paris for a number of years to learn cartography and engraving from the great French mapmaker Jean Baptiste Bourguignon d’Anville (1697-1782). In 1804, López published his Atlas Geográfico de España (Geographical atlas of Spain), the first atlas of Spain produced by a Spaniard. López’s children republished this work in a new edition in 1810, and again in 1830.
Title in Original Language
Mapa de España y Portugal, corregido y aumentado do mapa publicado por D. Tomas Lopez
Type of Item
- 1 hand colored engraved map ; 50.5 x 59 centimeters