Map of Hungary "Tabula Hungaria et regionum, quae praeterea ab ea dependent, delineata juxta magnum numerum anotationum et mappas manuscriptas vel impressas"
Artist/Maker: Lotter Tobias Conrad
Artist/Maker Dates: 1717 - 1777
Place of Production: Germany
Date of Production: 1762
Materials: engraving, paper
Width: 61.5 cm.
Height: 52.0 cm.
Condition notes: Restored, wear consistent with age and use
Tobias Conrad Lotter (1717 - 1777) was a German engraver and map publisher. Lotter married Euphrosina Seutter (1709-1784), elder daughter of Matthäus Seutter. He began working at his is father-in-law's map business about 1740. Between 1740 and 1744 he produced, under Seutter's imprint, the Atlas minor, Praecipua orbis terrarum imperia, regna et provincias, Germania potissimum tabelli. Upon Seutter's death, in 1757, the firm's stock was taken over by his son, Albrecht Karl Seutter (1722-1762), who himself died in 1762, just a few years later. The remaining Suetter map plates were subsequently divided between Lotter and the publisher Johan Mitchell Probst (1727 - 1776). With the support of his sons, Matthäus Albrecht (1741-1810), Georg Friedrich (1744-1801) and Gustav Conrad (1746-1776), Tobias Conrad Lotter succeeded in building on the economic success and professional reputation of his father-in-law. In time, Lotter became one of the most prominent mid-18th century map publishers working in the German school.
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