1780 Née after Pérignon copper engraving Delémont Soyhières JURA Switzerland
Copper Engraving by Née after a drawing by Nicolas Pérignon.
Pérignon, Nicolas (1726-1782), Zeichner
Née, François-Dénis (vers 1732-1818), Graveur
“Vue du Village de Saugern ou Sogren, Entre Lauffen et Delemont" (Delsberg) etc.”
Overall: 20.6 x 29.3 cm
In the middle of the village of Soyhières, on the square, the crossroads of two roads: men playing bowls, a woman busy at the fountain, a man courting a woman on the steps of his house and other dwellings in the village.
Nicolas Perignon or Pérignon, also known as Alexis-Nicolas Perignon, the Elder, was a French painter, draughtsman, and engraver. He specialized in portraits, rustic scenes, landscapes, and seascapes. Perignon was born in Nancy and died in Paris.
Soyhières is a municipality in the district of Delémont in the canton of Jura in Switzerland.