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Tichelstraat 41-45

Tichelstraat 41-45

Tichelstraat 41-45
Period of construction: end 17th century

Before the Tichelstraat came into being during the second half of the 17th century, there were bleaching fields on this spot. Tichelstraat means: Tiles Street. It refers, just like Gieterstraat (Foundry Street) and Pottenbakkersgang( Potter Passage), to the traditional enterprises that sprang up around the ruins of the Kartuizerklooster (cloister). Tichelstraat is a street tipical for the Jordaan area: narrow, straight and with a view of the Westertoren. It is surprising to find a yard in a street like this, having a fence on the street side and two private houses (number 41 and 43) giving onto the yard. It looks like a country site.

Cowgirl in Barrel Race
Location unknown, USA
Margo Harrison/ Shutterstock

Formats and prices

Large: about 180x135cm
Edition: 3
Price (framed): Eur 1750,00

Small: about 100x75cm
Edition: 5
Price (framed): Eur 1250,00

Piëzo inkject print on 300grs paper: about 56x42cm (Eur 375,00)