Detailed map of Poland, published in Augsburg by Johann Walch.
The map shows Poland after the 3 dismemberments. The color coding shows the areas taken by the various European powers.
Johann, or Johannes, Walch (1757-1816) was a painter and engraver. He was well-known for painting miniature portraits, having trained in Geneva, Venice, and Rome. Walch published several atlases and sheet maps. As with his atlases, many of Walch’s maps were reprinted after his death.