3097 - 3283 FINE ARTS - PHOTOGRAPHS
= Verso w. pencil annot. "belicht 8 sec./ ontw. m. [?]".
- Sl. foxed; mount sl. foxed and stained; sm. tears in upper blank margin of mount.
- Sl. rubbed.
= Four photographs with the collector's mark of Raoul Korty (1889-1944), an Austrian-Jewish journalist and photography collector who was killed at Auschwitz.
= I.a. an albumen print view of Lausanne, a few (crudely) handcol. albumen print views of Venice, an albumen print view of De Rijp(?) by C. van der Aa (Alkmaar), group photographs (dancers, soldiers, a basketball club) and a large (71x44,5 cm.) tinted photograph of a burlesque dancer.
- Lacks plate 28 (instead a duplicate of plate 18, probably miscounted when assembled). Portfolio sl. worn along extremities. Nevertheless an attractive copy.
= Printed in 75 numb. and signed copies, this copy unsigned and unnumb. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE VIII.
- Mount foxed and soiled.
- Slightly yellowed; some vague waterst. and creases in the dec. border.
= Large photograph of the German "Reserve der 2. Escadron 2. Hannov. Ulanen Rgt. no.14 St. Avold. 1913-1916".
- Mount browned/ dam. along edges; picture w. sm. closed tear in lower right corner.
- Sl. waterstained in margins.
= A group portrait of the soldiers and their officers. In the background a view of Saarlouis (Saarland).
AND 1 other similar (damaged) of the 8th Company of the 1st Oberrheinisches Infanterie Regiment no.97, Saarburg (1908-1910), with the sitters identified.
- Two sm. tears in lower edge; lacks tiny portion of right margin. = SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE V.
- Sm. stain in upper left corner.
Fayer (20th cent.). (Portrait of Kathleen Ferrier). Real-photo postcard, stamped on verso "Fayer, Wien I, Elisabethstr. 2" and with AUTOGRAPH SIGNED DEDICATION in pen on recto. Gyenes, J. (1912-1995). (Portrait of Anja Silva). Gelatin silver print, 9x14 cm., signed by the photographer on recto and w. his stamp in green on verso and SIGNED by Anja Silva in felt-tip pen on recto. - AND 1 other: an anonymous real-photo postcard portrait of MALCOLM SARGENT (showing him speaking to the audience after his Prom concert in the Albert Hall in 1965).
AND 2 others, prob. helio-engravings: A group of mourning female nudes (23x34 cm.) and a group of female nudes holding a wreath over a young nude boy (34x24 cm.) - ADDED: 10 plates showing female nudes from Das Deutsche Aktwerk.
- Spine-ends an croners worn.
= Nice album with portraits, a few pictures taken in Indonesia and a picture of the family grave.
AND 6 others, all small early 20th cent. family albums from the Netherlands and Germany.
- Some prints faded, mostly fine.
= A travel journal showing i.a. views (with people) in Aachen, Breda, Broek in Waterland, Cologne, Marken, Nieuwendam and Oostvoorne.
- Sm. unobtrusive crease.
= Photograph commisioned by the periodical Hollands Diep on occasion of the Boekenweek 2009, which had the animal as its main theme. The depicted authors are Tim Krabbé, Remco Campert, Arthur Japin and Annelies Verbeke. With photostat of the orig. accompanying computer printed letter by Brenda van der Haak (on leaf w. printed letterhead of Erwin Olaf): "Beste Remco [Campert], Bij deze het portret en de groetpsfoto gemaakt voor Hollands Diep. Bedankt voor uw medewerking (...)".