4919 - 5415 FINE ARTS - GRAPHIC ART, 16th-19th CENTURY
- Nineteenth century impression.
= Le Blanc 18, first state (of 2): "Avant le nom de Mariette".
= Hollstein 68.
Hollar, W. (1607-1677). (Landscape with hills next to a river). Etching and engraving after J. PYNAS, 19,5x27,3 cm. (image), "W. Hollar fecit 1649", "Aelsheimer inv.", w. the address of F. van den Wijngaarde.
= New Hollstein 1041, 2nd state of 2; Pennington 1222, 2nd state of 2. After a drawing originally attributed to Adam Elsheimer but now to Pynas.
Uden, L. van (1595-1672). The watering place. Etching after P.P. RUBENS, 18,5x27,6 cm., w. the address of F. van den Wijngaarde.
= With the collector's mark of J. Burleigh on verso (Lugt 1425). Hollstein 42, 4th state.
AND 7 other prints w. landscapes, i.a. by F.W. MUSCULUS after J. WIJNANTS (signed in pen and ink by the artist. Proof before letters, Hollstein 2, 1st state of 2); P. RYSBRACK, Landscape with sunrise (w. stains. Rare; Hollstein 4, 2nd state) and A. VAN DER KABEL, Landscape with two people conversing on a road, in the background a village next to a lake (from the series landscapes with shepherds, publ. by N. Robert. Bartsch 4).
= Hollstein 58.
AND 4 other small etchings, i.a. by A. VAN EVERDINGEN (Hollstein 9, the 3rd state (of 3)).
= Delteil 45, the 3rd state (of 4). Early lithograph.
- All plates w. a few scattered brown spots. Fine impressions.
= New Hollstein 200, 208 and 209, all the first state (of 2). SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CIV.
- Doubled; trifle browned. = New Hollstein 421, 4th state (of 5).
AND 2 engravings of fencing gentlemen by RYLAND and HALL from ANGELO DE MUALVULTI, L'École des armes, avec l'explication générale des principales attitudes et positions concernant l'escrime (London, 1763).
- Folded, two tears in folds; sl. foxed and browned. = New Hollstein 100, 2nd state (of 2).
AND 7 others, all biblical scenes, i.a. by/ after R. VAN ORLEY, L. VORSTERMAN, P.P. RUBENS, J. GRONSVELT and HANS WITBROECK.
- All w. remnants of former mounting on verso.
= The New Hollstein 37, 39, 40,42, 43 and 46, all 2nd state (of 2).
- Sm. closed marginal tear; trifle duststained.
= From the Works, from the original plates (London, H.G. Bohn, 1851), plate no. 366. Anti-papal caricature on the installation of Lord Grenville as prime minister.
= With annotation: "Anvers- la tete de Flandre". With the artist's stamp in lower right corner (Lugt 1182).
AND 12 others by Belgian artists, i.a. by EDGAR BAES, MAURICE SIERON, LOUIS VAN ENGELEN and ARMAN HEINS
- Sl. foxed in margins. = Hollstein 186.
- Very vague brown stain in upper margin.
= Portrait of the owner of the Haarlem inn "Oranje Appel" with a view of the inn and the Grote Markt in the background. New Hollstein 248. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CIII.
- Outer margin strengthened w. paper on verso.
= With collector's stamp of Fürst zu Oettingen-Wallerstein on verso (Lugt 2715a). New Hollstein 260. Very rare. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CIV.
- Remnant of former mount along right margin on verso.
= New Hollstein 266, II (final state). Very rare.
- Trimmed on/ to the borderline; w. older annot. in pen and ink: "S. Bartolomaeus" below caption.
= Hollstein 40; Strauss 272. The 3rd state (of 6).
AND 5 others by/ after the same, i.a. Avaritia (by MATHAM, Hollstein 333) and The division between the good and the evil on Last Judgement Day (lacks strip with caption; laid down and soiled; a few sm. closed holes).
= This state/ copy not in Hollstein. On paper w. unidentified watermark. Cf. Strauss 276; cf. New Hollstein 44.
Idem. St John. Engraving from the same series, 14,5x10 cm., numb. "IIII" and "4" and 3-line engr. Latin caption below image.
= This state/ copy not in Strauss or Hollstein. On paper with French lily. Cf. Strauss 270; cf. New Hollstein 38.
- Ample margins; browned; hole in upper margin.
= Strong impression. New Hollstein 583, 3rd state of 3. With manuscript number, perhaps collector's mark of P. Crozat (cf. Lugt 3612).
AND others, i.a. 6 etchings after J. CALLOT, showing the vices (copies in reverse), 2 sm. prints by JAN LUIKEN, engraving by C. CORT (Burial of St. Catherine. Chips in upper right corner. New Hollstein 105) and etched title plate by G.F. RIEDEL of Samlung verschiedner Blumen Früchte (...).
= Harris 26 III, 1 (with plate size 11x8,5 cm., ours 10,5x8,3 cm.).
- With a few marginal defects, i.a. a few sm. tears.
= The drawing after which the first print was made, was sold in 2016 at Christies.
- Trifle foxed (mainly) in margins, with sm. scratch on verso.