5355 - 5792 FINE ARTS - GRAPHIC ART, 16th-19th CENTURY
- All prints trimmed to or sl. outside the platemark.
= New Hollstein 417, 2nd state (of 3); New Hollstein 387, 3rd state (of 3) (w. contemp. German annotation in pen and red ink below the image); New Hollstein 400, 4th state (of 4).
- Ample margins; folds visible on verso. Fine.
= New Hollstein 246, 1st state (of 2). With the collector's mark of Museum Boymans van Beuningen ("Dubbel", Lugt 700a). SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CVI.
- Trimmed to the image/ borderline; mounted; printing flaw near upper left corner.
= Hollstein 145 (attrib. , 1st state (of 2). Rare.
= Overview of a glazier workshop and their tools.
AND 11 others, i.a. 6 similar engravings on the art of making playing cards.
- Sl. agetoned; trimmed just outside the platemark.
= New Hollstein 263, 3rd state (of 3); Strauss 282 and Hollstein 220, the 3rd state (of 3) with the inscription and the coat of arms. Jan van Zuren (1517-1591), "Jurist, lid van de Haarlemse vroedschap, tweeëntwintig maal schepen, zesmaal burgemeester, schrijver van vele boeken, "treffelijk wiskonstenaar"" (Lacueille v.d. Kerk p.27-70) and the second printer of Haarlem. With the collector's marks of G.A. Cardew (Lugt 1134) and Hermann Marx Cobham (Lugt 2816a) on verso.
- Sm. chip in upper left corner; yellowed. = Hollstein 184, 4th state (of 5).
- Sl. (finger)soiled.
= New Hollstein 59, 4th state (of 4) (but probably 2nd of 2) and 64, 2nd state (of 2). From the series Allegories of the Christian Creed (10 or 12 plates).
- Left and right margin sl. cut short, w. loss of image.
= Hollstein 251; New Hollstein 284. Frame perhaps 17th century.
- Vague middle-fold; vaguely foxed; blank margins some sm. defects. = New Hollstein 142, copy b.
- Caption cut off; tipped onto mount; a few spots. = Cf. New Hollstein 532-551.
AND 17 miscell. other prints, 17th-18th cent., all w. various defects, i.a. by J. MATHAM, W. VAN DE PASSE and B. PICARD.
- Cut to the image.
= Rare print, part of a series of 8 biblical scenes. Hollstein 1-8 (according to Hollstein published by Janssonius).
- Trifle foxed; cut outside the platemark; good strong impression. = Hollstein (De Vos) 608, 2nd state (of 2).
Idem. Bad shepherds. Engraving after M. de Vos, 20,5x28,5 cm., caption in Latin below, w. the adress of J.B. Vrints in the plate.
- Upper and right edge cut short (unevenly), w. loss of image in the corners and near right edge; a few foxed spots.
= Hollstein 607.
- Fine impression w. ample margins. = Hollstein (de Vos) 505, 2nd state (of 2); Hollstein (Goltzius) 14 add.
- The second print later handcoloured; some very vague occas. foxing (2 prints w. sm. brown (rust)stain). Otherwise fine and w. ample margins.
= Hollstein 21-28. On paper w. Pro Patria watermark.
- Foxed in margins; yellowed.
- Both fine. = Wurzbach 4.
AND 11 others, i.a. by P. SANDBY, J.A. KLEIN, DANCKER DANCKERTS (browned), K. DUJARDIN (browned) and after P. POTTER.
- Sl. dustsoiled/ foxed.
= Showing 3 studies of heads, 4 landscapes and an etching with heads and a small landscape. The landscapes are numbered 8-10 and 13, 'heads' are numbered "Vierter Versuch", "V" and "VI versuch" and the combined etching is titled "appendix 1". All with the collector's mark of an unidentified probably German collector (Lugt 2644) on recto.
- First print w. brown stains. = Probably part of a larger series of tradesmen at work after Dutch 17th century artists.
AND 3 other mezzotints, i.a. by J. GOLE, La chase es belle ou le veneur est pris (soiled, Hollstein 228, not mentioning this state with letters) and J. VAN SOMER after G. TER BORCH II (Hollstein 61, poor copy).
- A few duststains in blank margins.