5355 - 5792 FINE ARTS - GRAPHIC ART, 16th-19th CENTURY
= F.M. 3870.
"Zinnebeeldige kunstprent op de waare vaderland-liefde". Engraving w. etching by M. SALLIETH after H. LAPIS, 42x56,5 cm. (platemark), 1788. - WITH the letterpress text.
- Margins (dust)soiled and w. white stains in upper margin; waterstain in lower part of caption; image fine.
- Cut to the borderline, lacks the captions; closed hole near left edge.
= New Hollstein Dutch 382. From the series of 5 prints showing the 5 important activities of a prince, Schema, seu speculum principum.
= Hollstein 544, the 1st state (of 4). Fine, attractive falconry scene.
- Sl. soiled; tiny closed (worm)hole; horizontal fold.
= Robert/ Dumesnil, I.F.F. vol 6, no. 16, prob. 2nd state of 3. With bunch of grapes watermark.
- A few vague old creases.
= Two of the four elements. Very early works by the artist.
- A few stains and agetoned. = From the series Variarum Gentium Ornatus. Hollstein 245.
- Dam. secton in left margin (w. loss of image); laid down on mount. Sold w.a.f.
= Delteil 19, probably the 2nd or 3 state (of 6) before letters.
= Delteil 20, 4th and final state.
- Trifle yellowed. = Delteil 8, 3rd state (of 4). SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CV.
- Ample margins; a few foxed spots..
AND 8 others similar by i.a. Q. BOEL and L. VORSTERMAN, after i.a. TITIAN.
- All with ample margins. = All from Théatre des peintures de David Teniers (±1700).
- Soiled in upper right part.
= Proof before letters. Martens 300, 2nd state (of 3). Part of the series Collection des tableaux en gouache et des dessins de Salomon Gessner. Gravés à l'eau forte par Guil. Kolbe.
- Sl. foxed and creased; left margin (incl. part of letterpress text) strengthened w. paper on verso.
= F.M. 3526a. Festive print dedicated to the 200th anniversary of the Reformation.
AND a satirical print w. letterpress text alluding to the division of the Austrian Netherlands (1742, F.M. 3798a. Dam./ torn).
- Upper edge cut short (lacks ±4 cm. of image).
= Nice caricatural scene of a hunting party consisting only of dwarfs.
- Both doubled; marginal tears; 1x tiny chafed spot in upper right corner; horizontal fold/ crease.
= Hollstein/ Timmers 71 and 72: "Allegorie op de Vrede van Westminster (19 Febr. 1674)" (without the emblems in lower corners); "Allegorie op de overwinningen van Willem III, bijzonder op de bevrijding van Grave (26 october 1674)"; F.M. 2308a/ 2513. Impressive and rare prints.
- Wide margins.
= Hollstein 64. Also published as a plate in Didoos doot, a tragedy by A. PELS (1668). Because of the wide margins, perhaps never bound or from a large paper copy.
- "The Sanctuary" w. vague vertical fold. Both prints w. tears/ defects in left and right margin, occas. touching the image.