5355 - 5792 FINE ARTS - GRAPHIC ART, 16th-19th CENTURY
- Modern impression. = Hollstein 3, 2nd state (of 2). Rare.
ADDED: a modern etched copy after Rembrandt.
- Browned; a few foxed spots.
= With Museum stamp "Groesh Museum zu Schwerin" on verso.
- Sl. fingersoiled.
Idem. (Venus descends from the sky towards the killed Adonis). Etching and engraving, 22,5x32,1 cm., w. the address of Le Blond.
- Cut on/ just within the platemark; two tiny closed marginal tears.
AND 5 others, 3x by the same (designs of rooms) and a chapel interior (printed by P. Schenk) and a Brussels altar by J. HARREWIJN.
- Somewhat soiled.
= Rare, not found in any reference works. Copy in reverse of Hollstein (Sadeler) 198. Part of a series of (6?) allegorical prints representing the Five Senses. Thomas de Leu copied various other prints of Sadeler after Vos. The spelling of the copy was crudely copied. It should read: "(...)perspectat acute".
- Sl. grey impression; sl. rubbed; some thin spots; trimmed inside the borderline; sl. soiled; verso w. paper tape along upper margin.
= Hollstein 86; Filedt Kok 86; collector's stamp of Albert van Loock (1917-2011) on verso (Lugt 3751).
- Sl. foxed; thin spots in upper corners from former tipping in; tiny spots near Christ's lower right leg; sm. sharp crease in outer right margin; trimmed to the borders. Needs flattening.
= Hollstein and Filedt Kok 75b.
Idem. The Crucifixion, 1521. Copperengraving from the Small Passion series (14 prints), 11,5x7,5 cm., monogram "L" and "1521" in lower left corner.
- Trimmed to the borders; lower left corner sl. dam. (affecting date and monogram); 2 horizontal creases; tipped onto mount.
= Hollstein and Filedt Kok 52, the first state (of 3).
- Trimmed just outside the borderline; sm. closed tear in left margin and thin spot in right margin. Prob. doubled.
= New Hollstein 100, b.
- Professionally restored; doubled and remargined w. thin Japanse; sm. repair to upper left corner.
= New Hollstein 105a, only state. Very rare. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CV.
- Foxed, especially in blank margins. = State before captions below the image.
AND 4 other late 19th/ early 20th cent. etchings, i.a. by E. BAES, J. VAN SCHOOTEN and C.N. STORM VAN 'S GRAVESANDE, "Souvenir des cressonnières à veilles en Caux" (printed by Cadart).
- Grey impression.
= Hollstein 59, 2nd state (of 2). On 17th century paper with part of unidentified watermark. Rare.
= Hollstein 22, 4th state (of 4).
- Trimmed just outside the platemark.
= Hollstein 20, 8th state, the address erased. With the collector's marks of P. Birmann & Söhne (Lugt 2110); Falkheisen & Huber (Lugt 1008) and Frits Rumpf (Lugt 2161). SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CVI.
= Without the address. Hollstein 21, 6th/ 7th state, with the address erased. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CVI.
- A very sm. closed tear in upper margin; closed tear in lower margin in central vertical fold; sl. grey impression; trimmed a few mm. outside the borderline.
= Hollstein 17.
= For the greater part copies after J. and R. SADELER. The title print of the first edition is in the Covens & Mortier edition numbered 30. Five prints were added (by i.a. Van Londerseel, with the address of C.J. Visscher) to the orginal series. Hollstein 30-59.
- Incl. dam. prints.