5355 - 5792 FINE ARTS - GRAPHIC ART, 16th-19th CENTURY
- Stain on verso, barely visible on recto.
= From P. Chrisz. Bor, Oorsprongk, begin, en vervolgh der Nederlandsche oorlogen, beroerten, en borgerlyke oneenigheden. Cf. Klaversma/ Hannema 271-274; cf. Van Eeghen/ Van der Kellen, p.7. Strong impression.
Idem. "Predikatien der Gereformeerden, Anno 1566. buyten Antwerpen ondernomen."/ "D'aanslag van den Hertog van Anjou op Antwerpen, in den Jaare 1583. mislukt." Two engravings, both 26,8x33,6 cm., both titled below, "Tom: I. No. 2" and "Tom: I. No. 19" in upper left corner, both tipped onto mount.
- First trifle foxed.
= Both from J. Le Clerc, Geschiedenissen der Vereenigde Nederlanden (...). Cf. Klaversma/ Hannema 816-818/ 820; cf. Van Eeghen/ Van der Kellen, p. 753.
Idem. "De Slagh by Turnhout in den Jaere MDXCVII." Engraving, 27,7x33,3 cm., titled in the plate, "Ian. Luijken. invenit et fecit." and 3-line caption below, tipped onto mount.
- Two sm. stains from tipping shining through on recto; one foxed spot in image.
ADDED: an engr. portrait by B. PICARD (?), "Philips Willem, Prins van Oranje, Graeve van Nassau en Buuren etc. Baron van Breda etc. Ridder van d'ordre van 't Gulde vlies etc."
- Grey, weak impression. = Hollstein German 27-1(3). On laid paper with watermark showing a sun.
AND 8 others, i.a. by J. SADELER after H. Bol (Landscape with baptism of Christ), F. BLOEMAERT and J. VAN DE VELDE.
- Laid down on stiff paper; trimmed on the platemark. = Hollstein 22, 1st state (of 3).
- Trimmed just outside the platemark. = Not in Hollstein.
Collaert, A. (±1560-1618). Death of the Holy Virgin. Engraving after J. STRADANUS, 19,5x14 cm.
- Trimmed short, w. loss of the lower decorative border.
= New Hollstein (Collaert dynasty) 563, 1st state (of 2).
= Present are no.1 (title), 2, 4 and 5. Hollstein 115, 116, 118 and 119, mentioning only one state published by Ph. Galle. Rare series. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLAT CVII.
- Ample margins dustsoiled and w. waterstain in upper margin.
AND 6 others, i.a. by J. CALLOT.
- Badly foxed, especially the blank margins; verso upper margin w. mounted paper strip .
= New Hollstein 171.
= With the manuscript collector's mark of F. Rechberger (Lugt 2133) and the mark of Arenberg (Lugt 567) and Fabricius (Lugt 847a). New Hollstein 242, 4th state (of 5).
- Grey impression; cut on/ just within the borderline. = New Hollstein 74, 2nd state (of 2).
- Laid down, yellowed and publ. address probably cut off.
= Curious prints, the letters formed by figurines: mainly men, on the first lithograph shown i.a. smoking, blowing a horn and walking stilts, but also including a fish, a mermaid and soldiers; on the second lithograph mainly similar men, but also with two small views in lower corners of men working the land.
= All from the series Novae regionum aliquot amaenissimarum delineationes.
- Fine print with ample margins.
AND 8 other landscapes by the same, for the greater part w. the address of P. Aubry, from various series, i.a. a view of Terrweiler.
= Partly with an 18th/19th cent.(?). manuscript collector's mark or inventory number "(2P. 27)".
= Title from the series of 12 engravings.
AND 7 others landscape prints: 3 others by the same, 2x by N. PERELLE and 2 by P. VON BEMMEL (later impressions).
- All ample margins; one print soiled in right margin.
= From the series Schwalbacher Reise (26 views), Hollstein 269, 273 and 275.
Hollar, W. (1607-1677). The village of Hemsen near Mechelen. Etching, 7,7x12,5 cm., "zu Hemsen beij Mechelen" in the plate.
- Vague brown stains in the corners. = Pennington 729, 1st state (of 2).
AND 5 other views, i.a. a view of Loenersloot by D. MEISNER and I. SILVESTRE.
- A few shallow creases/ wrinkles; margins sl. dustsoiled.
= Very dark impression. On laid paper with "van der Ley" watermark. Very rare mezzotint.