4716 - 4875 PRINTS - PHOTOGRAPHS
- One photogr. creased; some quires/ lvs. loose; upper hinge broken. Boards sl. stained.
= Interesting collection depicting mostly Dutch landscapes and towns, i.a. Den Burg, Callantsoog, Cocksdorp, Hoorn and Texel. Only one photograph shows people: two women in bathing suits on the beach of Texel. Especially the close-up photographs in this collection, of sandcurves and plant roots, reveal the photographer's sensibility as graphic artist.
- Both mounts foxed.
AND 3 others by the same, w. the photographer's stamp on verso, titled and numb. in pencil, mounted.
- A few sm. creases.
= All with annotation in ink on verso: "J.M. Prange, Valeriusstrt. 181B, Amsterdam -Z, 3 foto's, fotohandelaar: Addison, Damstraat 30, A'dam". The 2nd photogr. with the additional text "Terugsturen S.V.P" and the 3rd photogr. with "Gaarne retour".
AND 11 other photographs by the same of Texel, all between 17x12 and 28,6x23 cm., w. the photographer's stamp on verso.
= Comprises portraits, city-views and landscapes, i.a. footprints in the sand (w. annotations on verso and "Sporen in het zand" in pencil), portraits of Dutch girls with clogs, a portait of C. WILLINK in his studio, a winter landscape with trees and houses (monogrammed "JMP" in pencil), a pelican, boats in a harbour, German cities after World War II (Cologne and Bremen), two old women walking to church.
- Paper mount foxed.
AND 4 photographs of J.M. PRANGE, i.a. with Simon Carmiggelt and Max Nord in 1947 (2 copies) and a photogr. w. Hildo Krop next to a large sculpture taken at the Stedelijk Museum in 1954.
- Spine dam. and joints weak.
= I.a. Netherlands (Valkenburg, Zutphen, Stadskanaal, Bolsward, Groningen, Nijbroek, Zierikzee), Belgium (Liege, Bruges, Gand), Switzerland. Also a photograph of the president of Transvaal Paul Kruger in Rotterdam. Also mounted picture postcards showing i.a. streetsin Nunspeet, Denekamp and Oldenzaal.
= I.a. a series of portraits of prominent women in the field of politics, science, art etc., scenes of daily life, sports, theatre and a few scenes dealing with the Chernobyl disaster. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE LXIV.
- Sl. foxed.
Idem. (Rugged countryside view). Albumen print, 16x21,6 cm., laid down on mount. - AND 3 other albumen prints, i.a. the Grote of Lebuïnuskerk in Deventer and an interior view of the St. Bavo, Haarlem.
= The larger part comprises notorious arrivals at and departures from the airport, i.a. Italian prime minister De Gaspari, Pakistani minister Abdul Qaiyum Khan, the Feijenoord football team, artists Frankie Vaughan, Ciska Peters, Les Surfs, Johnny Lion and ±25 photographs concerning Dutch spies Evert Reydon and Lou de Jager, arriving home after 2 years of imprisonment in Moscow (1963).
- Album worn.
= I.a. landscape and town views, posing family members and a few images of construction works and machinery in a factory.
ADDED: ±60 sm. photographs and snapshots, ±1900, all in a European setting, mounted/ loosely inserted in contemp. cl. album w. giltlettered "Sunny Memories. An Album for the Storage of Photographic Scraps. Designed by Matthew Surface" on frontcover, sm. folio.
- Paper of prints occas. brittle towards the edges. Portfolio worn along edges and spine.
= Contains nice views of Spanish cities, i.a. Barcelona, Madrid, Bilbao, Zaragoza, San Sebastian, Malaga and Burgos.
= I.a. scenes in the USA, India, a few mountaineering views in the Alps and Japan, Russia (2 nice street views), Japan (funeral procession of Officers killed at Port Arthur), Sudan, Egypt, Mongolia, Great Britain, Italy, France and the Netherlands.
= For a large part views taken from a ship, but also a few Indonesian street views and people.
Burdet, A. (1860-1940). Onze vogels in 't wild. Zangvogels. Reeks A-E and Zeevogels. Six series of 12 gelatin silver stereophotographs (±10x17 cm. each), all but one series w. accomp. booklet, all in ((sl.) defective) orig. envelope, Amst., de Voorkant, ±1915. - AND ±130 glass slides (a few negatives) with stereoscopic views, of which ±50 foreign views (i.a. views of Lisbon, Louvain, Chartres, Königsee, ±1920) and ±80 nature views by an anonymous photographer (i.a. dune landscapes, partly with breeding birds, bird's nests, ±1930), all in board boxes or in wooden box. - AND an incomplete stereoscopic viewer, "Holmes Stereo Viewer"-style. - ADDED: 24 stereoscopic views of Lourdes, on plastic.
- Some w. annotations; one photograph w. ruststains
= Showing different scenes (i.a. Shinto priests in Japan, buffaloes in Yellowstone Park, a pickpocket in Liège), (city-)views in various countries and places (i.a. Bruxelles, Dornach, Milan and Paris).
= All European views, i.a. Poland, Sweden, Denmark, Belgium, Italy and Great Britain.