5220 - 5568 PRINTS - GRAPHIC ART, 16th-19th CENTURY
- Sl. yellowed; a few sm. marginal tears (closed on verso w. sellotape).
AND 3 others, i.a. by W. HOGARTH.
- Trifle foxed in blank margins; one plates damaged; one plate w. tear in image; a few plates sl. frayed. Binding worn along extremities.
= Contains i.a. the series "A Harlots Progress", "Marriage à la Mode", "Industry and Idleness", "Beer Street and Gin Lane", "The times of the day" and "The Distrest Poet".
- Both sl. browned, w. some darker brown spots and traces of former passepartouts; verso w. strips of paper and scotch tape along outer margins.
= The misadventures of an eloping couple, from the series Incidents in Travelling. This is the first edition.
- Folded twice; trifle frayed in top margin.
= Caricature of the military bureaucracy, orig. published in the periodical De Arke Noachs. Atlas van Stolk 6692.
ADDED: an unrelated 20th cent. print.
- Partly w. defects (folded; creased; foxed etc.).
- Album dustsoiled; lacking backstrip.
- A few marginal tears; 1 closed tear affecting image; sl. soiled.
Drevet, P.I. (1697-1739). "A M.le Marquis de Beringhen, Chevallier des ordres du Roy". Engraving after M. COYPEL, 58x40 cm., with the address of Drevet and the title below the image.
- Vertical fold in centre; sl. browned/ frayed along extremities.
- Some closed tears (affecting image); verso w. modern pencil annots./ drawings.
Sadeler, A. (±1570-1629). The Martyrdom of Saint Sebastian. Engraving after J. PALMA, 44x30,3 cm., engr. captions below.
- Doubled; small hole in lower margin (w. loss of image). = Hollstein 95.
AND 15 others, i.a. prints by/ after after P.P. RUBENS, C. VAN CAUKERCKEN and W. SWANENBURG.
- Mediocre copy. Corners dam. (w. loss of text); verso sellotope along outer margins; some closed tears.
= New Hollstein 71.
Idem. Christ driving the moneychangers from the temple. Engraving, 1568, 26x20 cm., w. the address of G. Orlandi and A. Lafreri (1602).
- Doubled; some stains. = Hollstein 47.
AND 1 other engraving by the same.
- On paper w. Fleur-de-lis watermark. Tipped onto laid paper mounts w. left corners; the first print w. lacking portion of upper left corner w. sl. loss of image, repaired and w. ms. addition; the second and third print sl. yellowed/ trifle foxed; the fourth print w. vague oblique line/ fold.
= Hollstein 18-21, 3rd state of 3, with Visscher's address and the numbers.
AND 2 other engravings.
- Washed; upper blank corners dam. = Delteil 94, the third state (of 3).
= Delteil 88, 5th and final state.
Rajon, P.A. (1843-1888). (Portrait of the violinist Sarasate). Lithograph on grey paper, signed "Rajon" and "London 1885" on the stone (some foxed spots). - AND 3 others, all etchings and aquatint by A.L. BRUNET-DEBAINES.
- Foxed in blank margins. = Delteil 77, the second state (of 2).
= With the collector's mark of Van Eekelen on verso. = Delteil 83.
- Poor copy. Cut inside the image; worn/ dam. spots; old middle-fold. = Bartsch XVI p. 326, 54.
AND 14 other prints, mainy 17th cent., incl. poor copies and bookillustrations, i.a. 2 oval engravings by PH. GALLE after A. BLOELANT of St. Marc and St. Matthew (both laid down and irregularly trimmed inside the platemark).
- Good impression; cut on the platemark.
= New Hollstein 169, copy c: "Etching in the same direction by Dominique Vivant Denon. Inscribed in upper right: Rembrandt f 1638 (in reverse)."
AND 1 other etching after REMBRANDT VAN RIJN on late 19th cent. paper.
- Fine impression with small margins. Old flattened folds.
= New Hollstein 790-C. The third leaf from the series with 23 proverbs, i.a. "dat Bier is voer de ganzen niet ghebrouwen", "dese siet doer de vingeren", "dat sluijt gelijck ee[n] tanghe op een verrken", "dese scheert den geck", "wacht u voer de catzen, die voer lecken, en achter kratzen". SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE XCII.
- (Dust)stained in both right corners and partly in blank margins. = F.M. 4983A (b).
AND 2 others after the same: "De Lente" and "De Winter" (both pub. by C. Focking, 1790. Both duststained in margins).