5636 - 5985 PRINTS - GRAPHIC ART, 16th-19th CENTURY
- Tipped onto mount. Fine. = LNP 4, the 4th state (of 6) (hoofdprent); van Huffel 162.
- Vague brown spots. = Rare. LNP 111; van Huffel 128.
Idem. Ruïne van een boerderij. Printdrawing by C. BROUWER after J. VAN RUYSDAEL, 19,5x26,9 cm., with the Ploos stamp on verso, tipped onto mount.
- Sl. browned; vague waterstain in lower right. = LNP 110; Van Huffel 144.
Idem. Italiaans landschap met 3 wandelaars. Printdrawing by C. BROUWER after H. VAN SWANEVELT, 16,1x22,4 cm., with the Ploos stamp on verso, tipped onto mount.
= LNP 116; van Huffel 159.
= LNP 116. With the collector's stamp of School voor de grafische vakken in Utrecht (not in Lugt). With manuscript cancellation.
Schreuder, B. (1749-1780). De regenten van het weeshuis te Haarlem. Printdrawing afer JAN DE BRAY, 22,5x29,5 cm., with the Ploos stamp on verso, "J: de Bray del. C. Ploos van Amstel J.C. fecit" in pencil.
- Weak spot near left edge; vague staining.
= LNP 37; Van Huffel 23. The collector's marks of J. H. Albers (1774-1855) (Lugt 2714) , E. Fabricius (Lugt 847a and 919bis) and a doublette stamp of the Kunsthalle Bremen (293).
- Tipped onto mount. Fine. = LNP 45, the 2nd state of 2; Van Huffel 76.
Idem. Omroeper. Printdrawing by B. SCHREUDER after C. DUSART, 19,9x15,3 cm., with the Ploos stamp on verso. Idem. Ontvanger. Printdrawing by B. SCHREUDER after J. STEEN, 15,4x13 cm., "JSteen 1672" in the plate, with the Ploos stamp on verso.
= LNP 29, 4th state of 4/ 38, 3rd state of 3; van Huffel 151/ 157.
AND 1 other printdrawing by B. SCHREUDER after A. BROUWER, Dronken boer in herberg (LNP 25, 4th state of 4).
= LNP 35, 2nd state of 2; van Huffel 190.
Idem. Man met zak op schouder bij zonsopgang. Printdrawing by C. BROUWER after L. BACKHUYSEN, 14,2x21,1 cm., with the Ploos stamp and "L. Bakhuizen del. Ploos van Amstel J.C. Fecit 1781" in pencil on verso.
= LPN 32, prob. 3rd state of 4; Van Huffel 4.
Idem. Vallei met oud kasteel. Printdrawing by C. BROUWER after J. VAN DER MEER DE JONGE, 18,5x28,8 cm., "J v. der Meer de Jonge f. 1704" in the plate, with the Ploos stamp and "J. v.d. Meer de Jonge 1704 des. C. Pl. v. Amstel fec" in pencil on verso, tipped onto mount.
= LNP 40, 1st and only state; Van Huffel 91.
= LNP 37, the 3rd state (of 3).; Van Huffel 23,
Idem. Boereninterieur met twee vrouwen. Printdrawing by B. SCHREUDER after C. BEGA, 17,8x16,5 cm., with the Ploos stamp and "C. Bega des. 1654 Pl. van Amstel fec." in pencil on verso.
- Fine. = LPN 42, the 3rd state of 3; Van Huffel 6.
= LNP 105; Van H. 33.
AND 4 other (anonymous) miscellaneous prints and photographs, all from from the estate of J.P. Veth, incl. a small anonymous drawing of a farm (pencil and brush and brown wash, 12,5x16,3 cm.) and a handcol. albumen print of Cornelia Johanna Veth (dated on verso 6 november 1858, framed).
= LNP 1, 1st and only state; Van Huffel 123. With the Ploos stamp on verso.
= LNP 41, 3rd state of 3; van Huffel 146.
Idem. Liggend hondje. Zittend hondje. Two printdrawings by CORNELIS BROUWER after F. VAN MIERIS, 7,3x9 and 7x8,6 cm., both with the Ploos stamp and "Fr. v. Mieres del. 1663 Ploos v. Amstel J.C. ft. 1777" in pen and ink, tipped together on 1 mount.
= LNP 27 and 28, both 2nd state of 2; van Huffel 97 and 96.
Idem. Luitspelende heer en dame. Printdrawing by B. SCHREUDER after K. VAN MANDER, 16,8x13,5 cm., with the Ploos stamp and "Karel van Mander del. 1609. Ploos van Amstel. J.C. fecit 1772"in pencil on verso.
= LN 22, 4th state of 4; van Huffel 89.
- Three scratches near left margin. = Hollstein 91. Fine portrait.
- Crease/ printer's flaw in image; part of lower blank margin repaired/ strengthened. = F.M. 413, 3.
AND 8 other engr. portraits, 17th/ 18th cent., i.a. "Frederic Henry Prince d'Orange" (printed within engr. rococo border, Paris, Odieuvre, ±1740), "Fred: Henry, par la grace de Dieu Prince d'Orenge (...)" (publ. B. Moncornet, ±1650), "Guillaume Henry Prince d'Orenge (...)" (publ. Veuve Moncornet, 2nd half 17th cent.) and "Philips Willem, Prins van Oranje (...)" (by B. PICART, ±1730).
- Sl. foxed in blank margins; image trifle foxed; two sm. closed tears in lower blank margin.
= Hollstein (Van Dyck) 171, 2nd state of 4. "Engraved by an unknown printmaker, possibly Adriaan Lommelin". With the collector's stamp of L.A. de Vries on verso (not in Lugt).
Suyderhoef, J. (±1613-1686). "Martinus Trompius H.F. Hollandia et Occidentalis Frisiae Rerum Maritimarum Vicepraefectus"." Engr. oval portrait after H. POT, dec. border of laurel and palm leaves and w. i.a. conchshells, cannons and smoking cannon balls, 40,7x31,7 cm., captions within cartouche and "H. Pot Pinxit" and "I. Suiderhoef Sculp." in the plate.
- On paper w. grapes watermark. Vague oblique crease; one corner carefully restored (unobtrusive) and another sl. thin; a few specks.
= Hollstein 125; F.M. 5439c.
AND 2 portraits by P. PHILIPPE and M. DE SALLIETH.
- Sl. frayed along extremities. = F.M.P. 1801a.
AND 22 other engr. portraits, 17th-early 19th cent., various sizes, of historical figures, i.a. Dirk Scholl (F.M.P. 4809), Kenau Hasselaar (Van Someren 2293), Joan Nieuhoff (F.M.P. 3863b), Jacob Hop (F.M.P. 2575), I.J. Dermout (after J.W. PIENEMAN), Hugo Grotius (by G. BRANDT) and Cornelis de Witt (Van Someren 6187).
- Occas. trifle frayed along extremities/ mounted; mostly fine copies.
- Trimmed to/ within the platemark, sl. affecting the 's' in "Keÿser"; sm. portion of lower blank corner restored.
= Hollstein 126, 2nd state of 2, with the number "68" added in lower right corner of image.
Goltzius, H. (1558-1617) (after). (Profile portrait of a man wearing a hat). Engraving, 18,7x15,5 cm., monogrammed "HG" in the plate.
- Trimmed/ cut short. = Hollstein 562 (measuring 20,7x16,2 cm.).
AND a portrait of John III, Count of Nassau-Siegen, by L. VORSTERMAN I after A. VAN DYCK (Hollstein 192, 2nd state of 4).
- Two old folds; sl. rubbed in lower right corner.
AND 27 others, i.a. "Trophaeum Mauortis Boici aeternae admirationi positum" (engr. portrait in allegorical surroundings by C.G. AB AMLING after A. WOLFF); "Merovee" (mezzotint portrait by J.B.A. GAUTIER-DAGOTY. Waterstained); "Adianus Sextus Pontifex Maximus" (engr. portrait by F.B. after J. VAN SCHOOREL) and "Mr Cornelis de Gijselaar (...)" (engr. portrait by L. BRASSER after F.J. PFEIFFER, publ. by A. Blussé et Fil. Blank margins sl. creased and chipped).
- Some leaves sl. frayed/ trifle foxed.
= Collection with portraits of the Dutch royal family and contemporary European royals, famous artists, authors, scientists, politicians, military and historical figures.
- Occas. trifle foxed/ yellowed/ tipped onto mount.
= With portraits of mainly Dutch and French historic figures, i.a. Petrus Winsemius (J. Suyderhoef, New Hollstein 136), Balthasar Schetus (L. Suavius, New Hollstein 81, only state), Pierre Dupuy (A. Masson) and Adrianus Tetrodus (C. Koning, New Hollstein 18, only state).
- Occas. trifle foxed/ yellowed.
= With portraits of (mainly) political figures, i.a. G.A. Hasselaer, J.B. Bicker, A. Bicker, J. Huydecoper, C. Christiaan, E. de Vrij Temminck, E.F. van Berckel, C. Baron van Boetzelaer, J.G. Luyken and A.W. Baron van Palland.
- Trimmed just outside the borderline; lacking sm. chip of upper left corner; sl. dustsoiled. Mounted on verso of a 19th cent. map of Italy (Paris, 1832).