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66 5896 Rops F  1833 1898 66 5896 Rops F 1833 1898
66/5896 Rops, F. (1833-1898). Bergère. Etching with vernis mou, 16,9x12,6 cm. (platemark), monogrammed "F.R" in red pencil.

- Sl. foxed.

= Rouir 638, not mentioning the vernis mou (for the shadow effects), probably an unknown later state. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CXXV.

€ (150-250) 160
66 5897 Rops F  1833 1898 66 5897 Rops F 1833 1898
66/5897 Rops, F. (1833-1898). Don Paez. Helio-engraving with etching and drypoint, 15,1x10,1 cm. (platemark), monogrammed "F.R" in red pencil, on Japanese.

- Broad margins.

= Rouir 572, 6th state of 6. From the collection of Stéfan Natanson (died in 1904) with his collector's mark (Lugt 1987) in lower right corner and on verso manuscript annot.: Coll. J.P. Heseltine.

€ (70-90) 70
66/5898 Rops, F. (1833-1898). Les exercises de dévotion de M. Henri Roch IV. Helio-engraving, 16,6x10,9 cm. (platemark), signed "Felicien Rops" in pen and red ink, on Japanese. - WITH on the same mount: the same print in the second state (with colours).

= Rouir 617, 1st of 2 states, with broad margins. With the collector's marks on recto of Leon Schuck (Lugt 2843: "a possédé une belle collection de gravures modernes, remarquable par un grand nombre d'estampes de Félicien Rops en états intéressants et en épreuves choisies(...)". His collection was sold in 1903) and Auguste Tricaud (Lugt 182: "(...)a possédé, une des plus belles collections d'eaux-fortes et de dessins de F. Rops" (His collection was sold in 1897) and on verso (of both prints) the collector's stamp of the Helmut Goedeckemeyer collection (not in Lugt).

€ (150-250) 150
66 5899 Rops F  1833 1898 66 5899 Rops F 1833 1898
66/5899 Rops, F. (1833-1898). La femme au trapèze. Etching with drypoint, 19,8x12,3 cm. (platemark).

- Offsetting (sl. browned/ foxed) from passepartout. = Rouir 748, 4th state of 7.

€ (100-150)
66 5900 Rops F  1833 1898 66 5900 Rops F 1833 1898
66/5900 Rops, F. (1833-1898). Gaspard de la nuit. Etching, aquatint and drypoint, 1868, 19,7x12,8 cm., on Chinese.

= Rouir 743, either 4th state (of 5) or 6th rare unknown state with the artist's name erased.

Idem. Les quatre métamorphoses. Etching, 1866, 13,4x10,3 cm., on Chinese.

= Rouir 515, 2nd state of 2. Used as frontispice for N. LEMERCIER, Les quatres métamorphoses (1866).

AND 1 other etching after F. ROPS, La Dame Blanche (cf. Rouir II, p. 24 (fig.11)).

€ (70-90) 70
66 5901 Rops F  1833 1898 66 5901 Rops F 1833 1898
66/5901 Rops, F. (1833-1898). Les laveuses. Helio-engraving with drypoint and roulette, 1887, 16,5x10,5 cm. (platemark), monogrammed "F.R" in red pencil and in the plate.

- Broad margins.

= Rouir 620 (reduced plate of Rouir 834), used as frontispiece in A. PIEDNAGEL, J.F. Millet. Souvenirs de Barbizon (Paris, 1888).

€ (70-90)
66 5902 Rops F  1833 1898 66 5902 Rops F 1833 1898
66/5902 Rops, F. (1833-1898). Modèle allongé. La petite Tzigane. Two etchings with drypoint, printed on 1 leaf, 3x7,3 and 4,9x3,5 cm., both monogrammed "F.R" in blue pencil.

- A few sm. foxed spots; partly sl. browned (w. offsetting from passepartout).

= Rouir 275 (2nd state of 2) and 284. Both cut from a helio-engraving (Rouir 741) and partly re-etched and with additional drypoint. Rare in this combination.

€ (100-150) 130
66 5903 Rops F  1833 1898 66 5903 Rops F 1833 1898
66/5903 Rops, F. (1833-1898). La pantoufle de Cendrillon et Repos. Etching and aquatint, 21x15,1 cm.

- Yellowed; a few spots in broad margins. = Rouir 786, 4th state of 4.

€ (100-150) 100
66 5904 Rops F  1833 1898 66 5904 Rops F 1833 1898
66/5904 Rops, F. (1833-1898). Petite sorcière. Etching with aquatint and drypoint, 12,1x6,3 cm., on Japanese.

- Vague foxing in broad margins. = Rouir 458, the 3rd state (of 3).

Idem. Canicule I. Helio-engraving, 1882, 22x15,8 cm. (platemark).

= Rouir 807, 1st/ 2nd (?) state of 3.

AND 1 other helio-engraving with etching and drypoint by Rops: Holocauste (1895, Rouir 798. Frontispice from E. RAMIRO, Supplément au catalogue gravé. Foxed. With two collector's marks (probab. 2 variants) of an unknown collector (Lugt 4175 and 4176)).

€ (100-150)
66 5905 Rops F  1833 1898 66 5905 Rops F 1833 1898
66/5905 Rops, F. (1833-1898). Le rappel. Etching, 21,2x13,2 cm, monogrammed "F.R." in pencil.

= Rouir 813, 2nd state (of 2). With the collector's stamp of Emile Hage (Lugt 869) on recto and Armand Gouzien (Lugt 1091) on a loosely added leaf.

AND an etching by the same titled "Metella".

€ (100-150) 120
66 5906 Rops F  1833 1898 66 5906 Rops F 1833 1898
66/5906 Rops, F. (1833-1898). Le roman d'une nuit. Helio-engraving with drypoint and vernis mou, 1883, 14,8x9,8 cm. (platemark), 13x7,1 cm. (image), monogrammed in the plate, on Japanese.

- Fine copy on leaf with broad margins.

= Apparently Rouir 561, 3rd state of 4, but Rouir gives different height measurements, both of the platemark and the border line. Also there are contour lines outside the central circle to the right, which are only very vaguely visible in the 2nd state illustrated by Rouir. It could be a very strong and very dark impression of the 3rd state or perhaps a state between the 2nd and 3rd state or perhaps a variant.

€ (70-90)
66 5907 Rosa S  1615 1673 66 5907 Rosa S 1615 1673
66/5907 Rosa, S. (1615-1673). Alexander in the studio of Apelles. Etching, 45x27,2 cm., 3-line Latin caption and "Salvator Rosa Inu. scul:" in the plate, on paper w. watermark of a donkey of horse within an oval (cf. Wallace) and "AGM S. FRANTIN[?]".

- Trimmed on/ just inside the plate mark; trifle dustsoiled; flattened horizontal fold.

= Wallace 114, 2nd state (of 2); Bartsch 4.

€ (100-150) 100
66 5908 Rosa S  1615 1673 66 5908 Rosa S 1615 1673
66/5908 Rosa, S. (1615-1673). Jason and the dragon. Etching, 34x21,8 cm., "Rosa" in the plate.

- Trimmed on/ just inside the plate mark; foxed; a few thin spots (1 tiny hole); a few remnants of paper tape on verso .

= Wallace 118; Bartsch 18.

€ (100-150) 190
66 5909 Rosa S  1615 1673 66 5909 Rosa S 1615 1673
66 5909 Rosa S  1615 1673 66 5909 Rosa S 1615 1673
66/5909 Rosa, S. (1615-1673). Saint William of Maleval. Etching, ±1661, 34,5x22,6 cm., signed in the plate (fine) - AND 1 other etching by F.J. WINDER (late 17th/ early 18th cent.), showing the Virgin and Child with St. Anne blessing the pilgrim St. James (19,5x13,7 cm., "F.J. WINDER fecit 1712" in the plate below the image).
€ (60-80) 130
66 5910 Rossini L  1790 1857 66 5910 Rossini L 1790 1857
66 5910 Rossini L  1790 1857 66 5910 Rossini L 1790 1857
66/5910 Rossini, L. (1790-1857). "Interno della Basilica della Fortuna Prenest.a ove si consultavano le sorti." Etching, 1826, 42x53,5 cm., engr. captions (i.a. "T.67") below.

- A few sl. yellowed spots. Ample margins. = Le Blanc 8(?).

AND 3 others similar: "Altra veduta dell' antica Via Consolare Tiburtina nella Villa di Mecenate in Tivoli" (restored frayed margins), "Interno del Sepolcro della famiglia Tossia vicino a Tivoli" (some sm. marginal tears just touching image) and "Avanzi creduti della Villa di Domiziano in Albano" (restored tears in left and right margin of image).

€ (200-300)
66 5911 Ruisdael J van 1628 1682 66 5911 Ruisdael J van 1628 1682
66/5911 Ruisdael, J. van (1628-1682). Two farmers with their dog. Etching, 18,4x27,1 cm., signed "Ruisdael f." in the plate.

- Good/ fine impression w. broad margins. Foxed (mainly) in margins; sl. yellowed; sm. marginal tears.

= Hollstein 2; Ackley 154. The 2nd state (of 2), with the clouds added. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CXXVI.

€ (300-500) 550
66 5912 Sadeler I J  1550 ±1600 66 5912 Sadeler I J 1550 ±1600
66/5912 Sadeler I, J. (1550-±1600). Riverscape with castle on a rock to the left. Engraving after P. BRIL, 19,5x27,2 cm., w. "Paulus Bril inve" in the image and "3" below the image in the plate.

- A few foxed spots. = Hollstein 578, the only state.

AND 4 others, i.a. by C. DE PASSE and after P. BRIL (both mounted).

€ (250-350)
66 5913 Sadeler I R  1560 1628 or 1632 66 5913 Sadeler I R 1560 1628 or 1632
66/5913 Sadeler I, R. (1560-1628 or 1632). Landscape. Engraving after P. BRIL, 19,7x26,5 cm., "Raph. Sadeler excudit" in the plate.

= Hollstein 223, first and only state.

AND 6 others, i.a. by R. SADELER II, J. SADELER (Abel's sacrifice) and a nice steelengr. "The Clubbists" after D. WILKIE by W. GREATBACH.

€ (100-150) 190
66 5914 Sadeler I R  1560 1628 or 1632 66 5914 Sadeler I R 1560 1628 or 1632
66/5914 Sadeler I, R. (1560-1628 or 1632). View of a harbour. Engraving after P. BRIL, 19,5x26,5 cm., w. "Paulus Bril inve" and "IC Visscher excudit" in the image and "1" below the image in the plate. Sadeler, A. (±1570-1629). Mountainous landscape with a hermit. Engraving after P. BRIL, 19,5x27,2 cm., w. "Paulus Bril inventor" in the image and "2" below the image in the plate. Sadeler I, J. (1550-±1600). Riverscape with castle on a rock to the left. Engraving after P. BRIL, 19,5x27,2 cm., w. "Paulus Bril inve" in the image and "3" below the image in the plate. Sadeler, A. (±1570-1629). Rocky landscape with the stigmatisation of S. Francis. Engraving after P. BREUGEL, 20,3x27 cm., w. "Br inve" in the image and "4" below the image in the plate.

- All broad margins; a few foxed spots/ tiny holes in margins.

= All copies in reverse from the same rare series numb. 1-4 on unif. thin 17th cent. paper. Ad 1: New Hollstein 217 (R. Sadeler I); ad 2: New Hollstein 206 (A. Sadeler); ad 3: New Hollstein 578 (J. Sadeler I); ad 4: New Hollstein 212 (A. Sadeler).

€ (400-600) 400
66 5915 Sadeler A  ±1570 1629 66 5915 Sadeler A ±1570 1629
66/5915 Sadeler, A. (±1570-1629). Mountainous landschape with Tobit and the Angel. Engraving after J. BREUGEL, 20,5x27,7 cm., with engr. "Ioan. Breugel inve" and "Iu. Sadeler ex" in the image.

- On rather thick paper, sl. creased. = Hollstein 208, only state.

AND the title-etching of "Verscheijde Ghesichten, in 't Haechsche Bos na 't Leven geteijckent" by R. ROGHMAN (Hollstein 33, 4th state of 5).

€ (150-250) 160