5636 - 5985 PRINTS - GRAPHIC ART, 16th-19th CENTURY
= Delteil 254; Harris 234, 3rd state (of 7).
- On paper w. watermark "A.R." Felipe III w. very light surface dam. (silverfish?) in left and right margin of image; very vaguely/ trifle foxed. Margarita w. a few very thin printer's flaws running through her clothing, otherwise fine.
= Impressive equestrian portraits. Harris 5 and 6, both 4th and final ed. of the 3rd state, issued ±1920s in an extremely small number; Delteil 6 and 7.
- On paper w. watermark "A.R.". Hardly visible waterstain in lower left corner, partly in image. Otherwise fine.
= Impressive equestrian portrait. Harris 10, 4th and final ed. of the 3rd state, issued ±1920s in an extremely small number; Delteil 11.
- On paper w. watermark "A.R." A few foxed specks, otherwise fine.
= Impressive equestrian portrait. Harris 8, 4th and final ed. of the 3rd state, issued ±1920s in an extremely small number; Delteil 9.
- Yellowed in blank margins due to former passepartout (starting ±1 cm. outside plate mark); a few foxed specks within plate mark.
= Harris 175, III, 2nd to 7th ed. From the "Fatales consequencias" series. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CXIII.
- Most plates sl./ trifle foxed in broad blank margins; occas. brown staining in inner/ left margin; plate 1, 28 and A and the two portraits by Loizelet (sl.) waterstained in margins but not affecting image.
= Third edition of the La Tauromaquia, the first edition with the 7 extra plates. Harris 204-243 III,3. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CXIV.
- Good impression with much contrast on paper with foolscap watermark. Trimmed on/ just outside the platemark; rubbed spot in the sky in upper right corner and blank caption below the image; a few vague stains.
= Formerly attributed to Jan van de Capelle. Hollstein (v. Goyen) 7 and Hollstein (Capelle) 8, the 2nd state (of 5). SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CXIV.
- Trimmed outside the platemark; a few unobtrusive vertical lines.
= Hollstein 4, 4th state (of 4).
- Sl. yellowed. = Bartsch (Italian) XIX 96.21, only state.
AND 2 similar by the same (Bartsch XIX, 99.27 and 100.29: both only state).
- Trimmed just outside the borderline.
= Bartsch (Italian) 49. Fine wooded river landscape with a walled town on the left, on the right a fisherman in a moored boat scaring a child with a snake.
Idem. La tour grénelée. Etching, 12,1x16,4 cm., "Gio; fran.co bolognese fecit" engr. in lower left corner.
- Trifle foxed; trimmed partly to upper borderline; sm. pieces of paper pasted on verso in corners.
= Bartsch (Italian) 17. Verso unidentified ms. collector's mark "JW 1799"(?).
- Fine and w. ample margins. = Hollstein 21-23. All three w. unidentified collector's mark in lower right corner.
AND 7 others, i.a. by/ after S. ROSA, A. CUYP, P. NOLPE and a woodcut by A. DÜRER (on 18th cent. paper).
- Occas. mounted/ w. yellow stains/ frayed along extremities/ sl. yellowed.
= Incl. the title-plate for De Lacollombe, Nouveaux desseins d'Arquebuseries (Paris, 1730).
- Good impression; trimmed outside the borderline; 2 vertical blank printing folds in the image; edges nicely mounted on later laid paper.
= Hollstein 3, 2nd state (of 2), with strong borderlines and the number added.
= F.M. portretten 5014. Provenance: Unicorno collection.
- Trifle yellowed/ age-toned.
= Kramm p. 639; Cat. Harlemia Illustrata 700-703 ("Hansen (...) maakte volgens Kramm drie series van ieder 6 stuks landschapjes (...). Van de 18 stuks zijn er 4 in de omstreken van Haarlem te situeren en waarschijnlijk ontstaan in de jaren 1793-'94 toen Hansen in Haarlem werkzaam was").
AND 1 other similar by the same: "te Bergen in Kennemerland".
- Broad margins (sl. foxed). = Van der Feltz 626; F.M. Portretten 17; Wurzbach 2; cf. Van Someren 227.
- All trifle dustsoiled. = Paulson 156-163, with extensive explanation. Final states.
- Trifle yellowed in lower blank margin; narrow margins. Very thin traces of two hairs that were apparently present between the copperplate and the paper at the time of printing.
= Pennington/ Parthey 1951, only state. Very rare and beautiful still life of furs and other fashion accessories. "Hollars still lifes of muffs are true masterpieces, displaying his ability to capture the softness of fur using only a series of etched lines. Apart from muffs, this composition also includes satin gloves, lace handkerchiefs, a velvet mask, and a feather fan - a variety of textures and materials that show off his skills as an etcher. Hollar was the first printmaker to use womens accessories as the basis for still life." (Rijksmuseum site, http://hdl.handle.net/10934/RM0001.COLLECT.32808). SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CXV.
- Three prints sl. stained on verso (hardly visible on recto); one of those prints w. thin spots/ lines and tear in one thin line; one print trifle yellowed; one print fine.
= "Besagno", "Bey Genoa" (3x) and "S. Iuliano d'Arba". Pennington 1095 (2nd state of 3, Tooker's address erased) and 1097-1100 (1x 2nd/ 3x 1st state of 2). Three prints with the collector's stamp of G.A. Cardew (1865-1942) on verso (Lugt 1134).
AND 6 others by the same: 3 duplicates of the above (nr. 4 and 5 (2x), all 2nd state), a view near Dormenskirch and Rindorp (P.840, 3rd and final state; trifle foxed) and 2 views near Prague (P.697 and P.776, both only state. The second w. sm. portion of lower corner torn off).