5636 - 5985 PRINTS - GRAPHIC ART, 16th-19th CENTURY
- Waterstained in right blank margin and lower corners (sl. affecting image and captions); trifle foxed/ soiled.
= Very early lithograph. Le Blanc 121.
AND a large aquatint view "Veduta del Villaggio di S. Remy".
- A few restored/ strengthened spots; doubled w. japanese; modern impression.
= White/ Boon 45, 2nd state (of 2); New Hollstein 279, 3rd state (of 3). SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CXXIII.
- Fine impression; trimmed just outside the platemark; sl. foxed; lower left corner restored w. paper on verso; upper margin strengthened w. tape on verso; sm. inkstain in the middle of the right side.
= New Hollstein 189, 5th state, (of 9). With the collector's stamps of S.N. Mosoloff (Lugt 2362). SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CXXIII.
- Somewhat weak, greyish impression; thin spots on all corners restored.
= New Hollstein 183, 1st state (of 3). White/ Boon 92, 1st state (of 2). Rare in first state. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CXXIV.
- Trimmed on the borderline; restoration in narrow right blank margin; sm. tear in lower right corner professionally repaired w. paper (visible on verso).
= New Hollstein 223, only state. Partial collector's stamp of L'Arte Antica (Lugt 3403). SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CXXIV.
- Sl. foxed; 18th cent. impression.
= Provenance the estate of Jan Veth and heirs. New Hollstein 196, 3rd state (of 3); White/ Boon 79, 2nd state (of 2).
- Sl. foxed; tiny hole in one foxed spot. Otherwise a fine early impression on 17th cent. paper w. foolscap, 7 pointed collar watermark (±1660).
= New Hollstein 312, 2nd state (of 6); White Boon 94, 2nd state; Bartsch 94. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CXXIV.
- A very fine (early) 17th cent. impression, trimmed to the borders (lower margin trimmed just within the borders). Otherwise in fine condition.
= Provenance the estate of Jan Veth and heirs. New Hollstein 140, 1st or 2nd state (of 4); White/ Boon (Hollstein) 97, the 1st state (of 2); Bartsch 97. From the collection of F.V.Th. Baron Isendoorn à Blois with the "W/C" of Wolff/ Cohen in pencil on verso (the "W" somewhat faint (partly erased)). Lugt 2610 in extenso on the fine quality of the Isendoorn de Blois collection, i.a. "Il y avait 197 nos d'eaux-fortes de Rembrandt". Also with the manuscript entry in pencil on verso of "coll. de Vries". SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CXXV.
- Rather grey impression on 19th cent. paper.
= New Hollstein 161, 3rd and final state; White/ Boon 368.
- Fine impression with ample margins.
= New Hollstein 138, 3rd state (of 4); White/ Boon 68, 2nd state (of 2). SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CXXV.
- Grey, late 18th cent. impression, narrow margins. Sl. foxed; oblique fold in lower left corner, vaguely visible on recto.
= New Hollstein 185, 4th state (of 4). SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CXXVI.
= Delteil 8, the second state (of 2).
- Trimmed to the borderline; tiny foxed spot; tiny rubbed spot; sm. marginal tear at right; sm. closed marginal tear at left.
= Hollstein 1, the 3rd and final state. With the collector's stamp of Alexander Beugo on verso ("ABEUGO" in monogram; Lugt 82).
- Trimmed on the platemark; tiny portion of upper right corner restored; a few vaguely foxed spots.
= Hollstein 16, only state.
- Pasted to paper mount along upper blank margin.
= Hollstein 33, the 3rd state (of 5). With the collector's stamp of Johann Nepomuk Seiler (1793-1876) (Lugt 3976) on verso.
- Good impression w. broad margins; sl. yellowed. = Hollstein 23, the 3rd state (of 3).
Londonio, F. (1723-1783). (Shepherd and shepherdess with sheep and a horse). Etching, 18x25,2 cm., printed on blue paper, tipped onto mount.
- A few tiny brown spots (mainly) in centre; marginal fold in lower right corner; tiny tear in centre upper edge; paper sl. thin on a few spots.
AND 1 other etching by J.A. KLEIN.
= Rouir 621 and 581, 3rd state of 3. Used as a frontispiece for H. CANTEL, Amours et priapées (1869) and L. PROTAT, Quatre petits poèmes libertins (1864) respectively. Perhaps printed separately from the editions of the books.
- Second print foxed.
= Rouir 622, 2nd state of 2 (first state extremely rare, not found by Rouir) and 623, 2nd state of 4 (Rouir erronuously illustrated the first state as 2nd).
AND 3 others by the same: Les cousines de la colonelle (helio-engr. Rouir 614); Le Diable dupé par les femmes (helio-engr. w. etching, on Japanese. Rouir 615, 3rd state of 3) and Les joyeusetés galantes du vidame de la braguette (etching and drypoint, on Chinese. Rouir 635, prob. 3rd state of 3).
= Rouir 891 (giving sl. diff. dimensions), 4th state of 4.
AND 3 others after F. ROPS, i.a. A. BERTRAND, La Dentellière de profil (etching with aquatint and drypoint. After a drawing by Rops, a variation of the design of L'expert en dentelle).