3411 - 4507 FINE ARTS - MODERN ART. PRINTS, DRAWINGS, WATERCOLOURS and PAINTINGS
- Sl. yellowed; a few bleeched spots in blank margins. = Van Wisselingh 231, 100 impressions.
= Van Wisselingh 84, 100 impressions.
AND 2 other etchings by the same: Een sultan (signed in pen and ink, on Japanese. Yellowed; Van Wisseling 21) and Een straatje in Beyroet (monogr. and "No 35" in pencil. Van Wisselingh 109).
= Not in Van Wisselingh (but see www.mariusbauer.nl no. Z474 (under Stamboel)). From Portefeuille der Nederlandsche Etsclub, year 5 (1890). Rare.
AND 1 other.
- Unevenly sl. browned in margins.
= Van Wisselingh 143, 100 impressions. From the series Akédysséril, one of the separately published copies (?).
Graadt van Roggen, J.M. (1867-1959). Molen in Bretagne. Woodcut, 1925, 24,5x29,7 cm., monogrammed in the block, on thin Japanese.
- Sl. yellowed. = Louter/ Lemmens E31.
AND an etching and a lithograph by DICK VAN LUIJN and an etching by J. HILLENIUS (unsigned).
= Van Wisselingh 219, 100 impressions.
= Van Wisselingh 87 and 76, both 100 impressions.
- Yellowed. = Van Wisselingh 206, 100 impressions. With the original Van Wisselingh ticket on verso.
= Van Wisselingh 230, 100 impressions.
Idem. La souveraine du Habad entra dans Bénarès. Etching, 1894, 19,8x29,2 cm., signed "M Bauer" and "No 66" in pencil, on Japanese.
= Van Wisselingh 146, 100 impressions. From the series Akëdysséril, one of the 100 separately published copies.
= Titled in a different hand "The Interval" in pencil.
AND 1 other showing a seated ballet dancer by E. GORDON CARTER.
- Sl. yellowed. Portfolio foxed round outer sides of covers. = Unnumbered copy.
- Paper browned and sl. duststained.
= Probably a preliminary sketch. Artist identified on gallery ticket on verso frame.
= SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE IV.
AND 1 other lithograph by the same, (Boerenkermis in Limburg. We zullen hem raken) (signed in pencil, mounted under passepartout).
- Yellowed; sm. tears in blank margins.
Idem. (Boerenkermis in Limburg. We zullen hem raken). Lithograph, 22,3x21,1 cm., signed "Willem van den Berg" in pencil. - AND 1 other lithograph by the same, (Crucifixion).