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67 5348 Le Clerc S  1637 1714 67 5348 Le Clerc S 1637 1714
67/5348 Le Clerc, S. (1637-1714). Lot of 5 engravings. from two diff. series, ±14,2x27,3 or ±13,5x16,5 cm., all titled and w. French captions below the image.

- Occas. neatly closed tear. Good impressions on thick 19th cent. paper with ample margins.

= Comprises "La vertu plaisir quoy que vainque"; "La vertu est digne de l'empire du monde"; "La vertu surmonte tout obstacle"; "Ainsy par la vertu s'elevent les heros" and "Il est d'un roy de se vaincre soy même".

€ (60-80) 60
67 5349 Lepère A L  1849 1918 67 5349 Lepère A L 1849 1918
67/5349 Lepère, A.L. (1849-1918). "A Rovins". Etching, 14,2x20,7 cm., signed and titled in the plate (yellowed and some vague foxing). - AND 2 other etchings by the same: "L'Église de Jouy le Moutier" and "Le quartier des Gobelins".
€ (60-80) 110
67 5350 Leyden L van 1494 1533 67 5350 Leyden L van 1494 1533
67/5350 Leyden, L. van (1494-1533). Matthew. Engraving, 1511, 11,6x7,1 cm., monogram "L" in the plate.

- Vaguely foxed; thin corners.

= The New Hollstein 98b (of c), before the later edition. From the series Christ and the Apostles.

€ (350-450)
67 5351 Leyden L van 1494 1533  after 67 5351 Leyden L van 1494 1533 after
67/5351 Leyden, L. van (1494-1533) (after). The Conversion of St. Paul. Engraving, 28,4x40,2 cm., mongrammed and "1509" in the plate.

- Doubled w. thin paper; closed tears; middle-fold; sl. foxed. Sold w.a.f. = Cf. Holstein 107.

€ (100-150) 170
67 5352 Londerseel J van ±1570 ±1624 67 5352 Londerseel J van ±1570 ±1624
67/5352 Londerseel, J. van (±1570-±1624). Landscape with the temptation of Christ. Etching after D. VINCKBOONS, 35x48 cm., Latin verse at the bottom, with the address of C.J. Visscher.

- A few closed tears in margins, partly touching image; old annot. in pen in blank upper margin; number in blue pencil in lower right corner of the plate.

= Hollstein 17.

€ (100-150) 200
67 5353 Longueil J de 1730 1792 67 5353 Longueil J de 1730 1792
67/5353 Longueil, J. de (1730-1792). "Concert Méchanique Inventé par Rt. Richard, Exposé à la biblioteq. du Roi 1769." Engraving after C.J.D. EISEN, 24x23,5 cm., framed.

- Some foxing in lower (mainly blank) margin.

AND an engr. portrait of the composer J.Ph. Rameau by A. ST. AUBAIN after J.J. CASSIERI (1762, framed).

- Some dam. (and restored?) spots in lower corners; vague vertical fold in centre.

€ (80-100) 400
67 5354 Lorrain C  1600 1682 67 5354 Lorrain C 1600 1682
67/5354 Lorrain, C. (1600-1682). Berger et bergère conversant. Etching, ±1651, 19,9x25,5 cm., "Cl. G. Inu. et F. con licenza de sup." engr. below the image.

- Sl. later impression on very thin laid paper; trimmed on/ just within the borderline.

= Mannocci 41, 7th state and final state; Robert-Dumesnil 21.

€ (80-100) 120
67 5355 Lorrain C  1600 1682 67 5355 Lorrain C 1600 1682
67/5355 Lorrain, C. (1600-1682). Le Bouvier (The Cowherd). Etching, 1636, 12,7x19,4 cm., signed "Claudius in. et. f. Romae 1636 138 ne ficcen" in the plate below the image.

- Sl. later impression on very thin laid paper; trimmed on/ just outside the borderline.

= Mannocci 18, the 6th and final state: "With the genius of a true poet Claude has compressed into a few square inches all the charm of Virgil's Eclogues, all the beauty of pastoral life. Stately trees, fragrant meadows, a serene sky and a silvery river combine to form an ideal home for man and bird and beast."

AND a 19th. cent. impression of Le dessinateur by the same (Mannocci 36).

€ (120-150) 150
67 5356 Lorrain C  1600 1682 67 5356 Lorrain C 1600 1682
67/5356 Lorrain, C. (1600-1682). Le Campo Vaccino (The Roman Forum). Etching, ±1636, 19,8x25,7 cm., 2-line Latin caption below the image.

- Later impression on very thin 19th cent. laid paper; trimmed on/ just within the borderline; browned parts in the centre.

= Mannocci 17, the 9th and final state: "This is the only etching by Claude that depitcs a true view of Rome." Robert-Dumesnil 23.

AND a copy in reverse, probably by CIARTRES.

€ (100-150) 140
67 5357 Lorrain C  1600 1682 67 5357 Lorrain C 1600 1682
67/5357 Lorrain, C. (1600-1682). L'Enlèvement d'Europe (The Rape of Europa). Etching, 19,6x25,7 cm., "Claudio Gille I.N.V. F. Romae 1634" in the plate.

- Sl. later impression on very thin laid paper; trimmed on/ just within the borderline.

= Mannocci 14, probably the the 6th or 7th state (of 7); Robert-Dumesnil 22.

€ (80-100) 120
67 5358 Lorrain C  1600 1682 67 5358 Lorrain C 1600 1682
67/5358 Lorrain, C. (1600-1682). La Fuite en Egypte (The Flight into Egypt). Etching, ±1630-1633, 10,2x16,8 cm., tipped onto mount.

- Some vague foxing (especially on verso); verso w. paper tape along outer margins.

= Rare and fine early impression on Italian laid paper with watermark of crown topped by a star (Heawood 1120, 1618 and until ±1650). Mannocci 9, the first state (of 4). SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CXXVIII.

€ (4.500-5.000)
67 5359 Lorrain C  1600 1682 67 5359 Lorrain C 1600 1682
67/5359 Lorrain, C. (1600-1682). La Fuite en Egypte (The Flight into Egypt). Etching, 10x16,8 cm., "Clau" engr. in lower right corner image.

- Later impression on very thin 19th cent. laid paper; trimmed on/ just within the borderline; lacking sm. chip of upper left corner image.

= Mannocci 9, 4th and final state; Robert-Dumesnil 1.

AND another 19th cent. impression by the same of Paysage au dessinateur (Mannocci 2).

€ (80-100) 120
67 5360 Lorrain C  1600 1682 67 5360 Lorrain C 1600 1682
67/5360 Lorrain, C. (1600-1682). Le Naufrage. (The shipwreck). Etching, ±1638, 12,5x17,9 cm.

- Later impression on very thin 19th cent. paper; trimmed on or just inside the borderline.

= Mannocci 35, the 5th and final state; Robert-Dumesnil 7.

AND two 19th. cent. impressions by the same of La Tempête (Mannocci 6) and La dessinateur (Mannocci 36).

€ (150-250) 150
67 5361 Lorrain C  1600 1682 67 5361 Lorrain C 1600 1682
67 5361 Lorrain C  1600 1682 67 5361 Lorrain C 1600 1682
67 5361 Lorrain C  1600 1682 67 5361 Lorrain C 1600 1682
67/5361 Lorrain, C. (1600-1682). Le Port de mer à la grosse tour (Harbour with a large tower). Etching, ±1641, 13,5x19,2 cm.

- Sl. later impression on very thin laid paper; trimmed on/ just within the borderline.

= Mannocci 39, 6th and final state; Robert-Dumesnil 13.

AND 2 others by the same: Le port de mer au fanal (Mannocci 37, 5th and final state) and Le soleil levant (Mannocci 15, 7th state (of 8)).

€ (200-300) 200
67 5362 Lorrain C  1600 1682 67 5362 Lorrain C 1600 1682
67/5362 Lorrain, C. (1600-1682). Les quatre chèvres. Etching, 19,5x12,8 cm.

- Later impression on very thin 19th cent. paper; trimmed on/ just within the borderline.

= Mannocci 8, 4th and final state; Robert-Dumesnil 27.

AND 2 copies of a 19th. cent. impressions by the same of Le passage du gué (Mannocchi 12).

€ (100-150) 100
67 5363 Lorrain C  1600 1682 67 5363 Lorrain C 1600 1682
67/5363 Lorrain, C. (1600-1682). Scène de brigands. Etching, 12,6x19,7 cm., w. "Claudius in sup. P" vaguely engr. below the image.

- Sl. later impression on very thin laid paper; trimmed on/ just outside the borderline.

= Mannocci 11, 9th and final state; Robert-Dumesnil 12. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CXXVIII.

AND two 19th. cent. impressions by the same of La danse sur les arbres (Mannocci 19) and Le pont de bois (Mannocchi 28).

€ (150-250) 170
67 5364 Lorrain C  1600 1682 67 5364 Lorrain C 1600 1682
67/5364 Lorrain, C. (1600-1682). Le Temps, Apollon et les Saisons. Etching, 19,5x25,1 cm, with a 2-line Latin caption and "Claudio Gillee inven.Fec.Roma 1662 con lizcenza de super" below the image.

- Sl. later impression on very thin laid paper; trimmed on/ just within the borderline.

= Mannocci 43, 7th and final state; Robert-Dumesnil 20.

€ (80-100) 110
67 5365 Mander K van 1548 1606  after 67 5365 Mander K van 1548 1606 after
67/5365 Mander, K. van (1548-1606) (after). The Passion. Six (of 14) engravings of the series by J. DE GHEYN II, 1596-1598.

- Trimmed on/ outside the border line, plate 11 w. broad margins; plate 10 w. sm. hole near upper edge; a few sm. stains.

= No. 2, 7, 8, 10, 11 and 13 of the series. Hollstein (Van Mander) 58, 63, 64, 66 and 69, all first state of 2; Hollstein 67, 2nd state of 2.

€ (80-100) 140
67 5366 Mander K van 1548 1606  after 67 5366 Mander K van 1548 1606 after
67 5366 Mander K van 1548 1606  after 67 5366 Mander K van 1548 1606 after
67 5366 Mander K van 1548 1606  after 67 5366 Mander K van 1548 1606 after
67/5366 Mander, K. van (1548-1606) (after). The Wedding with Sarah. The Cure. The Departure of the Angel. Three (of 5) engravings of the series The Story of Tobias, engr. by J. DE GHEYN II, publ. by Joos de Bosscher or R. Baudous.

- All tipped onto later mounts, sl. creased in corners; first engraving sm. stains in lower part.

= New Hollstein (van Mander) 43-45, 1st or 2nd state of 2; New Hollstein (De Gheyn Family) 461-463, 1st or 2nd state of 2.

AND 6 engravings by C.J. VISSCHER after M. VOS (5x) and M. HEEMSKERCK, all biblical scenes.

€ (150-250) 150
67 5367 Marcus J E  1774 1826 67 5367 Marcus J E 1774 1826
67 5367 Marcus J E  1774 1826 67 5367 Marcus J E 1774 1826
67/5367 Marcus, J.E. (1774-1826). "Het studie-prentwerk." Series of 105 etchings, various sizes, signed and dated in the plate between December 1807 and Julij 1816, published by S. de Grebber, Amst., (1826), loose as issued, together w. the orig. textbook ((2),8p., engr. title), in modern hcl. portfolio w. 1 tie, folio.

- Lacks the list of contents; lvs. occas. sl. dustsoiled/ trifle frayed along extremities. Spine and corners portfolio dam./ worn.

= "Vooral Jacob Ernst Marcus dient te worden vermeld. Van 1807 tot 1816 gaf hij elke maand een prent uit, totaal 105 stuks (...) Marcus plaatst geen Griekse goden en godinnen in zijn landschappen, maar mensen, zo uit het werkelijke leven van die tijd weggelopen" (Grafiek in de 19e eeuw, p.19).

€ (150-250) 150