5208 - 5534 FINE ARTS - GRAPHIC ART, 16th-19th CENTURY
- Not examined out of frame. (Vaguely) foxed.
= Hollstein 20; F.M. 157; Atlas van Stolk 103. Impressive print. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CXX.
= New Hollstein 251, the 2nd state (of 2) (Johannes Stradanus).
- Lacks the title plate; all plates cut short within the borderline and w. loss of image; two plates w. sm. chip; a few sm. stains.
= Hollstein 1.
- Trimmed on the borderline; w. a few sm. redrawn sections in pencil; paper sl. thin due to former mounting.
= Bartsch XII, p.46. Rare print.
= Hollstein 5, the second state (of 2).
AND 8 others.
- Both brittle paper caused by waterdam. and w. vertical crease. The second w. 2 repaired tears and lacking part of lower margin.
= Hollstein 6 and 7, both 1st state (of 3).
= After an etching from Hugo, Sonnets et Eaux fortes (1869).
AND 4 other 19th cent. etchings, i.a. by J. LAURENS and A. LALAUZE.
- Good impressions on 18th cent. paper w. ample margins.
= Complete set of etchings, with the later added title. Hollstein 1-6, all 3rd state (of 3). SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CXX.
AND 12 others bound together, i.a. copies in reverse of 'Het Bullenboekje' by A. BLOOTELING after P. POTTER.
= Delteil 98, state 5 (of 6), but without caption "Salon de 1861".
- Cut to the borderline; foxed; sm. portion upper right corner torn off. Sold w.a.f.
- One engr. sl. frayed.
AND 1 similar engraving by J.B. PATAS after C. MONET.
- Doubled; cut to the image, but with address below; partly margin w. address torn. Sold w.a.f.
= Diana, Mercury, Mars, Venus and Minerva.
AND 3 others by the same, i.a. Triumph of Bacchus (cut short) and 2 later impressions.
- Traces of former mounting on verso; two old vertical folds in centre strengthened on verso; upper margin strengthened on verso; six princes and six columns below the image numbered in pen and ink in old hand.
= Hollstein 95, 3rd state of 3. Rare. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CXXI.
- Doubled; yellowed; browned spots; sm. holes in the image; cut just outside the borderline.
= Bartsch XIV, 206.
- Tiny tears and miniscule hole in the face of Adonis. Trimmed on/ just inside the borderline.
= Calabi 20. Not in Bartsch. Rare. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CXX.
- Trifle foxed; a few sm. creases.
= Bemme was one of the first Dutch artists using lithography. See Lithografie in Nederland, p.24-25.
Klein, J.A. (1792-1875). "6 Blätter Hunde". Series of 6 etchings, ±8,5x11 cm., signed/ monogrammed in the plate, Nürnberg, 1832. - AND 10 other prints w. dogs, i.a. by the same and by STRADANUS (early 17th cent.).
- Good impression; sl. browned; ample margins; tipped onto mount; upper left corner torn.
= Hollstein 28, 2nd state (of 2).
Idem. The hunting dogs. Etching, 14,8x13,2 cm., monogrammed "K.DV.I fe" in the plate and numb. "5".
= Hollstein 5, the 3rd state (of 3).
AND 2 others by the same: Hollstein 36 and 38.
- Doubled; closed tears in lower corners; some dark stains in lower margin. = Meder/ Hollstein 294.
AND 3 other 16th cent. woodcuts, i.a. a portrait of Heinrich II.
- Repaired tear in lower left corner.
AND 5 etchings after L. VAN LEYDEN from the small Passion series and 4 engravings after H. ALDEGREVER (i.a. 3x The Story of Susanna).