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67 5388 Novelli F  1764 1836 67 5388 Novelli F 1764 1836
67/5388 Novelli, F. (1764-1836). The sleeping philosopher. Etching after F. BOL, 13,6x11,1 cm.

- Right corners sl. dam.; w. annots. and remnants of former mount on verso. With the collector's stamp of J. Cantacuzène (Lugt 4030) on former mount in lower right corner.

= Copy in reverse of Hollstein (Bol) 11.

Anonymous (18th cent.). The Deposition. Etching after REMBRANDT, 4,6x9,1 cm.

- Dam. spot in left margin; vaguely stained.

= Copy in the same direction after New Hollstein 119 (this copy not listed).

AND 3 others: after REMBRANDT, J. STEEN and P. WOUWERMAN.

€ (50-70) 50
67/5389 Ornaments  Lot of 11 ornament prints 67/5389 Ornaments Lot of 11 ornament prints
67/5389 [Ornaments]. Lot of 11 ornament prints, etchings and engravings, by i.a. G. VISSCHER, G.M. CASSINI, G. VAN DER GOUWEN and L.-M. BONNET, various sizes, mainly 18th cent.

- Sl. dustsoiled; mostly fine.

€ (70-90) 90
67 5390 Os P G van 1776 1839 67 5390 Os P G van 1776 1839
67 5390 Os P G van 1776 1839 67 5390 Os P G van 1776 1839
67/5390 Os, P.G. van (1776-1839). Lot of 6 etchings, i.a. after P. POTTER, "Vlucht der geplukte Haan" and the title-page "Etswerk van P.G. van Os Ao 1811". - AND 2 etchings by L. OVERBEEK.
€ (70-90) 150
67 5391 Ostade A van 1610 1685 67 5391 Ostade A van 1610 1685
67/5391 Ostade, A. van (1610-1685). The doll. Etching, 10,2x8,8 cm., signed and dated "1679" in the plate, under passepartout.

- Trimmed just outside the border line; sm. chip in lower right corner; sm. closed tear just above monogram; doubled w. very thin Japanese.

= Godefroy and Hollstein 16, the 4th state (of 4).

Idem. The Knifegrinder. Etching, ±1682, 8,4x7,2 cm., signed "A. v. Ostade" in the plate.

- Trimmed 1/2 mm. outside border line; doubled w. very thin Japanese.

= Hollstein/ Godefroy 36, 3rd state of 3.

€ (150-250) 170
67 5392 Ostade A van 1610 1685 67 5392 Ostade A van 1610 1685
67/5392 Ostade, A. van (1610-1685). Man and woman talking. Etching, 10x8 cm., monogrammed in lower left corner "A.v.O."

- Trifle rubbed in upper left corner. Otherwise fine.

= Hollstein/ Godefroy 37, the fourth state of five. Rare.

€ (150-250) 250
67 5393 Ostade A van 1610 1685 67 5393 Ostade A van 1610 1685
67/5393 Ostade, A. van (1610-1685). Peasant leaning on his doorway. Etching, 10,5x8,7 cm., "Av. Ostade" in the image.

- Broad margins; top blank margin reattached; vague traces of former annots. in lower blank margin; washed.

= Hollstein and Godefroy 9, 2nd state (of 4).

€ (250-350)
67 5394 Ostade A van 1610 1685 67 5394 Ostade A van 1610 1685
67/5394 Ostade, A. van (1610-1685). The quacksalver. Etching, 14,7x12,3 cm.

- Some vague foxing; otherwise a very good, 18th cent. impression, good margins.

= Godefroy/ Hollstein 43, 9th/ 10th (final) state; cat. Fry coll. 78.1.

€ (150-250) 150
67 5395 Ostade A van 1610 1685 67 5395 Ostade A van 1610 1685
67/5395 Ostade, A. van (1610-1685). The smoker and the drinker. Etching, ±1682, 7,8x6 cm., "Av.Ostade" in the plate.

- Trimmed just outside the borderline; doubled w. very thin Japanese.

= Hollstein/ Godefroy 13, the 6th and final state.

Idem. Peasant in a pointed fur cap. Etching, ±1640, 6,8x5,7 cm., "Av.O" in the plate.

- Doubled w. very thin Japanese; trimmed just outside the borderline. = Hollstein/ Godefroy 3, the 7th state (of 7).

€ (100-150) 170
67 5396 Ostade A van 1610 1685 67 5396 Ostade A van 1610 1685
67/5396 Ostade, A. van (1610-1685). The woman winding upon a reel. Etching, 9,6x7,8 cm., w. engr. "Av.O" in the image.

- Trimmed 1/ 2 mm outside border line; closed tear near lower right corner; doubled w. very thin Japanese.

= Hollstein/ Godefroy 25, the 6th state (of 6).

€ (70-90) 120
67 5397 Palma II J  ±1548 1628  attrib  67 5397 Palma II J ±1548 1628 attrib
67 5397 Palma II J  ±1548 1628  attrib  67 5397 Palma II J ±1548 1628 attrib
67/5397 Palma II, J. (±1548-1628) (attrib.). La Renommée sonnant de la trompette. Etching, 26x17,2 cm., numb. "26" in reverse in lower right corner.

- A few closed holes/ tears in the image; partly stained; trimmed just outside the border.

= Bartsch XVI, 18.

AND 1 other by the same (Bartsch XVI, 24).

€ (150-250)
67 5398 Parigi A  1606 1656 67 5398 Parigi A 1606 1656
67/5398 Parigi, A. (1606-1656). "Quarta muta dove escono delle grott i cavalieri e dame, dopo escono i cavalieri a cavallo." Etching, 18x23,6 cm., monogrammed "AP" in the image and w. engr. caption and "Alfonso Parigi I et F" below image.

- Trimmed on/ inside the plate mark. Fine copy.

= Scene with dancers in a rocky landscape; an illustration to 'The liberation of Roger from the Isle of Alcina'.

€ (150-250)
67 5399 Parmigianino 1503 1540  after 67 5399 Parmigianino 1503 1540 after
67 5399 Parmigianino 1503 1540  after 67 5399 Parmigianino 1503 1540 after
67/5399 Parmigianino (1503-1540) (after). (The entombment of Christ). Etching, 24x20 cm., w. "F. Par in" and "Iacobus Christianus excud." engr. in the image.

- Doubled; trimmed on/ inside the borderline; lacking part of upper right corner image; sl. dustsoiled; some dam./ scratched spots to the surface.

AND 12 woodcut ills. by/ after G. GIOLITO DE FERRARI, from L. Ariosto, Orlando Furioso (Lyon, 1556).

€ (120-150) 160
67 5400 Payne J  act 1620 1640 67 5400 Payne J act 1620 1640
67/5400 Payne, J. (act.1620-1640). "Frittetaria, The Kinges Carnation, A Tulipa". Engraving, ±1620, 14x20 cm. (platemark).

- Sl. soiled.

= Rare. No. 4 from the series Flora: flowers fruicts beastes birds and flies exactly drawne, With their true colours lively described (title and 12 engravings). Also shows is a mouse, frog, hazelnuts and a cut pear. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CXXIX.

€ (100-150) 250
67 5401 Pencz G  ±1500 1550  ? 67 5401 Pencz G ±1500 1550 ?
67/5401 Pencz, G. (±1500-1550) (?). The suicide of Dido. Engraving, 9,5x6,6 cm., monogrammed "PG" and "Dido" in the plate.

- Trimmed to the borderline. A fine copy.

= Nowadays no longer officially attributed to Pencz, but the work remains invariably catalogued under this artist's name. Hollstein unnumbered, p.225 ("In older literature attributed to Pencz, according to the PG monogram"); Bartsch 85 ("Ce morceau est incontestablement gravé par G. Pencz, quoique le monogramme différe de celui dont il s'est servi ordinairement").

€ (250-350) 250
67 5402 Perelle G  1600 1677 67 5402 Perelle G 1600 1677
67/5402 Perelle, G. (1600-1677). (Herdsmen and horserider in woodlands). Etching and engraving, 27,6x39,5 cm., "Perelle Invent et fecit" and "le Blond Exc." in the plate.

- A few shallow creases; tape ghosts on verso.

Smith (of Chichester), J. (±1717-1764). (Cattle and fishermen on the shores of a river, village and the coast in the background). Engraving, 21,5x34 cm., "John Smith pinx et Sculp. Chichester" in the plate.

- Browned; paper remnants of former passepartout on verso. = Paper with watermark "1742".

AND 18 others, i.a. by ROMEYN DE HOOGHE and KAREL DUJARDIN.

€ (80-100) 160
67 5403 Perelle G  1600 1677 67 5403 Perelle G 1600 1677
67/5403 Perelle, G. (1600-1677). (Months of the year). Twelve etchings, each 9x15,2 cm., each titled to the month below the image and numb. "73" to "84" in lower right corner in the plate, together under 2 passepartouts.

- Occas. vaguely foxed/ dustsoiled. "81" to "84" rather grey impressions.

AND 7 other landscape etchings by the same, published by P. MARIETTE.

= SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CXXIX.

€ (250-350)
67 5404 Pether W  1731 1821 67 5404 Pether W 1731 1821
67/5404 Pether, W. (1731-1821). "Tiberius Hemsterhuys". Mezzotint portrait after J. PALTHE, 35x25 cm.

- Fine impression.

€ (70-90) 70
67 5405 Piranesi F  1758 1810 67 5405 Piranesi F 1758 1810
67 5405 Piranesi F  1758 1810 67 5405 Piranesi F 1758 1810
67/5405 Piranesi, F. (1758-1810). "Ustencilles de ménage, des anciens trouvés à Pompeïa." Etching, 53x63,5 cm., caption and "Dessiné par F. Piranesi l'an 1805" below, "Vol. I" and "Pl. IV" in upper corners, from Antiquités de la Grande Grèce, aujourd'hui Royaume de Naples (Paris, 1807).

- Doubled; piece of brown(ed) tape on verso just on/ outside right platemark, and shining through.

Idem. "Volta, e Parete d'una delle Cammere appartenenti all fabrica di delizia contigua al Circo di Caracalla". "Bassorilievo Antico di Marmo esistente in Velletri nel Museo Borgiano". Two etchings, 37,5x51/ 36x24 cm., caption and "Cav: Franco Piranesi incise"/ "Cav: Francesco Piranesi inc. 1786" below, the first w. "20" in upper right corner.

- The first w. small tear in outer left blank margin.

= Plates produced for G.B. PIRANESI, Vasi, candelabri, cippi, (...), first publ. 1778. The first print is from a later edition: the number 20 in the corner follows the order of Piranesi's catalogue of 1792 and of the Firmin-Didot edition of 1836. No watermark. Wilton-Ely p.983/ p.1060 and Focillon following F618/ F693.

AND 4 others by the same, all but 1 from Antiquités de la Grande Grèce: Vol. I, Pl. X "Plan et Elevation d'une Boutique de Traiteur (...) Pompeia"; Vol. I, Pl. XXV "Plan et Elévation de la 2e. Taverne à droite avec ses fourneaux (...) Pompeïa"; Vol. II, Pl. LXIV "Démonstration en grand des gonds qui soutenaient la porte de l'enceinte du temple d'Isis" and "Statua sepolcrale del Cav. Giambatista Piranesi scolpita dall'Angelini (...)" (after T. PIROLI).

€ (200-300) 200
67 5406 Piranesi G B  1720 1778 67 5406 Piranesi G B 1720 1778
67 5406 Piranesi G B  1720 1778 67 5406 Piranesi G B 1720 1778
67 5406 Piranesi G B  1720 1778 67 5406 Piranesi G B 1720 1778
67/5406 Piranesi, G.B. (1720-1778). "Appartenenze d'antiche terme con scale che conducono alla palestra, e al teatro." Etching from Opere varie, 15,5x20 cm., engr. captions above, unsigned.

- Fine. = Wilton-Ely 47; Focillon 126.

AND 5 others: 4 small etchings by the same from vol. I of Le Antichità Romane (Tav. IX Fig. I, Tav. X Fig I, Tav. XI Fig. I and Tav. XIX Fig. II. The latter w. Fleur de lis watermark) and L. PIRANESI, "Veduta del Tempio della Concordia" (etching, 13x20 cm.).

€ (300-500) 300
67 5407 Piranesi G B  1720 1778 67 5407 Piranesi G B 1720 1778
67/5407 Piranesi, G.B. (1720-1778). "Avanzi di una Sala appartenente al Castro Pretorio nella Villa Adriana in Tivoli." Etching from the series Vedute di Roma, 33,7x57,5 cm., "Cavalier Piranesi F." below the image, 1774.

- On unfolded leaf, no watermark. Trifle/ sl. yellowed due to former passepartout; sl. foxed in outer blank margins.

= Actually the apse of the so-called Hall of the Philosophers. Wilton-Ely 245; Focillon 831; Hind 112, 1st state (of 3), before the numbers. SEE ILLUSTRATION ON TITLE-PAGE.

€ (200-300) 300