5390 - 5740 FINE ARTS - GRAPHIC ART, 16th-19th CENTURY
- Lacks the title and the Tuscan order; a few repaired tears in blank margins (occas. just touching the image); Composita w. a sm. tear on the platemark; trifle foxed.
= Shows the six phases of the life of man illustrated according to the orders of architecture. Hollstein 436-439 and 441, all 1st state (of 2 or 3). With a facsimile reprint. Rare. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CXLVIII.
- Sl. browned; sl. foxed, mostly in margins. = Hollstein 126, 2nd state (of 3).
- Broad margins. Right margin soiled; a few foxed spots on verso shining through on recto; sl. frayed and yellowed in outer upper and lower blank margins.
= Hollstein 119, probably the 1st state (of 2) (on paper without watermark). SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CXLVII.
- All upper corners trifle wrinkled and partly trifle stained form former mount on verso; the autumn print w. sm. surface dam. in image.
= Winterberg 75-77, 2nd state (of 2).
- Corners some creases; vague waterst.
AND 11 others, i.a. after M.A. RAIMONDI, L. TETTELIN and L. GLAUBER.
- Outer blank margins strengthened w. paper on verso. Othewise fine.
= The final plate (no. 7) of the series of The Conquest of the Citadel of Antwerp in August 1577. Hollstein 1931.
- All trimmed to the platemark and laid down on laid paper, otherwise fine copies, only a few scattered small spots.
= Numbers 4, 5, 7-11, 15, 17 (De Jode) and 20. Hollstein (Wierix Family) 90-110, 2nd state (of 2, w. the letters); Hollstein (De Vos) 436-459.
- Flattened old fold; old handling creases; blank margins w. some defects; some coats of arms col. w. red pencil.
= Hollstein 1333; F.M. 723; Atlas van Stolk 604. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CXLIX.
- Tipped onto paper mount; remnants of former tipping in on verso; formerly folded; one tiny hole in image.
= Hollstein 385, reduced variant of Hollstein 384. With the collector's stamp of Friedrich August II of Saxony in lower right corner (Lugt 972).
Idem. The life of Ignatius of Loyola. Engraving, ±1613, 10,4x6,5 cm., w. engr. caption and "Hieronymus Wierx fecit et excud. Cum Gratia et Privilegio. Piermans.".
- Tipped onto paper mount.
= Hollstein 1496, 2nd state of 2. With the collector's stamp of Friedrich August II of Saxony in lower right corner (Lugt 972).
- Lacks sm. piece of lower left corner; tipped in; portion of collector's stamp in lower right corner; some weak spots in paper.
= Hollstein 272.
Wierix, A. (±1552-±1624). Jonah cast into the Sea. Engraving after M. DE VOS, 10,8x9 cm., engr. caption and "M. de Vos inv.", "Ant. Wierx sculpt." and "I. Baptista Vrints ex" below image.
- Lacks lower right corner w. some loss of text; some trifle foxing.
= Hollstein 49, 2nd and final state. With the collector's stamp of Friedrich August II of Saxony in lower right corner (Lugt 972).
AND 3 other engravings, probably all by the Wierix family, i.a. by J. WIERIX (Hollstein 1202).
= Attractive print showing various activities concerning wine, i.a. tending a vineyard, harvesting and of course consuming.