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74 5019 Cootwijck J  1714 1798 74 5019 Cootwijck J 1714 1798
74/5019 Cootwijck, J. (1714-1798). (Three putti in a niche, holding a medallion with the inscription "Felisitas Publica"). Printdrawing, printed in brown, framing lines in pen and brown ink, 11,5x11 cm., tipped onto mount, verso w. "J. Cootwijk Fecit" in pencil.

= Printdrawing in the manner of C. Ploos van Amstel (cf. Niemeijer p.128-129). Van Huffel p. 65, no.182. Rare.

(Herdsmen with cow, horse and flock of sheep).

Does, S. van (1653-±1717) (after). Printdrawing by J. VAN DE VELDE, 12,6x16 cm., signed "Jacob van de Velde ft 1769 na t. vd. Does" in pen and ink on verso.

= LNP 97.

AND 2 other printdrawings.

€ (100-150) 160
74 5020 Coronelli V M  1650 1718 74 5020 Coronelli V M 1650 1718
74/5020 Coronelli, V.M. (1650-1718). "Galeoni d'Inghilterra". Four engravings on 2 lvs., each ±13,2x17,5, within 2 engr. ornamental borders, both ±39x25,5 cm., from Atlante Veneto, ±1690.

= Not in Bartsch. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CI.

€ (400-600)
74 5021 Corot J B C  1796 1875 74 5021 Corot J B C 1796 1875
74/5021 Corot, J.-B.C. (1796-1875). Campagne boisée. Etching, 10x13 cm., signed "Corot" in lower left corner.

- Fine copy. = Printed on thick paper. Delteil 8, 2nd state (of 4).

AND 1 other by the same: Cavalier arrêté dans la campagne (prob. the "report (lithographique?)" mentioned under Delteil 99).

€ (100-150) 210
74 5022 Corot J B C  1796 1875 74 5022 Corot J B C 1796 1875
74/5022 Corot, J.-B.C. (1796-1875). "Paysage d'Italie". Etching, 14,8x23,1 cm., w. engr. title, "Corot sculp.", "Paris, Cadart & Luquet Editeurs" and "Imp. Delâtre (...) Paris" below image and no. "38" in upper right corner.

= Delteil 7 (2nd state of 3); Beraldi 7, the 2nd state (of 4). SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CI.

€ (400-600)
74 5023 Corot J B C  1796 1875 74 5023 Corot J B C 1796 1875
74/5023 Corot, J.-B.C. (1796-1875). "Paysage d'Italie". Etching, 14,8x23,1 cm., w. engr. title, "Corot sculp.", "Le Musée des deux mondes", "Librairie Bachelin Deflorenne" and "Imp. A. Cadart, Paris" below image.

- Two sm. tears in outer upper margin (1 cm.); vague crease in upper margin reaching into image.

= Delteil 7, 3rd state (of 3); Beraldi 7, 4th state (of 4).

€ (80-100) 100
74 5024 Corot J B C  1796 1875 74 5024 Corot J B C 1796 1875
74/5024 Corot, J.-B.C. (1796-1875). Souvenir d'Italie. Etching, 27,8x20,5 cm.

= Beraldi 5, before letters, tirage by Mr. F. Keppel on Arches (according to note in pencil in lower margin). Keppel was the owner of the orig. copperplate.

€ (100-150) 160
74 5025 Corot J B C  1796 1875 74 5025 Corot J B C 1796 1875
74/5025 Corot, J.-B.C. (1796-1875). Souvenir de Toscane. Etching, 12,2x17,8 cm., w. addresses of Corot and A. Salmon, titled and "Gazette des Beaux-Arts" in letterpress below the image, tipped onto mount.

- Sl. yellowed; foxing in blank margins.. = Delteil 1, 4th state (of 4).

€ (100-150) 100
74 5026 Cruikshank I R  1789 1856 74 5026 Cruikshank I R 1789 1856
74/5026 Cruikshank, I.R. (1789-1856). "Dandeis at Tea". Handcol. etching, 32x22,5 cm., London, T. Tegg, 1818. - AND 1 other by the same: "A Trifling Mistake!!" (handcol. etching after WOODWARD, London, T. Tegg, n.d. (±1820)).

= SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CII.

€ (100-150) 110
74 5027 Daret de Cazeneuve P  1604 1678 74 5027 Daret de Cazeneuve P 1604 1678
74/5027 Daret de Cazeneuve, P. (1604-1678). "Et tu dormies super latus tuum sinistrum, et pones iniquitates domus Israel super eo (...)". Engraving after J. BLANCHARD, 38x26,5 cm., "Daret sculpsit" and "Jacobus Blanchard pinxit 1638" below, publ. by P. Mariette, framed.

- Trimmed to the borderline and laid down on contemp. paper.

Schut, C. (1597-1655). Venus and Cupido, on the right in Vulcan's forge. Engraving, 24x30,5 cm., "Cornel. Schut inv cum privilegio" below.

- Doubled; strip of paper along upper margin verso. = Hollstein 121.

AND an engraving by C.J. VISSCHER, "Byrsa Amsterodamensis" (from GUICCIARDINI, first half 17th cent.).

€ (70-90) 130
74 5028 Daubigny C F  1817 1878 74 5028 Daubigny C F 1817 1878
74/5028 Daubigny, C.F. (1817-1878). "Le berger et la bergère". Etching, 1874, 25,4x19,6 cm., signed "Daubigny 1874" in the plate below the image.

= Delteil 122, the 3rd state (of 8).

AND 3 other etchings by the same, i.a. "Le Gué" (Delteil 118, the 5th and final state).

€ (80-100) 210
74 5029 Daubigny C F  1817 1878 74 5029 Daubigny C F 1817 1878
74/5029 Daubigny, C.F. (1817-1878). Le bouquet d'Annes. Cliché verre, 15,5x18,8 cm., signed "Daubigny" in the plate.

= Delteil 145. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CII.

€ (300-400) 300
74 5030 Daubigny C F  1817 1878 74 5030 Daubigny C F 1817 1878
74/5030 Daubigny, C.F. (1817-1878). Le lever du soleil. Etching, 13x23 cm., signed in lower left corner below image.

- Vague sl. foxing, almost solely in blank margins.

= Delteil 67, 3rd state of 5, before the address. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CIII.

€ (150-250) 450
74 5031 Davent L  act ±1540 1556 74 5031 Davent L act ±1540 1556
74/5031 Davent, L. (act. ±1540-1556). (Two female nudes and a putto). Engraving, prob. after FRANCESCO PRIMATICCIO, 19,7x11,7 cm., monogrammed "LDG" in the plate, ±1542/47.

- Left lower corner sl. cut short; lower right corner w. very sm. repaired chip/ tear; trimmed on/ to the borderline; tiny scattered dustspots.

= Zerner, LD 65; Bartsch 28.

AND 1 other by the same: Zerner LD 77.

€ (300-500) 2750
74 5032 David L  1802 1881 74 5032 David L 1802 1881
74/5032 David, L. (1802-1881). "Earthly paradise". Mezzotint after J. MARTIN, 20x30 cm., titled in French and English below the image, w. the address of Rittner & Goupil.
€ (40-60)
74 5033 Debucourt P L  1755 1832 74 5033 Debucourt P L 1755 1832
74/5033 Debucourt, P.-L. (1755-1832). (A village in winter with a smithy to the left). Col. aquatint heightened with colour, within black margins, 28,5x38,5 cm., w. "Dessiné et Gravé par P.L. Debucourt" and the address of Ch. Bance, Paris below image.

- Black upper margin dam.; margins strengthened on verso; lower half waterstained (less visible on recto than on verso).

= Rare.

AND 16 miscellanous others, 18th-20th cent., i.a. by F. COLLIGNON, J. PUNT, P. ROOSING, B. SLEPER and J.J.R. DE WETSTEIN PFISTER.

€ (70-90) 100
74 5034 Degas E  1834 1917  after 74 5034 Degas E 1834 1917 after
74/5034 Degas, E. (1834-1917) (after). l'Étoile. Colour helio(?)engraving, 25,9x17,8 cm., with "Degas" in pencil below print.

- Rubbed spots in lower margin. = After the painting now in Musée d'orsay. On thick paper w. watermark "BFK".

€ (60-80) 300
74 5035 Desboutin M G  1823 1902 74 5035 Desboutin M G 1823 1902
74/5035 Desboutin, M.-G. (1823-1902). Autoportrait ou LHomme au grand chapeau, grande planche. Etching and drypoint, 1888, 23x17,3 cm., signed "M Desboutin" in pencil.

= Clement-Janin 73: "Pièce réputée et assez rare".

AND 1 other by the same.

€ (150-250) 150
74 5036 Desboutin M G  1823 1902 74 5036 Desboutin M G 1823 1902
74/5036 Desboutin, M.-G. (1823-1902). Les premiers pas ou enfants de l'artiste. Etching, 19,8x27,8 cm., from Cahier d'Etudes eaux-fortes originales et inédites (1875).

- Sl. browned, especially outer blank margins.

AND 1 other etchings by the same ("Le repos de bébé") and by A. LEGROS (5x, 2x signed in pencil).

€ (80-100) 190
74 5037 Doetecum J van ? 1605 74 5037 Doetecum J van ? 1605
74/5037 Doetecum, J. van (?-1605). De Blauwe Huyck. Engraving, 37x28,4 cm.

- Three (old) flattened folds. Fine impression, possibly washed. Printed on paper with a watermark of crowned horn with a terminal flourish below of an inverted V (not traced).

= New Hollstein 790-C; F.M. 3620; The third leaf from the series with 23 proverbs, i.a. "De trouwe is lichter als een pluijm", "sWacht u voer de catzen, de voer lecken, en achter kratzen"; "Judas kusse geven", "Dese draget dat fuer in deene hant, twater in dander hant" and "Frowkens de geernn hier, en daer, den offer ontfanghen, moeten haer mans, de blauw huijcke omhangen".

€ (300-500) 900
74 5038 Doetecum j van ? 1605 or/ and Doetecum L van act 1554 1572 74 5038 Doetecum j van ? 1605 or/ and Doetecum L van act 1554 1572
74/5038 Doetecum, j. van (?-1605) or/ and Doetecum, L. van (act. 1554-1572). (Funerary monument). Engraving after CORNELIS FLORIS (II), 30,3x20,5 cm. (image), 1557.

- Trimmed to/ just outside the borderline; doubled w. very thin Japanese paper; sm. wormholed.

= Kat. Orn. Berlin I 76.13. From the series Veelderleij niewe inventien (...) (title and 14 prints).

Wtenbrouck, M. van (±1590/1600-1646/1647). Mercury and Argus. Three etchings, 12,7x18,3 cm., numb. "1", "2" and "3", 1x w. the address of "FLD Gartres".

- All trimmed to the image; no.1 and 2 with printing flaws. = Hollstein 32-34, all 3rd state of 3.

Sadeler I, J. ((±1550-±1600). The Calling of Abraham. Engraving after J. BASSANO, 19.8x26,1 cm. (image).

- Stains in upper part; closed tear in caption; trimmed to the image. = Hollstein 53.

AND ±30 others, i.a. by W. DIETERLIN, P. GALLE and J. GALLE.

€ (70-90) 750