4919 - 5415 FINE ARTS - GRAPHIC ART, 16th-19th CENTURY
- No.2 grey impression w. hole near lower edge of image; no.4 lower margin trimmed short, w. loss of number; no. 7 and 8 trimmed on/ just outside the platemark; no.12 ample margins, stains in margins.
= Hollstein (Van Mander) 56-69; Hollstein (Dolendo) 9-22, first state of 2 (no.4, 7, 8 and 12)/ 2nd state of 2 (no.2); Hollstein (De Gheyn family) 36-49. Published in Leyden by Jacques de Gheyn, 1596-98.
- Fine impression w. good margins.
= Hollstein 23, interesting state between the 2nd and 3rd state, the plate reduced in height from 15,5 cm. to 13,8 cm.; Hollstein lists as 3rd state the plate reduced to 12,7 cm.
AND 7 other small etchings of animals, i.a. by the same and after P. POTTER.
- Very small brown spot on the head of the dog; trimmed just outside the borderline.
= Hollstein 41, first state of 2.
- Sl. browned; tipped onto mount in all corners. Good margins.
= Hollstein 2, the 3rd state (of 3).
Everdingen, A. van. (1621-1675). The boulder in the wood. Etching, 9,5x13,5 cm., monogrammed in the plate.
- Cut just outside the platemark. = Hollstein 94, 4th and final state.
And 2 other circular etchings.
- Foxed; remnants of glue(?) stains on verso.
= Without text. Meder 132 III c (of 4), not mentioning the portion lacking in the block in outer right; Schoch/ Mende/ Scherbaum 25. Rare. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CII.
- Doubled w. laid paper; lacks tiny portion of lower left corner; sl. foxed and soiled.
= Meder 61, II b (final state); Schoch/ Mende/ Scherbaum 25. Rare. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CIII.
- Poor copy; chip and frayed in upper edge; trimmed on/ just within the platemark; soiled/ stained. Sold w.a.f.
= Schoch I, 60.
= Monogrammist either identified as Sebastian Kirchmai(e)r (Thieme Becker) or by Nagler as Sigmund Krummer. A 19th cent. impression.
Londerseel, A. van (1572-1635). Ascension. Woodcut after P. VAN DER BORCHT, 28x19,5 cm., monogrammed in the block.
= From an unidentified Roman missal.
AND 2 others.
= From the series of the Small Passion. Cf. Meder 13; Schoch/ Mende/ Scherbaum 55.
- Closed tear in lower part; upper left corner sm. section torn off; foxed/ stained in centre
= Rare (16th/ 17th century?) copy after the woodcut by Dürer or Greff. Cf. Meder, Das druckgrafische Werk II, no.112; Hollstein 164; Strauss 54; The Illustrated Bartsch 10,2, no.261. Seventeenth century manuscript collector's mark (perhaps Lugt 4459 or 4846) on recto near lower edge.
Idem (in the style of). Coat of arms of Hector Pömer. Woodcut, 16,4x11,5 cm.
- Two small chips in upper corners. = With the collector's mark of Heneas Finch, Earl of Aylesford (Lugt 58).
AND 5 others, i.a. L. BECK, Saint Simpert (New Hollstein 102, ed. 1799) and a small section of the Triumphal Arch by the studio of Dürer.
- Soiled; a few sm. (closed) holes; sl. trimmed short, w. loss of image.
= Copy in reverse of part of a tiltle-page by Dürer. On verso part of a woodcut showing an elaborate coat of arms of the Medici family. With the collector's marks of E. Schultze (Lugt 906) and the artist J.D. Böhm (1794-1865) (Lugt 271 and 1442).
AND 11 other woodcuts by various artists, i.a. a woodcut illustration by H. SPRINGINKLEE showing Saint Sebald (w. collector's mark of Hamburger Kunsthalle, Lugt 1328); a large woodcut showing Turcs by P. COECKE VAN AELST, Holy Virgin as Queen of Heaven by an anonymous artist (16th cent.) and a leaf from an unidentified book or Hours, w. woodcut/ metalcut illustrated border, printed on vellum.
- Sl. yellowed and foxed. = Incl. 2 scenes of Bacchanalia.
= Hollstein 57 and 58, 4th state of 4.
AND 4 others by the same: Hollstein 49, 50, 56 and 66, all final state.
- Sl. yellowed; upper corners professionally restored/ strengthened. = Hollstein 100, 3rd state of 3.
Idem. The Swineherd. Etching 12,2x10,7 cm.
= Hollstein 8, 4th state of 4.
AND 2 others by the same: View through the pierced rock (Hollstein 47, 3rd state) and Two men seated at the foot of a high rock (Hollstein 54, 3rd state).
- Ample margins. = Hollstein 41, 5th state of 5.
Idem. The two empty skiffs. Etching, 8x14,4 cm.
- Trimmed to the borderline = Hollstein 60, 4th state of 4.
AND 4 others by the same: Hollstein 27, 75, 76 and 79, all final states.
- Trimmed to the borderline; trifle browned.
= Hollstein 85, 2nd state of 2. From the collection of Ch. Naudet (Lugt 1937).
Idem. The sportsman near the large tree. Etching, 9,4x13,1 cm.
= Hollstein 26, 5th state of 5.
AND 4 others by the same: Hollstein 32, 73, 75 and 76, all final states.
= Hollstein 37 and 44, both 3rd state of 3.
AND 4 others by the same: Hollstein 27, 28, 50 and 59, all final state.
= Hollstein 71 and 72, both 3rd and final state.
AND 4 others by the same: Hollstein 21, 22, 77 and 79, all final state.
- Ample margins w. offsetting from passepartout. = Hollstein 19, 3rd state of 4.
Idem. (Landscapes). Four etchings, each ±9,4x14,2 cm.
= Hollstein 67-70, all final state.
- Soiled in lower part.
AND 5 other woodcuts showing battles and sieges, i.a. on a leaf from S. BRANT, Vor dem Anfang und History von Jerusalem (Strassb., 1518). - AND by 11 woodcuts with Roman soldiers by P. ESKRICH from DUCHOUL, Discorso Sopra La Castrametatione et Disciplina Militare de Romani (Lyon, 1569) and 4 others showing men in harnass by i.a. JÖRG BREU THE ELDER. - AND ±30 sm. cut out woodcut bookillustrations, i.a. by C. VAN SICHEM, J. LEDERLEIN and J. TEUFEL.