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74 4959 Beauvarlet J F  1731 1797 74 4959 Beauvarlet J F 1731 1797
74/4959 Beauvarlet, J.F. (1731-1797). "La Double Surprise". Engraving after G. DOU, 48,5x36,5 cm., w. engr. coat of arms and 4-line caption in French below image.

- Ample margins. = Le Blanc 55.

AND 1 other large anonymous etching possibly showing the Holy Family.

€ (80-100) 100
74 4960 Beck L  1475 1542 74 4960 Beck L 1475 1542
74/4960 Beck, L. (1475-1542). Mercury and Mars showing the Young White King a Wheel of Fortune. Woodcut, 21,5x19,4 cm., numb. "19" below image.

- Leaf sl. browned. = Hollstein 146, 5th state of 6 (edition of 1775). From the Weisskunig series.

AND 1 other by the same from the same work: Death of the Ermine King (Hollstein 196, sm. loss of image in upper right corner).

€ (50-70) 70
74 4961 Beckerinck H  18th cent  74 4961 Beckerinck H 18th cent
74/4961 Beckerinck, H. (18th cent.). (Design by the Toselli brothers for the altar and sepulchre in the Minor Basilica of S. Pellegrino in Forli). Etching, 37,3x34 cm. (image), 49,5x36,5 cm. (leaf), letterpress caption "Hermannus Beckerinck Germanus incidit Bononia studiorum 1742" below image.

- Foxed in margins.

= Very rare, print and artist not found. According to the letterpress caption below, this etching is after a design by the sculptors and brothers Octavio, Nicola and Bartolomeo Toselli from Bologna. Between 1740 and 1742 the basilica of Saint Pellegrino of Forlì was further enriched thanks to donations of the wealthy citizen Giorgio Viviani Marchesi Bonaccorisi. The ultimate executed design for the altar was very much changed in comparison to this design, although some elements and the overall shape are used, i.a. the two small putti in the centre. With the collector's mark of Karl Mayer (1894-1976) (Lugt 5100) and an unidentified collector's mark "CD" (not in Lugt) on verso.

€ (100-150) 100
74 4962 Bega C  1620 1664 74 4962 Bega C 1620 1664
74/4962 Bega, C. (1620-1664). The mother seated in an inn. Etching, 1664, 15,3x11,9 cm.

- Platemark traced with pen and ink; (finger)soiled. = Hollstein 31, 2nd state (of 2).

AND 1 other by A. VAN OSTADE: Peasant with crooked back (Hollstein 20, 5th or 6th state of 6).

€ (100-150)
74 4963 Beham H S  1500 1550 74 4963 Beham H S 1500 1550
74/4963 Beham, H.S. (1500-1550). St. Hieronymus stehend. Engraving, 8,6x6,1 cm., monogrammed "HsP" and "1520" in the image.

- Trimmed to/ just within the borderline; multiple former mounts on verso (one possibly repairing a tear?); twice "W" in 17th cent.(?) ms. on verso in pen and ink; tipped onto mount.

= Bartsch 60; Hollstein/ Pauli 64, only state. With the collector's stamps of Pim van Eekelen (Lugt 5101) and G. Hamminger (Lugt 1159) and one unidentified collector's stamp.

€ (200-300) 400
74 4964 Beham H S  1500 1550  ? 74 4964 Beham H S 1500 1550 ?
74/4964 Beham, H.S. (1500-1550) (?). (Parable of the Good and the Bad Shepherd). Woodcut, 18,7x28,7 cm.

- Late (19th cent.?) impression on laid paper.

= Originally part of a broadside. According to the British Museum, no longer attributed to Beham, but to the Monogrammist M.S. Cf. Pauli 1432.

AND 1 other handcol. woodcut attributed to E. SCHÖN, Tending Grasshoppers (modern impression on woven paper; Hollstein 107).

€ (100-150) 160
74 4965 Bella S della 1610 1664 74 4965 Bella S della 1610 1664
74/4965 Bella, S. della (1610-1664). Large landscape with angler. Etching, 25,2x18,8 cm.

- Trifle foxed/ fingersoiled. = De Vesme 781.

Idem. Jacob's journey into Egypt. Etching, 18,3x27,2 cm., w. caption, ±1647.

- Sl. fingersoiled, mostly in corners.

= De Vesme 2, 3rd state. On 17th century paper with watermark showing a coat of arms with a horn.

AND 3 others, by P. TESTA, S. ROSA and S. DELLA BELLA.

€ (150-250) 325
74 4966 Berchem N  1620 1683 74 4966 Berchem N 1620 1683
74/4966 Berchem, N. (1620-1683). The drinking cow. Etching, 28x37 cm., "Delineat. et Sculpt. per N. Berchem et in lucem edit per N. Visscher cum Privil." in the plate.

- Middle-fold. = Hollstein 1, 3rd state of 5.

AND 1 other etching by the same, Peeing Cow (Hollstein 15, the 2nd state (of 3)).

€ (100-150) 230
74 4967 Besnard A  1849 1934 74 4967 Besnard A 1849 1934
74/4967 Besnard, A. (1849-1934). Eve. Drypoint, printed in darkbrown, 17x12,2 cm., from La Centauré, 1896.

= Delteil 108.

€ (80-100) 80
74/4968 Birds  Femelle de la Pie de paradis Le Tamatia à plastron noir 74/4968 Birds Femelle de la Pie de paradis Le Tamatia à plastron noir
74/4968 [Birds]. "Femelle de la Pie de paradis." "Le Tamatia à plastron noir." Two colour etchings and engravings by GRÉMILLIER/ PERÉE after BARRABAND, finished in handcolouring, resp. "No. 22" and "No. 39" in the plate, 46x29 and 26x14 cm. (image), from F. Levaillant, Histoire naturelle des oiseaux (...), Paris, 1801-1806 (trifle/ sl. foxed). - AND 17 other 18th and 19th cent. engravings/ handcol. drawings of birds, i.a. by M. MERIAN.
€ (100-150) 160
74 4969 Birds  Gould J  1804 1881 and Hart M W  1830 1908 74 4969 Birds Gould J 1804 1881 and Hart M W 1830 1908
74/4969 [Birds]. Gould, J. (1804-1881) and Hart, M.W. (1830-1908). "Trogon Chionurus" (White-tailed Trogon). Lithograph, 45x30 cm., titled and addresses below the image.

- Sl. yellowed; browned offsetting along outer borders from former passepartout.

= From J. GOULD, "A Monograph of the Trogonidae or Family of Trogons."

AND an engraving of several South American birds by M. MERIAN (±1660).

€ (50-70) 50
74/4970 Birds  Lot of 9 handcol engravings of birds 74/4970 Birds Lot of 9 handcol engravings of birds
74/4970 [Birds]. Lot of 9 handcol. engravings of birds, each leaf 54,5x37,5 cm., from C. NOZEMAN, M. HOUTTUYN and J.C. SEPP, Nederlandsche Vogelen, Amst., 1770-1829. - AND 5 textlvs. from the same publication.

= Nice collection of very fine lvs., comprising "Anas Fusca", "Anas, nigra" (2x), "Anas domestica mas.", "Corvus, Cornix", "Picus varius minor", "Corvus, monedula", "Picus, Alba et Viridis, minor" and "Strix Nyctea".

€ (500-700) 500
74 4971 Bisschop J de 1628 1671 74 4971 Bisschop J de 1628 1671
74/4971 Bisschop, J. de (1628-1671). ("Signorum veterum icones")/ "Paradigmata Graphices Variorum Artificum, Per Joh. Episcopium. Ex formis Nicolai Visscher." Two series of resp. 98 (of 100) and 52 (of 57) etched plates, etched title plate to the 2nd series by G. DE LAIRESSE, Amst., H. de Leth, n.d. (1740), folio.

- Unbound in loose quires/ lvs.; occas. fingersoiled in margins; a few plates w. waterstains in margins; the first series lacks the title print and lacks plate 82 and 83. The original copper plates were probably lost, so De Leth wasn't able to print them; Paradigmata series lacks plate 19, 20, 31, 37 and 40.

= Very rare edition, probably published by De Leth as a series of prints, without the original letterpress titles and dedication and content leaves. On the first series ("Icones"): Bolten, Dutch and Flemish Drawing Books p.69-70 describes the editio princeps of ±1669 with a few dedication and contents leaves, the etchings unnumbered. On both series: cf. in extenso: J.G. van Gelder and I. Jost, Jan de Bisschop and his Icones & Paradigmata (...) (Doornspijk, 1985); cf. Hollstein 6 (a very incomplete entry). The first series reproducing Greek and Roman sculpture, the second series after i.a. Caracci, Dominichino and Michelangelo.

€ (500-700) 1600
74 4972 Bles D J  1821 1889 74 4972 Bles D J 1821 1889
74/4972 Bles, D.J. (1821-1889). (Several studies of men). Etching, 9x13,6 cm., signed "DB. f.56" and "aan den Kunstschilder J. Hartogensis" in the plate.

- Ample margins; annots. in pencil in lower margin. With an unidentified collector's stamp on verso.

AND 1 other etching by J. TAVENRAAT.

€ (70-90) 70
74 4973 Bles D J  1821 1889 74 4973 Bles D J 1821 1889
74/4973 Bles, D.J. (1821-1889). (Writer with a quill in his mouth). Etching, supplied in 2 diff. states, 11x7,5 cm., both monogrammed "DB Fe" and 1x "2e Plaatje" in the plate, together under passepartout.

- Sl. foxed.

€ (100-150) 100
74 4974 Bloemaert C  1603 1684 74 4974 Bloemaert C 1603 1684
74/4974 Bloemaert, C. (1603-1684). Old woman with a rosary, praying. Engraving after A. BLOEMAERT, 23,5x15,5 cm., "A. Bloemaert pinxit", "Corn: Bloem. sculpsit" and 2-line verse below the image.

- A few very small foxed spots; left blank margin creased; unobtrusive waterst. in blank lower left corner; traces of former mounts on upper margin verso.

= Fine, early impression on paper with foolscap watermark with ample margins. From the collection of Beaurain (not in Lugt), with his collector's stamp in upper blank margin.

€ (200-300) 200
74 4975 Bol H  1534 1593 74 4975 Bol H 1534 1593
74/4975 Bol, H. (1534-1593). The reconciliation between Esau and Jacob. Circular etching and engraving, Ø18 cm., "HBol" and "Mariette excud." in the plate, under passepartout.

- Traces of rectangular framing line in blue pen in margins (touching the borderline), otherwise fine.

= Good impression on 17th cent. paper w. unidentified watermark. Hollstein 8, only listing a state without address. Cf. Hollstein 7, listing a similar circular print with a second and final state by Mariette.

€ (250-350)
74 4976 Bolswert S A  ±1581 1659 74 4976 Bolswert S A ±1581 1659
74/4976 Bolswert, S.A. (±1581-1659). (Landscape with shepherd playing his flute on the left).     Etching after P.P. RUBENS, 31,5x45,2 cm., Antw., G. Hendricx.

= Hollstein cf. 305-325; 4th state (of 5).

AND a mezzotint by C. DUSART, A Woman of the Orange Faction (cut just inside the borderline w. loss of the captions).

€ (80-100) 180
74 4977 Bonvin F  1817 1887 74 4977 Bonvin F 1817 1887
74/4977 Bonvin, F. (1817-1887). Les instruments de l'eau-forte. Etching, (1861), 22x14,5 cm., signed in pencil.

- Sl. foxed. = SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CIX.

AND 2 unsigned etchings by the same, i.a. "London 1871".

€ (150-250) 190
74 4978 Bosse A  1605 1678 74 4978 Bosse A 1605 1678
74/4978 Bosse, A. (1605-1678). (Gentleman pointing his stick upwards). (Gentleman standing in front of a square) (Gentleman seen on the back walking towards a river landscape). Three engravings after JEAN DE SAINT IGNY, each ±14,5x9,5 cm. (platemark).

= All three copies (in reverse). From the series Le Jardin de la Noblesse Françoise dans lequel ce peut ceuillir leur manierre de Vettements.

AND 11 other (sm.) engravings and etchings: 2x by A. BOSSE (i.a. a title vignette), 7x by/ after J. CALLOT and 2x by S. DELLA BELLA.

€ (100-150) 220