4919 - 5415 FINE ARTS - GRAPHIC ART, 16th-19th CENTURY
= With the collector's mark of V. Kraane in lower right blank corner (Lugt 2521).
- All sl. yellowed.
= Consists of 5 lithographs of fishes and 3 of birds.
AND 1 other similar: S. CAZENAVE after RISAUD, "Cambout. Benné" (handcol. lithograph of 2 fishes, 38,7x48,5 cm. Laid down on board, glue shining through).
- Trimmed to the borderline, address cut off; sl. fingersoiled and w. a few sm. stains. = Rare.
= The original print by Virgil Solis was in one piece. Cf. Hollstein 65.
AND 8 others.
- Upper corners tipped onto mount. Some scratches.
- Text section below cut off and reattached with cloth.
= Hollstein 18. Nineteenth/ early 20th century impression or a facsimile reprint.
- Trifle foxed; sm. old annot./ owner's entry below.
= New Hollstein (De Gheyn) 173; Hollstein XXVIII (Stock) 16. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CXVI
- Printed on rather thick paper, tipped onto mount; trimmed inside the image, w. loss of especially left and right margin of ±1 cm.
= Hollstein 14.
AND 22 other landscape prints, 17th-19th cent., i.a. by J. SAVERY, A.F. BAUDUINS and J.F. MORGENSTERN.
- Sl. foxed. = Hollstein 9, 3rd and final state.
Idem. Two plough horses, one seen from his back. Etching, 14,4x19,1 cm., signed "D. Stoop f." in the plate.
- Good impression w. good margins, on paper w. a crowned horn. Vaguely waterst.
= Hollstein 7, the 2nd state (of 3).
AND 2 other etchings of animals, i.a. by W.J. VAN TROOSTWIJK, (Sleeping dog).
- Cut on the borderline; three sm. repaired dam. spots in upper part of image; two closed marginal tears in caption; paper very thin in lower right corner; remnants of former mount on verso.
= With two collector's marks on verso by G. Seeligmann (Lugt 1215) and one unidentified (Lugt 975). New Hollstein 271, only state. Rare.
AND a landscape etching by A. VAN EVERDINGEN (Hollstein 94).
- Tiny hole in right margin; a few sm. stains.
= Not in Hollstein.
- Fine impression with good margins. Old flattened fold.
= Hollstein 107, state between the 2nd and 3rd state, unknown to Hollstein: still with "et. ex.", with the address of H. Bonnart (H and B intertwined), before the address of Mondhare. With on verso the collector's monogram in pencil and the collector's stamp of F. Koch (1770-1832) (Lugt 1019 and 1020) and the collector's stamp of K.E. von Liphart (1808-1891) (Lugt 1687).
Idem. Two cows and shepherd playing the flute. Etching, 8,2x10,7 cm.
- Very fine impression with good margins. Two very small numbers or letters in contemp. pen in empty space for lettering.
= Hollstein 111, the 1st state (of 3), proof before letters, with square corners of the platemark and before occas. cleaning of the plate. With the collector's stamp of J.E. Wetterauer on verso (Lugt 3870).
AND 2 other etchings by the same.
= Hollstein 9, 4th state of 4. On what appears to be late 17th/ 18th century laid paper.
AND 6 others by and 3 after the same, i.a. 4 etchings from the series of 12 views of Rome and surroundings (later impressions) and Landscape with ruins (Hollstein 89, 3rd state).
- Early impression with small margins. Sl. foxed.
= Hollstein 43, the 1st state (of 3). With the collector's stamps of K.E. von Liphart (1808-1891) (Lugt 1687) and of J.E. Wetterauer (Lugt 3870) on verso.
AND 4 other etchings, i.a. by A. VAN EVERDINGEN and after J. VAN GOYEN (2x).
- Fine impression with small margins.
= Hollstein 106, the 2nd state (of 4), with the full address. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CXVI.
- All sl. browned; stained, mostly in blank margins; contemp. French annots. in blank margins.
= Bartsch XVII, 638-787.
- Trimmed a few mm. outside the borderline; sm. closed tear in upper part near right edge, ±1,5 cm. within image; vague horizontal fold in centre; laid down/ doubled on very thin Japanese paper.
= Bartsch 38, first and only state.