4919 - 5415 FINE ARTS - GRAPHIC ART, 16th-19th CENTURY
- Good impression with margins on rather thick laid paper. = Hollstein 64, the 2nd state (of 2).
AND 2 other etchings by the same from the same series: Three boys and their dogs (Hollstein 61) and Two Riders (Hollstein 63).
- All versos w. remnants of former mount in upper margin.
= All with the collection stamp of Museum Boymans and "dubbel" stamp on verso (Lugt 288).
- Good impression w. ample margins. = Hollstein 94.
AND 1 other etching by the same: Paths leading to a stream (Hollstein 89).
- Fine impression w. ample margins. A few foxed spots in blank margins.
= Hollstein 103, the 2nd state (of 2). With the collector's stamp of J.E. Wetterauer on verso (Lugt 3870).
AND 1 other etching by the same, The road near the village (Hollstein 105).
- Fine contemporary impression with thread margins (occas. touching the borderline (corners)/ platemark).
= Hollstein 74, the 1st and only state. The plate was lost in early days, no Ottens or Basan impressions known. With unidentified collector's stamp on verso.
AND 1 other etching by the same: The departure of two fisherman (Hollstein 18; Ottens edition).
- Trifle foxed/ soiled; two diagonal folds in right corners.
= With the manuscript collector's mark of Amedée Faure (1801-1878) (Lugt 115) on verso. Two children on this etching are depicted by Watteau on a red chalk sketch leaf of five children, sold in 2013 at Christies.
- Fingersoiled. = Hollstein 56 and 57. From the series of 4 Evangelists.
AND 5 other sm. engravings, i.a. by A. COLLAERT, Noli me Tangere (New Hollstein 166. From a series of 8 appearances of Christ) and R. SADELER, Saint Nicholas of Toledo (Hollstein 113).
= Laanstra OE/26; Kramm 32.
AND 6 other small etchings by J.F. VAN DEVENTER (etching supplied in 2 diff. states), J. HARTOGENSIS (2x) and L. HARDENBERG (etching supplied in 2 diff. states).
= From H. Grotius, Nederlandtsche Jaerboeken en Historien (...) (Amst., 1681). Ingalls 359.
- Yellowed. = Kennedy 28.
- Some vague foxing, thin vertical brown spot near sailingvessels.
= Kennedy 91, 1st to 3rd state before the butterfly monogram. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CXVII.
- Tear in upper blank margin; 2 rubbed and foxed spots in outer lower blank margin.
= Kennedy 47, probably the 8th and final state. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CXVIII.
- Sm. hole in upper right corner. = Levy 40.
AND 3 other lithographs by the same, all from The Studio, all (sl.) foxed, i.a. La Robe Rouge.
- Sl. yellowed; 2 vague creases affecting image. = Kennedy 181, the 3rd and final state.
- Small hole in hat of upper figure; 4 tiny holes in image; cut just outside the platemark.
= With the collector's mark of Pim van Eekelen on verso (Lugt 5101). Hollstein 1, the 2nd state (of 2), with the address of Abraham Teniers (first state before the address not traced by Hollstein). The very rare only etching known by Willemsen.
- Trimmed just outside the borderline, a few tiny foxed spots. = Hollstein 45, 2nd state (of 2).
- Good impression w. ample margins on contemp. laid paper. Some sl. foxing.
= Hollstein 15, the 2nd state (of 3).
- Sl. soiled and with vague creases. = Rare series. Hollstein 6 and 7, first and only state.