4919 - 5415 FINE ARTS - GRAPHIC ART, 16th-19th CENTURY
- Some sm. marginal tears (occas. touching the image); sl. stained/ soiled; sm. margins. Later impressions on thick 18th cent. paper.
= Hollstein 1-3, the 6th state (of 6), with all addresses erased and the numbers changed. Comprises: 1. The Woman on the hinny. Aqua negro between Bologna and Florence. 2. The ox-cart. View between Ancona and Sinigaglia. 3. The large tree.
- A few vague small foxed spots.
= Hollstein 10, state between the 3rd and 4th state, with the artist's name but before the number (not known to Hollstein).
- Neatly restored copy; outer upper and outer lower left blank corner torn off.
- Closed hole in upper part.
= With the manuscript collector's mark of G. Storck, dated 1799 (Lugt 2318). Robert-Dumesnil, Le Peintre-Graveur Français 8.
- Trimmed on the platemark; brown spot in the centre and close to the left edge of the image.
= Hollstein 18-47.
AND 2 small etchings by TH. WYCK and E. LINNIG.
- Both w. central vertical fold; both sl. foxed in margins; waterstain in upper right corner.
Prestel, J.G.T. (1739-1808). "Le midi". "Le soir". Two large aquatints on mounts after J. RUYSDAEL, printed in brown and black, 50,5x65 cm. (image).
- Margins mounts in poor condition; some staining, mostly in upper part. = Rare.
- Repaired tear in lower blank margin; vague waterst. in lower margin. Verso w. mounted paper strip along upper margin.
= Cf. Hollstein 210 (A. SADELER?).
- Sl. foxed.
WITH 6 others from the same work, i.a. "Vera effigies monstrorum marinorum rosmarorum, seu Wallreussen dictorum" (hunting of walrusses); (Elephant, rhinoceros, crocodile, pig and tortoise) and (Dutch settlement on the shore of Maritius, showing i.a. a dodo (first depiction in print)).
- Tiny hole in centre; trifle yellowed.
ADDED: 4 engravings w. military men and/ or riots.
- Margins fingersoiled. = Calligraphed rendition of John 3:16.
= Cf. Lieure 267 (in reverse).
AND 10 other prints, i.a. after the same and by I. SILVESTRE, CH. JACQUE and A. PERELLE.
- Trimmed to the platemark/ borderline. = Including copies in reverse.
Idem (after). The Large Passion. Four (of 7) etchings, each ±11,4x21,5 cm.
- Sl. weak impressions.
AND 4 others by/ after the same.
- Tipped onto mount. Both fine impressions.
= Bromberg 13, only state and 14, 2nd and final state. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE XCIX.
- Strong impression with good margins. Former fold visible; sl. foxed, mainly in outer blank margins.
= Bromberg 11, 3rd and final state. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE XCIX.
- Fine impressions with broad margins. "Left half" sl. foxed. "Right half" margins sl. wrinkled.
= Bromberg 7 and 8, both 2nd and final state. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE C.
- Trifle foxed; cut just outside/ touching the platemark.
= Bromberg 16, 2nd and final state. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CI.
- Poor copy. Large brown stain in lower margin; a few marignal tears extending ±5 cm. into image; sl. soiled along platemark.
= Bromberg 16, 2nd and final state.
- Doubled with very thin paper.
= With a modern unidentified manuscript collector's mark "Verz. Fr. B." (?) (not in Lugt). Bartsch 38. No.15 in the series of 20 Greek deities.
- Folded; some foxing.
= FM 3106-(7c). From the series of 25 prints Koninklijke Almanach van 1706 / 't Lusthof van Momus. On the Spanish succession.
AND 3 other caricature prints: "Wien tot qua Raadt sijn Ooren leendt, Sich eyndelyk van 't Recht ontvreemt" (1689, FM 2777); "Des Waerelds doen en doolen, Is maar een Malle Moolen" and "Ter eeuwiger gedagtenisse der dwaasheid van het XX. jaar der XVIII. eeuw" (both from Groot Tafereel der Dwaasheid).
= F.M. 3557-22a; Atlas van Stolk 3477-22a.
AND 2 similar from the same work: "Des Waerelds doen en doolen, is maar een Mallemoolen" and "De malle Actionisten naar Vianen of 't Peperland".