4919 - 5415 FINE ARTS - GRAPHIC ART, 16th-19th CENTURY
- Frayed along edges; w. vertical fold and some restored tears in upper right corner. = F.M. 4372.
"Vonnis van Apol over de bubbels." Engraving, 27,5x36 cm., w. 4-line Dutch captipn in four columns below image, from Het Groote Tafereel der Dwaasheid, 1720. - AND 2 caricatures from Het Groote Tafereel der Dwaasheid (F.M. 3543 and 3576).
= Caricature of the French statesman Jean-Jacques-Régis de Cambacérès and two of his friends. Cambaceres was a known gourmand and homosexual.
Anonymous (early 19th cent.). "Séance de la Chambre des Députés du 17 mai et du 18 juin 1819". Handcol. lithograph, 1819, 22,7x18,5 cm.
- A few sm. stains.
AND 22 other caricature prints, all French, various techniques, ±1800-1848.
= Rare early lithograph, showing a woman selling moustaches and sideburns. Unidentified reference to a historical event that took place on September 10.
- Sl. (finger)soiled; a few marginal tears, not affecting text.
= Humorous scenes showing monks committing the following sins: drinking, gambling and gluttonny.
''Neugierde''. Col. lithograph, 37,5x29 cm., printed captions in English, German and French, ''No. 183'', Mainz, J. Scholz, ±1850.
- Trifle foxed/ soiled; two marginal tears, not affecting image.
= A caricatural overview of the European poltical situation in 1898.
(Caricature on the independance struggles within the Ottoman empire). Col. lithograph, 1899, 35x55,5 cm., from the same newspaper.
= A caricatural view on Istanbul and the Bosporus with figures representing Greece, Romania, Montenegro, Bulgaria, Macedonia and Armenia, looking at a deflated hot air balloon in the shape of a man "concerto Europeo" (vaguely in the shape of Europe).
- Margins dam. and repaired, sm. section upper borderline redrawn; without the letterpress text below.
= Part of a broadside caricature print on the involvement of the Louis XIV of France in the English succession. F.M. 2754-b; Hollstein 154; Landwehr, Romeyn de Hooghe the etcher, p.216.
Anonymous (17th cent.). "Groothans met de Privilegie-soeker". Broadside w. etching (16,7x25,8 cm.), letterpress captions in 3 columns below, n.pl., n.publ., 1690.
= A satyrical print on the Amsterdam regents, in the style of Romeyn de Hooghe. F.M. 2797a.
AND 2 other etchings, both in the style of/ attributed to ROMEYN DE HOOGHE, on the Franco-Dutch War of 1672-1678.
- Closed tear and a few holes; browned; w. waterstain.
= Rare caricature. Showing a thin food lover and his slim dog entering a restaurant while at the same time an obese man with his obese dog enters a public toilet. Bibliographie de la France 1817, gravures no. 917.
Grandville, J.J. (1803-1847). "L'Afficheur". Lithograph, partly handcol., 1833, 21x23,8 cm. (incl. caption).
- Central vertical fold; sl. fingersoiled. = Plate 256 from La Caricature.
AND 9 other lithographs, ±1830, i.a. by GAVARNI.
- Sl. fingersoiled.
= Titled in the plate "Passe temps des artistes, ou collection d'Esquisses originaux des celebres et plus fameuses peintres et sculpteurs". De Vesme 6, 2nd state.
AND 9 others, i.a. by S. BOTTSCHILD, C. SCHUT, H. QUELLINUS and M. DORIGNY.
- Verso traces of former mounting. = Cf. Bartsch 123.
AND 2 other engravings: after G.F. GRIMALDI and by A. RAIMONDI, Saint Peter (doubled and sl. dam.).
- Sl. foxed; remnants of former mount visible on verso; tipped onto mount; illegible 1-line ms. annot. in pen and ink on verso.
= Bartsch 11, 1st state. With the collector's marks of A.J. Domela Nieuwenhuis on verso (2x) and Museum Boijmans van Beuningen ("dubbel MB"). SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE C.
= Wurzbach 1. Fine, very rare complete series.
- Sl. dustsoiled in margins.
- Without the textp.
= Rümann 226; Sander 1726; Engelmann 521-527 and 550-557; Cohen-Ricci 892; Lewine 466; Graesse VI, 114.
- Broad margins, trifle fingersoiled in margins.
= Hollstein 12, first state (of 2): engraver not mentioned.
- Good impression on contemp. paper with ample margins. Tiny wormhole in image; vague central fold; old number in pen in upper blank margin.
= Hollstein 30, unknown edition.
- Doubled on thick wove paper; heavily foxed.
= New Hollstein 223, 1st state (of 2) (The Van Doetecum family).
AND 1 other poor copy from the same series (New Hollstein 221).
= With watermark showing flowers in a vase. New Hollstein, 297, 1st state.
AND 6 others, all w. (minor) defects, i.a. by/ after M. VAN HEEMSKERCK and J. DE GHEYN.
= LNP 178.
AND 3 other printsdrawings, i.a. 2x by the same after P. PIERA and J. BOUCHER.