Live online bidding through 

invaluableLogo 115x38

Due to the regulations concerning the spread of the COVID-19 virus there will be NO VIEWING DAYS
and LIVE BIDDING IN OUR AUCTION ROOMS will not be possible


Click here for the actual schedule (order and details) of this sale!

5452 - 5769     FINE ARTS - GRAPHIC ART, 16th-19th CENTURY

Page 8 of 16 Results 141 - 160 of 318
71 5592 Lepère A L  1849 1918 71 5592 Lepère A L 1849 1918
71/5592 Lepère, A.L. (1849-1918). "Sonntag von den Thoren von Paris". Col. woodengraving, 26x39 cm., signed and "Paris 1901" in the block, published by the "Verlag der Gesellschaft für vervielfältigende Kunst", Vienna. - AND 10 others, i.a. a similar woodengraving by the same and etchings by P. VAN RYSSEL (La maison du perdu, chemin creux à Anvers, from Paris à l'eau-forte, 1873) and A. BAERTSOEN.
€ (100-150) 110
71 5593 Leyden L van 1489 or 1494 1533 71 5593 Leyden L van 1489 or 1494 1533
71 5593 Leyden L van 1489 or 1494 1533 71 5593 Leyden L van 1489 or 1494 1533
71/5593 Leyden, L. van (1489 or 1494-1533). The Crucifixion. Christ in limbo. Two copperengravings from the Small Passion series (14 prints), each 11,5x7,5 cm., monogram "L" and "1521" in the plate.

- (Sl.) yellowed/ foxed; both w. ample margins, first w. two holes near lower edge,

= Hollstein and Filedt Kok 52 and 55, the 2nd (or 3rd?) state (of 3), with the address of Petri. On 17th cent. laid paper.

€ (100-150) 325
71 5594 Leyden L van 1489 or 1494 1533 71 5594 Leyden L van 1489 or 1494 1533
71/5594 Leyden, L. van (1489 or 1494-1533). Matthew. Engraving, 1510, 11,6x7,1 cm., monogram "L" in the plate.

- Trimmed to the borderline and remargined.

= The New Hollstein 98 c (late impressions). From the series Christ and the Apostles.

AND 1 other by the same: The Adoration of the Magi (engraving, 27,7x43,5 cm. Cut short; a few dam. spots restored w. manuscript additions; late greyish impression).

€ (150-250) 325
71 5595 Leyden L van 1489 or 1494 1533 71 5595 Leyden L van 1489 or 1494 1533
71/5595 Leyden, L. van (1489 or 1494-1533). The Musicians. Engraving, 11,7x7,5 cm., monogrammed "L" in reverse and 1524" engr. in top margin.

- Sl. yellowed; thread margins/ trimmed to/ just within the borderline; a few sm. sl. browned spots.

= New Hollstein 155a. Rare. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CXXXV.

€ (3.000-4.000) 3000
71 5596 Leyden L van 1489 or 1494 1533 71 5596 Leyden L van 1489 or 1494 1533
71/5596 Leyden, L. van (1489 or 1494-1533). The poet Virgil suspended in a basket. Copperengraving, 24,2x18,7 cm., monogrammed "L" and "1525" in the plate.

- Greyish impression; trimmed to the border, restoration in lower left margin; a few sm. closed tears; upper left corner lacks sm. portion; on contemp. laid paper w. part of unidentified watermark.

= Hollstein 136, the 3rd and final state, with the address of Martinus Petrus erased.

€ (200-300) 425
71 5597 Leyden L van 1489 or 1494 1533  style of 71 5597 Leyden L van 1489 or 1494 1533 style of
71/5597 Leyden, L. van (1489 or 1494-1533) (style of). So called self-portrait of the artist. Etching, 16x14 cm., monogram "L" and "1525" in the plate.

= Hollstein 173 ("rejected").

€ (50-70) 200
71 5598 Loir N  1624 1679 71 5598 Loir N 1624 1679
71/5598 Loir, N. (1624-1679). Saintes Familles et Vierges. Lot of 9 (of 12) etchings, each 15x11 cm., 1x "N. Loir In. et fecit" and "et ex. Cu. P.R." in the plate, 8x "N.L.I.F. C.P.R." in the plate.

- One etching w. small hole (affecting image). All etchings some foxing and remnants of former mounting on verso.

= From the collection of Anna van Poeck w. her collector's stamps on verso (Lugt 3567).

€ (150-250) 150
71/5599 Lot of ±295 prints 71/5599 Lot of ±295 prints
71/5599 Lot of ±295 prints, 17th to 19th cent., various smaller sizes all laid down in / tipped into an 19th cent. hmor. album, folio.

= I.a. etchings by/ after B. PICART, J. VAN VLIET, S. DELLA BELLA, A. WATERLOO, F.E. WEIROTTER, H. VAN SWANEVELT, N. BERGHEM (i.a. Hollstein 8-11, the 5th state (of 6), w. the address of J. Danckerts), REMBRANDT, M. DE VOS, S. ROSA, L. VAN LEYDEN and A. DÜRER. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CXXXVI.

€ (400-500) 1200
71 5600 Luiken J  1649 1712 71 5600 Luiken J 1649 1712
71/5600 Luiken, J. (1649-1712). "Tocht naer Nova Zembla in den Jaere MDXCVI." Etching, 26,7x33,7 cm., from P. BOR, Nederlantsche Oorlogen (1621).

- Trifle foxed; tape along margins verso from former mounting.

= Atlas van Stolk 979; F.M. 1054a ("Het bespringen van eene boot in de ijszee door een Walrus"). Many squirting whales in the distance.

€ (50-70) 50
71 5601 Lutma the Younger J  1624 1689 71 5601 Lutma the Younger J 1624 1689
71/5601 Lutma the Younger, J. (1624-1689). Joost van den Vondel, poet. Punch engraving (opere mallei, hammer works), 26,2x20,2 cm., monogrammed and "Opus Mallei per J. Lutma" and "Omni Bus Vondelius" in the plate.

- Good impression w. large margins. Two vague printer's flaws and vague fold; stained in blank margins.

= Hollstein 8, the second state (of 2).

€ (100-150) 110
71 5602 Lutma the Younger J  1624 1689 71 5602 Lutma the Younger J 1624 1689
71/5602 Lutma the Younger, J. (1624-1689). (The Obelisk and fountain by Bernini on the Piazza Navona in Rome). Etching w. roulette, 70,5x50 cm.

- Soiled along the edges; lacks portion in lower left corner and upper corners and margin; a few marginal closed tears, larger closed tear near lower edge; horizontal central crease.

= Hollstein 9. Rare.

€ (200-300) 200
71 5603 Lutma the Younger J  1624 1689 71 5603 Lutma the Younger J 1624 1689
71 5603 Lutma the Younger J  1624 1689 71 5603 Lutma the Younger J 1624 1689
71/5603 Lutma the Younger, J. (1624-1689). Self-portrait. Punch engraving (opus mallei, hammer work), 1681, ±30x21 cm.

- Tipped onto mount. Foxed. = Hollstein 4; F.M. 3340a.

AND 2 other portraits: Henricus Steenwyck (engr. by P. PONTIUS after A. VAN DYCK. New Hollstein 93 (van Dyck), 3rd state of 7) and Paulus de Vos (engr. by VAN DYCK and BOLSWERT. New Hollstein 13, 5th state).

€ (100-150) 100
71 5604 Manet E  1823 1883 71 5604 Manet E 1823 1883
71/5604 Manet, E. (1823-1883). Eva Gonzalez. Etching, ±1870, 20x15,6 cm., signed [in reverse] "Manet" in the plate.

= Counter impression. Cf. Guérin 57.

€ (200-300) 210
71 5605 Maratti C  1625 1713 71 5605 Maratti C 1625 1713
71/5605 Maratti, C. (1625-1713). (The annunciation). Etching, 21x14,4 cm., "Caralolus Maratus in. et fecit Romae" in the plate.

- Tipped onto mount; some soiling, mainly in blank margins.

AND 1 other etching by the same, (The marriage of St. Catherine).

€ (100-150)
71 5606 Marcus J E  1774 1826 71 5606 Marcus J E 1774 1826
71 5606 Marcus J E  1774 1826 71 5606 Marcus J E 1774 1826
71/5606 Marcus, J.E. (1774-1826). Études gravées. Het studie-prentwerk. Amst., S. de Grebber, n.d. (±1830), (2),8 textp. (incl. engr. title), series of 105 etchings, various sizes, signed and dated in the plate between December 1807 and Junij 1816, bound in contemp. hcalf, folio.

- Portion of backstrip loose(ning).

= "Vooral Jacob Ernst Marcus dient te worden vermeld. Van 1807 tot 1816 gaf hij elke maand een prent uit, totaal 105 stuks (...) Marcus plaatst geen Griekse goden en godinnen in zijn landschappen, maar mensen, zo uit het werkelijke leven van die tijd weggelopen" (Grafiek in de 19e eeuw, p.19).

€ (200-300) 220
71 5607 Mason J  1710 ±1780 71 5607 Mason J 1710 ±1780
71/5607 Mason, J. (1710-±1780). "Les Voyageurs en Marche". Handcol. engraving after J. PILLEMENT, 44,5x56,5 cm., engr. title and address below image, Paris, Leviez, 18th cent. (yellowed). - WITH: an anonymous view of a Swiss village at the foot of a mountain (col. etching and aquatint, 25x39,5 cm. Yellowed).
€ (70-90)
71 5608 Matham J  1571 1631 71 5608 Matham J 1571 1631
71/5608 Matham, J. (1571-1631). Apollo as Sol. Engraving after C. CORNELISZ., 34x22,8 cm., 2 double line caption in Latin and Dutch, "CC harlemensis Invent" and "IMatham sculp.".

- Trifle foxed in margins; fine impression with ample margins.

= New Hollstein 175, 1st state of 3. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CXXXVI.

€ (1.500-2.000) 4250
71 5609 Matham J  1571 1631 71 5609 Matham J 1571 1631
71/5609 Matham, J. (1571-1631). Christ raising the Son of the Widow of Nain. Engraving after F. ZUCCARO, 50x28 cm., engr. 6-line poem in 3 columns by F. Estius below.

- Cut to/ just inside the borderline. Old middle-fold; corners dam. (w. sl. loss of image in lower right corner).

= Hollstein 32, the second state (of 4).

AND 3 other etchings and engravings by P. TESTA (2x, later impressions) and after M.A. RAIMONDI (Galatea, publ. by C. Losi, Rome, 1773).

€ (100-150) 250
71 5610 Matham J  1571 1631 71 5610 Matham J 1571 1631
71/5610 Matham, J. (1571-1631). Portrait of Maurice of Nassau, Prince of Orange. Engraving after M.J. VAN MIEREVELT, 22,6x16,1 cm., "Ia. Matham sculp." in plate, w. engr. 5-line Latin laudation in lower margin.

- Sl. grey impression with ample margins. = Hollstein 246, the only state.

AND 2 portraits of "Elysabet van Gods Genaede" and "Philippus de III" (published by J. Janssonius).

€ (150-250)
71 5611 Matham J  1571 1631 71 5611 Matham J 1571 1631
71/5611 Matham, J. (1571-1631). Portrait of Maurice of Nassau, Prince of Orange. Engraving after M.J. VAN MIEREVELT, 22,6x16,1 cm., "Ia. Matham sculp." in plate, w. engr. 5-line Latin laudation in lower margin and w. letterpress Dutch translation on verso.

- Sm. imperfection above right eye; sl. duststained in lower right corner; some unobtrusive traces of former mounting on verso (not visible on recto).

= Hollstein 246, the only state.

€ (150-250)