5388 - 5863 FINE ARTS - GRAPHIC ART, 16th-19th CENTURY
- Sl. surface dam. (silverfish) in blank margins.
AND 3 other Salon etchings by E. YON after C. BERNIER, "Le Matin", by E. CHAMPOLLION after U. BUTIN, "Départ" and by CH. COURTRY after C. BERNIER, "Janvier (Bretagne)."
= Cows in landscapes or cow's heads. I.a. by Pieter Janson, J. Kobell, B.P. Ommganck, P.G. van Os, P. Roosing, Adriaen van der Velde, Fr. Voltz,
- Old middle-fold; margins browned/ sl. foxed.
Idem (after). Het inrijden der stal. Lithograph, 26,5x37 cm., lithogr. captions above and below, from Koninklijk Museum van 's Gravenhage. - AND 29 other prints by/ after the same, all historical bookillustrations, i.a. the greater part from J.P. AREND, Algemeene Geschiedenis (...) (Amst., 1840-1844).
= All from the collection of J. Byvoet w. his collector's mark on verso
= I.a. Huiselijk tafereel met marskramer, De Bloemenschilderes, De doodgraver (woodengraving from Kunstkroniek. Foxed), Een schilder en een musicerende dame (engr. from Nederlandsche Muzen-Almanak 1835), Waterval, Een Italiaanse zeehaven, Familietafereel met vioolspelende man, "De omroeper" and Een vischboer. All from the collection of J.A.M. Byvoet, w. his collector's mark on verso (Lugt 2841b).
- Foxed/ browned, mainly in blank margin(s); sm. contemp. owner's entry on title-p.
= Very rare, unrecorded with 13 plates. Beall E 11, listing title and 10 plates: our copy without Beall's "Old chaires to mend ... Stoelen te matten", but with three etchings not mentioned by Beall: "Buy a fine singing Bird .... Moye Voogelties die singgen", "Mountabanck ... De Quacksalver" and "Crab Crab any Crab ... Wie wil Crabbe". These three etchings all present in Laroon's The Cryes of the City of London (1711). Hollstein 27-36 and Wessely 27-36 both only listing the title and 9 plates. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE LXXIV.
- Most etchings (sl.) browned/ foxed, mostly in blank margins. Binding trifle worn along extremities.
= Illustrations to the novels by Sir Walter Scott, published by Fisher and Son & Co. (London and Paris, 1836-1858). Each w. the volume- and page number below the image.
- All prints w. purposely yellowed blank margins; 4 etchings w. sm. stain (partly vague).
= Hollstein 12-17, the 3rd state (of 3), with the address of P. Schenk, letter a and number 3.
- Trimmed just outside the borderline; sm. unobtrusive brown stain near left border.
= IFF/ Robert Dumesnil/ le Blanc 25.
= Delteil 121, the third and final state.
AND 3 other etchings, i.a. by F. BONVIN and F.-H. LANOUE (signed in pencil).
- Verso remains of former mounting.
- Badly yellowed; frayed in upper and lower blank margin.
= The 2nd state (of 2); Clement-Janin 73: "Pièce réputée et assez rare".
Anonymous (18th cent.). (A woman climbing stairs carrying a bucket). Drawing, red crayon, 26x16 cm.
= On paper with watermark of a spouting whale and w. "Adriaan Rogge".
AND 7 miscell. 18th-19th prints and drawings, i.a. a 19th cent. handcol. engr. of putti playing w. a huge tambourine signed "L. Perret[?]" in the plate.
- Forty two etchings crudely cut out; ex library copy w. stamps on title-p.; bookblock splitting; a few quires loose(ning); partly waterstained in inner blank margin, not affecting plates.
= Famous collection of etched reproductions after the great masters, first publ. Edinb., 1803.
- Ample margins. = Linck 161, 1st state (of 3), early impression. Rare, in the style of Salvator Rosa.
AND 3 others by/ after(?) the same: (A hermit in front of his hut under a cross in a mountainous landscape with a waterfall) (monogrammed "D" and "1756" in the plate, not in Linck); (A group of travellers next to a road in a Dutch rural landscape) (signed "C.W.E. Dietrich del: 1730) and 'Tritonen-Kampf' (Linck 45, 2nd state (of 2)).
- Vertical central fold; soiled on verso; folds strengthened on verso at upper and lower edge.
= Hollstein 6, but a later state not mentioned by Hollstein; Hollstein 1204 (M. de Vos).
- Some foxing (1x more severely); all verso w. brown paper tape along blank margin from former framing.
= Leblanc p.521. 1. Caida del picador - Chute d'un picador; 2. Suerte de banderillas - Banderillero piquant la banderilla; 3. Suerte de capa - Banderillero excitant le taureau; 4. Cogida de un torero - Torero enlevé par le taureau; 5. Suerta de pico - Coup de lance; 6. Estocada - Coup d'épée. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE LXXV.
- Two brown stains in lower part.
= Very rare. Possibly from Livre de portraiture receuilli des excellens maistres dItalie et autres (Paris, Jean Messager, ±1627).
AND an etched sketchleaf after Watteau (w. the manuscript collector's mark of Amedée Faure (1801-1878) (Lugt 115) on verso).
- Trimmed close to the borderline.
= Hollstein 6, 2nd state (of 3). Verso w. owner's inscription of J.A. Boerner (1785-1862) and unidentified collector's mark.
- Sl. browned.
= With the collector's marks of Friedrich August II of Saxony (Lugt 971) and Ludwig Puttrich (Lugt 2064) on recto; Hollstein 41, 2nd state (of 2), with the number.
AND 11 others by the same, incl. 4 printed on 2 lvs., all with the numbers: 5-10, 30, 37, 39, 40 and 42.
- Title leaf cut short, w. sl. loss of text in upper part; plates occas. browned/ foxed.
= Various subjects, i.a. commedia del'arte, soldiers and a fencing duel.
- Fine, dark impression. Trimmed on or just outside the borderline; tiny hole in upper part, repaired on verso.
= Without text. Meder 159 III b (of 4); Schoch/ Mende/ Scherbaum 220. Rare. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE LXXIV.