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Cherubino Alberti (1553 Borgo San Sepolcro – 1615 Rome)

Seated Man Facing Left. Engraving after Michelangelo. 31.3 x 21 cm. B. 150, Meyer, Allgemeines Künstler-Lexikon I, 212, 159 II (of IV).

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romano alberti (ca. 1555 Borgo San Sepolcro - between 1599 and 1604 Rome)

An Oriental Scene with Turkish Wrestlers. Etching. 22 x 29.3 cm. Romanus Albertus incidebat inventor. Watermark: Shield with kneeling saint with cross (see Heawood 1346 following: Rome, since 1570). Unrecorded.

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andrea andreani (ca. 1558/59–1629, Mantua)

The Presentation in the Temple. Chiaroscuro woodcut from four blocks. 40.7 x 30.1 cm. 1608. B. XII, 31, 6 II, Meyer, Allgemeines Künstler-Lexikon I, 725, 4 II.

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willem van bemmel (1630 Utrecht - 1708 Wöhrd)

Landscape with a Man and a Boy. Etching. 11.1 x 17.8 cm. Weigel 12622, Hollstein 7 (without illustration). Watermark: Crown (fragment).

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johannes pietersz berendrecht (ca. 1590 Alkmaar – ca. 1645 Haarlem)

Portrait of Hendrick Goltzius in an Oval, Set in a Richly Allegorical Frame. Etching. 20.2 x 17.7 cm. Johannes P. Berendrecht excudit. 1617. Unrecorded.

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pieter bruegel the elder - after (1525 Bruegel near Eindhoven – 1569 Brussels)

The Parable of the Prudent and Foolish Virgins. Engraving. 22.3 x 29.1 cm. Bastelaer 123, Lebeer 39, Hollstein 123. Watermark: Crowned coat of arms containing letter L with two fleur-de-lis and letter b attached below (Briquet 8288-8290: from 1512).

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luca ciamberlano (active 1599–1641 in Rome and Urbino)

Bust-length Portrait of St. Thomas. Engraving. 52.9 x 38.2 cm. 1606. B. 74.

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cornelis cort (1533 Hoorn or Edam – 1578 Rome)

A Man Shooting a Crossbow. Engraving. 22.2 x 13.9 cm. 1579. Bierens de Haan 244 I (of II); Hollstein (Cort) 244 I (of II), New Hollstein (Cort, Rejected Prints) 48 I (of II).

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pietro facchetti (1535 Mantua – 1619 Rome)

The Holy Virgin Washing the Infant Christ. Etching and engraving. 29.7 x 26 cm. B. XVII, 16, 1 II; Seccareccia 1 II.

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pieter jalhea furnius (called Dufour, ca. 1545–1626, Liège)

Time Rescuing Truth from the Vices. Engraving. 26.2 x 19.6 cm. P. Ialhea Furnius inventor et fe. Not in Hollstein. Watermark: Basle crozier.

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hessel gerritsz (1581 Alkmaar – 1632 Amsterdam)

The Four Seasons. Four etchings after David Vinckboons. Each ca. 19 x 24.8 cm. Hollstein 16 after I (of II), The Illustrated Bartsch 53, Supplement, after 001 I (of  III). Watermark: Small coat -of arms (on three prints).

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hendrick goltzius (1558 Mühlbracht – 1617 Haarlem)

The Last Judgment. Four engravings after Johannes Stradanus (Jan van der Straet). Diameter 25.9-26.2 cm. Ca. 1578. B. 281-284, Hirschmann 325-328 I (of II), H. 325-328 I (of II), The Illustrated Bartsch Vol 3 (Commentary) 281-284 I (of II).

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michele greco (or Grecchi, called Lucchese, active between 1534–1564 in Rome)

An Antique Offering (The Cult of Diana of Ephesos). Engraving. 22.8 x 22.4 cm. Passavant VI, 168, 14; Nagler 12. Watermark: Shield with letter M and Star (see Heawood 313 following: Rome, Antonio Lafreri and Claudio Duchet, since 1558).

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leo van heil (1605 – after 1661, Brussels)

The Peasant Dance. Etching after Pieter Paul Rubens. 21.4 x 28.9 cm. Hollstein 1. Watermark: Lothringian cross.

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willem van lande (ca. 1610 Delft – 1650 Amsterdam)

Pharaoh Perishing in the Red Sea. Etching. 20.2 x 28.8 cm. Wurzbach 1, Hollstein 1. Watermark: Seven-pointed fool's cap.

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jean morin (ca. 1605/10–1650, Paris)

Portrait of Antoine Vitré. Etching and Burin. 31.9 x  21.7 cm. Robert-Dumesnil 88 III, cat. French Prints from the Age of the Musketeers, Boston 1998, no. 47; Mazel 94 III. Watermark: Coat of arms of France and Navarra (see Mazel p. 357, no. 2).

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jan muller (1571–1628, Amsterdam)

Portrait of Maurits, Prince of Orange. Engraving after Michiel van Mierevelt. 42.3 x 29.8 cm. The New Hollstein 58 II. Watermark: House with Basle Crozier (Briquet 1321, Hollstein 5a).

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giuseppe nicola nasini (1657 Castel del Piano – 1736 Siena)

The Dead Christ Surrounded by Angels. Etching. 13,2 x 21,1 cm. Ioseph Na: Nasini Senen : Inv : et scul: Undescribed.

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crescenzio onofri (ca. 1632 Rome – ca. 1715 Florence)

Landscape with a Man and a Woman in Conversation. Etching. 21.6 x 30.7 cm. B. 3. Watermark: Quadroped within circle surmounted by letter P and countermark.

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richard van orley (1663–1732, Brussels)

Vertumnus and Pomona. Etching. 16.6 x 20.4 cm. Wurzbach 6, Hollstein 33.

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bartolomeo passarotti (1529–1592 Bologna)

The Visitation. Etching. 31.2 x 48.9 cm. B. XVIII, 3, 2; Ferrara/Bertelà, Incisori Bolognesi ed Emiliani del '500, 313 (illustration in reverse); The Illustrated Bartsch, Vol. 39, Commentary part 2, p. 19, 007. Watermark: Hand within circle (see Heawood 2544: Lafreri, Rome since 1556).

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magdalena de passe (1600 Cologne – before 1640 Utrecht)

Four Landscapes with Scenes from the Story of Elijah. Engravings after Roelant Saverij and Adam Willaerts. Each ca. 20.4 x 26.2 cm. Franken 1274-1277, Hollstein 18-21. Watermark: Large coat of arms.

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rembrandt harmensz. van rijn (1606–1669 Amsterdam)

A Woman at the Bath, with a Hat beside her. Etching and drypoint on an ivory Japan. 15.8 x 12.8 cm. B. 199, White-Boon (Hollstein) 199 II.

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jan saenredam (ca. 1565 Zaandam – 1607 Assendelft)

Allegory of the Good and Evil Nature (The Mirror of Virtue). Engraving after Cornelis Ketel. 52.8 x 37.5 cm. B. 106, Hollstein 114 III (of IV). Watermark: Basle Crozier.

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giovanni battista del sole (1615/25 Milan ? – traceable 1644-1673)

Equestrian Battle. Etching. 30.5 x 22.6 cm. B. 2, Le Blanc 2, Heller-Andresen 2, The Illustrated Bartsch, Vol. 47, Part 1 (Commentary), p. 140, .002.

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valentin de boullogne (1594 Coulommiers – 1632 Rome)

La Bonne aventure (The Fortune-Teller). Etching and burin. 20.3 x 28.2 cm. Robert-Dumesnil VII, 163, 1 I (of II).

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enea vico (1523 Parma – 1567 Ferrara)

Flora. Engraving. 42 x 29 cm. Ca. 1561. B. XV, 293, 23.

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hieronymus wierix (1553–1619, Antwerp)

The Archangel Michael Triumphing over Evil. Two engravings after Maarten de Vos. Each 28.9 x 20 cm. 1584. Alvin 1048, Mauquoy-Hendrickx 1260 I and II, New Hollstein 1084 I and II.

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johannes wierix (1549 Antwerp – ca. 1620 Brussels)

Portrait of Anders Sorensen Vedel (Andreas Velleius). Engraving. 31 x 21.3 cm. Before 1585. Alvin 2047 bis, Mauquoy-Hendrickx 1929 I (of II), The New Hollstein 2164 I (of III).

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ignaz johann bendl (Brno – ca. 1730 Vienna)

The Penitent Magdalen. Etching. 29.3 x 23 cm. Thieme-Becker III, p. 303.

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canaletto (1697–1768, Venice)

La Libreria. V. Etching. 14.4 x 20.8 cm. De Vesme 15, Bromberg 18 II (of III). Watermark: Tre Lune.

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giovanni david (1743 Cabella Ligure – 1790 Genoa)

Le Zendale, ou la Femme qui revient de l'Eglise. Etching and aquatint on firm Venetian laid paper with watermark "Imperial". 23.9 x 16.9 cm. (1775). Le Blanc 12; Newcome Schleier / Grasso 14 a.

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joachim martin falbe (1709–1782, Berlin)

A Man Wearing a Plumed Beret, Gazing into the Distance. Etching. 14.5 x 11.4 cm. 1752. Soldan 16 II.

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john greenwood (1727 Boston – 1792 Margate)

Dutch Interior Showing a Man Courting a Young Woman. Mezzotint. After Frans van Mieris. 28.2 x 19 cm. Le Blanc 11.

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francesco piranesi & louis-jean desprez (1756 Rome – 1810 Paris) & (1743 Auxerre – 1804 Stockholm)

The Fireworks above Castello S. Angelo (La Girande au Chateau Saint-Ange). Etching, reworked with watercolor and gouache, the image surrounded by an engraved paper mat. 68.1 x 46.5 cm. In the lower left frame signed: "Desprez" and at the lower center titled "Chateau St Ange avec la Girandole a Rome" (both inscriptions somewhat faded); inscribed at lower right (in Piranesi's hand?): "Ce vend chez M. Francois Piranesi a Rome"and, on the verso, numbered in pen and brown ink in a contemporary hand "No 1." Ca 1783. Wollin 3 I (of III).

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giovanni domenico tiepolo (1727–1804, Venice)

Joseph Adoring the Christ Child in Mary's Arms. Etching and engraving. 17.9 x 23.7 cm. Dom. Tiepolo inv. et fec. 1752. Succi 70. Watermark: Madonna in Crescent?

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giovanni domenico tiepolo (1727–1804, Venice)

The Parting of Venus and Aeneas. Etching. 23.4 x 17.2 cm. De Vesme 86, Rizzi (1970) 133 II, Succi 158 II. Watermark: Countermark AV.

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lorenzo baldissera tiepolo (1736 Venice – 1776 Madrid)

St. Thekla Praying for the Town of Este to be Lifted of the Plague. Etching on heavy Venetian paper. 70.2 x 40 cm. Ca. 1760-61. De Vesme 3, Rizzi (1970) 220 II, Succi 6 II. Watermark: Large coat of arms and Tre Lune with countermark.

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giuseppe cammarano (1766 Sciacca – 1850 Naples)

Hercules Shooting his Arrow; An Antique Warrior Struck by Fear. Two etchings. 13.4 x 13.2 cm. Unrecorded.

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jean-baptiste chometon (1789 – after 1831, Lyon)

Portrait of the painter Fleury Francois Richard. Etching. 19 x 13.5 cm. 1812. Not in Beraldi.

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luigi sabatelli (1772 Florence – 1850 Milan)

The Vision of Daniel (I had a vision in the night, and, behold, the four winds of the heavens blew upon the great sea. And four great beasts came up from the sea, each one different.) Etching. 45.7 x 64.5 cm. 1809. Not in Nagler, Le Blanc, or Heller-Andresen; Luigi Sabatelli, Disegni e Incisioni, Uffizi, Florence 1978, No. 61.

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telemaco signorini (1835–1901 Florence)

Via del Fuoco or Via dei Pellicciai. Etching and drypoint in brown, printed from a zinc plate. 37 x 23.5 cm. Signed in pencil. Ca. 1886. Durbè/Folcini 85, Migliavacca  65.

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james abbott mcneill whistler (1834 Lowell, Mass. – 1903 London)

The Little Lagoon. Etching on ivory Japan. 22.6 x 15.2 cm. With the butterfly signature. (1879). Kennedy 186 II.

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