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pietro francesco alberti (1584 Borgo San Sepolcro or Rome – 1638 Rome)


Academia D Pitori
. Etching. 40.5 x 52.8 cm. B. XXVII, 313, 1.

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nicolas beatrizet (Engraver from Lorraine, active in Rome between ca. 1540–1566)


Jesus Standing, Holding the Cross. Engraving after Michelangelo.
44.1 x 21.2 cm.  B. XV, 250, 23.

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boetius adams (1580 Bolsward – 1633 Antwerp)


Boereverdriet (Peasant’s Sorrow). Set of four engravings after David Vinckboons.
Each ca. 21.8 x 28.5 cm. (1610). Hollstein 314–317 I (of II). Watermark:
Pot with Flower and Crescent (Hollstein 317) and countermark (H. 314–316).

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pierre brebiette (1598 Mantes – 1650 Paris)


Fortuna Crowned by Jupiter, with Pluto and Neptune. Etching after Claude Vignon. 25.8 x 20.3 cm. 1624. BNIFF 174; Pacht Bassani (1992), 86 G. Watermark: Bunch of grapes.

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gian giacomo caraglio (1505 Verona – 1565 Cracow)


Portrait of Pietro Aretino. Engraving, after Titian? 19.2 x 15.2 cm.
B. XV, 98, 64. Watermark: Crown with half moon.

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hieronymus cock (ca. 1510 – 1570, Antwerp)


Landscape with the Temptation of Christ. Etching. 31.5 x 43.3 cm. Wurzbach 19; Hollstein 2. Watermark: Fleur de lis with letters „Simeon Nivelle“ (cf. Briquet 7079 ff, Troyes, after 1547).

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jérome david (ca. 1605 Paris – ca. 1670 Rome)


Homere Poete Greco / Vero Ritratto / Cavato del Natural (Bust-length portrait of Homer). Etching. 15.1 x 12.3 cm. IFF 133.

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german school ca. 1620


Two Mismatched Couples. Two etchings. 12 x 13.8 cm. Undescribed.

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italian school ca. 1540


Petrarch and Laura; Lodovico Ariosto and Jacopo Sannazaro.
Four engravings. Each ca. 23.4 x 16.5 cm. Ant. Sal. Exc.
Undescribed. Watermark: Arrows crossed under star
(Woodward 193 ff, on two sheets).

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matthäus küsell (1629–1681, Augsburg)


Ecce Homo. Engraving. 37.2 x 25.2 cm.Le Blanc 1,
Nagler 1, Hollstein 1. Watermark: Crowned coat-of-arms.

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jean lepautre (1618 – 1682, Paris)


Frises en manière des bas-reliefs, dans des bordures
. Set of six etchings. Each ca. 11.4 x 42.8 cm. BNIFF (Graveurs du XVIIième siècle), vol. II, 1543–1548,I (of II). Watermark: Bunch of grapes in double circle with letters Colombier (Heawood 2428–29, ca. 1655). 

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monogrammist cer (Georges Reverdy, active in Lyon between 1529 and 1565)


Eight Children Dancing to the Music of a Bagpipe. Engraving. 10.4 x 31.5 cm. 1570. B. XV, 485, 38; Nagler, Die Monogrammisten I, 2508, p. 1038; IFF (Graveurs du 16ième siècle), vol. II, 35.

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monogrammist cvbaro (active in Germany early 17th Century)


A Wide, Mountainous River Landscape with the Disciples on the Road to Emmaus. Etching. 20.8 x 28.3 cm. CVBaro: in Schöneberg / Fecit Anno Dni 1604. Undescribed. 

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bernardino passari (ca. 1540 Ancona – ca. 1590 Rome)


Saint Anthony Discovers the Body of Saint Paul the Hermit Being Borne by Angels
. Engraving. 40.5 x 26.8 cm. 1582. B. XVII, 38, 75 I (of II). Watermark: Pilgrim in circle (Woodward 4, Rome, 1565).

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andries pauwels (1600 – 1639, Antwerp)


The Tooth-Puller. Etching after Theodor Rombouts. 30 x 39 cm. Wurzbach 6, Hollstein 7. Watermark: Bunch of grapes with lily (Heawood 2332–34, Paris 1631).

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bartholomäus reiter (died 1622 in Munich)


The Christ Child holding the Globe; A Child sitting on a Skull and Blowing Soap Bubbles. Two etchings. Each ca. 10 x 7.8 cm. 1610. Heller-Andresen 3 respectively undescribed; Nagler 1, 10 I (of II).

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orazio de santis (called Aquilano, active between 1568 – 1584)


Christ and Mary Magdalene. Etching. 27.2 x 23.8 cm. 1572. B. XVII, 11, 11.

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diana scultori (called Mantovana, ca. 1547 Mantua – 1612 Rome)


The Descent from the Cross. Engraving. 32.7 x 22.1 cm. B. XV, 435,7 I (of II); Massari 1980, 87, 143; Bellini 5 I (of II). Watermark: Pascal lamb in circle (Woodward 47ff, Rome, after 1564).

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andries jacobsz. stock (ca. 1580 Antwerp – ca. 1648 The Hague)


The Adoration of the Shepherds. Engraving after A. Bloemaert. 35.5 x 28.3 cm. Ca. 1600–05. Wurzbach 2, Hollstein 3 I (of III). Watermark: Basle Crozier.

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agostino veneziano (or Agostino dei Musi, ca. 1490 Venice – active until 1536 in Rome)


The Madonna Adored by Saints of the Dominican Order. Engraving, printed à la poupée in red and blue ink. 39.8 x 22.9 cm. B. XIV, 99, 112 II; Passavant VI, 53, 27. Watermark: Bow and Arrow (cf Briquet 815 ff: Venice, Bergamo, Treviso, 1487 onwards).

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francesco bartolozzi (1728 Florence – 1815 Lissabon)


Portrait of Prince William Henry Aboard a Warship of the British Royal Navy
. Etching and aquatint in reddish brown, after Benjamin West. 55.6 x 48 cm. Le Blanc 618; De Vesme-Calabi 926 I–II (of III).

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giambattista brustolon (ca. 1712 Dont di Zoldo – 1796 Venedig)


The Coronation of the Doge. Etching and engraving, reworked with watercolour, after a drawing by Antonio Canaletto. 44.5 x 56.7 cm. Le Blanc 6; Pedrocco/Tonini 3 III (of IV). Watermark: Crowned coat of arms with three stars (Bromberg, Canaletto, No. 27; Montecuccoli degli Erri, Canaletto Incisore, No. 9).

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german school late 18th Century


Vanitas Still Life. Etching. 8.8 x 7.2 cm. Undescribed.

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albert christoph dies (1755 Hannover – 1822 Vienna)


“Landscapes with Armida and Medea Soaring Aloft”. Two etchings. 21.6 x 26.9 cm. 1784; 1792. Andresen 1–2 II.

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johann elias haid (1739 – 1809, Augsburg)


Johannes Kupezky Pictor (Self-portrait of Johann Kupezky). Mezzotint. 42.5 x 29.8 cm. 1773. Le Blanc 40, Heller-Andresen 7.

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thomas patch (ca. 1720 Devonshire – 1782 Florence)


And when Death himself knocked at my door … Etching. 41.6 x 30.6 cm. Not in Nagler or Le Blanc.

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


The Tomb of Mamia in Pompeii.
Etching, reworked with water colour and gouache, the image surrounded by an engraved paper mat. 47.9 x 69.3 cm. Signed “despres” with pen and brown ink at the lower left of the image; on the paper mat signed and titled by the artist in pen and brown ink “Desprez” respectively “Tombeau de Mamia à P…” (signature and title faded); annotated at the lower right by Francesco Piranesi “se vend chez Mr. François Piranesi à Rome”; verso numbered “N° 3” in pen and brown ink. Ca. 1781. Wollin 9 I (of II).

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giacomo quarenghi (1744 Valle Imagna near Bergamo – 1817 St. Petersburg)


View of the Porta Salaria in Rome
. Etching. 13.5 x 20.5 cm. Inscribed in pen and brown ink, probably by the artist himself: “Guarenghi fecit”. Nagler 1 I (of II).

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johann christian reinhart (1761 Hof – 1847 Rome)


The Mill at the Great Oaks.
Etching. 44.6 x 59 cm. 1788. Andresen 20 II (of III).

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paul troger (1698 Welsberg – 1762 Vienna)


„Holy Family with Landscape Background“.
Etching. 15.6 x 11.4 cm. 1721. Heller-Andresen 1 I (of II); Nagler 9 I (of II). 

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thomas worlidge (1700 Peterborough – 1766 Hammersmith)


Bust-length portrait of Arabella Worlidge, the Wife of theArtist, with Brush and Palette. Etching and drypoint, reworked with brush and black and gray ink. 15.2 x 11.8 cm. Verso with an inscription in pen and ink “Portrait of Mrs. Worlidge of Bath by her Husband Tho.s”. 

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giovanni martino de’ boni (1753 Venice – active in Rome until ca. 1831)


Mors Adonidis. Etching and stipple engraving. 51.5 x 79.3 cm. 1800. Heller-Andresen 2. 

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florian grospietsch (1789 Protzau – 1820/28 active in Rome and Naples)


View of the Isle of Capri with Stormy Sea
. Etching. 30.5 x 46.2 cm. 1824. From Heller-Andresen 3 I (of II). 

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francesco hayez (1791 Venice – 1882 Milano)


Self-portrait of the Artist Drawing.
Lithograph on Chine appliqué. 45.5 x 36.6 cm. Signed on the stone, with the stamped monogram of the artist. Ca. 1830. Calabi (Saggio sulla Litografi a. La prima produzione italiana in rapporto a quello degli altri paesi sino al 1840) 34. 

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karl friedrich schinkel (1781 Neuruppin – 1841 Berlin)


Das Schloss Prediama in Crein XII Stund: von Triest. Steindruck von Fr. Klinsmann in Berlin. Nach der Natur und mit der Feder auf Stein gezeichnet von Schinkel. 1816. Lithograph on yellowish wove paper, on a contemporary mount. 39.3 x 31.1 cm. Grisebach 1924, p. 193; Dussler 6; Winkler 9; Börsch-Supan, Exhibit. Catalogue Karl Friedrich Schinkel, Berlin, Schloss Charlottenburg 1981, 186. 

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johann peter wagner (1802 Mannheim – 1847 Karlsruhe)


Oak / The Evergreen / From Ghigi Park in Ariccia near Rome. Lithograph after Carl Frommel. 64 x 48 cm. “Drawn from nature by C. Frommel 1815 / transferred to stone by P. Wagner 1822”. Winkler 900, 9. 

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käthe kollwitz (1867 Königsberg – 1945 Moritzburg)


Girl Praying. Drypoint and soft-ground etching (vernis mou) printed in brown ink on yellowish wove paper. 19.4 x 14.8 cm. Signed and with the signature of the printer Otto Felsing, Berlin. (1892). Klipstein 11 II a (from b, from IV); Von dem Knesebeck 14 I d (from e, from V b). 

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georges lemmen (1865 – 1916, Bruxelles)


Deux Femmes dans un Interieur
. Etching and drypoint printed in brown ink on cream-coloured laid paper. 19.8 x 29.7 cm. Monogrammed in the plate. 1905. Cardon 40. 

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anders zorn (1860 Utmeland – 1920 Mora)


Albert Besnard and his Model. Drypoint on creamcoloured laid paper. 23.6 x 15.8 cm. Signed. (1896). Delteil 103; Asplund 105. 

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aat veldhoen (born 1934 in Amsterdam)


Portrait of Neighbour in Curlers. Etching on bright white wove paper. 34.4 x 27.7 cm. Signed. (19)60. Vroom 60–14; Boogert-de Heer 35. 

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