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battista d’angolo (known as Battista del Moro, c. 1514 Verona – c. 1573 Venice)

Tomb of a Bishop. Etching. 35.1 x 25 cm. Bartsch XVI, 184, 13; Meyer, Allgemeines Künstler-Lexikon, II, 37, 21.

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gian lorenzo bernini (1598 Neapel – 1680 Rom)

after. Portrait of Ottaviano Castelli. Etching. 21.4 x 13.9 cm. (1641).

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abraham bosse (1602 Tours – 1676 Paris)

Le Pâtissier. Etching, coloured with gouache and gold heightening. 26.4 x 33.7 cm. Circa 1632–35. Duplessis 1397,7; Inventaire du Fonds Français 1397.

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pierre brebiette (c. 1598 Mantes – 1642 Paris)

Le cabaret d’enfants (Two Girls in a Tavern). Etching. 8.2 x 9.2 cm. Inventaire du Fonds Français 238; exhibition catalogue Pierre Brebiette, Musée des Beaux-Arts d’Orléans, 2001/02, p. 48, No. 3.

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barbara van den broeck (born c. 1558–60 in Antwerp)

The Last Judgement. Engraving after Crispijn van den Broeck. 40.7 x 29 cm. (1599). Hollstein 7 I (of II); The New Hollstein (in preparation) 152 I (of IV).

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bernardino capitelli (1589–1639, Siena)

Lot and His Daughters. Etching after Rutilio Manetti. 19.4 x 23.8 cm. Bartsch 1. Watermark: Pilgrim in circle.

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jeremias falck (c.1619–1677, Gdańsk)

The Ageing Wanton. Engraving. 37 x 30,4 cm. Block 156 I (of II), Hollstein 156. Watermark: Crowned Strasbourg fleur-de-lys coat of arms.

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hendrick goltzius (1558 Mühlbracht – 1617 Haarlem)

Young Man with Fluttering Drapery. Woodcut on blue paper, with white heightening. 10.8 x 6.4 cm. Circa 1598. Bartsch 240; Hollstein 376 I (of II); Strauss, Goltzius, 408; Bialler, Chiaroscuro Woodcuts, 53 I b (of II).

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jacques horenbault (fl. c. 1608 in Ghent)

Allegory of the Vices. Etching. 39.2 x 51.3 cm. (1608). Hollstein 1.

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italian school circa 1550

Architectural Capriccio with Antique Trophies and Male Torso. Etching. 43 x 52.5 cm. Undescribed. Watermark: Two crossed arrows (cf. Woodward 187 ff, Rome, after 1552).

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claude mellan (1598 Abbeville – 1688 Paris)

St. John the Baptist in the Wilderness. Engraving and etching. 39 x 27.1 cm. (1629). Montaiglon 80; Inventaire du Fonds Français 84 I (of III). Watermark: Anchor in Circle.

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crispijn de passe i (c. 1565 Arnemuiden – 1637 Utrecht)

Ecce Homo. Engraving. 31.6 x 24.8 cm. 1608. Hollstein 156.

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rosso fiorentino (1494 Florence – 1540 Paris)

Caritas Romana. Engraving. 13.8 x 32 cm. 1542. Bartsch XV, 487, 2; Herbet (1899), III, 24; Exhibition Catalogue Rosso Fiorentino, National Gallery of Art, Washington, 1987/88, 81 (I of III).

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adamo scultori (circa 1530 Mantua – 1587 Rome)

Pan Playing on the Flute and a Nymph. Engraving in an oval, printed in brown ink. 20.2 x 13.2 cm. Bartsch 11, Bellini 15 I (of III).

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nicolaas verkolje (1673 Delft – 1746 Amsterdam)

The Apostle Paul. Mezzotint engraving, printed in reddish brown, after Adriaen Cornelisz. van Linschoten. 27.1 x 17.7 cm. Wurzbach 18.

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hieronymus wierix (1553–1619, Antwerp)

Madonna with Child on Crescent Moon. Engraving. 35.2 x 28.5 cm. Mauquoy-Hendrickx 721 II (of IV), The New Hollstein 996 II (of IV). Watermark: Letter S in curved shield.

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pierre michel alix (1762–1817, Paris)

Premier Acte Civil de la République d’Athènes. Colour etching. 54.3 x 92.8 cm. Apparently unrecorded.

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jacopo amigoni (1675 Venice – 1752 Madrid)

Madonna with Child. Etching. 17.9 x 13.7 cm. Bartsch 1; Le Blanc 1; Heller-Andresen 2; Meyer, Allgemeines Künstler-Lexikon, I, 633, 3 I (of II) ; The Illustrated Bartsch, 47, Part 3 (Commentary), p. 152, 001, I (of II).

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michel françois dandré-bardon (1700 Aix-en-Provence – 1783 Paris)

Christ in front of the Cross. Etching. 6.7 x 9.1 cm. Le Blanc 1; Beraldi 3, 729.

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giovanni david (1743 Cabella Ligure – 1790 Genoa)

Artemisia. Etching. 9.5 x 13.8 cm. (1775). Le Blanc 12; Newcome Schleier/Grasso 145 I (of II).

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louis jean desprez (1743 Auxerre – 1804 Stockholm)

Sola Experientia Vera Medicamina Docet (Tis only ex-perience that teaches proper remedies). Coloured aquatint etching on ivory-coloured laid paper. 27.8 x 45.6 cm. 1789.

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joachim martin falbe (1709–1782, Berlin)

Frederick II as a child. Etching. 20.1 x 12.2 cm. Heinecken 1; Nagler 5; Heller-Andresen 3; Soldan 21.

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wilhelm von kobell (1766 Mannheim – 1855 Munich)

Moonlight in the Neckar Meadows; Evening in the Neckar Meadows. Two aquatint etchings, each measuring approx. 12.4 x 19 cm. 1790. Goedl-Roth 88, 89.

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carl wilhelm kolbe the elder (1757 Berlin – 1835 Dessau)

Study Sheet. Etching on an ivory-coloured wove paper. 35.2 x 24.8 cm. Circa 1801. Martens 4.

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jean-philippe-guy le gentil, comte de paroy (1750–1824, Paris)

Frieze with Satyrs, Maenads and Putti. Etching and roulette on greyish-violet-tinted paper. 11.6 x 55.3 cm. 1787. Undescribed.

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jean etienne liotard (1702–1789, Geneva)

Large Self-portrait. Mezzotint, burin and roulette. 48 x 38.5 cm. Circa 1780. Tilanus 8; Roethlisberger/Loche 522.

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martin von molitor (1759–1812, Vienna)

The Fallen Tree Trunk; The Herd in the Wood. Etching, roulette and aquatint. Each 24.8 x 32.5 cm. Nagler 51, 52.

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johann christian reinhart (1761 Hof – 1847 Rome)

Southern Ideal Landscape with Ancient Ruins. Etching. 25.3 x 35.8 cm. Circa 1795. Undescribed.

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giovanni domenico tiepolo (1727–1804, Venice)

The Apparition of the Virgin to St. Simon Stock. Etching and engraving. 61 x 39.7 cm. De Vesme 57; Rizzi (1971) 98 I (of II); Succi 34 I (of II). Watermark: Letters AS (similar to Bromberg, Canaletto, no. 43).

 

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paul troger (1698 Welsberg – 1762 Vienna)

David with the Head of Goliath. Etching. 11 x 7.9 cm. Nagler 1; Aschenbrenner / Schweighofer 282.

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franz xaver wagenschön (1726 Littisch – 1790 Vienna)

Neptune and Amphitrite Surrounded by Nereids and Water Nymphs. Etching. 17.5 x 25.1 cm. 1784. Nagler 5.

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franz xaver wagenschön (1726 Littisch – 1790 Vienna)

Picturesque Etchings from Italy, first instalment. Six etchings printed on Chine appliqué. Each about 17 x 24.5 cm. 1835–39. Andresen 23–28 I (of II).

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marie-philippe coupin de la couperie (1773 Sèvres – 1851 Versailles)

Andromède. Lithograph. 26.1 x 17.7 cm. Circa 1819. Béraldi, vol. 5, p. 58; Inventaire du Fonds Français, Après 1800, vol. 5, p. 240, 2.

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carl august lebschée (1800 Schmiegel – 1877 Munich)

Nocturnes / Etched on Copper / by C:Lebschée / Landscape painter. Title page, four etchings printed on Chine appliqué. 5.5 x 7.5 cm and 8.5 x 12.8 cm. In the original greyish green paper envelope. Andresen 2, Nagler 3.

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hjalmar carl gustaf mörner (1794 Stockholm – 1837 Paris)

Il Carnevale di Roma. Title page, printed list of contents, 20 etchings, each measuring about 20.8 x 47 cm. In a contemporary half-leather binding (edges scuffed and minor damage to spine) with a red cover label. Rome, Presso Francesco Bourlié, 1820.

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emmanuel phélippes-beaulieux (1829 Nantes – 1874)

Le Gros chêne creux, étude prise à Sautron. Etching, aquatint and roulette on wove paper. 65.8 x 40.5 cm. 1858. Undescribed.

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simon quaglio (1795–1878, Munich)

Four Views of Gothic Monasteries. Four lithographs. Each about 24.5 x 19.6 cm. 1822–26. Winkler 14–17.

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francesco rosaspina (1762 Monte Scudolo – 1841 Bologna)

Allegory of the Printer Giovanni Battista Bodoni. Etching and aquatint in brown. 54 x 74.5 cm. 1817. Nagler 34.

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johann gottfried schadow (1764–1850, Berlin)

The Vigano Dancing Couple. Zincography on ivory-coloured wove paper, reworked with pen and sepia. 20.2 x 31.5 cm. With a dedication to Emil Bendemann in the artist’s own hand. 1837. Mackowsky 133.

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johann philipp veith (1768–1837, Dresden)

Works of Leisure / Ouvrages de Loisir. Typographical preface and table of contents in German and French, 12 etchings. 31.5 x 22.6 cm (sheet size). 1822. In original paper envelope. Nagler 37.

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