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peeter van der borcht (ca. 1535 Malines or Brussels – 1608 Antwerp)

The Parable of the Rich Man and Poor Lazarus. Set of 4 etchings. 24.2 x 29.6 cm. The New Hollstein 84–87. Watermark: Shield of arms (similar to Briquet 9819, after 1588).

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giovanni benedetto castiglione (1616 Genoa – 1670 Mantua)

Young Man with Feather Beret, Looking to the Right. Etching. 10.9 x 8.3 cm. Ca. 1645–50. Bartsch 35; The Illustrated Bartsch 46, Commentary, 35 I (of II). Watermark: countermark Six-pointed star.

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Dirck Volkertsz. Coornhert (1519 Amsterdam – 1590 Gouda)

Haec visunter Romae... (The Statue Court of the Palazzo Valle-Capranica in Rome). Engraving. 28.7 x 41.6 cm. Cock exc. 1553. The New Hollstein (M. van Heemskerck), Vol. II, 599 (attributed). Watermark: Letter P with Crinette logo and appended quatrefoil (Briquet 8518, Antwerp 1549).

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cornelis cort (1533 Hoorn or Edam – 1578 Rome)

The Descent from the Cross. Engraving after Girolamo Muziano. 28.6 x 21.3 cm. 1568. Bierens de Haan 86, The New Hollstein 64 I (of III). Watermark: Stag on shield with cross (cf. Woodward 51-52, Italy, from 1561).

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jacques courtois (called il Borgognone or Giacomo Borgognone delle Battaglie, 1621 Saint-Hippolyte – 1676 Rome)

Four Battle Scenes. Set of four etchings, each measuring approx. 21.1 x 33.3 cm. Robert-Dumesnil 9–12. Watermark: Fleur-de-Lis in circle (on R.-D. 11).

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german school ca. 1550

Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden. Stipple engraving and drypoint. 16.1 x 17.2 cm. Watermark: Serpent and countermark Quatrefoil with appended letter M.

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georg christian eimmart the younger (1638 Regensburg – 1704 Nuremberg)

Portrait of Georg Pfründt. Etching. 17.6 x 13.1 cm. Andresen 3; Hollstein 78 II.

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girolamo fagiuoli (active in Bologna and Rome, died 1574 in Bologna)

Anchora Inparo (I Am Still Learning). Engraving. 41.6 x 29.9 cm. 1538. Bartsch XIV, 302, 400; The Illustrated Bartsch, 27 (14), Part 2, pp. 93, 400 (302). Watermark: Tulips in circle with six-pointed star (Woodward 121–22, Rome 1558).

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giovanni battista franco (called il Semolei, ca. 1510–1561, Venice)

The Rape of Deianira. Etching and engraving. 24.6 x 38.5 cm. Bartsch XVI, 132, 40 I (of II).

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jacques fricquet (1638 Troyes – 1716 Paris)

The Rest during the Flight with Saint John. Etching after Sébastien Bourdon. 19.6 x 26.4 cm. Ca. 1665–70. Undescribed. Watermark: Grape.

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

Illustrations for the Epistle to the Hebrews, 11. Six engravings, each measuring approx. 29.6 x 19.7 cm. Undescribed.

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hendrick goltzius (1558 Mühlbracht – 1617 Haarlem)

Landscape with Trees and a Shepherd Couple; Landscape with a Farmhouse. 2 woodcuts on blue paper. 11.2 x 14.4 and 11.3 x 14.3 cm respectively. Ca. 1597–1600. Bartsch 243–244; Hirschmann 379–380 I (of II); Hollstein 379–380 I (of II); Bialler 50–51 I (of II). Unidentified watermark.

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jan lutma the younger (1624 – 1685, Amsterdam)

Ianus Lutma Posteritati (Bust of Jan Lutma the Elder). Punch engraving ("opus mallei"). 30.6 x 21.3 cm. Wurzbach 2; Hollstein 6 II.

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giovanni andrea maglioli (active in Rome or Naples before 1608)

A Triton Blowing on a Shell, Fantastic Sea Monster with Cherubs, and Two Fantasy Heads. Seven etchings. 4to. Nagler, Die Monogrammisten I, 899, 918; III, 1878; Berliner Ornamentstichkatalog 4350.

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simon novellanus (or Neuvel, active in Cologne during the second half of the 16th century)

Allegorical Landscape with Shipwreck. Etching after Cornelis Cort. 27.6 x 33.4 cm. Ca. 1595. Bierens de Haan (Cort) 246; Hollstein (Cort) 246; The New Hollstein (Cort), vol. III, 236 I (of II). Watermark: Crowned coat of arms.

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parmigianino - circle of

A Group of Women in an Interior at their Needlework. Etching and burin. 13.4 x 17.9 cm. 1554. Undescribed. Watermark: Crossed arrows with star (cf. Briquet 6300–02, Verona, after 1542).

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christoffel van sichem (1546–1624, Amsterdam)

Half-length Portrait of a Man with Feathered Beret and Glove. Woodcut after Hendrick Goltzius. 31 x 21 cm. 1607. Bartsch III, 126, 3; Hollstein 135.

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enea vico (1523 Parma – 1567 Ferrara)

Mars and Venus. Engraving. 29.8 x 20.6 cm. Bartsch XV, 292, 21. Watermark: Hand.

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lucas vorsterman (1595 Zaltbommel – 1675 Antwerp)

Trick-track Players by Candlelight. Engraving after Adam de Coster. 27 x 35 cm. Hollstein 127 I (of II).

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hans vredeman de vries (1527 Leeuwarden – 1606 ?)

The Suite of the Vessels. 11 etchings, 1 engraving. 4to (2 sheets oblong 4to). 1563. Berliner Ornamentstichkatalog 1004; Hollstein 165 – 176 probably III (of V).

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josef abel (1764 Aschach – 1818 Vienna)

Socrates Dictates His Last Will and Testament. Etching. 22.9 x 34.2 cm. 1800. Andresen 11 III; Meyer, Allgemeines Künstler-Lexikon I, 21, 11 III (of IV).

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jacopo amigoni (1675 Venice – 1752 Madrid)

Narcissus. Etching. 9.5 x 7 cm. "Amigoni fecit". Heller-Andresen 5; Meyer, Allgemeines Künstler-Lexikon I, 633, 7.

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antonio giuseppe barbazza (1722 Rome, active in Italy and Spain)

Bust of a a woman wearing a laurel wreath looking upwards; Bust of a woman wearing a headband, with downcast eyes. 2 etchings, each measuring approx. 47.2 x 40.7 cm. (1765). From Le Blanc 1–4; Meyer, Allgemeines Künstler-Lexikon, II, 719, from 1–4. Watermark: letters Auvergne.

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

Educatio Bacchis. Etching and stipple engraving. 52.6 x 71.2 cm. 1800. Catalogue Canova e l’incisione, XXVI S 2.

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

The Serapis Temple in Pozzuoli. Etching by Francesco Piranesi, reworked with water colour and gouache by Louis-Jean Desprez, the image surrounded by an engraved paper mat. 47.3 x 68.9 cm. Desprez’s signature and title almost completely faded, inscribed below right by Piranesi: "se vend chez Mr. François Piranesi à Rome"; on the reverse numbered in pen and brown ink: "No 6". Ca. 1781. Wollin 5 I (of II).

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edward fisher (1722 Dublin – 1785 London)

Portrait of Paul Sandby Drawing at an Open Window. Mezzotint after Francis Cotes. 39.2 x 27.8 cm. (1763). Le Blanc 21.

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edouard gautier dagoty (1745 Paris – 1783 Florence)

Vue d’une partie du pavé des Geants de Vals en Vivarais, prise sur les bords du Ruisseau du volant du coté du Port du Bridon. Etching. 32.2 x 45.9 cm. „Dessiné sur les lieux & gravé à l’eau forte, par Edouard Dagoty sous les yeux de M. Gaujas de St. Fond". Undescribed.

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angelika kauffmann (1741 Chur – 1807 Rome)

Woman Pleating Her Hair. Etching. 22 x 16.4 cm. 1765. Andresen 25 I (of II).

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joseph anton koch (1768 Obergibeln – 1839 Rome)

Les Argonautes, selon Pindare, Orphée et Apollonius de Rhodes. En vingt-quatre planches. Inventées et dessinées par Asmus Jacques Carstens et gravées par Joseph Koch. Engraved title page with portrait of Carstens, four pages of French text, 24 sheets of outline etchings. 21.4 x 25.3 cm (platemark) on 26 x 41.1 cm (sheet size). Bound in half-parchment of the time with parchment corners, marbled sides and red-edged pages, in a contemporary rag paper dust cover with handwritten title on spine. 1799. Andresen 29.

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johann heinrich lips (1758 Kloten – 1817 Zurich)

Portrait of Johann Wolfgang von Goethe in a Medallion. Engraving. 35.6 x 29.7 cm. (1791). Brun 87; Rollett (Goethebildnisse) 39; Zarncke 25; Nagler 27; Heller-Andresen 7.

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franz anton maulbertsch (1724 Langenargen – 1796 Vienna)

Saint Florian as Warrior with Palm. Etching. 41.4 x 30 cm. Nagler 6.

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jacques rigaud (ca. 1681 Marseille – ca. 1753 Paris)

Livre de Paysages et Marines, Ou sont Representez les Avantures des Voyageurs. Title sheet, suite of 12 etchings. Together with Provence. Suite of 6 etchings. 24.5 x 32 cm (sheet size). In a contemporary binding with marbled paper cover. Nagler 51, 52; Le Blanc 138, 139.

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johann heinrich wilhelm tischbein (called the „Goethe-Tischbein“, 1751 Haina – 1829 Eutin)

Pair of Lions Fighting a Giant Serpent, or the Animal Laocoön. Etching. 50.8 x 39.2 cm. (1796). Andresen 109.

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johan christian clausen dahl (1788 Bergen – 1857 Dresden)

„Norwegian Coast during a Storm". Etching. 11.7 x 15 cm. 1819. Andresen 3.

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friedrich von gärtner (1792 Coblenz – 1847 Munich)

Ancient Fragments; Ancient Tombs. Two lithographs with a yellowish-brown tint-stone on wove paper. 33.9 x 43.3 and 34.3 x 44.6 cm. 1818. Winkler, Die Frühzeit der deutschen Lithographie, 243, 1 III, 2 II.

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alexander orlowski (1777 Warsaw – 1832 St. Petersburg)

Seigneur Persan / se promenant a cheval / en fumant son khaliane porté par son domestique et / Femme du Schach / conduite par un eunuque. Two chalk lithographs on wove paper. 43 x 52.5 cm. 1819. In the original grey-green wrapper. Published by Alexandre Pluchart, St. Petersburg 1820.

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antonio de pian (1784 Venice – 1851 Vienna)

Five Sheets after Own Inventions: Interior of a Gothic Church with a Knight’s Tomb; View of the Chancel and Cemetery of a Gothic Church; Interment of a Cinerary Urn in a Crypt; An Antique Hall with Women Bathing; Portico of a Gothic Church with Torchlight Burial. Five lithographs with different tint-stones in several grey and brown tones. Ca. 45.1 x 33 cm. (1820). Schwarz, Die Anfänge der Lithographie in Österreich, 155, 5, 1–5.

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giovanni fattori (1825 Livorno – 1908 Florence)

Paesaggio al tramonto (Landscape at Sunset). Etching and aquatint on zinc, printed on an ivory-coloured wove paper. 15 x 19.8 cm. Servolini 126. 

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Samuel Jessurun de Mesquita (1868 Amsterdam – 1944 Auschwitz)

Gang-Gang Cockatoo. Woodcut on China paper. 43.3 x 23.2 cm. Signed. (1924). Van Es H 112.

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charles donker (1940 Utrecht)

Dead Mole. Etching and drypoint. 19.8 x 14.6 cm. Signed. Edition 21 numbered impressions. (1975).

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