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

The Great Oak in the Wind. Etching. 26.5 x 18.1 cm. Meyer, Allgemeines Künstler-Lexikon (1878), II, 38, 43.

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peeter van der borcht (c. 1535 Mecheln or Brussels – 1608 Antwerp)

Two Riders in a Landscape. Etching. 13 x 19.1 cm. The New Hollstein 207.

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antoine couchet (1630–1678, Antwerp)

Tempus (The Allegory of Time). Engraving after Pieter Paul Rubens. 42.5 x 34 cm. Hollstein 2 II (von III). Watermark: Strasbourg Lily.

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

The Story of the Prophet Elijah. Four engravings, each measuring
c. 21.1 x 27.4 cm. Undescribed.

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hendrick goltzius (1558 Muhlbrecht – 1617 Haarlem)

Quis evadet (Who Can Escape?). Engraving. 21.2 x 15.2 cm. 1594. Bartsch 10; Hollstein 110; The Illustrated Bartsch 3 (3), p. 292, 10 (97); The Illustrated Bartsch 3: Commentary, p. 158, .160 j. Watermark: Fleur-de-lys with appended letters PS.

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pieter van der heyden (Petrus a Merica, c. 1530 – c. 1572, Antwerp)

The Mourning of Christ. Engraving. 35.8 x 37 cm. Nagler, Die Monogrammisten II, 1689; Hollstein 12. Watermark: Post horn in shield.

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frans hogenberg (c. 1540 Mechelen – c. 1590 Cologne)

Die blau huicke is dit meest ghenaemt / Maer des weerelts abuisen het beter betaempt. Etching from two plates. 37.8 x 56.8 cm. Circa 1558. Nagler, Die Monogrammisten II, 2169. Watermark: Post horn.

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italian school c. 1550–75

The Holy Family. Etching. 14.9 x 13.5 cm. Undescribed.

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northern italian school c. 1550–1575

Caritas. Etching. 28.6 x 19.4 cm. Bartsch XVI (Maîtres Anonymes de l’École de Fontainebleau), 416, 102 II.

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bartolomeo passarotti (1529–1592, Bologna)

Christ Giving the Benediction. Etching. 28.7 x 14.7 cm. Bartsch XVIII, 4, 6.

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sebastiano di rè (born in Chioggia, active between c. 1557–78 in Venice and Rome)

Two Scenes of a Fight between a Horse and a Lion. Two engravings, measuring 24.3 x 29.4 and 22.3 x 31.7 cm respectively, printed on a single sheet measuring 54.3 x 42.4 cm. 1578. Nagler, Die Monogrammisten IV, 4058, respectively undescribed. Watermark: Coat of arms with fleur-de-lys and crossed keys (Woodward 114 ff, Rome, from 1566 onward).

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anthonis sallaert (c. 1590 Brussels? – 1658 Brussels)

The Evangelist Matthew Writing the Gospel; the Evangelist Luke Painting the Madonna. Two woodcuts on brownish, oat-meal paper, each measuring c. 13.7 x 11.1 cm. Hollstein 3, 5.

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francesco salviati (Francesco de’ Rossi, 1510 Florence – 1563 Rome)

The Death of the Children of Niobe. Engraving after Francesco Salviati. 33.9 x 45.2 cm. 1541. Bartsch XV (Les Graveurs de l’École de Marc-Antoine Raimondi), 42, 13.

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

The Mourning of Christ. Engraving. 54.8 x 42.4 cm. 1574. Bartsch XVII, 10, 9; Nagler 9 I (of II). Watermark: Pilgrim in shield (cf. Woodward 9, Rome, c. 1545–1570).

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girolamo scarsello (born in Bologna, active until c. 1670)

Cupid with Bow and Arrow, Standing on a Dolphin. Etching. 19.2 x 14.3 cm. Bartsch 4.

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christoffel van sichem i (1546–1624, Amsterdam)

Bust Portrait of a Young Man with Feathered Cap, holding a scroll in his right hand. Woodcut after Jacob Matham. 31.8 x 22 cm. 1613. Bartsch III, 212, 1; Hollstein  136.

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alexander voet i (c. 1613 – c. 1673, Antwerp)

The Card Players. Engraving after Cornelis de Vos. 34.8 x 43.2 cm. (1632). Hollstein 17.

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simon vouet (1590–1649, Paris)

The Holy Family. Etching. 18.7 x 20.9 cm. 1633. Robert-Dumesnil 1. Watermark: Bunch of grapes.

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hieronymus wierix (1553–1619, Antwerp)

The Four Fathers of the Church. Set of four engravings after Maarten de Vos, measuring 25.9 x 19 cm each. 1586. Alvin 751–754; Mauquoy-Hendrickx 982–985 I (of II); The New Hollstein 1238–1241 I (of II).

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jean-baptiste-siméon chardin (1699–1779, Paris)

L’Étude du Dessin (The Drawing Lesson). Etching and engraving by Jacques-Philippe Le Bas (1707–1783). 29.3 x 32.8 cm. 1749. Portalis-Béraldi 4; Le Blanc 202; Bocher 18 II.

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giovanni francesco costa (1711–1772, Venice)

The Temple of Juno and Jupiter. Etching, printed on a firm Venetian laid paper. 45.9 x 56.2 cm. (1748). R. M. Mason, “Les eaux-fortes archéologiques de Gianfran­cesco Costa, Vénitien”, Genava, vol. XXV, 1977, p. 255, C 1 I (of II); Mason, Une Venise imaginaire, 1991, 75 I (of II). Watermark: Crossbow (cf. Bromberg, Canaletto, 3).

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richard earlom (1743–1822, London)

David and Abishag. Mezzotint engraving after Adriaen van der Werff. 62.9 x 45.8 cm. 1779. Wessely 57 I (of II).

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jean-françois janinet (1752–1814, Paris)

The Catiline Conspiracy. Etching and engraving after Jean-Guillaume Moitte. 25.7 x 52.6 cm. 1792. Portalis-Béraldi 74; Inventaire du Fonds Français, Graveurs du Dix-Huitième Siècle, 12: 64, no. 155; exhibition catalogue Regency to Empire, p. 302, no. 109.

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johann christian klengel (1751 Kesselsdorf – 1824 Dresden)

A Winter Landscape with Children Tobogganing. Etching. 17.2 x 24.1 cm.

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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 3.

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carlo lasinio (1759 Treviso – 1838 Pisa)

Portrait of Arcangelo Resani. Colour engraving. 17.2 x 12.8 cm.

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teodoro matteini (1754 Pistoia – 1831 Venice)

„La Pronea / del / Commendatore Melchiorre Cesarotti / composta, delineata, ed incisa / da / Teodoro Matteini.“ Title page, 24 outline etchings, 8 white and 16 text sheets (4to) inserted in the binding. 41 x 55 cm (size of sheet). Milan, 1808.

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christoph nathe (1753 Nieder-Bielau – 1806 Schadewalde)

The Large-scale Landscape with the Landeskrone Moun­tain near Görlitz. Etching. 20.9 x 25.8 cm. Nagler 14, Rümann 50 III, Fröhlich G 50 III.

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

The Isis Temple in Pompeii; The Tomb of the Mamia in Pompeii; The City Gate of Pompeii. Three etchings by F. Piranesi after designs by L.-J. Desprez, each measuring c. 52.3 x 71.7 cm. Circa 1788–1789. Wollin 7–9 II.

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johann gottlieb prestel (1739 Grönenbach – 1808 Frankfurt a. M.)

Chute D’eau. Two colour aquatint etchings after Jacob van Ruysdael. Each measuring c. 65.5 x 51.5 cm. Circa 1785–90. Not recorded by Nagler or Heller-Andresen.

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pierre-paul prud’hon (1758 Cluny – 1823 Paris)

Phrosine and Mélidore. Etching and engraving. 34.4 x 25.3 cm. (1797). Goncourt 4 III (of VI).

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marco ricci (1676 Belluno – 1729 Venice)

A Hilly Landscape with Two Horsemen. Etching. 28.5 x 35.8 cm. Pilo 201. Watermark: Tre Lune.

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christian gottfried schultze (1749–1819, Dresden)

Full-length portrait of Prince Alexander Beloselsky, seated at a desk. Engraving. 61.8 x 41.3 cm. Nagler 3, Heller-Andresen 29 I (of III).

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

A Woodland Scene with Vines and Buffalo Herd. Etching. 45.2 x 35.6 cm. Andresen 58.

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paul emil jacobs (1802–1866, Gotha)

Self-portrait of the Artist in Rome. Etching. 17.5 x 13.3 cm. Circa 1825–28. Undescribed.

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antonio de pian (1784 Venice – 1851 Vienna)

Hermitage in a Roman Ruin. Suite of two lithographs with different tint stones in several grey and brown tones. Circa 45.3 x 36.1 cm. (1821). Schwarz, Die Anfänge der Lithographie in Österreich, 155, 7, 1–2.

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georg friedrich adolph schöner (1774 Mannsbach near Hersfeld – 1841 Bremen)

Half-length portrait of Chodowiecki looking at an album of drawings. Lithograph on yellowish wove paper. 20.5 x 26 cm. “Sketched from nature and drawn on stone by F. A. Schöner”. (1816). Engelmann (Die Bild­nisse des Künstlers) 14; Drugulin 3417; Winkler 791. 1.

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c. f. schultze (floruit c. 1815–20)

„Undine by de la Motte Fouqué. Composed by C. F. Schultze“. Set of 14 etchings, each measuring approx. 18.2 x 21.3 cm. In a contemporary pink cardboard binding with engraved vignette: “Gift for Friends of the de la Motte Fouqué Muse”. Nuremberg, Friedrich Campe, (1818). Rümann, Die illustrierten deutschen Bücher des 19. Jahrhunderts, 2339; Nagler 2.

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johann michael wittmer ii (floruit c. 1815–20)

The Procession of Pope Pius IX to the Basilica of
St. John Lateran.
Etching. 55.5 x 94 cm. 1846. Andre­sen 2.

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abraham lion zeelander (1789–1856, Amsterdam)

Picturesque Landscape with Half-timbered House by a Pond. Etching after A. Brondgeest. 30.6 x 34.2 cm. Circa 1830.

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