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

Circle of. Hercules and the Lernean Hydra. Etching. 22.7 x 28.9 cm. 1552. Unrecorded.

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jan frans van bloemen (called Orizzonte, 1662 Antwerp – 1749 Rome)

A Wide Campagna Landscape with a View of the Little Town of Vignanello. Pen and brown ink over a light preliminary drawing in black chalk, brown and grey wash, squared. 36.9 x 54 cm. With an old inscription in the lower right corner: n.poussin.

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schelte adams bolswert (circa 1596 Bolsward – 1659 Antwerp)

Christ Entering Jerusalem. Engraving after David Vinckboons. 43 x 64 cm. 1612. Hollstein 14.

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pierre brebiette (circa 1598 Mantes – 1650 Paris)

Portrait of an Old Woman with an Ostrich Fan. Etching. 15.5 x 11.9 cm. Inventaire du Fonds Français 241.

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giuseppe cesari (called Cavaliere d’Arpino, 1568 Arpino – 1640 Rome)

Head of a Bearded Man Wearing a Turban; verso: Profile of Bearded Old Man. Black chalk (recto and verso), with traces of red chalk (recto only). 11 x 9.6 cm. Numbered in pen and black ink in the bottom left-hand corner (recto): 12, verso inscribed: Giuseppe d’Arpino.

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pieter coecke van aelst (1502 Aelst – 1550 Brussels)

Attributed. Rebecca and Eliezer at the Well. Pen and brown ink, green and brown wash, with cream-coloured heightening. 20.4 x 30.5 cm.

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michel ii corneille (1642–1708, Paris)

Saint Francis of Assisi Receiving the Stigmata. Pen and brown ink, red chalk, white heightening. 38.5 x 28 cm.

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flemish circa 1560

Two Spacious Wooded Landscapes with Farmhouses and Figures. 2 etchings, each measuring circa 21 x 29.2 cm. Unrecorded.

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antonio franchi (called Lucchese, 1638 Villa Basilica/Lucca – 1709 Florence)

Hercules and Omphale. Oil on paper, mounted on thin cardboard. 21.3 x 15.3 cm.

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

Two Friezes with Cherubs. Two engravings each circa 9.7 x 33.5. Unrecorded.

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francesco grimaldi (circa 1608 Bologna – 1680 Rome)

Circle of. A Landscape with a Small Bridge. Etching. 25.6 x 35.4 cm. Unrecorded. Watermark: Tre mezze Lune (cf. Woodward 139 ff, Italy, late 16th century or later).

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jan lutma the younger (1624–1689, Amsterdam)

Self-Portrait, Drawing. Etching. 15.8 x 13.3 cm. Bartsch, école de Rembrandt 76; Rovinski 74, 76; Hollstein 3. Watermark: Coat of arms of Amsterdam (Ash-Fletcher 1).

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giovanni pietro possenti (1618–1659, Bologna)

Vulcan’s Forge with Mars and Venus. Etching. 39.3 x 28.7 cm. Bartsch XIX, 186, I (of II); Le Blanc III, 8; Nagler, Die Monogrammisten II, 565, 7; III, 276, 5 (Pecham); Hollstein XXXI, B Works by Possenti, 9.

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andrea vicentino (also called Andrea Michieli, circa 1542 Vicenza – 1617 Venice)

The Adoration of the Kings. Grisaille painting on paper, mounted on canvas. 40.8 x 51.3 cm.

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maarten de vos (1532–1603, Antwerp)

After. The Resurrection. Engraving. 31.9 x 20.6 cm. Hollstein 676.

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alexander wiskemann (active in Fulda, Prague and Kassel 1604–1622)

Attributed. Venus and Amor. Oil on panel. 47 x 36 cm. Old inventory number on the verso: F.C. 117.

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domenico zenoi (active in Venice between 1560 and 1580)

Francis I of France Drives Out the Personifications of the Vices and of Ignorance and Enters the Temple of Immortality. Engraving after Rosso Fiorentino. 30 x 40.3 cm. Robert-Dumesnil VIII, 25, 16; Nagler 15; Herbet III, 35; Renouvier 3, 3. Watermark: Shield with unicorn (Woodward 228, Rome, 1575).

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giovanni david (1743 Cabella Ligure – 1790 Genoa)

The Blind Democritus. Etching on firm, Venetian laid paper. 29.9 x 21.2 cm. (1775). Grasso 117 I (of III). Watermark: Tre Lune.

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joachim martin falbe (1709–1782, Berlin)

Attributed. Half-length Portrait of a Young Man with Hat, Looking to the Right. Etching. 7.9 x 7.5 cm. Unrecorded.

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thomas frye (1710 Dublin – 1762 London)

A Fashionable Lady, with a Pearl Necklace and Pearl Diadem. Mezzotint. 55.3 x 39.7 cm. 1762. Chaloner-Smith 25.

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

Monument to Salomon Gessner near Zurich. Etching on ivory-coloured wove paper. 40.2 x 30.8 cm. Circa 1800. Martens 307 II.

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jean etienne liotard (1702–1789, Geneva)

Half-length Portrait of Prince Henry of Wales, Duke of Cumberland. Etching and engraving. 40.2 x 30.8 cm. Circa 1755.

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johann heinrich meyer (1755–1829, Zurich)

A Woodland Scene with a Couple Playing Music under an Oak. Etching. 55.4 x 43.9 cm. 1796. Not in Nagler; probably Brun 13.

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adam friedrich oeser (1717 Preßburg – 1799 Leipzig)

Skull of a Seven-month-old Child. Watercolour and brush in grey, the subject framed by a multiple borderline in watercolour and pen and black ink. 21.1 x 28.9 cm. Circa 1791.

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johann gottlieb prestel (1739 Grönenbach – 1808 Frankfurt am Main)

Ruines du Théatre de Paestum En Lucanie. Chute D’eau. Colour aquatint etching, heightened with white, coloured in places with gouache; on a contemporary publisher’s mounting with the address of J. G. Reinsheimer, Frankfurt a. M. 47.4 x 65.2 on 59 x 75.5 cm. 1793. Not in Nagler and Heller-Andresen.

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maria katharina prestel (1747 Nuremberg – 1794 London)

A Wooded Landscape Under a Stormy Sky (“Vue du Côte de Stralenberger Hof près le Village d’Oberrode près Francfort sur le Maijn”). Aquatint etching in blackish
green. 56.5 x 42.5 cm. (1784). Schwaighofer II, 77; Kiermeier-Debre/Vogel 2214.

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godfried schalcken (1643 Made – 1706 The Hague)

After. Cupid and Psyche. Mezzotint. 41.1 x 31 cm. Goodwin (McArdell) 218.

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georg friedrich schmidt (1712 Schönerlinde – 1775 Berlin)

The Artist’s Wife, Reading. Etching. 23.5 x 17.8 cm. 1761. Nagler 113, Wessely 106 III.

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georg friedrich schmidt (1712 Schönerlinde – 1775 Berlin)

Man with Fur Cap. Etching. 7.9 x 6.1 cm. 1735. Nagler 138; Wessely 142.

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emanuel steiner (1778–1831, Winterthur)

“A Hilly Stretch of Woodland with Waterfall and Mill, etched in the style of Ruysdael and with very pleasing effect”. Etching. 39.5 x 32.4 cm. Nagler 2.

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carlo antonio tavella (1668 Milan – 1738 Genoa)

A Wide Tree-covered Landscape with Travellers Resting by a Stream. Pen and brown ink over a light preliminary drawing in graphite. 37.8 x 27.7 cm. Circa 1702.

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paul troger (1698 Welsberg – 1762 Vienna)

The Mater Dolorosa Maria, Comforted by Angels. Etching and engraving. 34.5 x 22.2 cm. Nagler 14; Heller- Andresen 4; Aschenbrenner/Schweighofer 291; exhibition catalogue Paul Troger und Brixen: Sonderausstellung zum 300. Geburtstag von Paul Troger, published by L. Andergassen, Brixen, 1998, p. 106, 4.4.

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pierre alexandre wille (1748–1821, Paris)

Apollo Shooting an Arrow from his Bow. Etching. 13.6 x 8.2 cm. 1763. Nagler 7.

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tiberius dominikus wocher (1728 Mimmenhausen near Salem – 1799 Reute near Waldsee)

Bust Portrait of a Bearded Oriental. Etching. 13.3 x 10.3 cm. Circa 1773–76. Nagler 2.

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françois aubertin (1773 Metz – 1821 Ghent)

Le Fumeur (The Smoker). Etching, aquatint and stipple engraving after Jean-Baptiste Isabey. 32.2 x 24.6 cm. Circa 1804. Le Blanc 7; Courboin 1924, 911; Inventaire du Fonds Français, après 1800, 1, 204.

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pauline auzou (1775–1835, Paris)

A Drapery Study. Black and white chalk on blue paper. 45.5 x 45.5 cm.

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ludwig buchhorn (1770 Halberstadt – 1856 Berlin)

Portrait of Karl Friedrich Schinkel. Lithograph on brownish wove paper. 33 x 22 cm. Exhibition catalogue Karl Friedrich Schinkel Architektur Malerei Kunstgewerbe, Berlin, Schloß Charlottenburg, 1981, p. 110, no. 1c.

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franz caucig (1755 Gorica – 1828 Vienna)

Two Women Bewail the Dead Patrocles Before the Funeral Pyre. Pen and grey ink, grey wash. 25.2 x 36.8 cm. Signed and dated: Franc.o Caucig (1)827.

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gilles françois joseph closson (1796–1852, Liège)

A Wide Landscape in the Environs of Liège. Oil on paper, preliminary drawing in black chalk. 33 x 41.5 cm. Circa 1837.

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jules louis philippe coignet (1798–1860, Paris)

Study of a Tree. Oil on cardboard. 40.5 x 32 cm. Verso with the studio stamp (Lugt 451 c).

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carl ludwig frommel (1789 Schloss Birkenfeld – 1863 Ispringen)

Six Etched Sheets... Six etchings on Chine appliqué. 48.7 x 46.8 cm (sheet size). In the original grey cardboard envelope. 1839. Andresen 15.

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christian friedrich gille (1805 Ballenstedt – 1899 Dresden)

Thistles. Oil on paper, mounted on painting board. 36 x 27.8 cm.

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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. Circa 1830. Calabi (Saggio sulla Litografia. La prima produzione italiana in rapporto a quello degli altri paesi sino al 1840) 34.

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robert kummer (1810–1889, Dresden)

A Southern Landscape with a Meditating Monk. Pencil drawing. 18.4 x 23.9 cm. Signed and dated: R. Kummer. Rome. 1835.

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carl august lebschée (1800 Schmiegel – 1877 Munich)

Seventeen / studies etched in copper / by / C: Lebschée / Landscape Painter. Title page, 16 etchings printed on 9 sheets. 5.5 x 7.5 cm and 8.5 x 12.8 cm. In the original greyish-green original paper envelope. Andresen 3, Nagler 2.

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adolph von menzel (1815–1905, Berlin)

Study Sheet with Two Elegant Young Women, a Head Study and the Study of a Hand. Pencil drawing and stumping. 20.9 x 12.9 cm. Monogrammed and dated: A. M. 92, with a dedication in the artist’s own hand: „Herrn Rummel zur Erinnerung 96“.

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domenico ii quaglio (1786 Munich – 1837 Hohenschwangau)

A View of Orvieto Cathedral. Pencil drawing. 67.9 x 71.4 cm. Signed: „DQuaglio ft“, and inscribed in the artist’s own hand: “Cathedrale in Orvieto”. 1830.

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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, Florenz 1978, Nr. 61.

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ludwig ferdinand schnorr von carolsfeld (1788 Königsberg – 1853 Vienna)

Study Sheet with Right Arm and Left Hand Holding a Bowl. Black and red chalk on grey-green paper. 21.3 x 31 cm. Circa 1839. Verso with estate stamp.

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jean pierre sudre (1783 Albi – 1866 Paris)

La Tête de l’Odalisque. Lithograph after Ingres. 49.4 x 49.4 cm. 1827. Béraldi XII, p. 63.

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abraham teerlink (1776 Dordrecht – 1857 Rome)

A Wide Campagna Landscape with a Cowherd on a Forest Path. Pen and brown ink over a light graphite preliminary drawing, grey and brown wash; borderline in pen and black ink. 21 x 30.3 cm. Signed: A. Teerlink.

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pierre bonnard (1867 Fontenay-aux-Roses – 1947 Le Cannet/Cannes)

Petites Scènes Familières. 19 lithographs on Chine volant. 4to crown octavo folio (sheet size). Monogrammed with the brush in blue and red. 1893. Roger-Marx 6 – 24; Bouvet 6 – 24.

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edgar hilaire germain degas (1834–1917, Paris)

La sortie du bain. Etching, drypoint and aquatint on cream-coloured wove paper with partially visible watermark “Freres”. 12.7 x 12.7 cm. Circa 1879–80. Delteil 39 XV (of XVII); Adhémar 49; Reed and Shapiro 42 XX (of XXII). With the red Degas Atelier stamp (Lugt 657) at the upper left verso.

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giovanni fattori (1825 Livorno – 1908 Florence)

Paese con macchiette. Etching and aquatint on zinc, printed on ivory-coloured wove paper. 13.2 x 20.8 cm. Chiappini 73.

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