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nicolas beatrizet (active between c. 1540–1566)

The Apostle Paul. Engraving. 38.8 x 30.9 cm. B. XV, 261, 42 II; Robert-Dumesnil 35 II.

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augustin braun (c. 1570 Cologne (?) – after 1641)

The Coppersmith. Pen and brown ink over a preliminary drawing in graphite, grey wash. 20.2 x 16.3 cm.

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crispijn van den broeck (1524 Mecheln – 1591 Antwerp)

The Mocking of Christ; Christ Nailed to the Cross. Two drawings in pen and greyish-brown ink, grey wash, the contours partly traced. Each circa 17 x 11.7 cm.

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willem pietersz. buytewech (circa 1591/92–1624, Rotterdam)

The Flute-Player. Engraving. 14.4 cm (diameter). 1606. Van der Kellen 11; van Gelder 1; Hollstein 18.

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jacques callot (1592–1635, Nancy)

Study Sheet of a Man with a Staff Sitting on a Rock and a Man Standing to his Left. Red and black chalk, borderline in pen and black ink. 8.3 x 11 cm. A. Blunt, The French Drawings at Windsor Castle, London 1945, p. 20 and no. 31; D. Ternois, Jacques Callot: Catalogue complet de son oeuvre dessiné, Paris 1961, no. 397.

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gherardo cibo (1512 Genoa – 1600 Rocca Contrada)

Landscape with a Deer Hunt. Pen and brown ink, with blue wash and heightened with white, on blue paper. 19.9 x 24.4 cm.

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domenicus custos (circa 1559/60 Antwerp – 1615 Augsburg)

A Fantastic Head in the Style of Arcimboldo. Engraving. 25.1 x 30 cm. 1594. Hollstein 52. Watermark: Small Augsburg Coat-of-Arms (Briquet 2119).

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cornelis dusart (1660–1704, Haarlem)

The Grand Village Festival. Etching. 26.8 x 34.3 cm. 1685. Hollstein 16 II (of III). Watermark: Amsterdam Coat-of-Arms; together with a counter-proof of the same plate and the same state.

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

The Annunciation. Engraving. 27.7 x 20.7 cm. Hollstein 5. Water­mark: Large Bull’s Head.

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jean lepautre & henri gissey (1612–1682, Paris & 1615–1674, Paris)

attributed. Tiberio Fiorelli in the Role of Scaramuccia. Etching. 26.9 x 41.2 cm. Préaud 294 II; Robert-Dumesnil (Gissey) 1.

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jean morin (circa 1605/10–1650, Paris)

St. Peter; St. Paul. Etching and engraving after Philippe de Champaigne. 43.8 x 32.1 cm and 42.7 x 31.6 cm respectively. Robert-Dumesnil 27, 28; Mazel 033, 034. Watermark: Grape with countermark (Petitjean & Hornibrook 17, 18 on Robert-Dumesnil 28).

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northern european school circa 1600

Allegory of Youth and Old Age. Oil on panel. 38 x 50 cm.

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daniel seiter (1647 Vienna – 1705 Turin)

The Flaying of Marsyas. Pen and brownish-black ink, white heightening, on greyish-brown paper. 13.2 x 19,3 cm. Matthias Kunze, „Daniel Seiter – Die Zeichnungen – Neue Funde und Nachträge”, Barock­berichte, 22/23, Salzburg 1999, p. 364, fig. 5.

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domenico vitus (active 1576–1586)

Pictura Religionis. Engraving. 31.5 x 22 cm. 1579. Le Blanc 11; not in Nagler.

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michael willmann (1630 Königsberg – 1706 Kloster Leubus)

The Assumption of Mary. Etching. 47.7 x 34 cm. 1683. Nagler 9 II; Kloss 6 II. Watermark: Five-pointed Star and Crescent.

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josef abel (1764 Aschach – 1818 Vienna)

“Mother with Two Children in a Pleading Pose”. Etching. 20.6 x 16 cm. 1800. Andresen 11 III; Meyer, Allgemeines Künstler-Lexikon I, 21, 12 I (of II); Andresen 12.

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antonio basoli (1774 Castelguelfo – 1848 Bologna)

Raccolta / di Prospettive serie, Rustiche, e di Paesaggio / … Inventate / da Antonio Basoli … Disegnate / da Francesco Cocchi … Incise da diversi Scuolari del Professore Francesco Rosaspina dall‘Autore, e dal Disegnatore. With engraved title vignette and 102 etchings. Untrimmed copy in half-leather binding with coloured paper cover, ornamental gilt and lettering on the spine. Bologna, published by the artist, 1810. Berliner Ornamentstich­sammlung 4165; Millard IV, 15; Brunet I, 692; Ebert 1752.

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hermanus van brussel (1763 Haarlem – 1815 Utrecht)

The Girl with the Candlestick. Etching with aquatint and roulette in reddish-brown on a firm laid paper. 21.1 x 17.8 cm. Nagler 5; Sliggers 51 III (of IV).

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giovanni david (1743 Cabella Ligure – 1790 Genoa)

Putti Making a Sacrifice to the Roman God Terminus. Etching on firm, Venetian laid paper. 13.2 x 10.4 cm. Grasso 156 I (of II).

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louis jean desprez (1743 Auxerre – 1804 Stockholm)

The Temple of Love. Etching and aquatint on a firm, laid paper. 31.6 x 46 cm. Wollin 24 II; Inventaire du Fonds Français 25 II.

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louis jean desprez (1743 Auxerre – 1804 Stockholm)

Vue de la Grotte de Polignano, appellée dans le Pays Grottae di Palazzo sur les bords de la Mer Adriatique, dans la Pouille. Pen and black ink and watercolour. 22.4 x 35.6 cm. Signed: „Des Prez del“, inscribed on the verso in pen and brown ink in the artist’s own hand: „Vue de la Grotte de Polignano / appellée dans le pays Grottae di Palazzo sur les bords / de la Mer Adriatique, dans la Pouille / Dessinée et Composée par Des Prez“.

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johann georg von dillis (1759 Grüngiebing – 1841 Munich)

The Old Willow by the Stream. Etching on wove paper. 17.7 x 24.1 cm. 1793. Andresen 30.

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egbert van drielst (1746 Groningen – 1818 Amsterdam)

A Broad Bucolic Landscape with a Rider and Resting Travellers. Black chalk, grey wash, borderline in pen and brown ink. 39.1 x 57.2 cm. Verso signed in black chalk in the artist’s own hand: “voor de Heer Engelberts ..”; signed, dated and inscribed in pen and black ink: “de Tekeningen Van Deze Schetzen / zijn berustende in het Cabinet Van de / Heer Jan Van Dijk te Amsterdam / E: Van Drielst / 1778”.

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giovanni domenico ferretti (1692–1768, Florence)

Minerva, Diana and Jupiter in the Clouds. Black chalk, brown wash, heightened with white. 40 x 28 cm.

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jacopo guarana (1720 Verona – 1808 Venice)

Jupiter with His Eagle, Thunderbolts in Hand. Black and white chalk, charcoal, stumping, on light brown paper. 55.2 x 41 cm.

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johann daniel herz (1693–1754, Augsburg)

Thorough and complete / instructions for the drawing / and detailed artistic depiction / of the human physique / of male and female figures from childhood / up to old age ... Engraved frontispiece, 65 engravings. Circa 24.6 x 37.2 cm (sheet size). In the original greyish-blue stiff board binding. Augsburg 1723. Not in the Berliner Ornamentstichkatalog; Thieme-Becker, Allgemeines Künstler-Lexikon, Vol. XVI, p. 567.

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

Fourth instalment / of / twelve sheets / mostly / of land­scapes ... Leipzig, in Gerhard Fleischer’s Kunstverlag. Twelve etchings printed on nine folio sheets. Circa 40 x 49 cm (sheet size). In the original greyish-blue paper cover. Circa 1800. Martens 83 II, 178 III, 61–62 II, 68 III, 129 II, 131 III, 201 III, 57 II, 59 II, 200 III, 133 II. IM-HOF watermark.

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paulus van liender (1731 Utrecht – 1797 Haarlem)

A Summer Woodland Landscape with Staffage Figures. Brush drawing in grey and black over a preliminary drawing in graphite; borderline in pen and black ink. 29.3 x 36.8 cm. Verso signed and dated: “Paul van Liender fec. 1787”.

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pietro antonio novelli (1729–1804, Venice)

Mercury Leads Psyche to Mount Olympus. Pen and black and some brown ink, grey wash. 37.6 x 48 cm. Circa 1781.

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jean-baptiste marie pierre (1713–1789, Paris)

The Chinese Masquerade. Etching. 31 x 43.1 cm. 1735. Le Blanc 25; Portalis-Béraldi III, p. 310; Baudicour I, 27.

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cornelis pronk (1691–1759, Amsterdam)

A Flat Landscape in Groningen with a View of the Sacrament Chapel of Solwerd. Pen and black ink over a preliminary drawing in graphite, grey wash. 14.7 x 24.3 cm.

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

Churchgoers at a Mass in the Cathedral of the Dormition in Moscow. Pen and black ink over a preliminary drawing in graphite, reddish-brown and grey wash, white heightening. Circa 1800.

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jan maurits quinkhard (1688 Rees – 1772 Amsterdam)

Two Women, One Sitting and One Sleeping, in Front of a Window with a View of a Mountainous Landscape. Drawing in red chalk. 18.5 x 14.5 cm. Signed and dated: “J.M. Quinckhard f. 1712”.

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johan tobias sergel (1714–1780, Stockholm)

Achilles and his companions carrying dead body of Patroclus to funeral pyre, Achilles laying lock of his hair on body. Etching. 19.5 x 27.7 cm. Circa 1766. Josephson 1956, p. 72 ff, fig. 72; Per Bjurström, Johan Tobias Sergel, Hamburg 1975, p. 103, no. 2.

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thomas de thomon (1754 Nancy – 1813 St. Petersburg)

Architectural Capriccio. Pen and black ink over a preliminary drawing in graphite, watercolour and gouache. 23.2 x 32.5 cm. Signed: “Ts de Thomon / à Rome 1785”, verso also signed: “Ts. de Thomon / à Rome”.

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jacob de wit (1695–1754, Amsterdam)

Head of Christ in Profile. Red and black chalk, brown, grey and red wash, occasional white heightening. 29.7 x 23.8 cm. Signed: “JdeWit”.

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jacob alt (1789 Frankfurt am Main – 1872 Vienna)

A Mountain Landscape with a Resting Traveller. Water­colour over a preliminary drawing in graphite. 16.5 x 26.5 cm. Circa 1825.

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karl ritter von blaas (1815 Nauders – 1894 Vienna)

An Old Wall and Wooden Fence. Pencil and watercolour. 24.5 x 30.5 cm. Circa 1840. Verso with estate stamp.

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félix bracquemond (1833–1914, Paris)

L’Arc-en-ciel (The Rainbow). Etching and dry point on firm, laid paper. 40.9 x 53.5 cm. Signed and inscribed with the number 20 in the artist’s own hand. 1892–1897. Delteil 12, Inventaire du Fonds Français 446.

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eugène louis lami (1800–1890, Paris)

Broad Swathe of Parkland with the Crystal Palace in Lon­don. Watercolour on wove paper. 39.6 x 54.5 cm. Signed at the bottom right and dated: “Eugène Lami 1852”.

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carl august lebschée (1800 Schmiegel – 1877 Munich)

Six / Landscape Studies / Drawn from Nature and / Etched on Copper / by Carl Lebschée. Title page, 6 etchings each approx. 11.8 x 14.6 cm. In the original greyish-green paper envelope. 1828. Heller-Andresen 1, Nagler 1.

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karl friedrich lessing (1808 Breslau – 1880 Karlsruhe)

Two Monks (Fathers of Death) Planting a Tree in a Desolate Area. Etching on firm wove paper. 22.8 x 30 cm. 1839. Boetticher 1; Heller-Andresen 1.

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conrad martin metz (1749 Bonn – 1827 Rome)

Scherzi di Amorini / Tritoni, / ed altri Capricci cavati / dalli Arabeschi /nel / Vaticano. Title page, 9 stipple etchings on laid paper. 45.7 x 31.6 cm (sheet size). 1809. Not in Nagler.

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viktor paul mohn (1842 Meissen – 1911 Berlin)

A Woman Out Walking in an Elegant White Frilled Dress. Oil on painting board. 28 x 16 cm. Circa 1867.

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ferdinand piloty (1786 Homburg – 1844 Munich)

Half-length portrait of Albrecht Dürer. Lithograph with matt greyish-green tone plate. 46.2 x 38.3 cm. 1818. Winkler 65.

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franz rechberger (1771 Vienna – 1841 Gutenstein, Lower Austria)

Man Coming Down the Hill; Large Rock Overhanging the Path; Man Carrying a Beam. Suite of three etchings. Each approx. 24.2 x 30.3 cm. 1801. Nagler 23–25.

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carl august richter (1770 Wachau near Dresden – 1848 Dresden)

Panorama from the Dome of the Frauenkirche in Dresden. Etching with contemporary colouration. 53.4 x 53.7 cm. 1824. Nagler 4.

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carl russ (1779–1843, Vienna)

Alexander Visits Diogenes. Etching on wove paper. 23.5 x 30.1 cm. 1811. Nagler 28; Griffiths/Carey (German Printmaking in the Age of Goethe) 54.

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peter vischer (1779–1851, Basel)

“Large Wooded Area in Wildenstein with the Waterfalls”. Etching. 30 x 24.8 cm. 1810. Nagler 2.

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max oppenheimer (called Mopp, 1885 Vienna – 1954 New York)

The Potsdamer Platz in Berlin. Dry-point on Japon. Signed and numbered 1/50. (1912). Stix/Osborn 1; Pabst 3.

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pablo picasso (1881 Malaga – 1973 Mougins)

Quatre Femmes nues et tête sculptée. Etching on a firm, laid paper. 22.1 x 31.4 cm. Signed. (1934). Bloch 219; Geiser-Baer 424 V B d.

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