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CORNELIS BOS (1506 or 1510 Herzogenbosch – 1556 Groningen)

Prudence and Justice. Engraving. 26.5 x 21.2 cm. 1537. Hollstein 71, Schéle 67.

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LUCA CAMBIASO (1527 Moneglia – 1585 Madrid)

Psyche Ascends to Olympus with Prosperina’s Vase. Woodcut. 26.7 x 19.0 cm. Watermark: Kneeling saint in a circle (similar to Briquet 7627, Naples 1536).

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CORNELIS CORT (1533 Hoorn – 1578 Rome)

The Twelve Labours of Hercules. 10 engravings, each measuring c. 22.4 x 28.6 cm. 1565. The New Hollstein 172–181 III (of IV). Watermark: Gothic P.

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PIETER JALHEA FURNIUS (called Dufour, circa 1545–1626, Liège)

The Seven Vices and the Seven Virtues. Seven engravings, each measuring circa 25.7 x 19.4 cm. Hollstein 24–30. Watermark: Bull’s head.

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FRA BONAVENTURA BISI (called il Padre Pitturino, 1612–1659 Bologna)

The Holy Family. Etching after Parmigianino. 31.6 x 23.2 cm. 1634. Nagler, Die Monogrammisten II, 1956; De Vesme 1 III.

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ANDRIES BOTH (1611/12 Utrecht – 1642 Venice)

The Drunken Peasants at the Table. Etching. 17.4 x 22.5 cm. Hollstein 10 II.

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SIMON DUBOIS (1632 Antwerp – 1708 London)

Study sheet with figures. Brush drawing in brown, white heightening, on brown-ground paper. 29.1 x 20.8 cm.

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JOHANN FRANCISCUS ERMELS (1641 Reilkirch, Mosel – 1693 Nuremberg)

A Rocky, Wooded Landscape with a Rivulet; A Southern Landscape with an Obelisk and Ancient Ruins. Two black chalk drawings, each measuring approx. 23.5 x 36.0 cm.

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JAN GRIFFIER I. (1645 Amsterdam – 1718 London)

A Fantastic Mountain Landscape. Oil on wood. 12.8 x 16.5 cm.

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DIRK VAN HOOGSTRATEN (circa 1596 Antwerp – 1640 Dordrecht)

Ecce Homo. Etching and engraving. 13.8 x 16.2 cm. Wurzbach 1, Nagler, Die Monogrammisten II, 1436, 2; Hollstein 3. Watermark: Fleur-de-lis on crowned shield.

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SALOMON KONINCK (1609–1656, Amsterdam)

Half-length Portrait of a Bearded Old Man, in Profile to the Right. Etching. 13.2 x 8.4 cm. 1638. Hollstein 1.

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JACOB MATHAM (1571–1631, Haarlem)

Two Peasants. Engraving after Hendrick Goltzius. 26.0 x 20.0 cm. Circa 1590. Bartsch 301; Hollstein 328; The New Hollstein (Matham, attributed prints) 335 I (of II).

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CLAUDE MELLAN (1601 Abbeville – 1688 Paris)

La Sourcière (The Mousetrap). Engraving and drypoint. 22.8 x 30.8 cm. Circa 1654. Montaiglon 373; BNIFF (Préaud) 275 II. Watermark: Bunch of grapes, Lily with letters.

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PIETER MOLIJN (1595 London – 1661 Haarlem)

A Winter Landscape. Black chalk, grey wash, framing line in pen and brown ink. 16.8 x 26.5 cm. Signed and dated: “P. Molyn 1656”. Watermark: Post horn. Beck 123.

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EMANUEL MURANT (1621 Amsterdam – circa 1700 Leeuwarden)

Yard with a Dilapidated Hut. Black chalk, grey wash. 26.9 x 20.1 cm. Watermark: Foolscap (Churchill 341, circa 1644).

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EGBERT VAN PANDEREN (circa 1580 Haarlem – 1637 Antwerp?)

Christ with Globe and the Virgin Mary. Two engravings after Pieter Feddes von Harlingen. Each approx. 46.0 x 32.2 cm. Hollstein 16, 17. Watermark: Crowned double eagle.

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RÁMON BAYEU Y SUBIAS (1746 Saragossa – 1793 Aranjuez)

The Attributes of the Virgin. Etching. 29.1 x 9.8 cm. Páez 230.14.

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JEAN-JACQUES DE BOISSIEU (1736–1810, Lyon)

An Imaginary River Landscape with Ancient Buildings. Pen and point of brush and grey ink, watercolour. 21 x 42.5 cm. Monogrammed and dated: “DB / 1792.”

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MANUEL SALVADOR CARMONA (1734 Nava del Rey – 1820 Madrid)

Pedro de Salvador Carmona, y Maria Garcia su Muger (The Artist’s Parents). Etching. 22 x 28.5 cm. 1780. Heller-Andresen 14.

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GIOVANNI DAVID (1743 Cabella Ligure – 1790 Genoa)

Allegory of Painting. Etching on firm Venetian laid paper. 30.1 x 22.6 cm. (1775). Grasso 160. Water­mark: Large crowned coat-of-arms with three stars.

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CHRISTIAN WILHELM ERNST DIETRICH (called Dietricy, 1712 Weimar – 1774 Dresden)

Descent from the Cross. Etching. 27.5 x 18.1 cm. 1730. Linck 23 II (of III).

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CHRISTIAN WILHELM ERNST DIETRICH (called Dietricy, 1712 Weimar – 1774 Dresden)

A Merry Company in a Lush Garden (in the manner of Lancret). Etching. 13.5 x 18 cm. Linck 52 II.

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PIERRE LELU (1741–1810, Paris)

The Meeting between Abraham and Melchizedek, Genesis 14. Pen and black ink, brown wash, white heightening, on brown-grounded paper. 53.7 x 76.0 cm. Signed: “P. Lelu”, inscribed in Latin in the artist’s own hand: “ab hostium caede ... Gen: ca. 14.” .

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GIOVANNI BATTISTA MENGARDI (1738 Padua – 1796 Venice)

Abraham Sacrificing Isaac. Etching. 11 x 15.9 cm. De Vesme 1.

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FRANZ XAVER KARL PALKO (1724 Breslau – 1767 Prague)

The Creation of Adam; God the Father warns Adam and Eve Not to Eat of the Tree of Knowledge. Two etchings. Each circa 23.8 x 17.0 cm. Nagler 3, 4.

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CHARLES FRANÇOIS DE SILVESTRE (1667 Paris – 1738 Versailles)

A Turkish Man in a Caftan; a Turkish Water Carrier. Two red chalk drawings each measuring circa 17 x 10.5 cm.

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GIOVANNI BATTISTA TIEPOLO (1696 Venice – 1770 Madrid)

The Philosopher. Etching from the Scherzi suite. 23.2 x 17 cm. Circa 1756/57. De Vesme 32; Rizzi (1970) 22 I (of II); Rizzi (1971) 23 I (of II); Succi 80 I (of IV).

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JOHANN HEINRICH WILHELM TISCHBEIN (the “Goethe-Tischbein”, 1751 Haina – 1829 Eutin)

The Heads of the Seven Main Heroes of the Iliad. Etching. 25.8 x 46 cm. Circa 1796. Andresen 25, Griffiths/Carey, German Printmaking in the Age of Goethe, London 1994, p. 135, no. 85.

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GOTTFRIED TRAUNFELLNER (1778–1811, Vienna)

Il Goloso (The Gourmet). Mezzotint after Martin Ferdinand Quadal. 37.5 x 27.5 cm. 1798. Nagler (Jakob Traunfellner) 7.

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DOMINIQUE VIVANT-DENON (1747 Givry – 1825 Paris)

Portrait of Abbé Zani, discovering an engraving by Maso Finiguerra. Etching and roulette, heightened with white, on blue paper. 18.6 x 13.7 cm. Bartsch 19, Le Blanc 83 (avant la lettre), The Illustrated Bartsch, vol. 121 (Supplement) .191, IFF 341, Catalogue Dominique Vivant-Denon, Paris 1999, No. 66 I (of II).

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JOHANN IGNAZ ZIMBAL (1722 Wagstadt – 1795 Vienna)

The Mystic Marriage of Saint Catherine and the Christ Child. Etching. 17.0 x 11.8 cm. Circa 1745–50. Not in Heller-Andresen or Nagler; Wilhelm Soldan, “Die Radierungen von Johann Ignatz Zimbal” in: Galerie Bassenge, Berlin, Auction Catalogue 56, 1990, Part II, p. 53, 4; L. Slavícek, “Johann Cimbal as Etcher”, in Ex Fumo Lucem. Baroque Studies in Honour of Klára Garas, Budapest, 1999, pp. 106, 2.

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LEOPOLD BRUNNER THE ELDER (1788 Vienna – 1866 Vorderbrühl)

Still Life with Peonies and a Dead Goldfinch (Carduelis carduelis). Watercolour and gouache. 25 x 36 cm. Circa 1830–40.

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MORITZ MICHAEL DAFFINGER (1790–1849, Vienna)

William Tell Holding his Shield Aloft. Pen and black ink and watercolour. 24 x 15.5 cm. Circa 1810.

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LOUIS PHILIBERT DEBUCOURT (1755–1832, Paris)

L’Hiver (Winter). Coloured aquatint etching. 33.3 x 51.5 cm. Signed and dated in pencil in the artist’s own hand: “P. L. Debucourt 1807”. Fenaille 204 I (of III).

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CHRISTOFFER WILHELM ECKERSBERG (1783 Blåkrog – 1853 Copenhagen)

Study of a Kneeling Male Nude. Pencil on wove paper. 23.1 x 16.9 cm. Dated “Jan: 1827” at the bottom right.

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THOMAS ENDER (1793–1875, Vienna)

View of the Castle Ruins at Rauheneck near Vienna. Watercolour. 15 x 22 cm. Signed: “ThoEnder”. Circa 1825–30.

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JOHANN JACOB FREY (1813 Basel – 1865 Frascati)

Study of a Tree Trunk. Watercolour. 27.8 x 20.7 cm. Monogrammed, inscribed and dated: "J. J. F. Albano 1843".

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JOSEF THEODOR HANSEN (1848 Randers – 1912 Copenhagen)

View of an Ancient Peristyle in Pompeii. Oil on canvas, mounted on cardboard. 46.3 x 37.8 cm. “Heiberg” inscribed on the verso and “Heiberg Classensgade 13 [...]” on an adhesive label.

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FERDINAND JOSEPH BERNARD MARINUS (1808 Antwerp – 1890 Namur)

Italian Sketchbook. Nine pen-and-ink drawings over graphite, 16 pencil drawings, partly with wash, and a few outline sketches. 11.7 x 15.6 cm (sheet size). Signed and dated on the cover sheet: “FJBMarinus Roma 1829”.

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FRIEDRICH OVERBECK (1789 Lübeck – 1869 Rome)

Male Figure Wrapped in a Cloak, Facing Left. Pencil on ivory-coloured wove paper. 29.7 x 22.6 cm. Circa 1811.

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PELAGIO PALAGI (1775 Bologna – 1860 Turin)

The Education of Bacchus. Black chalk with gold embellishment on beige-coloured paper. 17.4 x 23.0 cm. Circa 1830.

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PIERRE PAUL PRUD’HON (1758 Cluny – 1823 Paris)

Une Lecture (Reading). Lithograph on ivory-coloured wove paper. 14.7 x 18.4 cm. (1822). Béraldi 2.

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CARL HEINRICH RAHL (1779 Hoffenheim – 1843 Vienna)

Blind Belisarius outside the Gates of Rome; Job Grieving with his Friends. Two etchings. 52.5 x 70.0 cm and 53.8 x 73.0 cm respectively. 1806–1808. Nagler 20, 23 II.

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GUSTAV REINHOLD (1798 Gera – 1849 Königssee near Berchtesgaden)

A Monk Watching a Procession of Knights on Horseback Setting Out for the Crusade. Watercolour. 19 x 13 cm. Signed and dated: “Gustav Reinhold 1835”.

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LUDWIG SCHNELL (circa 1790 Darmstadt – 1834 Karlsruhe)

A Sailing Ship at Sunset. Engraving on buff wove paper. 30.6 x 24.6 cm. 1818. Unrecorded.

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EMANUEL STEINER (1778–1831, Winterthur)

A Southern Landscape with a Stag Hunt. Pen and blackish-brown ink. 31.5 x 41.8 cm. Circa 1805–10.

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WILHELM TRÜBNER (1851 Heidelberg – 1917 Karlsruhe)

A Forest Glade on Herreninsel Island under an Overcast Sky. Oil on canvas. 44 x 55 cm. Signed and dated: “W. Trübner 1874”.

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UMBERTO BOCCIONI (1882 Reggio di Calabria – 1916 near Verona)

Scaricatori di carbone (Coal Carriers). Drypoint on chamois-coloured wove paper. 15.1 x 19.5 cm (platemark); 40.8 x 50.2 cm (sheet size). Signed. (1907). Bellini 7, only one state, version B (of F).

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UMBERTO BOCCIONI (1882 Reggio di Calabria – 1916 near Verona)

L'Atleta (The Athlete). Drypoint on chamois-coloured wove paper. 14.9 x 23.2 cm (platemark); 41.0 x 50.2 cm (sheet size). Signed. (1907). Bellini 11 I B (of III).

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UMBERTO BOCCIONI (1882 Reggio di Calabria – 1916 near Verona)

Madre che cuce (The Artist’s Mother Sewing). Drypoint on chamois-coloured wove paper. 13.7 x 11.5 cm (plate­mark); 50.2 x 40.9 cm (sheet size). Signed. (1910). Bellini 28, only one state, version A (of B).

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