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GIOVANNI BATTISTA D’ANGOLO – attributed (known as Battista del Moro, circa 1515 Verona – circa 1573 Verona or Murano)

Landscape with Moses Bearing the Tablets of the Law. Etching. 19.2 x 28.6 cm. Hollstein 10, Riggs 97.

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CLAES JANSZ. CLOCK (born circa 1576 Leiden, active circa 1589–1602 Haarlem)

The Siege of Damiette. Engraving from two plates. 50.8 x 74 cm. 1595. Hollstein 20 I (of II). Watermark: Crowned double-headed eagle.

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HIERONYMUS COCK (circa 1510–1570, Antwerp)

Landscape with the Temptation of Christ. Etching. 31.5 x 43.3 cm. Wurzbach 19, Hollstein 2.

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ODOARDO FIALETTI (1573 Bologna – 1636/37 Venice)

The Angel Announces the Birth of Samson to Manoah and his Wife. Pen and brown ink over traces of black chalk, mounted on canvas. 27.4 x 18.6 cm. Numbered “27” in pen and brown ink at the bottom left, “... Tin­to­retto” inscribed verso in pen and brown ink.

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FRENCH SCHOOL circa 1578

Portrait of Jacques de Lévis, comte de Caylus. Etching. 11.6 x 9.7 cm. Circa 1578. Hennin 712.

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GIORGIO GHISI (called Mantovano, 1512–1582, Mantua)

Allegory of Earth’s Fertility (Jupiter and Antiope?). Engraving after Primaticcio. 17.2 x 31.5 cm. B. 52, Bellini 5 II, Boorsch/Lewis A2 II.

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HENDRIK GIJSMANS (circa 1544 Mechelen – circa 1611/12 Frankenthal)

View of the Town of Huy. Pen and brown ink, framing line in pen and brown ink. 14.8 x 34.4 cm. Signed “Henrick Ghys: F.”; “Huy” inscribed in the artist’s own hand in the upper margin.

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MASTER OF THE LIECHTENSTEIN ADORATION (active in the Southern Netherlands (?), circa 1550)

Soldiers Discovering the Body of Holofernes. Pen and black ink, grey wash, heightened with white gouache, on brownish laid paper. 19.3 x 29.7 cm.

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BATTISTA PITTONI (known as Battista Vicentino, 1520–1583/84, Vicenza)

Landscape Capriccio with Roman Ruins and the Lupa Romana. Pen and brown ink over a light preliminary chalk drawing. 14.1 x 20.8 cm.

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LAZZARO TAVARONE (1556–1641, Genoa)

Descent from the Cross. Pen and brown ink over a light chalk drawing, brown wash. 30.3 x 24.2 cm.

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IGNAZ JOHANN BENDL (Brno – circa 1730 Vienna)

The Penitent Mary Magdalene. Etching. 29.3 x 23 cm. Thieme-Becker III, p. 303.

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GILLIS VAN BREEN (active circa 1595–1622 in Haarlem)

A Couple Making Music. Engraving after Cornelis IJsbrantsz. Kussens. 26.1 x 19 cm. Hollstein 71. Watermark: Strasbourg Bend.

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LEENDERT VAN DER COOGHEN (1632–1681, Haarlem)

Saint Bavo with Falcon. Etching. 19 x 13.3 cm. 1664. B. 3, Hollstein 3.

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GIOVANNI ANTONIO LORENZINI (1665–1740, Bologna)

John the Baptist Preaching in the Desert. Etching from two plates, after Lorenzo Pasinelli. 46.4 x 80 cm. Bartsch 6, Nagler 6. Watermark: Bird in a circle (similar to Woodward 77).

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GIUSEPPE MARIA MITELLI (1634–1718, Bologna)

Le ventiquattr’ hore dell’ humana felicità. Twenty-six etchings in a contemporary stiff board binding (spine replaced, slightly scuffed, minor abrasions). Folio. 1675. Bertarelli 394, 397–421.

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GABRIEL PERELLE (circa 1603 Vernon-sur-Seine(?) – 1677 Paris)

Six Landscapes with Scenes from the Life of Jesus. Six etchings. Each approx. 24 x 31.5 cm. Nagler 19, Le Blanc 39–44. Watermark: three-part coat of arms with lily, star and key.

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ROBERT PICOU (circa 1593 Tours – 1671 Paris)

Les Petits Lutteurs. Etching. 11.1 x 13.9 cm. Robert-Dumesnil 5, Le Blanc 7.

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SALOMON SAVERIJ (1594 – circa 1678, Amsterdam)

An Officer Hands a Young Woman a Coin (“Dats de Bruydt daermen om danst”). Etching and burin after Pieter Quast. 29 x 19.5 cm. Hollstein 94.

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ELISABETTA SIRANI (1638–1665, Bologna)

St. Mary Magdalene, Venerating a Crucifix. Brush draw­ing in brown over a light preliminary sketch in red chalk. 18 x 13 cm.

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CLAUDE VIGNON (1593 Tours – 1670 Paris)

Adoration of the Magi. Etching. 24.1 x 20.5 cm. 1619. Robert-Dumesnil 2 I (of II); Pacht Bassani 36 I (of II).

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JAN WORST (active around 1645–1686)

View of a Waterfall. Brush in grey over graphite, fram­ing line in pen and brown ink. 51 x 38 cm. Watermark: Crowned Strasbourg coat of arms.

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JOHANN FRIEDRICH BAUSE (1738 Halle – 1814 Weimar)

Skull of a Seven-Month-Old Child. Etching after Adam Friedrich Oeser, printed in iron red. 12.5 x 18.7 cm. 1791. Keil 22, Meyer, Allgemeines Künstler-Lexikon 22 II.

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JEAN-ACHILLE BELLANGER (active in Paris between 1745 and 1770)

The Tribute Money. Etching. 4.5 x 15 cm. 1745. Le Blanc 6, Inventaire du Fonds Français 5.

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JOHAN FREDERIK CLEMENS (1748 Gollnow – 1831 Copenhagen)

Le Sort des Artistes. Etching and engraving. 17.5 x 22.8 cm. 1786. Not in Nagler or Le Blanc, Leo Swane, J.F. Clemens: Biografi samt Fortegnelse over hans Kobber­stik, Copenhagen 1929, 221 III (of IV).

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GIOVANNI DAVID (1743 Cabella Ligure – 1790 Genoa)

Bacchanal. Etching. 29.9 x 21.2 cm. 1775. Grasso 116.

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LOUIS JEAN DESPREZ – after (1743 Auxerre – 1804 Stockholm)

Set for the Opera Frigga. Watercolour over outline etching. 54.3 x 92.7 cm. (1787). Exhibition catalogue Louis Jean Desprez. Tecknare, Teaterkonstnär, Arkitekt, Nationalmuseum, Stockholm 1992, fig. p. 82.

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PHILIPPE-AUGUSTE HENNEQUIN (1762 Lyon – 1833 Tournai)

Diana and Endymion. Etching. 16.9 x 21.7 cm. Inventaire du Fonds Français 3.

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FRANÇOIS HUTIN (1686–1758, Paris)

The Seven Works of Mercy. Seven etchings. Each approx. 23.3 x 16.4 cm. Inventaire du Fonds Français 1–7, P. de Baudicour 1–7, each I (of II). Watermark: Fleur-de-lis in double circle.

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CHARLES FRANÇOIS HUTIN (1715 Paris – 1776 Dresden)

The Draughtsman. Etching. 19.5 x 14.1 cm. 1768. P. de Baudicour 20 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. Each approx. 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. 1799. Andresen 29.

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JEAN ETIENNE LIOTARD (1702–1789, Geneva)

Small Self-portrait. Mezzotint, etching and roulette. 21 x 16.7 cm. Circa 1781. Tilanus 9, Roethlisberger/Loche 523.

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LOUIS JOSEPH LE LORRAIN (1715 Paris – 1759 St. Petersburg)

The Judgment of Solomon. Etching after Jean François de Troy. 28.8 x 22.4 cm. 1742. Le Blanc 1, Inventaire du Fonds Français 1. Watermark: Maltese cross in a rosary.

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FRANZ ANTON MAULBERTSCH (1724 Langenargen – 1796 Vienna)

Image of Toleration. Etching. 47.4 x 49.5 cm. 1785. Nagler 5 II, Le Blanc 6 II.

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ANTOINE MAXIME MONSALDY (1768–1816, Paris)

and G. Devisme. Vue des Ouvrages de Peinture. Two etchings. Each approx. 38 x 53 cm. Not included in Nagler or Le Blanc, Hennin 12681, Benezit IX 298.

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PIETRO ANTONIO NOVELLI (1729–1804, Venice)

The Lion of the Arsenal in Venice. Pen and black and reddish-brown ink, grey wash, white heightening, on pinkish-brown grounded paper. 29.4 x 18.7 cm.

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MARCO ALVISE PITTERI (1702–1786, Venice)

Profile Portrait of a Young Woman. Engraving after Giovanni Battista Piazzetta. 45 x 34.6 cm. Nagler 48, Ravà 268. Watermark: FC, Bromberg 29 (fragment).

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JOHANN CHRISTIAN REINHART (1761 Hof – 1847 Rome)

The Mill at the Great Oaks. Etching. 44.6 x 59 cm. 1788. Andresen 20 II (of III).

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GEORG FRIEDRICH SCHMIDT (1712 Schönerlinde – 1775 Berlin)

Half-length portrait of a young man wearing a cap, his head slightly inclined to one side and his gaze directed upwards. Red chalk. 45.3 x 45.1 cm. Circa 1737–1743.

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JOHANN GOTTFRIED BENEDICT THEIL (1745 Friedrichstadt near Dresden – 1797 Dresden)

Il tempio della Sibilla a Tivoli. Pen and black ink, brown wash. 44.6 x 63 cm. Inscribed, signed and dated “Il tempio della Sibilla a Tivoli. / J. B. Theill del. 1780.” in the artist’s own hand.

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IGNAZ UNTERBERGER (1742 Cavalese – 1797 Vienna)

Allegory of the Imperial Prince Kaunitz. Mezzotint in brown.
56.7 x 37 cm. 1790. Nagler 4. Watermark: Letters.

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FRANÇOIS-ANDRÉ VINCENT (1746–1814, Paris)

Bust of an Old Man, also called ’The Greek Priest’. Etching. 23.7 x 19.5 cm. 1782. Baudicour 1, Cuzin 406 GR.

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ANNA MARIA WERNER (née Haid, 1688 Danzig – 1753 Dresden)

Mausolus and Artemisia. Gouache on parchment, with framing line in gold, the parchment stretched over a copper plate. 19.7 x 14 cm. Signed and dated in gold “Anna . Maria . Wernerin . Fec:. / 1709” on the right beneath the subject.

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PIETRO BENVENUTI (1769 Arezzo – 1844 Florence)

Achilles Drags Hector’s Corpse around the Walls of Troy. Pen and brush drawing in brown ink, brown and grey wash, on firm wove paper, squared with red chalk. 38.7 x 55.5 cm.

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HONORÉ DAUMIER (1808 Marseilles – 1879 Valmonte)

“Gros, gras et...Constitutionnel”. Lithographie sur blanc.
33 x 24.5 cm. (1833). Delteil 176 II.

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ALEXIS FOREL (1852 Lully near Morges – 1922 Morges)

La Cité Maupit. Etching. 23 x 41.7 cm. Circa 1885. Beraldi 2.

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LUDWIG EMIL GRIMM (1790 Hanau – 1863 Kassel)

“Best Not to Tangle with This Lot”: Three Grotesque Heads. Pen and grey ink, other grotesque heads verso. 8.9 x 24 cm. Entitled in the artist’s own hand and inscribed “Ludwig Grimm” in pen and brown ink; inscription verso reads “Im Octob 1847 die 3 Bände v. Vasari wieder auf Kurz (?) zurück gegeben”.

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AUGUST VON KLOEBER (1793 Breslau – 1864 Berlin)

Rebecca and Eliezer at the Well. Drawing in pencil. 21 x 16.7 cm. Signed and dated “AKloeber. Roma.1827” on the left of the well.

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WILHELM VON KOBELL (1766 Mannheim – 1855 Munich)

The Draughtsman. Etching on wove paper. 17.6 x 14.5 cm. (1846). Goedl-Roth 72.

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HORACE VERNET (1789–1863, Paris)

Still Life with Two Dead Jays. Oil on cardboard. 28.5 x 36 cm.

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ALEXIS VOLLON (1865–1945, Paris)

View of the Town of Le Mans from the Bank of the River Sarthe. Oil on canvas, mounted on wood. 31.5 x 117 cm.

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