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PIETRO FRANCESCO ALBERTI (1584 Borgo San Sepolcro or Rome – 1638 Rome)

Academia D’ Pitori. Etching. 40.5 x 52.8 cm. B. XXVII, 313, 1.

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ALLAERT CLAESZ. (born circa 1508 in Amsterdam, active in Utrecht and Amsterdam 1520–1555)

Joseph and the Wife of Potiphar. Engraving, lozenged. 8.5 x 6.5 cm. Hollstein 19.

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CORNELIS CORT (1533 Hoorn or Edam – 1578 Rome)

The Holy Family with St. Anne and John the Baptist. Engraving after Federico Zuccaro. 28 x 23.4 cm. Circa 1570. Bierens de Haan 48, The New Hollstein 87 before I (of II).

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JOHANNES AND LUCAS VAN DOETECUM (Johannes known to have been in Deventer after 1551–1605 Haarlem, Lucas active from 1559 to 1573 in Deventer and Antwerp)

A Wide Riverscape with a Town. Etching. 14.1 x 40 cm. 1562. Hollstein (Hieronymus Cock) 5; The New Hollstein (Hans Bol) 229. Watermark: Small Jug.

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MICHELE GRECO (or Grecchi, known as Lucchese, active in Rome between 1534 and 1564)

Moses Strikes at a Rock, from which Water Gushes. Engraving. 27.6 x 42.2 cm. Nagler, Die Mono­grammisten, IV, 1977, 1 I (of II); Passavant VI, 104, 2 (Ecole Romaine de Marc Antoine).

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JOSIAS MURER (1564–1630, Zurich)

The Good Samaritan. Pen and black ink, grey wash. 26 x 16 cm. Monogrammed and dated: “IM. 1608”.

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JOHANNES WIERIX (1549 Antwerp – circa 1620 Brussels)

Humana Complexio (Allegory of Human Life). Engraving after Frans Pourbus. 42.9 x 34.6 cm. 1579. Mauquoy-Hendrickx 1555 II; The New Hollstein 1841 II.

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HERMAN BRECKERVELD (1595/96 Duisburg – 1673 Arnheim)

The Bastion of St. Janspoort in Arnheim. Pen and brown ink over graphite. 17.2 x 25.7 cm. Signed and dated: “H. Breckerveld f: Arnhem / 1626”.

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GIUSEPPE DIAMANTINI (1621–1705, Fossombrone)

Allegory with Mythological Figures. Etching. 31.7 x 23 cm. Bartsch XXI, 274, 12; The Illustrated Bartsch, 47, Part 3, Commentary, p. 36, 012. Watermark: Tre Lune.

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LUCA GIORDANO (1634–1705, Naples)

Christ and the Adulteress. Etching. 36 x 50.1 cm. 1653. Bartsch 21, 177, 5 I (of II). Watermark: Easter Lamb in Double Circle.

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PAULUS MOREELSE (1571–1638, Utrecht)

The Reflecting Amor. Etching and burin. 16.3 x 12 cm. Hollstein 3.

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I. ROBILLART (engraver and publisher, active in France, first half of the 17th century)

Doubting Thomas. Etching after Caravaggio. 21.9 x 28.6 cm. Le Blanc 2; Nagler 1; Moir 18a, I (of III).

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HERMAN SAFTLEVEN (1609 Rotterdam – 1685 Utrecht)

View of the Sonnenborgh Bastion on Stadsbuitengracht in Utrecht. Black chalk, grey-brown wash, made from two sheets. 28.8 x 38.5 cm. Monogrammed: HSL. Watermark: Foolscap with a five-pointed collar (Ash/Fletcher 19 K. a., circa 1648–50).

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NICOLAS DE SON (active in Reims, 1625 – before 1637)

The Lovers’ Garden. Etching. 18.4 x 26.9 cm. Le Blanc 17.

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nicolaas verkolje (1673 Delft – 1746 Amsterdam)

“The Painter Painting a Naked Woman, Observed by an Art Lover” (“het Schildertje”). Mezzotint after Arnold Houbraken. 28.5 x 17.4 cm. Nagler 32.

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JOHANNES ADRIAANSZ. BEMME (1775 Rotterdam – 1841 The Hague)

A Scholar in his Study. Etching. 25.2 x 30.1 cm. Wurzbach 5.

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LOUIS-LÉOPOLD BOILLY (1761 La Brassée – 1845 Paris)

Réunion d’artistes. Stipple engraving by Alex Clément. 55 x 43.5 cm. 1804. Harisse 595.

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PHILIPP HIERONYMUS BRINCKMANN (1709 Speyer – 1761 Mannheim)

Self-portrait, in Pensive Mood. Etching. 5.4 x 4.8 cm. Heller-Andresen 6.

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CLAUDE-LOUIS DESRAIS (1746–1816, Paris)

Allegory of Ignorance Trying to Kill Inspiration. Pen and black ink, grey wash. 21.8 x 26.5 cm. Circa 1770–80.

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

The Flight into Egypt. Pen and brown ink over a light preliminary drawing in graphite, brown wash; framing line in pen and brown ink; verso with a graphite sketch of the Supper at Emmaus. 19.2 x 15.2 cm. Signed and dated: “C.W. E. Dietrich fe. 1732”.

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

The Flight into Egypt. Two etchings in different states. Each measuring approx. 18.3 x 14.3 cm. Circa 1732–34. Linck 13 I (of IV) and IV.

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GAETANO GANDOLFI (1734 San Matteo della Decima – 1802 Bologna)

The Adoration of the Shepherds. Etching in black and grey ink on laid paper. 21 x 16.5 cm. Unrecorded.

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JEAN-FRANÇOIS JANINET (1752–1814, Paris)

Adam and Eve. Colour etching and aquatint from several plates, after Jean-Baptiste Le Barbier. 38.9 x 49.5 cm. 1783. Portalis-Beraldi 65; Inventaire du Fonds Français, vol. 12, p. 48, no. 83 I (of II).

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PAULUS VAN LIENDER (1731 Utrecht – 1797 Haarlem)

Two Picturesque Woodland Scenes. Two watercolours over a preliminary drawing in graphite. Each approx. 31.6 x 28.5 cm. 

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JEAN-ETIENNE LIOTARD (1702–1789, Geneva)

after. Mademoiselle Lavergnée, Nièce de Mr. Liotard (La Liseuse). Etching and engraving by Jean Daullé and Simon François Ravenet. 58.5 x 42.5 cm. Circa 1755. Firmin-Didot 347; Inventaire du Fonds Français 82; Tilanus 53.

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ANGE-LAURENT DE LA LIVE DE JULLY (1725–1779, Paris)

Portrait of the Architect Antoine Deriset; The Washer­woman Rita Pontani; A Young Man, Studying a Hole in his Stocking. Three etchings from the series Receuil de Caricatures. Each measuring approx. 27.5 x 19.4 cm. Circa 1754. Portalis-Béraldi, from 523; Inventaire du Fonds Français, dixhuitième siècle, vol. 12, from 322; Suzanne Boorsch, “The Receuil de Caricatures by La Live de Jully after Saly”, Yale University Art Gallery Bulletin, 2004, pp. 68–83, nos. 3, 12, 16.

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ZACHARIAS LONGUELUNE (1669 Paris – 1748 Dresden)

Costume Design. Pen and black ink, grey wash and watercolour, framing line in pen and brown and black ink. 23.2 x 16 cm.

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CHARLES ANDRÉ VAN LOO (1705 Nice – 1785 Paris)

Six figures académiques dessinées et gravées par Carle van Loo ... Suite of six etchings. Each measuring approx. 23.5 x 39 cm. 1743. Le Blanc 4–9.

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GIUSEPPE PIATTOLI (circa 1743 – after 1807, Florence)

“Burla del Piovane Arlitto che fa un fastidioso, caccandogli nelli stivali”. Pen and brown ink, greyish-black wash, white heightening. 11.5 x 18.2 cm.

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BERNARD PICART (1673 Paris – 1733 Amsterdam)

Standing Male Nude with Outstretched Arms (Study for an Apollo). Red chalk. 34.1 x 21.7 cm. Watermark: IHS.

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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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JOHANN ELIAS RIDINGER (1698 Ulm – 1767 Augsburg)

A Stag Caught by a Pack of Hounds. Pen and black and brown ink over chalk. 28.4 x 43 cm. Circa 1750–55.

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PIERRE SUBLEYRAS (1699 Uzès – 1749 Rome)

Meal in the House of Simon. Etching. 24.6 x 60.8 cm. 1738. Robert-Dumesnil 3; exhibition catalogue Subleyras. 1699–1749, published by P. Rosenberg, O. Michel, Paris, Musée du Luxembourg, 1987, p. 200, II (of V).

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JOHANN HEINRICH TISCHBEIN THE ELDER (known as ‘Kasseler Tischbein’ 1722 Haina – 1789 Kassel)

Minerva Appears to Prince Telemachus. Pen and black and a little brown ink, grey wash. 12.8 x 17.6 cm. Signed and dated: “J. He: Tischbei Sen. 1780”.

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WOLFGANG ADAM TOEPFER (1766 Geneva – 1847 Morillon)

A Satyr’s Family outside a Rock Cave. Pen and black ink and watercolour. 25.5 x 19.1 cm. Signed and dated: “Töpfer 1791”.

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SALVATORE TRESCA (1750 Palermo – 1817 Paris)

The Twelve Months of the Republican Calendar. Suite of twelve stipple engravings. Each 34.8 x 26.8 cm (one sheet 33 x 23.1 cm). Circa 1794. Le Blanc 13–24.

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REINIER VINKELES (1741–1816, Amsterdam)

Afbeelding der Teeken Academie (The Amsterdam Drawing Academy). Etching and engraving. 34.8 x 39.3 cm. 1768. F. Muller, De Nederlandse geschiedenis in platen..., Amsterdam 1863–82, vol. II, p. 207, no. 4195A. Watermark: Dovecote.

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FRANÇOIS BONVIN (1817 Vaugirard – 1887 Saint-Germain-en-Laye)

A Nun Preparing Coffee. Oil on wood. 16 x 22 cm. Signed and dated: “F. Bonvin 1873”.

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GIOVANNI CORNACCHIA (1804 San Seccondo Parmense – 1846 Parma)

Half-length Portrait of the Engraver Luigi Celli Cremo­nese. Etching and burin. 23 x 17.7 cm. Circa 1829.

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JULIUS HÜBNER (1806 Oels in Silesia – 1882 Loschwitz)

Self-portrait in Three-quarter Profile to the Right. Pencil on thin cardboard. 13 x 10.6 cm. Monogrammed and dated: “JH 1828 Düsseldorff im August”, below in a different hand “Julius Hübner Maler”.

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CARL WILHELM KOLBE (1757 Berlin – 1835 Dresden)

The Bathers. Etching. 55.5 x 45.3 cm. Martens 217 IV (of VI).

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JOSEF KRIEHUBER (1800–1876, Vienna)

Prater Landscape. Oil on cardboard. 35.7 x 44.5 cm. 1847.

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JOSÉ MADRAZO Y AGUDO (1781 Santander – 1859 Madrid)

Half-length Portrait of Johann Christian Reinhart against an Italian Landscape. Etching. 15.4 x 10.8 cm. 1811.

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JOHANN GEORG MANSFELD (1764–1817, Vienna)

Portrait of Johann Adam Klein. Etching. 18.6 x 13.2 cm. 1815. Heller-Andresen 4.

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CHARLES MERYON (1821 Paris – 1868 Charenton)

Le Petit Pont. Etching and burin on brown Japanese paper. 26 x 18.9 cm. Annotated in pen and black ink: “les tours Notre dame et l’hotel dieu démoli 1854”. (1850). Delteil 24 III (of VI); Schneidermann 20 IV (of IX).

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CHARLES PIERRE JOSEPH NORMAND (1765 Goyencourt – 1840 Paris)

Tableau général de la Revolution Française, terminée par celui de la Paix. Etching and engraving. 49.8 x 68 cm. 1802. Not in Nagler or Le Blanc.

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GUSTAV FRIEDRICH PAPPERITZ (1813–1861, Dresden)

The Palm Grove near the Town of Elche in Andalusia. Watercolour and gouache on firm paper. 41.4 x 55.3 cm. Signed and dated: “GFPapperitz Elche 10. Mai 1851”.

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FRIEDRICH PRELLER THE ELDER (1804 Eisenach – 1878 Weimar)

Satyr and Nymph in a Pastoral, Southern Landscape. Pen and black and grey ink over graphite, grey wash. 22.4 x 29.7 cm. Signed and dated: “18 FP 74”.

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JOSEPH SELLENY (1824 Vienna – 1875 Inzersdorf)

An Imaginary Mountainous Landscape. Pen and brown ink, brown wash; framing line with point of brush and brown ink. 12 x 19.3 cm. “Jos. Selleny” inscribed on the mounting paper.

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ADOLF SENFF (1785 Halle – 1863 Ostrau)

Study sheet with mimosas, a tulip, two irises, pomegranate blossoms and convolvuli. Oil on greyish-brown, grounded firm paper. 55.3 x 40.3 cm. Signed and inscribed: “Adolf Senff. Rom.”, four dates of individual plants: “d. 12. Apr”, “16. Apr“, “18. Apr (18)27” and “20. Apr. 27” and inscribed “Milanthrum” at the bottom right.

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