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HIERONYMUS COCK (1510–1570, Antwerp)

Landscape with Judah and Tamar. Etching. 22.6 x 32.4 cm. 1558. Hollstein 9.

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FLEMISH SCHOOL 1567

A Panther, Walking to the Left; A Leopard Lying Down. Pen and brown and grey ink, watercolour and gouache. 16.2 x 28.1 cm and 17.5 x 29.8 cm respectively, mounted on an album sheet 46.7 x 31 cm. “Den tijgher Lupart / (1)567” inscribed in Flemish with the date on the lower sheet, “Panteras” inscribed in a different hand in Spanish. Watermark (album sheet): Crowned double-headed eagle (Briquet 315, Würzburg 1585).

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FLEMISH SCHOOL, circa 1570

A Red Deer (Cervus elaphus), in Profile Facing Left. Pen and brown and grey ink over graphite, watercolour and gouache. 29.3 x 24.8 cm, mounted on an album sheet 35 x 27.5 cm. “Ciervo” inscribed in Spanish.

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FLEMISH SCHOOL circa 1570

Two Short-Spined Sea Scorpions (Myoxocephalus scorpius). Watercolour and gouache. 17 x 25.6 cm, mounted on an album sheet 19.6 x 25.6 cm. Watermark (album sheet): Crowned double-headed eagle (Briquet 315, Würzburg 1585).

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

L’Asinaria. Engraving. 26 x 43.3 cm. 1564. Not in Passavant. Watermark: Ladder in a Shield Surmounted
by a Cross (Woodward 255–256, Rome, Venice, after 1558).

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MASTER OF 1527 (possibly Aertgen Claesz. van Leyden, 1498–1564, Leiden)

Christ among the Scribes. Pen and grey-brown ink, framing line in pen and brown ink with reddish-brown
watercolour border. 19 x 27 cm. “Martin Amskerc” inscribed in an old hand in the lower margin. Watermark: Little coat of arms.

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MONOGRAMMIST FG (active 1534–1546)

The German Standard-Bearer. Engraving. 14.4 x 9.3 cm. 1537. Bartsch IX, 27, 7; Nagler, Die Monogrammisten, II, 2115, 2914, 7.

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QUIRIN BOEL (1620 Antwerp – 1668 Brussels)

The Monkeys’ Barber’s Shop. Etching after David Teniers. 24.4 x 31.6 cm. Hollstein 42. Watermark:
Foolscap.

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LUCA GIORDANO (1634–1705, Naples)

Christ in the Temple. Etching. 29 x 40.8 cm. Bartsch XXI, 175, 3; The Illustrated Bartsch, 47 Part 1 (Commentary), 3 II (of III). Watermark: Crossed arrows in a circle.

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JOHANN CARL LOTH (1632 Munich – 1698 Venice)

Jupiter and Antiope. Pen and brown ink, white heightening, on grey-green paper. 13.7 x 16.2 cm.

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CLAUDE MASSÉ (or Macé, 1631? – 1670, Paris)

Apollo and Daphne, after Nicolas Poussin? Etching. 28.8 x 39.7 cm. Le Blanc, from 13–123 I (of II);
Robert-Dumesnil VI, 275, 97.

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PIETER CLAESZ. SOUTMAN (circa 1580–1657, Amsterdam)

The Last Supper. Engraving and drypoint from two plates, after Leonardo da Vinci. 29.7 x 101.4 cm.
Hollstein 4 II, Schneevogt p. 38, 231 IV (VI). Watermark: Strasbourg coat-of-arms with fleur-de-lis.

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WALLERANT VAILLANT (1623 Lille – 1677 Amsterdam)

Sophia of the Palatinate. Etching. 22.8 x 15.3 cm. 1656. Le Blanc 6, Wessely 7, Hollstein 9. Watermark:
Large double-headed eagle with cross coat-of-arms.

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ABRAHAM VAN WEERDT (active 1636–1680 in Nuremberg)

Inside a Printers’ Shop. Woodcut. 18.3 x 27.4 cm. 1646. Nagler 4; Nagler, Die Monogrammisten, I, 1478.

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JAMES BARRY (1741 Cork – 1806 London)

Self-portrait. Mezzotint. 35.2 x 25 cm. “James Barry / Scraped by himself” inscribed in pencil in the lower margin. Circa 1802. Chaloner Smith 1883, 20; Pressly 36.

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JOHANN WOLFGANG BAUMGARTNER (1709 Kufstein – 1761 Augsburg)

The Virgin of Mercy Surrounded by Angels Appears to Peasants in the Field. Pen and point of brush in greyblack and brown ink, grey wash and white heightening, on blue paper. 27.8 x 20.2 cm. Circa 1750–60. Watermark: Figure 4 over heart and the instruments of the Passion.

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JOHANN WOLFGANG BAUMGARTNER (1709 Kufstein – 1761 Augsburg)

After. The Four Elements. Four engravings. Circa 1745. Each approx. 29.7 x 19 cm. Berliner Ornamentstichkatalog 133, 1, 16; not in Nagler.

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JOHAN FREDERIK CLEMENS (1748 Gollnow – 1831 Copenhagen)

Ossian’s Swansong. Engraving. 31.7 x 22.9 cm. 1787. Not in Nagler, Heller-Andresen or Le Blanc.

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CHARLES NICOLAS COCHIN THE ELDER (1688–1754, Paris)

“La Pharmacie” – An Alchemist in his Laboratory with Animal Trophies and Various Accoutrements. Etching
and engraving after Jacques de Lajoüe. 30.6 x 37 cm. (1738). Inventaire du Fonds Français, vol. 4, p. 635,
no. 250; Michel G 71.

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LOUIS-JEAN DESPREZ (1743 Auxerre – 1804 Stockholm)

View of the Piazza del Mercato in Catania. Pen and black ink and watercolour, framing line in pen and brown ink. 15 x 25 cm. Wollin 1933, p. 66. no. 22b.

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

The Angel Prevents the Sacrifice of Isaac (in the manner of Rembrandt). Etching. 18.9 x 14.5 cm. 1730. Linck 7.

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UBALDO GANDOLFI (1728 San Matteo della Decima (Bologna) – 1781 Ravenna)

After. The Adoration of the Shepherds. Etching and aquatint in brown ink. 29.5 x 20 cm. “U. Gandolfi” inscribed in pencil in the lower margin. Unrecorded.

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GOTTFRIED BERNHARD GÖZ (or Goetz, 1708 Welehrad – 1774 Augsburg)

The Horrors of War. Title page and seven engravings. Each approx. 34.2 x 21.2 cm. (1742). Wildmoser 1–340–001–8, each III; Berliner Ornamentstich­katalog 126, 1,2.

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JOHANN FERDINAND HETZENDORF VON HOHENBERG (1732–1816, Vienna)

An Architectural Capriccio with Bizarre Figures. Etching. 26.1 x 35.6 cm. Hainisch, 49, 3.

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JEAN-FRANÇOIS JANINET (1752–1814, Paris)

A Young Woman in Classical Attire, Facing Left. Pen and black ink, grey wash. 30.8 x 19.9 cm. Circa 1791.

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JEAN-JACQUES FRANÇOIS LEBARBIER THE ELDER (1738 Rouen – 1826 Paris)

View of an Ancient Ruin with Mourners at a Tomb. Pen and black ink and watercolour. 45 x 35 cm. Signed: “Lebarbier del a rome”.

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PIETRO ANTONIO NOVELLI (1729–1804, Venice)

Angelica and Medoro. Pen and black ink, grey wash. 35.3 x 26.9 cm. Inscribed in the lower margin:
“da Pietro Novelli regalatomi dallo stesso”. Circa 1776.

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GIOVANNI PAOLO PANNINI (1691 Piacenza – 1765 Rome)

Architectural Capriccio with Roman Ruins and Staffage Figures. Pen and brown ink, brown wash. 12.8 x
18.8 cm. Watermark: Anchor in a circle (fragment).

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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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LOUISE PITHOUD (active around 1792 in Paris)

Male and Female Bacchants Erecting a Statue. Etching, aquatint and lavis manner after Jean-Guillaume Moitte. 21.2 x 51.8 cm. Circa 1792.

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GIACOMO QUARENGHI (1744 Valle Imagna – 1817 St. Petersburg)

Landscape Capriccio with Two Female Staffage Figures. Pen and greyish-black ink over a light preliminary drawing in pencil, light-brown wash. 19.9 x 32.5 cm. Signed and inscribed: “Quarenghi St. Petersbourg”. On the artist’s original blue mounting.

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SIMON-FRANÇOIS RAVENET THE ELDER (1706 Paris – 1774 London)

An Academy. Engraving after John Hamilton Morti­mer. 51 x 42.5 cm. 1771. Le Blanc 47; Sunderland 49.

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JOHANN JAKOB RIDINGER (circa 1736–1784, Augsburg)

Treasure Hunters Surprised by Death. Mezzotint after Johann Heiss. 41.8 x 53.8 cm. Le Blanc 6; not in Nagler. Watermark: Letters.

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JOHANN JAKOB RIDINGER (circa 1736–1784, Augsburg)

The Rule of Death: Omnia mihi subdita (second version). Mezzotint after Johann Elias Ridinger. 57.4 x 41.3 cm. “Ioh. Iacob Ridinger sculps. / Ioh. El. Ridinger delin. et excud. Aug. Vind”. Not in Thienemann / Stillfried, Schwarz 1477. Watermark : Letters ‘Wangen’ with countermark.

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GEORG PHILIPP RUGENDAS THE ELDER (1666–1742, Augsburg)

A Cavalry Battle Waged in Front of a Wide Open Land­scape with Fortifications. Pen and point of brush and brown ink. 45 x 62.5 cm. Signed: “G. P. Rugendas”. Circa 1738.

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PAUL TROGER (1698 Welsberg – 1762 Vienna)

„Holy Family with Landscape Background“. Etching. 15.6 x 11.4 cm. 1721. Heller-Andresen 1 I (of II); Nagler 9 I (of II).

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BERNARDO ZILOTTI (1716 Borso del Grappa – 1783 Venice)

Landscape Capriccio with a Gnarled Tree and Resting Owls. Drawing in pen and brown ink on finely structured Venetian laid paper. 29.6 x 20.2 cm. Watermark: Coat-of-arms cartouche.


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HYACINTHE LOUIS VICTOR JEAN BAPTISTE AUBRY-LECOMTE (1797 Nice – 1858 Paris)

Profile Portrait of Marie, the Artist’s Niece. Lithograph on Chine appliqué. 25.2 x 25.5 cm. 1835. Meyer, Allge­meines Künstler-Lexikon, II, 381, 61; I.F.F., p. 219.

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CAMILLE FÉLIX BELLANGER (1853–1923, Paris)

Twilight View over the Paris Rooftops. Oil on paper, mounted on cardboard. 9.6 x 15.8 cm.

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JEAN-MICHEL GROBON (1770–1853, Lyon)

A River Landscape near Lyon. Brush drawing in grey ink. 14.7 x 20.8 cm. Signed and dated in pen and brown ink: “Grobon 1810”.

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JEAN-MICHEL GROBON (1770–1853, Lyon)

The Forest of Rochecardon. Etching, burin and roulette on blue paper. 23.2 x 29.6 cm. 1800. Audin-Vial 1918, vol. 1, p. 405; Grafe 4 III.

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CHRISTOPH HEINRICH KNIEP (1755 Hildesheim – 1825 Naples)

Study Sheet with the Trunk of a Gnarled Oak Tree, Leafy Plants and Grasses. Pencil drawing. 20 x 29.7 cm. Signed and dated on the original mounting paper: “C. H. Kniep Napoli 1816”.

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VILHELM KYHN (1819 Copenhagen – 1903 Frederiksberg)

Stormy Seas off Bornholm. Oil on cardboard. 23.4 x 35 cm. Circa 1845–1850.

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CLAUDE LOUIS MASQUELIER (called le fils, 1781–1852, Paris)

Figure qui a remorte le grand prix de la gravure / au concours de l’an XIII. Engraving. 41.9 x 30 cm. Not in Nagler or Le Blanc.

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WILHELM REUTER (1768 Hildesheim – 1834 Berlin)

Hero and Leander. Pen lithograph after Ulrich Ludwig Friedrich Wolf, on wove paper. 38.2 x 31.6 cm (image), 53 x 42.8 cm (sheet size). 1818. Winkler 934, 4 I (of IVb); Dussler (Wolf) 3. Watermark: “I. C de R. IM-HOF; GR. MED.”

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JOHANN GOTTFRIED SCHADOW (1764–1850, Berlin)

Self-portrait. Chalk lithograph in an oval frame. 17.4 x 15 cm. 1824. Mackowsky 95.

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FERDINAND SCHMUTZER (1870–1928, Vienna)

Portrait of the Painter, Rudolf von Alt. Drypoint and roulette on Japan paper. 57 x 34.4 cm. Signed. 1899. Weixlgärtner 19 V.

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EMANUEL STEINER (1778–1831, Winterthur)

An Arcadian Landscape with Lush Deciduous Trees and a Round Temple. Pen and brown ink. 30.5 x 40.5 cm. Circa 1805–10.

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JOHANN JAKOB ULRICH (1798 Andelfingen – 1877 Zurich)

Two Boys Sat on a Dead Tree Stump. Oil on wood. 23 x 43 cm. Circa 1835.

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JOHANN PETER WAGNER (1802 Mannheim – 1847 Karlsruhe)

Pine-tree, in the Colonna Garden in Rome; Evergreen Oak from Ghigi Park in Ariccia near Rome; Cypresses in the Villa d’Este in Tivoli. Three pen lithographs after C. Frommel. 60.8 x 43.8 cm; 67.4 x 47.2 cm; 61.3 x 48.1 cm. „Nach der Natur gezeichnet v. C. Frommel 1815 / Auf Stein übergezeichnet v. P. Wagner 1822.“ Winkler 900, 8–10.

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