Antiquariaat Goltzius: Amsterdam Theater
found: 10 books

 
Barbiers, Pieter I (1717-1780), Vinkeles, Reinier (1741-1816)
DE KLOOSTER-KAPEL Vergun my dezen troost, in zoo veel zwaerigheden, Dat ik uw leven bherge: o vader; dat ik heden Onschuldig bly ven magh aan uwer aller bloet.
Stage setting of Amsterdam theater representing a Church of a Cloister. Titled at the bottom in Dutch and French:'DE KLOOSTER-KAPEL / Vergun my dezen troost, in zoo veel zwaerigheden, / Dat ik uw leven bherge: o vader; dat ik heden / Onschuldig bly ven magh aan uwer aller bloet. // LA CHAPELLE. / Rends toi digne Viellard & permets que mon bras, / l'Ennemi va venir: barbare & implacable, / Il veut soiller ee lieu d'un maasacre effroyable'. Signed on the bottom left: 'P. Barbiers inv. et pinx. 1774' and to the right:'R. Vinkeles del. et figur inv. et del. R. et N. Vinkeles sculp. 1776'. On the bottom:'TE AMSTERDAM by JOHANNES SMIT en ZOON, met Privilegie'l Engraving on paper; platemark: 360 x 423 mm, total: 431 x 575 mm PT01(Amsterdam)
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Book number: 60166
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Bulthuis, Jan (1750-1801) after Waldorp, Jan Gerard (1740-1808) published by Smit, Jan (1726-1807)
[The little street of Amsterdam]
First state of the etching representing the theater decoration with the little street of Amsterdam. Houses on the left and on the right and in the background a small bridge. On the right, on the left and in the foreground the public enjoying the play. In front of the stage the musicians. l Etching on paper, single plate; trimmed close to platemark; platemark: 334 x 418 mm, total: 340 x 426 mm; first state (proefdruck?) before lettering
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Book number: 60198
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Giraud, Alphonse Pierre (1786-1863)
SCHOUWBURG
Prospect of a theater, from the plan to the prospect of the stage. Some details have been added in pen, these modifying the title into 'Nieuwe SCHOUWBURG voor Amsterdam'. The plate is signed and dated on the bottom right: 'Grav par Giraud a Amsterdam jul 1826 l Etching and dry point on paper with margins; platemark: 224 x 320 mm, total: 264 x 355 mm; traces of foldings and some dirt on the bottom right corner. PT01(Amsterdam)
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Book number: 60200
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Smit, Jan II (fl. 1741-1748)
De Nieuwe Tuin (Amsterdam Theater Decorations, series of 12 plates)
The stage of the Amsterdam Theater with a representation of the so called 'New Garden'. Lettered on the bottom:'De Nieuwe Tuin. De Schrandere Agatha, op dat zy wys belette Dat Govert haar, in spyt van Eelhart, neem ten echt, Veinst, stelt zich zinloos aan en danst een Scarmousette. De Liefde is altijd juist zo zot niet als men zegt.' Realized with three plates: one of the stage, another for the proscenium arch, public and orchestra and a third for the text on the bottom. The second plate is signed:'Te Amsterdam by J. SMIT met Privilegie'l Etching on paper with margins; internal plate: 149 x 270 ca. (irregular border); framing plate: 304 x 452 mm; third plate: 42 x 353 mm; total: 430 x 565mm; top right margin folded
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Book number: 60196
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Smit, Jan II (fl. 1741-1748)
Zonnehof(Amsterdam Theater Decorations, series of 12 plates)
The stage of the Amsterdam Theater with a representation of the the four elements. Lettered on the bottom:''t Paleis van Febs blinkt voor 't oog met niewen glans. Vr, Water, Aarde en Lcht geraaken aan den Dans. De Morgenstond en 't Jaar, die hnne stemmen paaren, Verwekken vreugde in 't hart, bij galm van wind en snaaren.' Realized with three plates: one of the stage, another for the proscenium arch, public and orchestra and a third for the text on the bottom. The second plate is signed:'Te Amsterdam by J. SMIT met Privilegie'l Etching on paper with margins; internal plate: 149 x 270 ca. (irregular border); framing plate: 304 x 452 mm; third plate: 42 x 353 mm; total: 430 x 564 mm
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Book number: 60194
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Witte, Jacob Eduard de (1738-1809), Vinkeles, Reinier (1741-1816), Vinkeles, Hermanus (1745-1804)
BEELEDWERK BOVEN DE LYST DER ZYGEVELD. [Afbeeldingen van den Schouwburg te Amsterdam, series title]
Design of the Amsterdam Theater: sculpture design for the framing of the back side of the theater. Signed on the bottom left:'J. E. de Witte, invent.' on the bottom right:'Vinkeles sculp. 1774'l Etching and engraving on paper with margins; platemark: 333 x 512 mm, total: 363 x 526 mm PT01(Amsterdam)
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Book number: 60176
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Witte, Jacob Eduard de (1738-1809), Vinkeles, Reinier (1741-1816), Vinkeles, Hermanus (1745-1804)
Dedication [Afbeeldingen van den Schouwburg te Amsterdam, series title]
Dedication to the mayors, former mayors and councils of the city of Amsterdam to the series of prints with fourteen plates of the new theater in Amsterdam, 1774/1775. List of names at the top of the coat of arms of Amsterdam.l Etching and engraving on paper broad margins; platemark: 333 x 255 mm, total: 374 x 481 mm PT01(Amsterdam)
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Book number: 60170
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Witte, Jacob Eduard de (1738-1809), Vinkeles, Reinier (1741-1816), Vinkeles, Hermanus (1745-1804)
DE EERSTE PLATTEGROND. [Afbeeldingen van den Schouwburg te Amsterdam, series title]
Design of the Amsterdam Theater: plan of the theater (map with the organization of the various spaces). Signed on the bottom left:'J. E. de Witte, invent.' on the bottom right:'Vinkeles sculp. 1774'l Etching and engraving on paper with margins; platemark: 332 x 510 mm, total: 373 x 533 mm; traces of a stain above on the left. PT01(Amsterdam)
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Book number: 60178
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Witte, Jacob Eduard de (1738-1809), Vinkeles, Reinier (1741-1816), Vinkeles, Hermanus (1745-1804)
HET TOONEEL VAN VOOREN, EN DE ZYGEVELD. [Afbeeldingen van den Schouwburg te Amsterdam, series title]
Design of the Amsterdam Theater: view from the stalls area towards the stage with representation of the Don Quichote; on the right the theater from the back. Signed on the bottom left:'J. E. de Witte, invent.' on the bottom right:'Vinkeles sculp. 1774'l Etching and engraving on paper with margins; platemark: 335 x 512 mm, total: 382 x 545 mm PT01(Amsterdam)
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Book number: 60174
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Witte, Jacob Eduard de (1738-1809), Vinkeles, Reinier (1741-1816), Vinkeles, Hermanus (1745-1804)
DE TWEEDE PLATTEGROND. [Afbeeldingen van den Schouwburg te Amsterdam, series title]
Design of the plan of the Amsterdam Theater. Signed on the bottom left:'J. E. de Witte, invent.' on the bottom right:'Vinkeles sculp. 1774'l Etching and engraving on paper with broad margins; platemark: 330 x 506 mm, total: 375 x 525 mm PT01(Amsterdam)
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Book number: 60172
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