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after Rijn, Rembrandt van (1606-1669)
A man making water
A standing man with turban and backpack making water. Signed and dated on the bottom: 'Rembrendt (sic!) 1631'l Etching on paper with small margins; plate mark: 85 x 55 mm, total: 91 x 61 mm; in very good conditions New Hollstein 52, copy not included, Bartsch 190
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after Berchem, Nicolaes Pieterszoon (1620-1683) and Visscher, Cornelis II (1628/29-1658)
Shepherds and animals
Two etchings after Berchem and Cornelis Visscher: 'Landscape with woman seated surrounded by farm animals' and 'Resting place' where travellers rest beside a fountain. Compositions mirrored in respect to the originals, slightly larger including address of the publisher. Plates numbered above on the left: 'T.20' and in the middle: 'VIII', addresses at the bottom:'Negotium Caesarea Franciscae AA.LL. Academiae excudit / Cum Gratia et Privilegio S.C. Majestatis.' thus these paltes were issued in Augsburg in the second hlaf of the eighteenth century. l Etching and engraving on paper, trimmed to plate mark: total: 188 x 293 mm and 195 x 300 mm; damp stains and foxing, first plate paper rather cooked; both are not described in Hollstein.
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after Brouwer, Adriaen (1605/06-1638)
The village surgeon
Copy after a painting by Adriaen Brouwer at the Alte Pinakothek in München with some modifications. A village surgeon is operating on the arm of a patient sitting in an interior, assisted by another man standing behind doctor and patient. The engraver enlarged the scene on the bottom, making the foot of the patient visible, as it leans on the bottom of the chair he is sitting on. The shelf hanging on the right from the wall has been removed. In its place a bagpipe hangs and a recorder, from the original composition. l Engraving on paper, pasted on thick laid paper; total: 207 x 212 mm. Not in Hollstein.
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Unknown 19th-century artist (Spreen?)
Three men drinking and smoking outside in the forest round a barrel table
l Pen and brush in black and grey ink and grey wash on velin, 79 x 156 mm. Within brown ink border. Signed 'Spreen' (?) (Not in Thieme Becker) on lower left in brown ink, illegible annotations on lower right. Several small spots on verso, otherwise in outst
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 attr. Williams, Charles (fl. 1796-1830), The Wedding Night [satirical print].
attr. Williams, Charles (fl. 1796-1830)
The Wedding Night [satirical print].
Two young Quakers sit primly side by side in bed. The woman (left) holds her thumbs and fingers wide apart, the hands almost touching at the finger-tips. The man's thumbs are in the same position, but the fingers are interlaced. They sit squarely, their heads slightly turned, looking sideways at each other. He asks: "Beloved Ruth—shall We go to sleep—or how?" She answers: "Why Obidiah if the Spirit moveth us we will how first—and go to sleep afterwards." The treatment is decorative, the heads slightly caricatured, the necks thin and elongated. A white tufted coverlet forms the base of the design, which is framed by curtains. Further inscription on the bottom: 'Among words which signify the same pr... ideas / some are clean & decent, others unclean some chaste / other obscene'; 'Talk not to a Lady in a way that modesty will not permit her to answer', the latter sentence from Samuel Richardson's 'Clarissa'.l Hand colored etching on paper with margins; plate mark: 246 x 325 mm, total: 266 x 348 mm; some slight damages along the most external margin, otherwise very charming print.
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Backhuizen, Ludolf (1631-1708)
Pick-nick at the sea (Set of ten sea views)
A company sitting by the sea and enjoying a pick-nick. Ships on the right, cloudy sky. From a set of ten seascapes, probably nr. 2. Signed on the bottom: 'L. Backhuizen fec: et exc: cum Privil: ord: Holland et West Frisia'; monogrammed in the middle: 'L. B' and dated on the bottom right, within the loop of the anchor: '1701'in reverse. l Etching on laid paper, trimmed to plate mark; total: 178 x 242 mm; state III/3; some slight soil especially along the upper margin to the right, on the verso traces of previous mountings; very fine impression; Hollstein 2, Bartsch 2
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Catalogue: Genre scene

 
Baillie, William (1723-1810) after Dou, Gerard (1613-1675)
Interior with four people
Two men and a woman around a table by candle light, one of the men is teasing the woman who is asleep. Another young woman approaching from nextdoor holding a jug. Inscribed at the bottom: 'From the Original Picture by G.d Dou in the Possession of W.m Baillie Esqr. / Publish'd 1st Jan.ry 1774' signed on the bottom right: 'WBaillie fecit'. In our collection also a version in red. l Mezzotint on paper, with small margins; plate mark: 354 x 256 mm, total: 366 x 260 mm; some minor mold traces otherwise in very good condition.
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Bega, Cornelis (1632-1664)
The peasant lighting his pipe
A man seated at a table lighting his pipe, he is turned to the left and seen to level of his knees; second state with border linel Etching on paper trimmed to plate mark; total: 93 x 82 mm; state II/4; rather cooked paper, smudges along the margins, small tear on the left margin; Hollstein 20; Bartsch 20; Dutuit 20
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Bloemaert, Frederik (1614/17-1690) after Bloemaert, Abraham (1566-1651)
A peasant with a basket resting on a tree-trunck
A peasant with a basket resting on a tree-trunck. Ruine of a farmer hous in the center. Signed on the bottom left: 'A. Bloemaert inve:' l Engraving on paper, trimmed to plate mark; total: 162 x 211mm; three out of four corners are missing, otherwise neat impression; in passepartout; Hollstein 94-213
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 Brussel, Hermanus van (1763-1815), Landscape with a carriage in front of some cottages at left, several figures around the carriage.
Brussel, Hermanus van (1763-1815)
Landscape with a carriage in front of some cottages at left, several figures around the carriage.
Good impression, clear and bright. some staining on the edges, Hermanus van Brussel was a painter and etcher, working in Haarlem and Utrecht. Trained as publisher, but entered St Luke Guild in 1797. 1796-1810 director of Academy of Haarlem ('Teekenacademie'); 1810 moved to Utrecht where he made at least one etching. Painted mainly landscapes; sixty etchings of which forty-five landscapes (none dated, few initialled); also designer and painter of theatre sets.l Etching on paper with broad margins, 1802-1810, Sliggers 27, 3rd state of 3. Some staining in the marges.
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 Brussel, Hermanus van (1763-1815), Two peasants in front of farm next to a river.
Brussel, Hermanus van (1763-1815)
Two peasants in front of farm next to a river.
Two peasants in front of farm next to a river; good impression, clear and bright. some staining on the edges, Painter and etcher, working in Haarlem and Utrecht. Trained as publisher, but entered St Luke Guild in 1797. 1796-1810 director of Academy of Haarlem ('Teekenacademie'); 1810 moved to Utrecht where he made at least one etching. Painted mainly landscapes; sixty etchings of which forty-five landscapes (none dated, few initialled); also designer and painter of theatre sets.l Etching on paper with broad margins;
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Claussin, Ignace Joseph de (chevalier) (1766/95-1844) after Ostade, Adriaen van (1616-1685)
Merry men at a window
Five man at a window still, drinking and smoking. Signed on bottom: 'Ostade p. / C. Closin s.' possibly from a publication, since the plate is numbered on top left: 'Pl. 4'; 19th century paperl Etching on paper, trimmed to plate mark; total: 294 x 249; cooked paper, some damp stains and traces of previous mountings on verso.
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Danckerts, Dancker (1634-1666); Vliet, Johannes van (fl. 1628-1637); after Rijn, Rebrandt van (1606-1669)
Old woman reading (Prophetess Anna?)
Old woman reading from a book. Etching after the painting by Rembrandt at the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam (A3066). Signed on the top right:'RH, van Rijn inventor, / JG van vliet fecit.' RH and JG respectively entwined; on the bottom right:'Dancker Danc: / kertz Excud'.l Etching on paper, broad margins, outstanding conditions; platemark: 280 x 226 mm; total: 320 x 257 mm. State III/3; Hollstein 18 (van Vliet, p. 161). PG013
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Danckerts, Dancker (1634-1666), after Berchem, Nicolaes Pieterszoon (1620-1683)
Shepherds in a landscape with ruins
Shepherd playing a transverse flute while riding a cow. Shepherdess walking close to him, dancing on the notes he plays. Stream of water in the center towards the back. Ruines on the left, a dog on the right. On the background mountains. Signed lower left corner:'C Berghem Inventor'(C and B interwined); lettered in the center:'t' Amsterdam, by Clement de Jonge in de Calverstraet ub de gekroonde konst en kaertwinckel'; signed on the right:'Dancker Danckerts fecit'. l Etching on paper; restored and pasted on other paper, passpartout; foxing and dirt along the borders; slight signs of folding in the center. Total (passparout): 319 x 403 mm; state II/3. Hollstein (Cornelisz. - Dou), p. 128, nr. 12. From the collection va
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 DINGEMANS, WAALKO JANS,, Farmer at work
DINGEMANS, WAALKO JANS,
Farmer at work
A farmer with a bale of hay and a scythe over his shoulder walks to the right carrying a jug.Etching and drypoint on wove paper. Sheet size 260 x 171 mm., platemark 178 x 139 mm. Signed WJDingemans and dated 1891 in the plate lower right, and signed in pencil lower right.Waalko Jans Dingemans (I) (Lochem 1873 - 1925 Haarlem) was a Dutch graphic artist, painter and watercolorist. His son, Waalko Jans Dingemans (II) also became an artist.In good condition, although with quite soiled margins. The image is quite clean and a nice deep impression.
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