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 MARE, PIETER DE (1757-1796),, Two mothers with three girls
MARE, PIETER DE (1757-1796),
Two mothers with three girls
Two standing women, one with a basket, the other holding a baby, flanked by two other children.Handcoloured etching on hand laid paper, sheet size 118 x 215 mm., platemark 92 x 95 mm., made by Pieter de Mare (1758-1796) after Christina Chalon (1749-1808). Illustration from: Johannes Le Francq van Berkhey: 'Zinspelende gedigtjes, op de geestige printjes ge-etst door Pieter de Mare, na de teekeningen van mejuffrouw Christina Chalon, berustende in de verzameling van [...] H.A. Dibbets', Amsterdam: Willem van Vliet, 1793.In very good condition, margin edges faintly discoloured, a vertical crease just left of the platemark.
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 MARE, PIETER DE (1757-1796),, Woman cleaning a barrel
MARE, PIETER DE (1757-1796),
Woman cleaning a barrel
Handcoloured etching on hand laid paper, sheet size 115 x 215 mm., platemark 67 x 97 mm., made by Pieter de Mare (1758-1796) after Christina Chalon (1749-1808). Illustration from: Johannes Le Francq van Berkhey: 'Zinspelende gedigtjes, op de geestige printjes ge-etst door Pieter de Mare, na de teekeningen van mejuffrouw Christina Chalon, berustende in de verzameling van [...] H.A. Dibbets', Amsterdam: Willem van Vliet, 1793.In very good condition.
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 MARE, PIETER DE (1757-1796),, Woman with four children
MARE, PIETER DE (1757-1796),
Woman with four children
A standing woman surrounded by four children of different ages.Handcoloured etching on hand laid paper, sheet size 118 x 215 mm., platemark 101 x 129 mm., made by Pieter de Mare (1758-1796) after Christina Chalon (1749-1808). Illustration from: Johannes Le Francq van Berkhey: 'Zinspelende gedigtjes, op de geestige printjes ge-etst door Pieter de Mare, na de teekeningen van mejuffrouw Christina Chalon, berustende in de verzameling van [...] H.A. Dibbets', Amsterdam: Willem van Vliet, 1793. This print, number 26, illustrates a poem on page 22.In good condition, a vertical crease in the image, and another just beside the image. Lower margin soiled and with a small stain, left edge uneven from binding.
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 Unknown master, Peasants in an inn (boeren in een herberg).
Unknown master
Peasants in an inn (boeren in een herberg).
Peasants in an inn, dancing by the sound of a transverse flute. A print hanging on the wall in the background. l Engraving on paper, trimmed within plate; total: 184 x 244 mm; on verso damages repaired, traces of previous mounting, scribbles in pencil.
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 NIJLAND, DIRK HIDDE,, The Sleeper
NIJLAND, DIRK HIDDE,
The Sleeper
A fisherman in clogs sleeping on a bench on the side of a boat. A second sailing vessel in the background.Woodcut on Japanese paper, sheet size 343 x 293 mm., image size c. 217 x 228 mm. Monogrammed lower right. Made by Dirk Hidde Nijland and published in the Houtsnedenummer (Woodcut issue) of the famous periodical Wendingen in 1919 (year 2, nr. 7/8). It was printed by De Volharding and published by De Hooge Brug.Dirk Hidde Nijland (Dordrecht 1881 - 1955 Bloemendaal) was a Dutch artist who was active from c. 1900 to 1950. He was a painter, graphic artist, ceramist and draughtsperson. In 1950 he contracted an eye disease which forced him to stop painting. In good condition, the left edge folded over. A diagonal crease in the right side of the image. Some more creases in the delicate sheet edges.
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Nolpe, Pieter (1613/14-1652/53), after Quast, Pieter Jansz. (1605/6-1647)
Scene from "'t Boeren leven" (The peasant's life)
An old peasant stands by a wooden barrel with a earthenware jug, emptying a pipe on the barrel. Before 1653. In ornamental frame. Signed on the lower right corner:"PNolpe fecit". 'HET BOERENLEVEN In een bijna ronde schulpvormige cartouche staat een man van voren gezien, met een pelsmuts op, rechts achterwaarts van een ton, waarop hij met de rechtenhand zijn pijpje neerlegt; met de linker brengt hij een grooten kroes naar zijn mond. Op de ton liggen papieren. De cartouche snijdt de voorstelling onderdaan halverwege af. In den rechter benedenhoek der plaat: PNolpe fecit.' Mr. Ch. M. Dozy, Pieter Nolpe (1613/14-1652/53), in Oud Holland 15 (1897), p. 232-233, nr. 216 l Etching and engraving on paper, no margins: total 93 x 116 mm; slight foxing. PG013
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 Ossenbeeck, Jan (1623-1674), La Cafarella; Prospetto e veduto a Cafarelle fuoro di Porte S. Sebastiano a Roma.
Ossenbeeck, Jan (1623-1674)
La Cafarella; Prospetto e veduto a Cafarelle fuoro di Porte S. Sebastiano a Roma.
La Cafarella, a festival near the grotto of Egeria in Rome. Titled and signed at bottom: 'Prospetto e veduto a Cafarelle fuoro di Porte S. Sebastiano a Roma. I. Ossenbeeck invent. et fecit.'. Characters making music, drinking and feasting. On verso collector's marks: F.C.Th. baron of Isendoorn Š Blois (L.2610), Rijksprentkabinet, Rijksmuseum Amsterdam (L.699), Rijksprentkabinet, Leiden (L. 700b), Pim van Eekelen (Amsterdam 1923-1984), L.5101.l Etching on paper with some margins, on modern paper; plate mark: 147 x 334 mm, total: 155 x 341 mm; state II/2, Hollstein 25, Bartsch 25, Wurzbach 25.
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Ostade, Adriaen van (1616-1685)
The singers at the window
Three men leaning against a window, another man further on the background. The man on the right holding a piece of paper from which he is singing (or reading aloud), while the man on the left is holding a candlestick and possibly keeping the tempo with his left hand. Signed on the bottom right: 'A.v.Ostade fecit et excud.' On the verso collectors'marks of Heinz Fleisher (L.4578) and another unidentified mark l Etching on paper with small margins, bottom magin cut within plate mark; total: 240 x 193 mm; state VII/7; Hollstein 19, Bartsch 19; in outstanding conditions, some traces of previous mountings on the verso
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Possemiers, Adriaen (fl. 1676-1685); after Teniers II, David (1610-1690)
Two peasants in an interior
In an interior of an inn a peasant man seated at a table and smoking a pipe while holding a glass. To the right a jug is resting on the table. Behind the man a woma is holding a glass. Signed on the bottom: 'D. Teniers Pinx. Adr Possemiers ex. A gand' l Engraving on paper, with small margins; platemark: 197 x 135 mm; total 210 x 148 mm; small damage on the wrist of the man. Pasted on larger sheet on the upper margin. PG013
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 PRINS, JOHANNES HUIBERT,, The Happy Mother
PRINS, JOHANNES HUIBERT,
The Happy Mother
Kitchen interior with a mother seated beside a toddler in a high chair, and an older child to the side. The mother is in the process of preparing a duck for cooking.Etching on laid paper, sheet size 187 x 238 mm., platemark 183 x 236 mm., by Johannes Huibert Prins (The Hague 1757-1806 Utrecht) after his own design. In good condition, lower edge cropped within platemark. Some soiling in the right margin, a dampstain lower right corner (slightly affecting the image), and two faint stains in the lower edge. An unidentified collection mark (Lugt 4438) stamped on the verso.References: Hippert & Linnig ii.802: 1; Leblanc iii.255: 5; Wurzbach 5; 2nd state of 2.
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Remmers, Pieter (1744- after 1810) (attributed to)
The quack
Scene with a quack trying to sell his wares to several bystanders, a sick man lying on the ground next to him. A small market, houses and a church tower in the background. The group of figures is loosely inspired by the etching 'the quack' (1648) by Adriaen van Ostade (1610-1685).l Pen and brown ink and watercolours on velin, 252 x 252 mm. Within brown ink border. Top edge pasted on mount, small tear in upper left corner and left edge, otherwise in very good condition.
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Ruisdael, Jacob Isaacsz van (ca. 1628-1682)
Two farmers with their dog (The Great Beech)
On he bottom left two farmers walking with their dog. On the background and on the foreground on the right big trees and trunks of trees. Impressive etching, darker to enhance the foreground to the right and lighter on the left. Signed at the bottom within the plate: "Ruisdael f." l Etching on laid paper with margins; plate mark: 193 x 280 mm, total: 218 x 296 mm; state II/2 or 3 in outstanding conditions, despite small rust stain towards the bottom right; Hollstein 2 with smaller measures (probably the exemplars examined were trimme
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Savery, Salomon (1594-1678) after Quast, Pieter Jansz. (1605/6-1647)
Standing beggar before a village
Number seven of a set of ten plates with peasants and beggars in inhabited landscapes. Signed on the bottom:'R S. Savery' and numbered '7'.l Etching on paper, trimmed to platemark; remargined with laid paper; print: 137 x 89 mm; total: 237 x 178 mm; only state; Hollstein 90; M 2046A; van Stolk 2193
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 Scheits, Matthias (ca. 1640-1700), Peasants in front of an inn (boeren voor een herberg).
Scheits, Matthias (ca. 1640-1700)
Peasants in front of an inn (boeren voor een herberg).
Peasants gathered in front of an inn, making music and drinking. A cat on the opened window, a dog in the right foreground. l Etching and engraving on paper, trimmed to plate; total: 168 x 210 mm; thin paper, small tear towards the top, foxing and dirt, some mold on the right margin, especially on the bottom corner, however very interesting impression.
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 SCHMIDT, HEINRICH,, Crying man and woman outside a watermill
SCHMIDT, HEINRICH,
Crying man and woman outside a watermill
With a waterwheel in the background, a man and woman are seated at a table outside. She holds his hands while he weeps.Etching on wove paper, sheet size 118 x 173 mm., platemark 93 x 125 mm., made by Heinrich Schmidt (c. 1740-1812). In good condition, a dampstain in the lower third of the sheet, a crease in the lower left margin corner. One digit of an old annotation on the verso (inventory number?) is visible on the front.
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