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 SCHREUDER, BERNARD,, Drunken farmer in an inn
SCHREUDER, BERNARD,
Drunken farmer in an inn
A sleeping drunkard holding a jug on a stool, leaning against a wall. In the background a table with men drinking.Printdrawing on laid paper (printdrawing is a graphic technique that resembles drawing, and uses combinations of etching, roulette, stipple engraving, and aquatint to accomplish this), sheet size 157 x 193 mm., made by Bernard Schreuder (c. 1745-1780) after Adriaen Brouwer (1605-1638), and published by Cornelis Ploos van Amstel (1726-1798) in 1775. Ploos van Amstel was an avid collector of Dutch drawings, and is credited with inventing the technique of printdrawing. Schreuder worked in the printing house of Ploos van Amstel.In good condition, cropped to the image edge (as always, but lacking the original support). Damage and minimal paper loss in the top right corner.Reference: Laurentius 25.
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 SCHREUDER, BERNARD,, Kitchen interior with two women near a bassinet
SCHREUDER, BERNARD,
Kitchen interior with two women near a bassinet
Two seated women with a cradle near by in a kitchen.Printdrawing on laid paper (printdrawing is a graphic technique that resembles drawing, and uses combinations of etching, roulette, stipple engraving, and aquatint to accomplish this), sheet size 166 x 179 mm., made by Bernard Schreuder (c. 1745-1780) after Cornelis Bega (1631/32-1664), and published by Cornelis Ploos van Amstel (1726-1798) in 1772. Ploos van Amstel was an avid collector of Dutch drawings, and is credited with inventing the technique of printdrawing. Schreuder worked in the printing house of Ploos van Amstel.In good condition, cropped to the image edge (as always, but lacking the original support). All four corners with small tears or minimal paper loss (from removing support). The collection mark of Cornelis Ploos van Amstel (Lugt 2725) stamped on the verso.Reference: Laurentius 42 (iii/3).
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Serwouters, Pieter (1586-1657)
Peasants feasting and eating in an inn
An inn with feasting peasants. People drinking, eating and dancing around an L-shaped table. On the left group dancing at the music played by the violinist. Illustration for: Gerbrand Adriaensz Bredero. 'Boertigh, amoreus, en aendachtigh groot lied-boeck'. Amsterdam: voor C.L. vander Plasse, 1622. Four lines of Dutch text on the bottom: 'Wil sal... mesken uijt'.l Engraving on paper, trimmed within platemark, pasted on thicker paper; total: 125 x 160 mm; evenly yellowed paper, stain on the bottom right; only state; Hollstein 44
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 STOOP, DIRK,, Prancing horse near a stable
STOOP, DIRK,
Prancing horse near a stable
Outside a stable, a horse with rider rears, while a second and third horse are exiting the stables. A dog scratches behind it's ear in the foreground.Etching on hand laid paper, sheet size 191 x 147 mm., etching by Dirk Stoop (c. 1610-1686) after his own design, signed in the plate and dated 1651. This is the first print from a series of twelve featuring horses.In good condition, cropped within platemark, some faint foxing (mostly visible in the left edge).References: Hollstein 108: 1 v/5; Bartsch 1; Dutuit 1.
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 SURUGUE, LOUIS,, La fileuse Flamande
SURUGUE, LOUIS,
La fileuse Flamande
A woman seated at a spinning wheel in a side room of an inn, several drinkers near a hearth in the background. Etching and engraving on hand laid paper, sheet size 509 x 409 mm., platemark 466 x 364 mm. Made by Louis Surugue (1686-ca. 1762) after David Teniers II (1610-1690), and published by Surugue in Paris in 1749.Two dampstains in the lower right margin corner, one extending slightly into the image area. A pinprick hole near the spinning wheel. Still a very nice impression with ample margins.References: Le Blanc 3.615, nr. 35.
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 Surugue, Louis (1686-1762) after Pater, Jean-Baptiste (1695-1736), Ragotin retire du coffre ou la Servante l'avoit enferme.
Surugue, Louis (1686-1762) after Pater, Jean-Baptiste (1695-1736)
Ragotin retire du coffre ou la Servante l'avoit enferme.
A scene from Scarron's 'Le Roman Comique' (book II, chapter 7): in a bedroom with canopy bed and tapestry on the wall, people freeing a man from the chest he was locked into. From of a set of sixteen plates representing scenes from Scarron's 'Roman Comique', engraved by Gťrard Scotin, BenoÓt Audran, Edme Jeaurat, Louis and Pierre Louis Surugue, and Bernard Lťpiciť, after Jean Baptiste Pater and Jacques Dumont c.1730/35. Titled on the bottom, with address 'a Paris chez L. Surugue rŁe des Noyers vis-a-vis le mur de St. Yves. avec Privilege du Roy'. Theaterstuk.l Etching and engraving on paper, trimmed to plate mark; total: 304 x 384 mm; mounted on another brown sheet of paper, however this mounting has caused a small damage on the top left region of the print. Smudges and damages - tears - also along the other margins; Le Blanc 1854-89 82
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 Velde, Jan van de II (c.1593-1641), Amenissimae aliquot regiunculae... [Set frontispiece]/Frontispice van boek met 26 landschapsetsen.
Velde, Jan van de II (c.1593-1641)
Amenissimae aliquot regiunculae... [Set frontispiece]/Frontispice van boek met 26 landschapsetsen.
Frontispiece to a set of 26 etchings with various landscapes. Plates were reworked over time. An old city gate at the center with two figures walking towards the opening; 'the city walls have crumbled to the point that the portal seems superfluous, merely signifying a liminal boundary to the landscape beyond'. The title, on the top of the gate, reads: 'AMENISSIMAE ALIQUOT REGIUNCULAE, A / I. VELDIO DELINEATAE, ET A NICOLAO IO: / HANNIS PISCATORE IN LUCEM AEDITAE.' 'The text/image juxtaposition may be intended as a play on the words "amoenus" (pleasant) and "estra moenia" (outside the walls) or "a/ab moenia" (from the walls), where one finds such pleasant places.' [quotations from Robert Fucci, 'Arcadia Unbound: Early Dutch landscape prints and the Amenissimae aliquot reginculae of 1616 by Jan van de Velde II', in Art in Print, vol 4, nr. 5 (2015), p. 4]. Signed at bottom: 'CJVisscher excudebat'; on the top of the door: 'Eerste Deel'. From the collection of Giuseppe Storck (1766-1836) [L.2318]: 'G. Storck a Milano 1798. / In St.o 4572. No. 12 (16 crossed over) s2'.l Etching on paper, trimmed within plate; total: 130 x 197, state II/4; evenly yellowed paper, notes in pencil and pen and brown ink on the verso; Hollstein 232, Fr. 271.
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 Velde, Jan van de II (c.1593-1641), Dilapidated church-tower surrounded by houses [Set title: Amenissimae aliquot regiunculae... (4th volume)]/Kerktoren met huizen.
Velde, Jan van de II (c.1593-1641)
Dilapidated church-tower surrounded by houses [Set title: Amenissimae aliquot regiunculae... (4th volume)]/Kerktoren met huizen.
Dilapidated church-tower surrounded by houses; two monks walking towards the tower and two others sitting beside a ruin. A city in the left background. Numbered "26" beside the sitting monks. l Etching on paper, trimmed to plate mark, total: 124 x 190 mm, state I/4; weak corners, some repaired, tears on the top and left margins; some pencil scribblings on the verso; Hollstein 275, Fr. 314.
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 Velde, Jan van de II (c.1593-1641), Farm built against a square tower [Set title: Amenissimae aliquot regiunculae...]/Boerderij met vierkante toren.
Velde, Jan van de II (c.1593-1641)
Farm built against a square tower [Set title: Amenissimae aliquot regiunculae...]/Boerderij met vierkante toren.
A print showing a farm built against a square tower; figures in the foreground left. Numbered at the bottom and at the top, '11' and '2' respectively. l Etching on paper, with some margins; plate mark: 135 x 198 mm, total: 147 x 210 mm, state II/3; 'Pro Patria watermark'; Hollstein 254, Fr. 293.
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 Velde, Jan van de II (c.1593-1641), Farm along a country road [Set title: Amenissimae aliquot regiunculae... (4th volume)].
Velde, Jan van de II (c.1593-1641)
Farm along a country road [Set title: Amenissimae aliquot regiunculae... (4th volume)].
Farm along a country road; small stone bridge in the front, three men on the path on the right. Numbered on the bottom and top right, '2' and '4' respectively. The number '95' has been added at the bottom, center. l Etching on paper, with some margin; plate mark: 123 x 190, total: 136 x 203 mm, state II/4; in great condition; Hollstein 269, Fr. 308.
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 Velde, Jan van de II (c.1593-1641), Farmyard with inhabited ruins [Set title: Amenissimae aliquot regiunculae...] Boerderij met bewoonde ruines.
Velde, Jan van de II (c.1593-1641)
Farmyard with inhabited ruins [Set title: Amenissimae aliquot regiunculae...] Boerderij met bewoonde ruines.
A print representing a landscape with inhabited ruins of a house on the right. A woman walking with a child by the hand, seen from behind, walking both towards the house. Not yet numbered. First half seventeenth century. l Etching on paper, with some margins; plate mark: 122 x 188 mm, total: 178 x 257 mm, state I/2; Hollstein 260, Fr. 299.
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Venne, Adriaen van de (1589-1662)
J. Cats Self-stryt. Dat is onderlinge worstelinge van goede ende quade ghedachten. Van nieuws vermeedert en verbetert. MILITAT OMNIS HOMO.
Frontispiece to a volume from a collection of works by Jacob Cats. Although the plate is not signed, it might be designed by Adriaen van de Venne. A man stands at the center of the composition, invested by a ray of light, while in the background a woman is holding a man by he cloack and tying to drag him to bed. The title suggests the struggle a man has to deal with between the good and the evil throughout life. l Etching, engraving and letterpress on paper; plate mark: 175 x 156 mm, total: 396 x 264 mm; some light foxing whithin passepartout frame, otherwise in very good codition.
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Verkolje, Jan I (1650-1693) after Ochtervelt, Jacob (1634-1682)
Cavalier and girl in a niche
Cavalier holding a glass of wine smiling at a girl pouring some water (?) from a window. Signed on the bottom: 'OchterVelt pinx: A. 1685 / J. Verkolje fec: et Exc:'. the original painting is Zollikon, near Zurich (see S. Donahune Kuretsky, The paintings of Jacob Ochtervelt (1634-1682), Oxford 1979, p. 90-91, no. 89, fig. 73)l Mezzotint on paper, trimmed within plate mark and mounted on laid paper; total: 315 x 251 mm; traces of foldins, some rust spot on the left and some along the foldings (face of the woman); only state; Hollstein 16; Wess 44; Wurzbach 44
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 VISSCHER, CORNELIS,, Roma mother with three children
VISSCHER, CORNELIS,
Roma mother with three children
Caption: 'Spondeo divitius pauper [...] verba dedissi'Etching and engraving on laid paper, sheet size 317 x 375 mm., platemark 314 x 373 mm. Made by Cornelis Visscher after his own design, and published by Clement de Jonghe in Amsterdam, ca. 1650.A Roma mother feeds her newborn in a hilly forest landscape. A second child on her back is crying, while the third child stands beside her with a pot and spoon. Three other figures and a dog to the left, a dense forest to the right. In very good condition, cropped close to the platemark. Slight browning in the corners, but the image clean and fresh. References: Hollstein 49 (5/V); Smith 44
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 Vliet, Johannes van (fl. 1628-1637), Cloth-shearers (doek-scheerders) [set: Crafts and trades].
Vliet, Johannes van (fl. 1628-1637)
Cloth-shearers (doek-scheerders) [set: Crafts and trades].
Two cloth shearers in a workshop, working at the light of a candle; The tools of the craft hang in the room. From the set 'Crafts and trades'. l Etching on laid paper, with some margins; plate mark: 210 x 162 mm, total: 218 x 169 mm; state II/2, Hollstein 45, Bartsch 45; in very good condition.
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