Antiquariaat Goltzius: Mythology
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Romulus on his throne
(Probably: Georg Balthasar Probst, Augsburg) ca. 1750-1800 275 x 434 mm Engraving, watercolour (on the back) Romulus in zijn Koninklijke pracht The plate is slightly browned. Overall state good for an illuminated print. l An illuminated optical view of Romulus (according to the note on the back) on his throne. Romulus sits in the center of a highly decorated room. Soldiers are arranged on both sides. It looks as is Romulus is settling a dispute between two parties. Beautif
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Book number: 61183
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La Venus, sixiéme Planete, et son influxion (mirrored)
Georg Balthasar Probst, Augsburg ca. 1750-1800 379 x 482 mm (plate: 324 x 430 mm) Engraving, watercolour 226. Venus, Sexta inter planetas, ejusque influential; La Venus, sixiťme Planete, et son influxion; La Venere, sesto Pianeta, e'l suo inFlusso; Die Venus, Sechste Planet, und dessen Einfluss; Med. Fol. No. 55; Cum Gratia et Privilegio Sac; Caes: Majestatis; Georg Balthasar Probst, excud. A.V. Folded margin on the left. Scuffed edges and small stain in the margin. Plate itself is in good state. l Venus, the sixth planet of influence. In the top center Venus (in this print a personification of the planet Venus) sits on the clouds with cupid by her side, surrounded by four zodiac signs. In the garden underneath Venus an allegorical scene is portraye
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 Bartolozzi, Francesco (1727-1815) after Cignani, Carlo (1628-1719), Satyrs making music (satyrs maken muziek).
Bartolozzi, Francesco (1727-1815) after Cignani, Carlo (1628-1719)
Satyrs making music (satyrs maken muziek).
A satyr on the left playing on a wind instrument, a child and a young satyr playing a tambourine and a panpipe respectively. Another figure standing on the left with a hand resting on a vase. Signed at the bottom: 'Carlo Cignani inv' and address on the right: 'F. Bartolozzi sculp. in Londra'.l Engraving in brown ink on paper; trimmed to plate mark; plate mark: 220 x 273 mm, total: 225 x 277 mm; some smudges and dirt along the most external margins; watermark.
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Book number: 63124
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Clouwet, Peter (1629-1670) after Quellinus, Erasums (1607-1678)
OBRAS DE LORENZO GRACIAN. (Tomo II)
Engraved frontispiece to the second volume of a collection of works by Baltasar GraciŠn y Morales (1601-1658), known as Baltasar GraciŠn. The author was a Spanish Jesuit and baroque prose writer and philosopher. Before a niche seven characters surround a stone on which the title of the collection is engraved: 'OBRAS / DE / LORENZO / GRACIAN. / Tomo II.' Among these figures are Athena on the left, Mars, Justice and Rebecca with the camel. In the foreground the three ages of men. Signed on the bottom left: 'E. Quelinus delin. P. Clouwet sculp.' address of the publisher and year follow: 'En AMBERES, en casa de Geronijmo ij Iuanbautista Verdussen, 1669' l Engraving on paper, mounted on thicker paper; trimmed to plate mark; total: 223 x 167 mm; traces of glue have surfaced, especially above on the left; traces of inked letters [AE or F] on the bottom left, probably due to the storing of the pages with fresh
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Book number: 61660
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 LEFEBRE, VALENTIN,, Jupiter and Juno
LEFEBRE, VALENTIN,
Jupiter and Juno
Oval etching on laid paper, by Valentin Lefebre after Paolo Veronese, published by Jacobus van Campen, from the 53-plate series 'Opera selectoria quae Titianus Vecellius [...] et Paulus Calliari Veronensis' from 1682 with beautiful reproductions of Paulo Veronese and Titian. Platemark 302 x 147 mm., sheet size 307 x 159 mm., in good condition, a small dampstain in the center of the image, a faint stain in the top left corner.Literature: Hollstein 1-53, only state.
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Book number: 69661
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Catalogue: Mythology

 LEFEBRE, VALENTIN,, Neptune
LEFEBRE, VALENTIN,
Neptune
Oval etching on laid paper, by Valentin Lefebre after Paolo Veronese, published by Jacobus van Campen, from the 53-plate series 'Opera selectoria quae Titianus Vecellius [...] et Paulus Calliari Veronensis' from 1682 with beautiful reproductions of Paulo Veronese and Titian. Neptune holding up a conch, in a chariot pulled by three marine horses. Platemark 294 x 149 mm., sheet size 301 x 157 mm., in very good condition.Literature: Hollstein 1-53, only state.
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Book number: 69663
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Catalogue: Mythology

 SMIDS, LUD.,, Pictura Loquens; sive Heroicarum tabularum Hadriani Schoonebeeck, Enarratio et Explicatio.
SMIDS, LUD.,
Pictura Loquens; sive Heroicarum tabularum Hadriani Schoonebeeck, Enarratio et Explicatio.
Amsterdam (Amstelaedami), Ex Officina Hadriani Schoonebeek, 1695, 8vo., full parchment spitsel binding with handwritten title on spine and sprinkled edges, [16]+240+[16] pp., margins around the frontispiece are damaged, there are some (water)stains, but otherwise in good condition, with 60 engravings (22, 24 and 59 show some handcolouring), an engraved frontispiece (Schoonebeek del et fec), an engraved printer's mark (Viresque Acquirit Eundo) and an engraved portrait (Labor Omnia Vincit). Schoonebeek (1661-1705), the illustrator and publisher, was a pupil of Romeyn de Hooghe. When leafing through this book one notices that a few pages feel thicker than others. On closer inspection it becomes clear that in this copy some illustrations were printed on the wrong page. This problem was solved by pasting the right illustration over the incorrectly placed illustration. In some places the corners curl up and the illustration underneath is partly visible. See pp. 11, 15, 99 and 103. With ex libris (De Lint), and - as noted in pencil - from the collection of Jelle Kaspersma and Alie Vinke (25 mei 2018).A beautifully illustrated book depicting among others the classical stories of Andromeda, Ariadne and Oedipus, as well as the stories of historical figures such as Hannibal and Marcus Antonius. First edition.
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Book number: 68498
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Catalogue: Mythology

 WANDELAAR, JAN,, Jason and Medea getting on board of the Argo
WANDELAAR, JAN,
Jason and Medea getting on board of the Argo
'Socio ditata labore': With the just vanquished dragon on the right, Jason and the Argonauts are preparing to take off with Medea and the Golden Fleece. Etching and engraving on hand laid paper, sheet size 243 x 156 mm., platemark 127 x 83 mm., made by Jan Wandelaar after his own design. This print was used as a title vignette in: Covens & Mortier's 'Atlas Nouveau, contenant toutes les parties du Monde [...]', Amsterdam : Covens & Mortier, 1742. However, there is printed text immediately above and below the image on the title page (and the page is a lot larger than here), so this may be a proof printing or separate printing of the plate used in that book.In excellent condition, minimal soiling in the lower left margin corner.
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Book number: 70164
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Catalogue: Mythology

 ZWEERTS, KORNELIS,, Zinryke dicht-kunst, Getrokken uit Homerus, Heziodus, Anakreon, Virgiligius, Ovidius, en andere Grieksche en Latynsche dichters. In Neêrduitsch dicht gebragt, toegpast en verklaart door Kornelis Zweerts. Met Kopere Platen verziert.
ZWEERTS, KORNELIS,
Zinryke dicht-kunst, Getrokken uit Homerus, Heziodus, Anakreon, Virgiligius, Ovidius, en andere Grieksche en Latynsche dichters. In Neêrduitsch dicht gebragt, toegpast en verklaart door Kornelis Zweerts. Met Kopere Platen verziert.
Amsterdam, Johannes van Leeuwen, 1712, 12mo., leather covered spine overlaid in full with decorative paper with an all over floral pattern, [10]+180 pp., some wear and tear (the decorative paper is worn on the hinges - where the leather underneath is now visible - and on the corners) and some waterstains, but the book has a solid construction and the printwork (including the engravings) is in good condition. Engraved titlepage (G. Schouten Fec.) preceding the typographical titlepage, woodcut vignette on titlepage, decorative initials, with 19 full page engravings (G. Schout del.)l A beautiful collection of classical stories about for instance Venus, FaŽton, Orfeus, Ifigenia and Eneas, richly decorated and each translated story is accompanied by an explanation.
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Book number: 65823
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