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Due pecore e una capra accovacciate

A goat and two sheep resting, the central sheep seen from the rear, the goat at right and facing the viewer, a fence in background, a seated shepherd in left background; Third state of 3 with number 7 out of the line. Signed and dated in lower left corner: “K.D.I f / 1653”. A couple of stain and old restoring near the upper left corner. Otherwise good condition. [cod.975/15]

  • Author: DUJARDIN Carel
  • Year: 1653
  • Dimension: 132 x 138 mm

 120,00

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Due Soldati

Very fine etching with drypoint by Salvator Rosa from the famous series “Figurine”. In perfect condition with margins. [cod.976/15]

  • Author: ROSA Salvator
  • Year: 1656 – 1658
  • Dimension: 92 x 143 mm

 250,00

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Giovanni de’ Medici defeated in Parma

A very fine copper engraved view by H. Goltzius showing Giovanni de’ Medici defeated in Parma. Two armies fighting on a field in the foreground near Parma (visible in background).

  • Author: Hendrick Goltzius
  • Dimension: 22,5 x 29,5 cm
  • Place of publication: Antwerp
  • Year: 1583

 380,00

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Hyems

Etching, 110 x 166 mm. The representation of Winter by J. Matham. Shows an old, hunched man in a heavy coat walking with a stick to right, in an oval cartouche; with signs of the zodiac. [cod.965/15]

  • Author: MATHAM Jacob
  • Year: 1600
  • Dimension: 110 x 166 mm

 200,00

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Il cacciatore nella tana dei serpenti

Beautiful etching by Collaert II from the “Venatorum” series. In the centre foreground, a hunter is attacked by snakes in the vaults of a ruined building, which is seen beyond; above, three companions attempt to rescue him with a rope; in the left mid ground, a hunter on horseback chases a deer, while two hounds pursue a rabbit in the left foreground. [cod.961/15]

  • Author: COLLAERT II Jan
  • Year: 1596 ca.
  • Dimension: 265 x 195 mm

 200,00

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Il Cavaliere sul piccolo ponte

Etching, 134 x 94 mm. Excellent condition and impression with margins. Shows a little landscape with a cavalier on a bridge in the foreground. Signed on the rock at bottom. IV/IV [cod.974/15]

  • Author: EVERDINGEN Allart van
  • Year: 1650
  • Dimension: 139 x 94 mm

 200,00

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L’albero curvato dall’uragano

Fine etching by Giovanni Francesco Grimaldi called “Bolognese”. It shows a landscape with three boats on a river, the foremost one being punted by a man wearing a flat hat. Signed ‘Gio Fran Grimaldi bolognese fecit’ at bottom left. [cod.978/15]

  • Author: GRIMALDI Giovanni Francesco
  • Year: 1650 ca.
  • Dimension: 218 x 158 mm

 450,00

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L’Ospedale in un paesaggio

Etching, 282 x 187 mm plus nice margins. An Italian landscape in which a sick person is being carried to a hospital. An excellent copy of this scarce print by Swanevelt.

  • Author: SWANEVELT Herman van
  • Year: 1630 ca
  • Dimension: 282 x 187 mm

 250,00

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La Fortuna

Etching, circa 1635. Second state (of 2), with the name of Reni lower right. With thread margins or trimmed on the plate mark. A very good, evenly printed impression of this scarce print. Bartsch 34. Bellini 5. [cod.966/15]

  • Author: CANTARINI Simone
  • Year: 1635
  • Dimension: 145 x 235 mm

 1.200,00

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La pesca con il martello

Very fine burin by Philips Galle after Jan van der Straet. From the series “Venationes Ferarum, Avium, Piscium”. In the centre foreground, Diana, holding an olive branch, is seated upon a rock beside a reclining river god with a cornucopia; on either side fishermen men wade in a river with nets and mallets; beyond, the river, spanned by a bridge, flows between two hills with villages. [cod.964/15]

  • Author: GALLE Philips
  • Year: 1578
  • Dimension: 291 x 218 mm

 250,00

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La pesca con la lampada

Very fine burin by Philips Galle after Jan van der Straet . From the series “Venationes Ferarum, Avium, Piscium”. It shows in the centre foreground, a river god holds a cornucopia and rests upon a rocky outcrop; beside him, the goddess Diana holds an olive branch; below them, to the left, men fish with rods, while to the right, men fish at night with lanterns and nets; a village on the left flanks the river… [cod.963/15]

  • Author: GALLE Philips
  • Year: 1578
  • Dimension: 290 x 210 mm

 250,00

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Le cacce con i cani

A very fine complete series of 4 etching by Marcus De Bye after Paulus Potter showing the hunt with hounds. Published by Nicolaes Visscher in 1660 ca. The first plate “A bull hunt” is also the frontispiece of the work. It shows a landscape with the bull in profile to right, attacked by three hounds. Inscription Content: Lettered on the banderole held by the eagle at upper centre: “P. POTTER inu./ M. de Bye fecit”. [cod.973/15]

  • Author: DE BYE Marcus
  • Year: 1660 ca.
  • Dimension: 230 x 150 mm.

 900,00

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Uomo e Soldato in conversazione

Very fine etching with drypoint by Salvator Rosa from the famous series “Figurine”. In perfect condition with full margins. [cod.977/15]

  • Author: ROSA Salvator
  • Year: 1656 – 1658
  • Dimension: 98 x 141 mm

 250,00

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VII Peccatorum Capitalium – Avaritia (Avarizia)

Burin, 130 x 182 mm. Trimmed to border line with minimal loss in the 4 corners. Otherwise very nice impression and condition. This is one of a series of seven about the seven vices. It shows the avarice. Bust of a woman in an oval, in profile, holding a purse; four putti in each corner passing each other a purse. Engraved by Wierix and published by Philips Galle before the 1612. [cod.967/15]

  • Author: WIERIX Hieronimus
  • Year: 1612 ca.
  • Dimension: 130 x 182 mm

 200,00

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VII Peccatorum Capitalium – Invidia

Burin, 130 x 182 mm. Trimmed to border line with minimal loss in the 4 corners. Otherwise very nice impression and condition. This is one of a series of seven about the seven vices. It shows the envy. Bust of an old woman eating an apple and with snakes around her neck, in an oval; four putti in each corner, three eating apple. Engraved by Wierix and published by Philips Galle before the 1612. [cod.969/15]

  • Author: WIERIX Hieronimus
  • Year: 1612 ca.
  • Dimension: 130 x 182 mm

 200,00

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VII Peccatorum Capitalium – Ira

Burin, 130 x 182 mm. Trimmed to border line with minimal loss in the 4 corners. Otherwise very nice impression and condition. This is one of a series of seven about the seven vices. It shows the wrath. Bust of an old lady, pointing upwards and holding a dagger, in an oval; four putti in each corner, fighting with lances and shields. Engraved by Wierix and published by Philips Galle before the 1612. [cod.968/15]

  • Author: WIERIX Hieronimus
  • Year: 1612
  • Dimension: 130 x 182 mm

 200,00

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VII Peccatorum Capitalium – Superbia

Burin, 130 x 182 mm. Trimmed to border line with minimal loss in the 4 corners. Otherwise very nice impression and condition. This is one of a series of seven about the seven vices. It shows the pride. Bust of a woman in an oval, elegantly dressed and holding a fan made of peacock’s feathers; four putti on each side wearing feathers and/or holding a mirror. Engraved by Wierix and published by Philips Galle before the 1612. [cod.970/15]

  • Author: WIERIX Hieronimus
  • Year: 1612
  • Dimension: 130 x 182 mm

 200,00

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Vopiscus Fortunatus Plempius

A fine portrait of the physician Vopiscus Fortuantus Plempius, active in Amsterdam and Leuven / Louvain engraved by Paulus Pontius after Gerard ter Borch [cfr. Hollstein Dutch 112]

  • Author: PONTIUS Paulus
  • Year: 1648
  • Dimension: 272 x 168 mm
  • Place of publication: Antwerp

 180,00

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