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ALBERTI, Cherubino (1553-1615):
The Virgin of the Rosary with Saint Dominic and a Monk

Engraving, c. 1570. Bartsch 37. Undescribed first state before Orlandi’s address and date 1602
Watermark: Trimount in shield (similar to Briquet 11936, Lucca 1583)
Provenance: Artemis Fine Arts, London; Dr. Eric Stanley (not in Lugt)


 

ALTDORFER, Albrecht (ca. 1480-1538):
The Fall of Man, and The Expulsion from Paradise, from The Fall
and Redemption of Man, a series of 40 prints

Woodcuts, ca.1513. New Hollstein w.1 and 2; Winzinger 26 and 27



 

ANDREANI, Andrea (c.1559 – 1629):
Woman contemplating a Skull, after Alessandro Casolani

Chiaroscuro woodcut from possibly six blocks, printed in black and olive-grey, c. 1591. Bartsch XII, 148, 14, only state; Gabarelli (in The Chiaroscuro Woodcut in Renaissance Italy, 2016) 107, second state of two with a small alteration to the lamp flame
Watermark: Eagle in a circle (cited for the best impressions of this print)
Provenance: F. Quiring (b.1886) (Lugt 1041b); J.F. Kroepelien (not in Lugt)


 

ANGOLO DEL MORO, Marco (ca. 1537-after 86), attr. to:
The Battle of the Milvian Bridge, after the left half of the fresco by Giulio Romano and Raphael’s workshop after his cartoons, in the Sala di Constantino at the Vatican

Etching with engraving, ca. 1550-70, published by Giovanni Francesco Camocio. Bartsch under both G.B. d’Angolo del Moro and Paolo or Orazio Farinati. TIB 32, 311, 200
Watermark: Crossed Arrows surmounted by a Star
Provenance: Johann Georg I Zobel von Giebelstadt, from an important album he assembled ca. 1568-70

 

BALDUNG GRIEN, Hans (1484-1545):
The Conversion of St. Paul

Woodcut, c. 1515-16. Hollstein 125; Yale (1981) cat. no. 52
Watermark: Double-headed eagle with pendant letters GV


 

BEHAM, Hans Sebald (1500-1550):
The Penance of St. John Chrysostom

Engraving, ca. 1545. Hollstein 70, eighth, final, state with the monogram and rays added in the clouds.



 

BEHAM, Hans Sebald (1500-1550):
Leda and the Swan

Engraving, 1548. Pauli, Hollstein 114, second state of three
Provenance: Ducs d’Arenberg (Lugt 567), this impression cited in Pauli; R.E. Lewis; J.F. Kroepelien (not in Lugt)



 

BISCAINO, Bartolomeo (1632-57):
The Adoration at the Manger with two Angels and five Cherubs

Etching. Bartsch XXI, 107, 6, first state before Daman’s address.
A very clearly-printed counterproof.



 

BLOEMAERT, Cornelis (1603-84):
Avaritia, an allegory on greed, after Abraham Bloemaert

Engraving, 1625. Hollstein 286


 

BOL, Ferdinand (1616-80):
St. Jerome in Penitence

Etching, 1644. Hollstein 3, second state of three, with the date lightly scratched in and before the change in signature to Rembrandt
Watermark: Fleur-de-lys
Provenance: W.E. Drugulin (Lugt 2612)


 

BOLSWERT, Schelte à (c. 1580-1659):
Wild Landscape by Moonlight, with a Hunter and his Quarry,
from a set of 20 landscapes after P.P. Rubens

Engraving. From Hollstein 305-325, fourth state of five, as published
by G. Hendricx


 

BONNET, Louis-Marin direxit (1736-93):
Première feuille d’Arabesques, after Carle (first name unknown)
from Les Métiers, a series of seven plates

Wash manner (tonal intaglio technique) printed in several colours from multiple plates. Hérold 967
Provenance: J. Hérold (without mark)


 

BONNET, Louis-Marin (1736-93):
A Map with battle positions in the vicinity of Lille, plate VIII from La defense et l’attaque des petites postes, published in 1783
from Les Métiers, a series of seven plates

Engraving, printed in blue, yellow, rose and black à la poupée, ca. 1783. Hérold 878 and page 28


 

BOYVIN, Réné (1530?-98):
A Frieze with the Triumph of Bacchus, after Rosso Fiorintino

Engraving. Robert-Dumesnil 76, third state of four, with Hondius’
address added to that of N. de Clerck (shaded over).
Provenance: Albert van Loock (Lugt 3751)


 

BOYVIN, Réné (1530?-98):
Queen Ino addressing the Farmers, from a set of 26 plates after Léonard Thiry illustrating Le Livre de la Conqueste de la Toison d’or

Engraving. Robert-Dumesnil VIII,37,39; IFF 173, first state of two before number, as published in 1563


 

BRUEGEL, Pieter the Elder (ca. 1525-69), after:
A Dutch Hulk and a Boeier , from a series of ten war-ships, engraved by Frans Huys (fl. 1550-70) and Cornelis Cort?
(ca. 1530-78)

Engraving, 1564-5. New Hollstein 62, first state with the date 1565
near the lower plate edge; Metropolitan Museum, Pieter Bruegel
the Elder, catalogue p. 217

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