Engraving after Raphael; prov.Randall 3739;According to Thies "Baron Rumohr (Italienische Forschungen, III.p.119) considers it, mentioning this very engraving, a very fine repetition or duplicate, and by no means a mere copy, of the well known picture, for the Cabinet Crozat, Np 28."
Engraving after Reni Guido, image size 15 5/16 x 11 3/16 in, plate size 17 x 11 5/8 in, Randall Coll. #8835, Fogg Museum provenance
Engraving; provenance Fogg Museum, Gray3315; Engraved in 1813 after a repetition attributed to Giulio Romano. Legend of this repetition inscribed "Dedie au Chevalier Regnault Membre de L'Institut d'Honeur. There are twenty repetitions and copies known
Engraving after Raphael, image size: 12 1/16 x 9 5/8 inches, inscribed "Dapres le Tableau de Raphael qui est dans le Cabinet de Mr. Crozat", prov. Gray 712
Engraving after Carlo Dolci, image size 13 3/8 x 11 3/16 in, plate size 16 3/8 x 12 1/8 in
Michael Willmann (1630-1706) Three-quarter length portrait of an aged bearded man, gazing downwards,after Rembrandt, etching c. 1660/70, on fine laid paper, 16,5 x 12,8 cm, 6 1/2X5 3/4 inches, copy in reverse after an etching by Rembrandt (B. 260, New Ho. 84). The etching was listed as a work by the Rembrandt-school (Rovinski Elèves 31, Bartsch-Claussin II. 111.31); in New Hollstein the sheet is attributed to Michael Willmann now, who was a collaborator in the studio Rembrandt. Very rare. Thread Margins, two stains in the upper center and right edge, apparently old glue residue.
Engraved copper plate after Gravelot, used for the title page of the book "Contes Moraux" by Jean-François Marmontel (1723-1799). Engraved in 1776 by Antoine-Jean Duclos (1742-1795) after the original design by Gravelot (1765). Engraved area 5 x 3 inches, full plate dimensions 8 1/2 x 5 3/4 inches. The full text reads: "Contes Moraux, Par M. Marmontel, de l'Academie Francaise. A Paris / Chez Brunet Libraire, Rue des Ecrivains. M.DCC.LXXVI."
Engraving after Van Dyck, image size 21 x 16 5/16 in, published by Georges Petit, Paris
Engraving after Philippe de Champagne. Randall 1485. Image size 17 x 12 1/4 in, sheet size 17 7/8 x 13 in.
This 17th century engraving by the Dutch artist, Cornelius Visscher, measures 9 7/8 x 8 1/2 inches, c.1655, on laid paper with partial collectors seal on back. "A.V. Oftade pinxit et excud., C. Visscher fecit aqua forti. and Ger. Valk Excudit" printed on bottom margin. Born into the city of Haarlem during the early decades of the 17th century where a diverse artistic community prospered, Visscher became one of the most accomplished and celebrated printmakers of the time.
Engraving after Philippe de Champagne. Randall 1487. Image size 17 x 12 3/8 in, sheet size 18 3/8 x 13 3/4 in.
Copyright 2021· All rights reserved