Lot 442: TWELVE ASSORTED ENGRAVINGS AND ETCHINGS All are unframed. 1) View of stag hunting, picnicking, and boat building after Hans Bol. 7.2...
29 October 2016
East Dennis, MA, USALive Auction
TWELVE ASSORTED ENGRAVINGS AND ETCHINGS
All are unframed. 1) View of stag hunting, picnicking, and boat building after Hans Bol. 7.25" x 9.5". 2-3) Two Dutch scenes of ships attributed to Reinier Zeeman. One 5.25" x 9.25", the other 5.25" x 9.5" sheet. 4) Jacques Callot image of a Commedia dell'arte character from the "Capricci". 2" x 3.25". 5) Franz Edmund Weirotter etching of men playing boules. 6" x 8" sheet. 6) Portrait of a friar. Initialed "DF" and "KF". 4" x 3.25" sheet. 7) André Dunoyer de Segonzac etching of a clown. Numbered 17/25 and signed in pencil. 13" x 10" sheet. With original receipt. 8-9) Two etchings by Power O'Malley. "Spring Day" and "Her Place in Sun". 10-11) Two landscape etchings signed Ewald Müller. 12) Etching titled "Operating a Ton Batch Mix at Lyons". Issued as a Christmas Gift for Customers of Lyons Fertilizer Plant. Indistinctly signed, possibly "Hans Hagerman". 11" x 8.5" sheet.
1) Laid down, margins trimmed. Scattered losses (worming?) and foxing. Toning. 2-3) Margins trimmed. Foxing. 4) Margins trimmed. 5) Margins trimmed. Extensive foxing. 6) Margins trimmed. Soiling. Light foxing. 7) Extensive toning. Foxing, scuffs, and surface marks. 8) "Spring Day" heavily toned and with tear on right margin. 12) Several vertical creases.
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