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[Without Bacchus and Ceres, Venus Grows Cold / Sine Cerere et Baccho friget Venus]
[Without Bacchus and Ceres, Venus Grows Cold / Sine Cerere et Baccho friget Venus]
[HG (Hendrik Goltzius?) monogram in image, c.1800]
Engraving, sheet 265 x 210mm (10½ x 8¼"). Trimmed inside platemark; false proof before letters.
Venus (centre) attended by Bacchus (holding grapes), Ceres (holding scythe) and Cupid (reaching for grapes). Copy of a print by Jan Saenredam after Abraham Bloemaert.
[Ref: 47085]   £130.00   (£156.00 incl.VAT)
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[Farmyard scene.]
Abraham Bloemaert inven. / Fre: Bloem Sculp.
N. Visscher exc.
Etching printed on 17th century watermarked paper, platemark 130 x 185mm (5 x 7¼").
From a set of rural scenes with morals below in latin.
[Ref: 32539]   £75.00   (£90.00 incl.VAT)
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[Farmyard scene]
[Farmyard scene]
AB [Abraham Bloemaert]
Etching 17th century watermarked paper, platemark 130 x 185mm (5 x 7¼").
From a set of rural scenes with morals below in latin.
[Ref: 32540]   £75.00   (£90.00 incl.VAT)
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[Cow in a cabbage field.]
[Cow in a cabbage field.]
[Engraved by Boëtius Adamszoon Bolswert after Abraham Bloemaert.]
[n.d., c. 1611.]
Etching. Collector's embossed mark; 115 x 145mm (4¼ x 5¾").
From the 12-plate series 'The Animals'.
[Ref: 41723]   £110.00   (£132.00 incl.VAT)
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The Young Politicians.
The Young Politicians.
[after Abraham Bloemaert.]
Printed for Carington Bowles, No. 69 in St Pauls Church Yard London.
Mezzotint, platemark 155 x 115mm (6 x 4½"). Late impression.
Two boys consult No. 45 of 'The North Briton' (the political weekly founded in 1762 to attack the ministry of George III's Scottish favourite, Lord Bute). This issue of the magazine is particularly famous as it spawned a number of court cases and led to '45' becoming a popular slogan for liberty in the 18th century. In this issue, Wilkes criticized a speech made by George III following the Treaty of Paris which ended the Seven Years' War. After Wilkes was arrested and the paper seized, he challenged the decision and won his case. His courtroom speeches started the 'Wilkes and Liberty' cry. This print in fact derives from a 17th century composition by Abraham Bloemaert of two boys singing from a songsheet!
Ex: collection of the Late Hon. C. Lennox-Boyd; CLB ii/ii.
[Ref: 32361]   £190.00   (£228.00 incl.VAT)
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