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L'Asie.
L'Asie.
N. Arnoult fecit.
A Paris chez N. Arnoult rue de la Fromagerie à lImage S. Claude aux Halles. Avec Privil. du Roy. [n.d., c.1685.]
Etching, sheet 300 x 230mm. 11¾ x 9". Foxing. Small tear into lower left corner of plate.
An allegorical representation of the continent of Asia. Two women and a man in the foreground, animals including camel and elephant in the background. Engraved and published in Paris by Nicolas Arnoult (1681 - 1689; fl.) for a set of four continents.
[Ref: 11098]   £220.00  
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Jacques II. Roy de la Grande Bretagne.
Jacques II. Roy de la Grande Bretagne. Cy devant duc d'Iork...
A. Dieu pinxit. N. Arnoult fecit.
[Paris, N. Arnoult, n.d., c.1687.]
Rare Engraving, sheet 295 x 200mm. 11½ x 8". Lacking lower margin and publication line, repaired tear.
King James II [1633 - 1701], reigned 1685 - 1688.
Sharp: 11. NPG: D18574.
[Ref: 18317]   £220.00  
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Le Printemps. [Spring.]
Le Printemps. [Spring.] La saison des Amours semble estre le printemps...[etc.]
N Arnoult fecit.
[Paris: Nicolas Arnoult, c.1685.]
Etching, sheet 305 x 210mm. 12 x 8¼". Trimmed into plate; two tears lower right.
A lady sits on a bench with her hands around an urn from which a shrub grows; a winged cupid drapes a garland of flowers over her while blowing air from his cheeks. From a series of allegorical representations of the seasons, published by Nicolas Arnoult (1681 - 1689; fl.).
[Ref: 13937]   £95.00   (£114.00 incl.VAT)
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Vue du Lac de Tondano. (Ile Célèbes.)
Vue du Lac de Tondano. (Ile Célèbes.)
De Sainson pinx. Arnout lith.
J. Tastu Editeur. Lith. de Bichebois aînè, rue de la Bibliothèque, No.4. [Paris, n.d. c.1833.]
Lithograph. 336 x 512mm. 13¼ x 20¼". Paper toning around the edges.
A scene of a traveller in a sedan chair transported by locals and a chaperone past Lake Tondano, Indonesia. Numbered 'Pl.218' upper right; from 'Voyage de la Corvette l'Astrolabe', the account of Jules Dumont D'Urville's important expedition to the South Seas between 1826 and 1829. Publisher's blindstamp below title. After Louis Auguste de Sainson (1801 - 1887).
NLA: 2930761. Ex Norman Blackburn Collection.
[Ref: 18846]   £150.00   (£180.00 incl.VAT)
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