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H. Ramberg, delin. E.G. Kruger, Sculp. 1795.
Etching, 235 x 170mm. 9¼ x 6¾". Some foxing.
A priest clothing naked Africans. A book illustration published in Germany, probably to a work by Christoph Martin Wieland (1733 - 1813), German poet and novelist. One of his essays published in 1795 was titled 'The Confessions of Abulfauaris unprecedented priest of Isis in her temple on Memphis in Lower Egypt.' After Johann Heinrich Ramberg (1763 - 1840).
[Ref: 10705]   £120.00   (£144.00 incl.VAT)
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[Netherlands] Marianne,
[Netherlands] Marianne, Prinzessin Albrecht Von Preussen. Geb: Prinzessin der Niederlande.
[Illegible signature in plate.] n.d. Nat. gez. v. F. Kruger.
Verlag von C.G. Luderitz. [n.d., c.1835.]
Lithograph on india laid paper, Creased right margin, with tear.
Princess Wilhelmina Frederika Louise Charlotte Marianne of the Netherlands, Princess of Orange-Nassau (1810 - 1883); by birth Princess of the Kingdom of the United Netherlands and by marriage Princess of the Kingdom of Prussia. In The Hague on 14 September 1830, Marianne married her first cousin Prince Albert of Prussia (1809 - 1872), the fourth son of her mother's brother, King Frederick William III of Prussia. Publisher's blindstamp.
[Ref: 12386]   £60.00   (£72.00 incl.VAT)
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Bernard Romberg.
Bernard Romberg.
Gentili [signed in plate.] Kruger.
Verlag von Gebr. Gropius. [n.d., c.1820.]
Lithograph, sheet 355 x 265mm. 14 x 10½". Sheet slightly trimmed; a strong impression.
Bernhard Heinrich Romberg (1767 - 1841), German cellist and composer. Romberg is notable for several innovations in cello design and performance. He lengthened the cello's fingerboard and flattened the side under the C string, thus giving it more freedom to vibrate. He suggested that half-size and 3/4 size cellos should be designed to make it easier for young children to play the instrument. Romberg is responsible for simplifying cello notation to only three clefs, the bass clef, the tenor clef and the treble clef. Until his time, it was common to use many clefs for multiple uses - the 18th century cellist-composer Luigi Boccherini used as many as six clefs in his compositions.
[Ref: 15796]   £230.00   (£276.00 incl.VAT)
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