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The Fair Seducer.
The Fair Seducer.
Painted by G. Morland. Engraved by E.J. Dumée.
[n.d. c.1790.]
Stipple printed in brown ink. 337 x 254mm (13¼ x 10"). Cut, crease.
A young maiden wearing a large bonnet sits resting in a chair by a window looking towards the viewer with a glint in her eye.
[Ref: 28903]   £160.00   (£192.00 incl.VAT)
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Loves old sweet song.
Loves old sweet song.
C. Kiesel Pinx. Photogravure Hanfstaengl.
Published by Franz Hanfstaengl, Munich, London & New York,
Photogravure. 310 x 230mm (12¼ x 9"), with large margins.
A woman playing a lute, an English version of 'Ein altes Lied' by Conrad Kiesel (also Konrad, 1846-1921).
[Ref: 54292]   £80.00   (£96.00 incl.VAT)
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[Celebrated Women of the Old Testament.] Susanna.
[Celebrated Women of the Old Testament.] Susanna. Susanna, à sensibus falsò accusata malignis, Insons inventa est, frausque retecta sunum.
M. de Vos inv. J. Collaert sculp.
Phl's Galle excud. [n.d. c.1590.]
Rare engraving. 160 x 90mm (6¼ x 3½"), with large margins.
Portrait of Susanna, a woman accused of adultery by two lechers attempting to blackmail her into having sex with them. Daniel proves her innocence,after which the two men are executed. Plate 19 of the series 'Icones Illustrium Feminarum Veteris Testamenti', engraved by Jan Collaert II (c.1561-c.1620) after Maarten de Vos (1532 - 1603). The author of the verse was Cornelis Kiliaan (1528-1607) of Duffel, poet and lexicographer, author of an important Dutch-Latin dictionary, 'Dictionarium Teutonico-Latinum', 1574.
BM: 1992,0404.21, first state, before borderlines.
[Ref: 51923]   £320.00  
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