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        • BISSCHOP, JAN DE (1628-1671). SIGNORUM VETERUM ICONES
          Jun. 19, 2024

          BISSCHOP, JAN DE (1628-1671). SIGNORUM VETERUM ICONES

          Est: €600 - €1,000

          Ca. 1669. 4 p. Complete w. 100 beautifully etched plates reproducing Greek and Roman sculptures. Speckled paper boards (worn). Sm. folio. A few notes upper & lower pastedowns, former owner's signature upper flyleaf. Lacking title-p., occas. foxing/ browning as usual, 3 plates affected by a water stain. Overall very good copy.

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        • Bisschop, Jan de (1628-1671). Paradigmata Graphices Variorum Artificum, Per Joh. Episcopium. Ex formis Nicolai Visscher./ Signorum veterum icones.
          May. 17, 2024

          Bisschop, Jan de (1628-1671). Paradigmata Graphices Variorum Artificum, Per Joh. Episcopium. Ex formis Nicolai Visscher./ Signorum veterum icones.

          Est: €800 - €1,000

          Bisschop, Jan de (1628-1671). Paradigmata Graphices Variorum Artificum, Per Joh. Episcopium. Ex formis Nicolai Visscher./ Signorum veterum icones. Amst., H. de Leth, (1740), etched title plate to the first series by Gerard DE LAIRESSE and 57 etched plates by Jan de BISSCHOP; title print "Signorum veterum Icones" and 100 etched plates by Jan DE BISSCHOP, contemp. hcalf w. mor. letterpiece, folio. - First series trifle foxed, mostly along edges; 2nd series plates for the greater part yellowed. Binding worn/ rubbed along extremities; paper over covers partly worn off. = Rare edition, probably published by De Leth as a series of prints, without the original letterpress titles and dedication and content leaves. On the series ("Icones"): Bolten, Dutch and Flemish Drawing Books p.69-70 describes the editio princeps of ±1669 with a few dedication and contents leaves, the etchings unnumbered. On both series, cf. in extenso: J.G. van Gelder and I. Jost, Jan de Bisschop and his Icones & Paradigmata (...) (Doornspijk, 1985); cf. Hollstein 6 (a very incomplete entry). The first series after i.a. Caracci, Dominichino and Michelangelo, 2nd series reproducing Greek and Roman sculpture. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CIV.

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        • Johannes Episcopius
          Mar. 16, 2024

          Johannes Episcopius

          Est: €100 - €200

          Johannes Episcopius 1628 - 1671 - "Allegorie des Morgens" - Nach Michelangelo Buonarottis Grabmal Giuliano de Medici. Radierung/Papier. 12,8 x 23,4 cm, 20,3 x 33 cm. Monogr. im. Druck: J.E.f. L. u. bez.: M. A. Bon. e marm. Das Blatt liegt lose. Knickspurig. Leicht angeschmutzt. Stockfleckig. Mängel an den Rändern. Lichtrand. L. o. Tintenfleck. - "Männliche Torsi" - Nach Michelgelo Buonarotti. Radierung/Papier. 12,4 x 24,5 cm. Monogr. im Druck l. u.: J.E.f. Bez. l. u.: M. Ang. Bon. pinx. Das Blatt liegt lose. Knickspurig. Rechte obere Ecke abgerissen. Mängel an den Rändern. Stockfleckig. Leicht angeschmutzt. Lichtrand. - "Mann schlägt mit einem Zweigbündel zu" - Nach Domenichino (1581 - 1641). Radierung/Papier. 21,4 x 14 cm, 25,7 x 19 cm. Monogr. im Druck r. u.: J.E.f. L. u. bez.: Dominichin. inv. Das Blatt liegt lose. Stockfleckig. Lichtrand. Mängel an den Rändern. Leicht angeschmutzt. L. m. ein Riss. - Männlicher Torso am Waldrand - Nach Domenichino (1581 - 1641). Radierung/Papier. 22,8 x 15,7 cm, 32,7 x 20,7 cm. Sign. im Druck r. u.: J.E.f. L. u. bez.: Domin. inv. del. Das Blatt liegt lose. Knickspurig. Leicht angeschmutzt. Stockfleckig. Mängel an den Rändern. Lichtrand. - Sitzender männlicher Torso - Radierung/Papier. 22,5 x 14,5 cm, 32,8 x 20,5 cm. Sign. im Druck r. u.: J.E.f. L. u. bez.: Jos. Arp. al. Josepin. inv. d. Das Blatt liegt lose. Knickspurig. Leicht angeschmutzt. Stockfleckig. Mängel an den Rändern. Lichtrand.

          Das Kunst- und Auktionshaus Kastern GmbH & Co KG
        • J. BISSCHOP (*1628) after POMARANCIO (*1552), Woman in dress, Etching
          Feb. 10, 2024

          J. BISSCHOP (*1628) after POMARANCIO (*1552), Woman in dress, Etching

          Est: €300 - €400

          Jan de Bisschop (1628 Amsterdam - 1671 The Hague) after Pomarancio: Cristofano Roncalli (around 1552 Pomarance (Volterra) - before 1626 Rom): Woman in a dress, possibly a sibyl, 17th century, Etching Technique: Etching on Laid paper Inscription: At the lower part signed in the printing plate: "Pomerant inv. d. / JB. f". Upper right numbered in the printing plate: "19". Date: 17th century Description: Jan de Bisschop (also Johannes Episcopius) (1628-1671), first a lawyer, later became a draughtsman and etcher. He was a pupil of Bartholomeus Breenbergh and influenced Jacob van der Ulft, among others. Through his copper engravings after models of famous masters, he had a great influence on the art of his time. Source: Paradigmata Graphices Variorum Artificum | print suite, Mythology Keywords: before 18th century, Baroque, Portraits, Netherlands,

          Fichter Kunsthandel
        • ETCHING BY JOHANNES EPISCOPIUS
          Jan. 11, 2024

          ETCHING BY JOHANNES EPISCOPIUS

          Est: -

          JOHANNES EPISCOPIUS (Amsterdam 1628 - L'Aja 1671) Scultura marmorea Incisione all'acquaforte, cm. 18,5 x 12 Firma in basso In cornice Scheda allegata sull'opera di Tullio Diamanti

          Casa d'Aste Babuino
        • J. BISSCHOP (1628-1671), 7 bust portraits in profile,
          Dec. 02, 2023

          J. BISSCHOP (1628-1671), 7 bust portraits in profile,

          Est: €75 - €125

          Jan de Bisschop (1628 Amsterdam - 1671 The Hague): Portrait Studies, Seven Breast Portraits in Profile, , Copper engraving Technique: Copper engraving on Paper, mounted on Paper Date: Description: Jan de Bisschop (also Johannes Episcopius) (1628-1671), first a lawyer, later became a draughtsman and etcher. He was a pupil of Bartholomeus Breenbergh and influenced Jacob van der Ulft, among others. Through his copper engravings after models of famous masters he had a great influence on the art of his time. Probably from: "Paradigmata Graphices Variorum Artificum".The depiction shows in the upper row on the left the bust portraits of two youths, which are juxtaposed with the portraits of two older men with beards. The lower row shows the same antagonism: the two profile portraits of an older woman with a bent posture is placed next to the portrait of a beautiful young woman whose long hair is adorned with a pearl ribbon.numbered in the lower corners of the sheet: "2". Keywords: 18th century, Baroque, Portraits, Netherlands,

          Fichter Kunsthandel
        • J. BISSCHOP (1628-1671), 8 Scholars or clergymen,
          Dec. 02, 2023

          J. BISSCHOP (1628-1671), 8 Scholars or clergymen,

          Est: €75 - €125

          Jan de Bisschop (1628 Amsterdam - 1671 The Hague): Eight bust portraits of scholars and clergymen, , Copper engraving Technique: Copper engraving on Paper, mounted on Paper Date: Description: Numbered in the lower right corner: "14".Jan de Bisschop (also Johannes Episcopius) (1628-1671), first a lawyer, later became a draughtsman and etcher. He was a pupil of Bartholomeus Breenbergh and influenced Jacob van der Ulft, among others. Through his copper engravings after models of famous masters, he had a great influence on the art of his time. Keywords: 18th century, Baroque, Portraits, Netherlands,

          Fichter Kunsthandel
        • Episcopius, Johannes, d. i. JAN DE BISSCHOP
          Dec. 01, 2023

          Episcopius, Johannes, d. i. JAN DE BISSCHOP

          Est: €200 - €300

          (Den Haag 1646-1686 Amsterdam), 37 Radierungen nach Carracci, Michelangelo, Raffael u. a. In den Platten num., monogr. und tls. sign., nicht dat. (1761). Ca. 18,5 x 11,5 bis 22,5 x 15 cm (Blattgr.: ca. 30,5 x 20,5 cm). (29) - - Thieme/Becker X, 581. Hollstein II, aus 6. - Aus den "Paradigmata graphices variorum artificium".

          Zisska & Lacher
        • Episcopius, Johannes, d. i. JAN DE BISSCHOP
          Dec. 01, 2023

          Episcopius, Johannes, d. i. JAN DE BISSCHOP

          Est: €160 - €250

          (Den Haag 1646-1686 Amsterdam), Männliche Torsi. 6 Radierungen. In den Platten num., monogr. und sign., nicht dat. (1761). Ca. 21,5 x 10,5 bis 23,5 x 19 cm (Blattgr.: ca. 30,5 x 20,5 cm). (29) - - Thieme/Becker X, 581. Hollstein II, aus 6. - Aus den "Paradigmata graphices variorum artificium".

          Zisska & Lacher
        • Bisschop, Jan de (1628-1671). Signorum veterum icones/ Paradigmata Graphices Variorum Artificum, Per Joh. Episcopium. Ex formis Nicolai Visscher.
          Nov. 24, 2023

          Bisschop, Jan de (1628-1671). Signorum veterum icones/ Paradigmata Graphices Variorum Artificum, Per Joh. Episcopium. Ex formis Nicolai Visscher.

          Est: €300 - €500

          Bisschop, Jan de (1628-1671). Signorum veterum icones/ Paradigmata Graphices Variorum Artificum, Per Joh. Episcopium. Ex formis Nicolai Visscher. Two series of resp. 100 and 55 (of 57) etched plates, ±1669, bound in contemp. hroan/ limp boards, folio. - Without the titles and textlvs. First volume most lvs. soiled/ w. stains, mostly in margins; a few prints cut on the platemark and later laid down; the Paradigmata series lacks plate 44 and 47; all plates cut a few mm outside the platemark and tipped-in on contemp. lvs.; a few plates w. sm. stains. = On the first series ("Icones"): Bolten, Dutch and Flemish Drawing Books p.69-70 describes the editio princeps of ±1669 with a few dedication and contents leaves, the etchings unnumbered. On both series: cf. in extenso: J.G. van Gelder and I. Jost, Jan de Bisschop and his Icones & Paradigmata (...) (Doornspijk, 1985); cf. Hollstein 6 (a very incomplete entry). The first series reproducing Greek and Roman sculpture, the second series after i.a. Caracci, Dominichino and Michelangelo.

          Bubb > Kuyper: Auctioneers of Books, Fine Arts & Manuscripts
        • J. BISSCHOP (*1628) after POMARANCIO (*1552), Woman in dress, Etching
          Oct. 14, 2023

          J. BISSCHOP (*1628) after POMARANCIO (*1552), Woman in dress, Etching

          Est: €300 - €400

          Jan de Bisschop (1628 Amsterdam - 1671 The Hague) after Pomarancio: Cristofano Roncalli (around 1552 Pomarance (Volterra) - before 1626 Rom): Woman in a dress, possibly a sibyl, 17th century, Etching Technique: Etching on Laid paper Inscription: At the lower part signed in the printing plate: "Pomerant inv. d. / JB. f". Upper right numbered in the printing plate: "19". Date: 17th century Description: Jan de Bisschop (also Johannes Episcopius) (1628-1671), first a lawyer, later became a draughtsman and etcher. He was a pupil of Bartholomeus Breenbergh and influenced Jacob van der Ulft, among others. Through his copper engravings after models of famous masters, he had a great influence on the art of his time. Source: Paradigmata Graphices Variorum Artificum | print suite, Mythology Keywords: before 18th century, Baroque, Portraits, Netherlands,

          Fichter Kunsthandel
        • JAN DE BISSCHOP (AMSTERDAM 1628-1671 THE HAGUE) Diana and Actaeon black cha
          Jul. 04, 2023

          JAN DE BISSCHOP (AMSTERDAM 1628-1671 THE HAGUE) Diana and Actaeon black cha

          Est: £7,000 - £10,000

          JAN DE BISSCHOP (AMSTERDAM 1628-1671 THE HAGUE) Diana and Actaeon black chalk, pen and brown ink, brown wash 17.1 x 24.7 cm

          Christie's
        • Episcopius, Johannes, d. i. Jan de Bisschop (Den Haag 1646-1686 Amsterdam),
          Jun. 23, 2023

          Episcopius, Johannes, d. i. Jan de Bisschop (Den Haag 1646-1686 Amsterdam),

          Est: €200 - €300

          Männliche Torsi. 5 Radierungen, meist nach Michelangelo. In den Platten num., monogr. und sign., nicht dat. (1761). Ca. 10,5 x 17,5 bis 13 x 24,5 cm (Blattgr.: 20,5 x 30,5 cm). (53) Thieme/Becker X, 581. Hollstein II, aus 6. - Aus den "Paradigmata graphices variorum artificium".

          Zisska & Lacher
        • Episcopius, Johannes, d. i. Jan de Bisschop (Den Haag 1646-1686 Amsterdam),
          Jun. 23, 2023

          Episcopius, Johannes, d. i. Jan de Bisschop (Den Haag 1646-1686 Amsterdam),

          Est: €120 - €180

          Zwei weibliche Akte sowie Mann und Frau. 3 Radierungen nach Michelangelo. In den Platten num., monogr. und sign., nicht dat. (1761). Ca. 23,5 x 11,5 bis 15,5 x 23,5 cm (Blattgr.: 20,5 x 30,5 cm). (53) Thieme/Becker X, 581. Hollstein II, aus 6. - Aus den "Paradigmata graphices variorum artificium".

          Zisska & Lacher
        • J. BISSCHOP (*1628) after POMARANCIO (*1552), Woman in dress, Etching
          May. 06, 2023

          J. BISSCHOP (*1628) after POMARANCIO (*1552), Woman in dress, Etching

          Est: €300 - €400

          Jan de Bisschop (1628 Amsterdam - 1671 The Hague) after Pomarancio: Cristofano Roncalli (around 1552 Pomarance (Volterra) - before 1626 Rom): Woman in a dress, possibly a sibyl, , Etching Technique: Etching on Inscription: At the lower part signed in the printing plate: "Pomerant inv. d. / JB. f". Upper right numbered in the printing plate: "19". Date: Description: Jan de Bisschop (also Johannes Episcopius) (1628-1671), first a lawyer, later became a draughtsman and etcher. He was a pupil of Bartholomeus Breenbergh and influenced Jacob van der Ulft, among others. Through his copper engravings after models of famous masters, he had a great influence on the art of his time. Source: Paradigmata Graphices Variorum Artificum | print suite, Mythology Keywords: before 18th century, Baroque, Portraits, Netherlands,

          Fichter Kunsthandel
        • J. BISSCHOP (1628-1671), 7 Breast portraits in profile, Copper engraving
          May. 06, 2023

          J. BISSCHOP (1628-1671), 7 Breast portraits in profile, Copper engraving

          Est: €75 - €125

          Jan de Bisschop (1628 Amsterdam - 1671 The Hague): Portrait Studies, Seven Breast Portraits in Profile, , Copper engraving Technique: Copper engraving on Paper, mounted on Paper Date: Description: Jan de Bisschop (also Johannes Episcopius) (1628-1671), first a lawyer, later became a draughtsman and etcher. He was a pupil of Bartholomeus Breenbergh and influenced Jacob van der Ulft, among others. Through his copper engravings after models of famous masters he had a great influence on the art of his time. Probably from: "Paradigmata Graphices Variorum Artificum".The depiction shows in the upper row on the left the bust portraits of two youths, which are juxtaposed with the portraits of two older men with beards. The lower row shows the same antagonism: the two profile portraits of an older woman with a bent posture stands next to the portrait of a beautiful young woman whose long hair is adorned with a pearl ribbon.Numbered in the lower corners of the sheet: "2". Keywords: 18th century, Baroque, Portraits, Netherlands,

          Fichter Kunsthandel
        • J. BISSCHOP (1628-1671), 8 Portraits of scholars or clergymen, Copper engraving
          May. 06, 2023

          J. BISSCHOP (1628-1671), 8 Portraits of scholars or clergymen, Copper engraving

          Est: €75 - €125

          Jan de Bisschop (1628 Amsterdam - 1671 The Hague): Eight bust portraits of scholars and clergymen, , Copper engraving Technique: Copper engraving on Paper, mounted on Paper Date: Description: Numbered in the lower right corner: "14".Jan de Bisschop (also Johannes Episcopius) (1628-1671), first a lawyer, later became a draughtsman and etcher. He was a pupil of Bartholomeus Breenbergh and influenced Jacob van der Ulft, among others. Through his copper engravings after models of famous masters, he had a great influence on the art of his time. Keywords: 18th century, Baroque, Portraits, Netherlands,

          Fichter Kunsthandel
        • Bisschop, J. de (1628-1671) (attrib.). Triumph of riches.
          Nov. 25, 2022

          Bisschop, J. de (1628-1671) (attrib.). Triumph of riches.

          Est: €500 - €700

          Bisschop, J. de (1628-1671) (attrib.). Triumph of riches. Drawing after H. HOLBEIN THE YOUNGER, pen and brush and brown ink, 30x47 cm., framed. - Vertical fold and creases in centre; a few vague creases and some soiling; upper two corners unexamined/ covered by the passepartout. = Copy of the left half of the drawing by the same in the collection of the British Museum. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CXVI.

          Bubb > Kuyper: Auctioneers of Books, Fine Arts & Manuscripts
        • Jan de Bisschop (1628-1671) Joseph distributing grain in Egypt, after Bartholomeus Breenbergh
          Oct. 18, 2022

          Jan de Bisschop (1628-1671) Joseph distributing grain in Egypt, after Bartholomeus Breenbergh

          Est: £1,500 - £2,000

          Jan de Bisschop (1628-1671) Joseph distributing grain in Egypt, after Bartholomeus Breenbergh Etching, circa 1650, an excellent well inked impression of the first state (of three), before the clouds were added in the sky, and before any lettering in the lower margin or publishers imprints, on one sheet of thick laid paper with watermark of Strasbourg lily, sheet 485 x 685 mm (19 x 26 3/4 in), tipped vertically at centre onto old mount, small loss to upper left and right corners, vertical fold, some nicks and tears to extremities, spotting and surface dirt (unframed) Literature: Hollstein 1 i/iii Provenance: The Defer-Dumesnil Collection [Lugt 739] ⁂ Scarce in any state but we could trace no records for an early impression, such as the present example. Magnificent large print from one copper plate.

          Forum Auctions - UK
        • J.BISSCHOP (1628-1671), Portrait studies, 7 bust portraits in profile, Copper engraving
          Aug. 07, 2022

          J.BISSCHOP (1628-1671), Portrait studies, 7 bust portraits in profile, Copper engraving

          Est: €75 - €125

          Jan de Bisschop (1628 Amsterdam - 1671 The Hague): Portrait Studies, Seven Breast Portraits in Profile, 18th century, Copper engraving Technique: Copper engraving on Paper, mounted on Paper Date: 18th century Description: Jan de Bisschop (also Johannes Episcopius) (1628-1671), first a lawyer, later became a draughtsman and etcher. He was a pupil of Bartholomeus Breenbergh and influenced Jacob van der Ulft, among others. Through his copper engravings after models of famous masters he had a great influence on the art of his time. Probably from: "Paradigmata Graphices Variorum Artificum".The depiction shows in the upper row on the left the bust portraits of two youths, which are juxtaposed with the portraits of two older men with beards. The lower row shows the same antagonism: the two profile portraits of an older woman with a bent posture stands next to the portrait of a beautiful young woman whose long hair is adorned with a pearl ribbon.Numbered in the lower corners of the sheet: "2". Keywords: 18th century, Baroque, Portraits, Netherlands,

          Fichter Kunsthandel
        • J.BISSCHOP (1628-1671), 8 Portraits of scholars or clergymen, Copper engraving
          Aug. 07, 2022

          J.BISSCHOP (1628-1671), 8 Portraits of scholars or clergymen, Copper engraving

          Est: €75 - €125

          Jan de Bisschop (1628 Amsterdam - 1671 The Hague): Eight bust portraits of scholars and clergymen, 18th century, Copper engraving Technique: Copper engraving on Paper, mounted on Paper Date: 18th century Description: Numbered in the lower right corner: "14".Jan de Bisschop (also Johannes Episcopius) (1628-1671), first a lawyer, later became a draughtsman and etcher. He was a pupil of Bartholomeus Breenbergh and influenced Jacob van der Ulft, among others. Through his copper engravings after models of famous masters, he had a great influence on the art of his time. Keywords: 18th century, Baroque, Portraits, Netherlands,

          Fichter Kunsthandel
        • Bisschop, J. de (±1628-1671). (Apollo Belvedere).
          May. 20, 2022

          Bisschop, J. de (±1628-1671). (Apollo Belvedere).

          Est: €150 - €250

          Bisschop, J. de (±1628-1671). (Apollo Belvedere). Etching and engraving after P. DONCKER, 23,3x15,1 cm., monogrammed in the plate. = From Signorum veterum icones. AND 12 others by the same from the same series or Paradigmata graphices variorum Artificum. - AND 4 engravings by C. VAN DALEN after classical sculptures and an etching by H. QUELLINUS of a classical reliëf.

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        • Jan de Bisschop (Zugeschrieben) – Landschaft mit Hirten (Landscape with shepherds)
          May. 18, 2022

          Jan de Bisschop (Zugeschrieben) – Landschaft mit Hirten (Landscape with shepherds)

          Est: €1,600 - €1,800

          Brown ink over black chalk with brown wash on laid paper laid down on a mat. 8.9 x 17.8 cm.

          Karl & Faber
        • Bisschop, Jan de (latinisiert: Johannes Episcopius)
          May. 14, 2022

          Bisschop, Jan de (latinisiert: Johannes Episcopius)

          Est: €100 - €150

          (1628 Amsterdam - Den Haag 1671). 4 Radierungen aus Paradigmata graphices. Plgr. je ca. 22,5 x 13 cm, tls. über Plattenkante beschn., tls. mit schmalen Rändchen. Mit den Namen bzw. Monogr. i.d.Platte. 3 unter Passep. mont. Gebrauchssp., 2x leicht randrissig. R

          Kiefer Buch- und Kunstauktionen
        • JAN DE BISSCHOP (Amsterdam, 1628 - The Hague, 1671)
          May. 13, 2022

          JAN DE BISSCHOP (Amsterdam, 1628 - The Hague, 1671)

          Est: €400 - €500

          Saint John the Evangelist Ink and watercolour on paper applied on cardboard, cm. 12x10,5 The drawing bears an inscription on the pedestal at lower left: "APOC [ALISSE] 2:8". PROVENANCE: Private collection, Rome.

          Bertolami Fine Arts s.r.l.
        • JAN DE BISSCHOP. Amsterdam (1628) / The Hague (1671). "Dance in a Bacchanal Scene".
          Apr. 05, 2022

          JAN DE BISSCHOP. Amsterdam (1628) / The Hague (1671). "Dance in a Bacchanal Scene".

          Est: €10,500 - €14,000

          Inscribed on the reverse in dark brown ink "van Bisschop". Work based on one of the six engravings from the series "Bacchanales" by Michel Dorigny (1617-1665). Provenance: - Private collection New York (1977); P. and Colnaghi Co., Ltd., London; Private collection. Pen, ink and charcoal on paper. 25.8 x 19.2 cm

          Ansorena
        • Jan de Bisschop Classical Antiquity Etchings, 2
          Feb. 20, 2022

          Jan de Bisschop Classical Antiquity Etchings, 2

          Est: $400 - $600

          Jan de Bisschop (Dutch, c. 1628 - 1671), "Farnese Hercules" and "Fleeing Daughter of Niobe," etching, monogrammed in plate, in the series Signorum Veterum Icones. Image: 9" H x 4.5" W; frame: 13.5" H x 8.5" W

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        • JAN DE BISSCHOP (Amsterdam 1628-1671 The Hague) Two groups of men by an alt
          Jan. 28, 2022

          JAN DE BISSCHOP (Amsterdam 1628-1671 The Hague) Two groups of men by an alt

          Est: $1,500 - $2,000

          JAN DE BISSCHOP (Amsterdam 1628-1671 The Hague) Two groups of men by an altar, after the antique pen and brown ink, brown wash 3 1/2 x 5 1/4 in. (8.9 x 13.3 cm)

          Christie's
        • THE REAL PRESENCE IN THE HOLY SACRAMENT (DISPUTA).
          Jun. 17, 2021

          THE REAL PRESENCE IN THE HOLY SACRAMENT (DISPUTA).

          Est: €7,000 - €8,000

          Drawing, brown wash over black chalk, 40 x 51,5 cm, laid paper, unsigned (laid down on cardb. support, vague central fold, two repaired tears at lower left, repaired tear (3 cm) at upper edge, sm. def. at lower right). - The Dutch painter Jan De Bisschop (1628-1671) was known to have made several drawings after paintings and oil sketches by Rubens, between 1660 and 1670. This magnificent sepia drawing was made after Rubens' triptych in the church of St Paul in Antwerp, depicting the Church Fathers discussing the meaning of the Holy Sacrament, an issue of great importance during the Counter-Reformation in the Southern Low Countries. There are two versions of this drawing, one being in the Albertina in Vienna (inv. 15103) of a slightly smaller size, and the present sheet. The drawing has been part of the collection of the renowned Rubens scholar Ludwig Burchard and was last recorded in 1978, in the collection of Mr. John P. Hardy in London. The RKD database mentions the present wherabouts of the sheet as unkown. - Ref. https://rkd.nl/explore/images/252262. - Corpus Rubenianum, VIII, no. 56a, copy 1. - J.G. van Gelder, Rubens Marginalia I, The Burlington Magazine 120 (1978), p. 456. - Prov. Ludwich Burchard (1886-1960). - G. de Leval. (letter dated 7/1/1939 on verso of frame). - John P. Hardy.

          Arenberg Auctions
        • "L'Adoration des Mages" pinceau d'encre grise et lavis sur papier vergé. Dans le goût de Jan de Biss
          Feb. 23, 2021

          "L'Adoration des Mages" pinceau d'encre grise et lavis sur papier vergé. Dans le goût de Jan de Biss

          Est: €300 - €400

          "L'Adoration des Mages" pinceau d'encre grise et lavis sur papier vergé. Dans le goût de Jan de Bisschop. Ecole hollandaise. Epoque: XVIIème. Dim.(feuille):+/-281x183mm.

          Vanderkindere
        • JAN DE BISSCHOP(Amsterdam 1628-1671 The Hague) - View of Tivoli
          Jan. 28, 2021

          JAN DE BISSCHOP(Amsterdam 1628-1671 The Hague) - View of Tivoli

          Est: $2,000 - $3,000

          JAN DE BISSCHOP(Amsterdam 1628-1671 The Hague) View of Tivoli JAN DE BISSCHOP(Amsterdam 1628-1671 The Hague) View of Tivoli inscribed ‘Tussen Tivoli en Palestrina’ (verso) pen and brown ink, brown wash 4¹⁄₄ x 6¹⁄₄ inches (10.8 x 15.8 cm)

          Christie's
        • Jan de Bisschop (c. 1628-1671): Male Nude with Arms Raised
          Sep. 17, 2020

          Jan de Bisschop (c. 1628-1671): Male Nude with Arms Raised

          Est: $300 - $500

          Engraving in black on laid paper; together with Jan Luyken (1649-1712): Punishment, engraving on laid paper with partial text at top. 9 1/2 x 4 1/2 in. (sheet), 13 3/4 x 10 in. (frame), 4 3/4 x 5 3/4 in. (sheet), 9 1/2 x 10 in. (frame). John Richardson: A Scholar Collects

          STAIR
        • JAN DE BISSCHOP ENGRAVING – THE WRESTLERS
          Aug. 13, 2020

          JAN DE BISSCHOP ENGRAVING – THE WRESTLERS

          Est: $200 - $250

          (Dutch, 1628-1671), engraved plate #20, laid on paper, bearing Bisschop’s monogram (J.E.F.) in plate, left margin trimmed, minimal stains at lower left, image 7x6in., in Eastlake frame, overall 14x12in.

          Leighton Galleries
        • JOHANNES EPISCOPIUS
          Jun. 16, 2020

          JOHANNES EPISCOPIUS

          Est: -

          JOHANNES EPISCOPIUS (Amsterdam 1628 - L'Aja 1671) SCULTURA MARMOREA Incisione all'acquaforte, cm. 18,5 x 12 Firma in basso In cornice

          Casa d'Aste Babuino
        • JOHANNES EPISCOPIUS
          Jun. 25, 2018

          JOHANNES EPISCOPIUS

          Est: €80 - €120

          JOHANNES EPISCOPIUS (Amsterdam 1628 - The Aja 1671) MARMOREAL SCULPTURE Etching, cm. 18,5 x 12 Signatures at the bottom Framed

          Casa d'Aste Babuino
        • JAN DE BISSCHOP | Amaryllis and Mirtillo after Sir Anthony van Dyck
          Jul. 05, 2017

          JAN DE BISSCHOP | Amaryllis and Mirtillo after Sir Anthony van Dyck

          Est: £10,000 - £15,000

          Point of the brush and three shades of brown wash, over traces of black chalk, within brown ink framing lines; signed in pen and brown ink, lower left: J: de Bischop. fecit.

          Sotheby's
        • Bisschop, Jan de: Der Tempel des Marius in Rom
          Nov. 25, 2016

          Bisschop, Jan de: Der Tempel des Marius in Rom

          Est: €14,000 - €15,000

          Der Tempel des Marius in Rom.Schwarze Kreide, braun laviert. 9,6 x 15,6 cm. In brauner Feder eigenh. bez. "Castrúm aqúae Julija fronte g hod. Falso trophee de Mario". Um 1657.Jan de Bisschop, der Zeit seines Lebens seine Tätigkeit als Jurist beibehielt, tat sich künstlerisch vor allem als Radierer und als Zeichner von Landschaften hervor. Insbesondere von Bartholomeus Breenbergh, einem bedeutenden Vertreter der ersten Generation der Italianisanten, war de Bisschop nachhaltig beeinflusst. Durch Breenbergh erhielt er nicht nur die praktische Unterweisung in der Zeichenkunst, sondern er wurde auch mit den Zeichnungen der Zeitgenossen wie Poelenburgh, Swanevelt, Claude Lorrain und Poussin vertraut, die Breenbergh als sammelnder Künstler in Italien zusammengetragen hatte. Diese wie auch Breenberghs eigene Zeichnungen mit italienischen Motiven dienten de Bisschop als Quelle seiner Schöpfungen. Ob Jan de Bisschop selbst Italien bereist hat, ist in der Forschung immer noch nicht eindeutig geklärt. Gegenwärtig wird jedoch angenommen, dass sich der Künstler für einige Monate im Jahr 1657 in Italien aufgehalten habe und dort über 75 Ansichten und Studien nach römischen Monumenten angefertigt habe, darunter Veduten von Albano, Velletri, Tivoli, Rom und Neapel. Wie alle von de Bisschops italienischen Zeichnungen ist auch die vorliegende undatiert. Stilistisch dürfte sie aber wohl aus der Zeit um 1657 datieren, der reifen Schaffensphase des Künstlers, während der de Bisschop die lineare Graphit-Unterzeichnung mit der gekonnten Pinselzeichnung virtuos kombiniert und Meisterwerke schafft, die das südliche Licht und die Stimmung der Campagna kongenial einfangen. - Provenienz: Lord Northwick (1770-1859).Captain E. G. Spencer-Chruchill (1876-1964).I. Q. van Regteren Altena, Amsterdam (Lugt 4617). - Ausstellung: Ausst. Amsterdam Koninklijk Oudheidkundig Genootschap 1940: Hoe Hollandse teekenaars Rome zagen 1500 - 1840 (ohne Katalog).Ausst. Amsterdam, Amsterdam Museum 1995: In de ban van Italie: Tekeningen uit een Amsterdamse verzamling, Nr. 29. - Literatur: I. Oud, M. Jonker und M. Schapelhouman: In de ban van Italie: Tekeningen uit een Amsterdamse verzamling. Ausst. Kat. Amsterdam 1995, Nr. 29. - Wir bitten darum, Zustandsberichte zu den Losen zu erfragen, da der Erhaltungszustand nur in Ausnahmefällen im Katalog angegeben ist. - Please ask for condition reports for individual lots, as the condition is usually not mentioned in the catalogue.

          Galerie Bassenge
        • Jan de Bisschop, Five Small Studies of Horses
          Nov. 19, 2016

          Jan de Bisschop, Five Small Studies of Horses

          Est: €2,000 - €2,500

          Jan de Bisschop, Five Small Studies of Horses

          Kunsthaus Lempertz KG
        • JAN DE BISSCHOP | Sixteen sheets with studies of horses
          Jan. 28, 2016

          JAN DE BISSCHOP | Sixteen sheets with studies of horses

          Est: $6,000 - $8,000

          All pen and brown ink and wash; laid down on four album sheets

          Sotheby's
        • JAN DE BISSCHOP (EPISCOPIUS) (1628-1672)Set of 101 engravings of antique sculpture (after Caracci, Cigoli, Domenichino, Michelangelo, Salviati, Vasari and others) all with numbers, fine to good impressions, on blue paper with wide margins, generally
          Dec. 09, 2015

          JAN DE BISSCHOP (EPISCOPIUS) (1628-1672)Set of 101 engravings of antique sculpture (after Caracci, Cigoli, Domenichino, Michelangelo, Salviati, Vasari and others) all with numbers, fine to good impressions, on blue paper with wide margins, generally

          Est: €500 - €750

          English JAN DE BISSCHOP (EPISCOPIUS) (1628-1672) Set of 101 engravings of antique sculpture (after Caracci, Cigoli, Domenichino, Michelangelo, Salviati, Vasari and others) all with numbers, fine to good impressions, on blue paper with wide margins, generally in good condition, bound in. 323 x 234 mm. Dutch JAN DE BISSCHOP (EPISCOPIUS) (1628-1672) 'Signorum veterum icones'. Tweede deel (eerste deel: Paradigmata graphices variorum artificum) volledig met titelgravure gevolgd door 100 gegraveerde voorstellingen van beelden van de Antieken naar Salviati, Vasari, De Gheyn, Poelenburg, De Bakker e.a., gedrukt op blauwachtig geschept papier, vervat in album. French JAN DE BISSCHOP (EPISCOPIUS) (1628-1672) 'Signorum veterum icones'. Tweede deel (eerste deel: Paradigmata graphices variorum artificum) volledig met titelgravure gevolgd door 100 gegraveerde voorstellingen van beelden van de Antieken naar Salviati, Vasari, De Gheyn, Poelenburg, De Bakker e.a., gedrukt op blauwachtig geschept papier, vervat in album.

          Bernaerts Auctioneers
        • Jan de BISSCHOP (Amsterdam 1628-La Haye 1671) Deux personnages dans un paysage Plume et encre brune sur traits de crayon noir, lavis...
          Nov. 18, 2015

          Jan de BISSCHOP (Amsterdam 1628-La Haye 1671) Deux personnages dans un paysage Plume et encre brune sur traits de crayon noir, lavis...

          Est: €500 - €600

          Jan de BISSCHOP (Amsterdam 1628-La Haye 1671) Deux personnages dans un paysage Plume et encre brune sur traits de crayon noir, lavis brun 19,5 x 14cm Mauvais état: manques, déchirures

          Tajan
        • Graziani, Antonio Maria
          Dec. 17, 2014

          Graziani, Antonio Maria

          Est: -

          Graziani, Antonio Maria. De bello Cyprio libri quinque. Roma, Alessandro Zannetti, 1624. In 2° (265 x 190 mm); [8], 330, [30] pagine con l'ultima carta bianca presente. Frontespizio figurato inciso da Claude Mellan e disegnato da Antonio Circignani, testo entro cornice (qualche brunitura.) Legatura del secolo XX in piena pelle bionda con cornice dorata ai piatti, titolo in oro al dorso. Prima edizione pubblicata postuma dal nipote Carlo di questa relazione scritta in occasione della perdita veneziana dell'isola di Cipro, avvenuta nel 1571. Blackmer 726. 400,00 €

          Aste Bolaffi
        • Jan de Bisschop (Amsterdam 1628-1671 The Hague)
          Dec. 02, 2014

          Jan de Bisschop (Amsterdam 1628-1671 The Hague)

          Est: £1,000 - £1,500

          Jan de Bisschop (Amsterdam 1628-1671 The Hague) The Virgin and child, after Giulio Romano with inscription 'Giulio Romano' and with number '11' pen and brown ink, brown wash 9½ x 7 2/3 in. (24 x 19.5 cm.)

          Christie's
        • Jan de Bisschop Amsterdam, 1628 - La Haye, 1671 Portrait d'un érudit, d'après Quentin Metsys Lavis brun sur trait de crayon
          Nov. 18, 2014

          Jan de Bisschop Amsterdam, 1628 - La Haye, 1671 Portrait d'un érudit, d'après Quentin Metsys Lavis brun sur trait de crayon

          Est: €3,000 - €4,000

          Jan de Bisschop Amsterdam, 1628 - La Haye, 1671 Portrait d'un érudit, d'après Quentin Metsys Lavis brun sur trait de crayon Annoté 'Quintijn Mestys 1635.' à la plume au verso 'PORTRAIT OF A SCHOLAR, AFTER Q. METSYS', BROWN WASH, INSCRIBED, BY J. DE BISSCHOP h: 23 w: 18,50 cm Provenance : Ancienne collection Jean Michaux, libraire au Palais-Royal et grand-père de l'actuelle propriétaire ; Collection particulière, Paris Commentaire : Notre dessin est une reprise avec quelques variantes d'un portrait d'homme de Quentin Metsys aujourd'hui conservé à Francfort au Städel Museum.

          Artcurial
        • Attribué à Jan de BISSCHOP (Amsterdam 1628-LaHaye 1671) Vue de Venise: San Giorgio Maggiore Plume et encre brune sur traits de crayo...
          Nov. 05, 2014

          Attribué à Jan de BISSCHOP (Amsterdam 1628-LaHaye 1671) Vue de Venise: San Giorgio Maggiore Plume et encre brune sur traits de crayo...

          Est: €4,000 - €6,000

          Attribué à Jan de BISSCHOP (Amsterdam 1628-LaHaye 1671) Vue de Venise: San Giorgio Maggiore Plume et encre brune sur traits de crayon noir, lavis brun 18 x 26,5cm Déchirure restaurée

          Tajan
        • Bisschop, Jan de: Joseph vertzeilt das Korn in Ägypten
          May. 29, 2014

          Bisschop, Jan de: Joseph vertzeilt das Korn in Ägypten

          Est: €6,000 - €7,500

          Josef verteilt das Korn in Ägypten. Radierung. 49,7 x 69,8 cm. Hollstein 1 II (von III). Wz. Gekröntes Straßburger Lilienwappen. Bei diesem monumentalen Blatt des aus Amsterdam gebürtigen Zeichners und Radierers Jan de Bisschop handelt es sich um die Wiederholung einer Radierung seines Zeitgenossen Bartholomeus Breenbergh. Bisschop folgte dem Original recht genau, verwandte das gleiche Format, war jedoch in technischer Hinsicht seinem Vorbild überlegen. Während das Original Breenberghs von zwei Kupferplatten gedruckt wurde, benutzte Bisschop nur eine einzige Kupferplatte, was sich beim Drucken als schwieriger erweist. Breenbergh und Bischop nahmen die Episode aus der Josephsgeschichte (Buch Genesis 42,55-57) als Anlass für eine großartige Inszenierung. Das Ganze findet vor einer großartigen Architekturkulisse statt, die profunde Kenntnisse der antiken Bauten und der Palastarchitektur Roms verrät. Sowohl Breenbergh wie auch Bisschop hätten längere Zeit in Rom verbracht und waren also mit den architektonischen Wahrzeichen der Ewigen Stadt bestens vertraut. Als Radierer war Bisschop seinem Vorbild keineswegs unterlegen. Die Darstellung ist in einer sehr souveränen und versierten Radiertechnik ausgeführt und Bisschop beherrschte auch das Prinzip der Stufenätzung auf vollkommene Art und Weise, wie die subtilen tonalen Unterschiede zwischen Vorder-und Hintergrund belegen. Nach seiner Rückkehr aus Italien lebte und arbeitete der Künstler vorwiegend in Den Haag, wo er 1671 an der Schwindsucht verstarb. Unser Blatt trägt verso die Sammlerparaphe des berühmten Connaisseurs und Graphikhändlers Pierre Mariette II (1634-1716) sowie das Datum 1669. Es ist daher möglich, dass Mariette die Radierung direkt vom Künstler erworben hat. Prachtvoller, gegensatzreicher und leicht toniger Druck mit feinem Rändchen, vor der Adresse von P. Schenk. Minimale Randläsuren, sonst vorzüglich erhaltenes Exemplar.

          Bassenge Auctions
        • BISSCHOP, JAN DE (Amsterdam 1628 - 1671 The
          Mar. 30, 2012

          BISSCHOP, JAN DE (Amsterdam 1628 - 1671 The

          Est: CHF4,000 - CHF6,000

          BISSCHOP, JAN DE (Amsterdam 1628 - 1671 The Hague) View of The Hague with herdsmen, riders and passers-by. Black chalk and brown brush. On hand-made paper with watermark: Lilly over coat of arms with band. Old inscription and signature (?) verso in brown pen: The Hagueh na't Leven gezekennt van Jan de Bisshop. Ausserdem später mit Bleistift bezeichnet: Gezichtbuiten s' Hage Jan de Bisschop a Moickenross A. 1650. (barely legible in places). 24.5 x 42.2 cm. Framed. BISSCHOP, JAN DE (Amsterdam 1628 - 1671 Den Haag) Blick auf Den Haag mit Hirten, Reitern und Passanten. Schwarze Kreide, Pinsel in Braun. Auf Bütten mit Wz: Lilie über Wappenschild mit Band. Mit brauner Feder verso alt bezeichnet und signiert (?): Den Haagh na't Leven gezekennt van Jan de Bisshop. Ausserdem später mit Bleistift bezeichnet: Gezichtbuiten s' Hage Jan de Bisschop a Moickenross A. 1650. (teils schwer lesbar). 24,5 x 42,2 cm. Gerahmt.

          Koller Auctions
        • Jan de Bisschop (Dutch, 1628-1671)
          Mar. 03, 2012

          Jan de Bisschop (Dutch, 1628-1671)

          Est: $700 - $1,000

          Jan de Bisschop (Dutch, 1628-1671) suite of four engravings after various artists, all bearing Bisschop's monogram in plate "J.E.F.", sight 11" x 6-3/4". All glazed, handsomely French matted and presented in silver-gilt frames.

          New Orleans Auction Galleries
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