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copperplate engraver, Printer, b. 1537 - d. 1612

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        • GALLE PHILIPS (1537 - 1612) gravure : "De visie va…
          Mar. 02, 2024

          GALLE PHILIPS (1537 - 1612) gravure : "De visie va…

          Est: €50 - €150

          GALLE PHILIPS (1537 - 1612) gravure : "De visie van Petrus over onreine dieren" - 20 x 26 naar een werk van Jan van der Straeten Philips Galle engraving after a work by Jan van der Straeten

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        • Philip Galle. 5 engravings. Hunting and fishing scenes. 4 from "Hunting Parties" after Jan Stradanus including Elephant Hunt, Ostrich Hunt, Lion Hunt. Each matted, 14" x 18". One trimmed heavily. Other with various co...
          Feb. 25, 2024

          Philip Galle. 5 engravings. Hunting and fishing scenes. 4 from "Hunting Parties" after Jan Stradanus including Elephant Hunt, Ostrich Hunt, Lion Hunt. Each matted, 14" x 18". One trimmed heavily. Other with various co...

          Est: $200 - $300

          Philip Galle. 5 engravings. Hunting and fishing scenes. 4 from "Hunting Parties" after Jan Stradanus including Elephant Hunt, Ostrich Hunt, Lion Hunt. Each matted, 14" x 18". One trimmed heavily. Other with various condition flaws. Provenance: The Winfield Robbins print collection of Arlington, Massachusetts.

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        • Philip Galle. 13 engravings on paper. 16th/17th century. To include: 7 works after Maarten van Heemskerck, 3 works after Jan Stradanus, 1 after Maerten de Vos, and several others. Each matted, 14" x 18"., Provenance: ...
          Feb. 25, 2024

          Philip Galle. 13 engravings on paper. 16th/17th century. To include: 7 works after Maarten van Heemskerck, 3 works after Jan Stradanus, 1 after Maerten de Vos, and several others. Each matted, 14" x 18"., Provenance: ...

          Est: $200 - $300

          Philip Galle. 13 engravings on paper. 16th/17th century. To include: 7 works after Maarten van Heemskerck, 3 works after Jan Stradanus, 1 after Maerten de Vos, and several others. Each matted, 14" x 18". Provenance: The Winfield Robbins print collection of Arlington, Massachusetts.

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        • Philip Galle (After Maerten Van Heemskerck). 6 engravings of the Seven Wonders of the World and the Ruins of the Colosseum. To include: The Pharos of Alexandria, Temple of Diana (Artemis) at Ephesus, Mausoleum at Hali...
          Feb. 25, 2024

          Philip Galle (After Maerten Van Heemskerck). 6 engravings of the Seven Wonders of the World and the Ruins of the Colosseum. To include: The Pharos of Alexandria, Temple of Diana (Artemis) at Ephesus, Mausoleum at Hali...

          Est: $300 - $500

          Philip Galle (After Maerten Van Heemskerck). 6 engravings of the Seven Wonders of the World and the Ruins of the Colosseum. To include: The Pharos of Alexandria, Temple of Diana (Artemis) at Ephesus, Mausoleum at Halicarnassus, The Colossus of Rhodes, The Statue of Zeus at Olympia, and the Ruins of the Colosseum. Each with contemporaneous ink inscriptions along upper margin. Pencil inscriptions lower margins with Hollstein notes. Each matted, 14" x 18". Provenance: The Winfield Robbins print collection of Arlington, Massachusetts.

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        • Philip Galle Virginia
          Feb. 20, 2024

          Philip Galle Virginia

          Est: €200 - €300

          after Maarten de Vos. Burin 9.4x15.4 cm Fresh impression on laid and watermarked paper, trimmed to the platemark as usual. Good general condition with slight thinning at the corners.

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        • Philip Galle The nymph Hippocrene
          Feb. 20, 2024

          Philip Galle The nymph Hippocrene

          Est: €200 - €300

          engraving, 10.5x17.5 cm. Fresh impression on laid and watermarked paper, trimmed to the platemark as usual. Reinforcement along the margins on the reverse; very good general condition.

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        • Philip Galle The Temple of Diana in Ephesus
          Feb. 20, 2024

          Philip Galle The Temple of Diana in Ephesus

          Est: €500 - €1,000

          part of a series of eight dedicated to the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World, plus an eighth wonder, the Colosseum of Rome, engraved after Maerten van Heemskerck drawings and printed in Antwerp in 1572. Engraving, 26x21 cm. New Hollstein 517. Rare I state of 3. Printed on laid and watermarked paper, trimmed to the platemark as usual. Light foxing but in very good overall condition.

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        • Galle, Philipp
          Feb. 16, 2024

          Galle, Philipp

          Est: €200 - €300

          (1537 Haarlem - Antwerpen 1612). Der Heilige Petrus heilt Aeneas in Lydda. Bl. 17 aus der Folge "Acta Apostolorum". Kupferstich auf Bütten n. M.van Heemskerck, ca. 1575. 20 x 27, Blgr. 24 x 30,5 cm. Mit dem Namenszug, lat. Text, Nr. 17 u. schraffierter Nr. 15 i.d. Platte. New Ho. 204. - Etw. fleckig, unt. re. unterl. Eckabriss, darüber Wurmspur. - ╔Dabei: Ders.╗ Labor und Diligentia genießen ihre einfache Mahlzeit. - Der fleißige Arbeiter ist nach dem Tod mit Christus vereint. Bl. 5 u. 6 aus der Folge "Die Belohnung von Arbeit und Gewissenhaftigkeit". Ebenso n. M.van Heemskerck, ca. 1572. Je ca. 19,3 x 24,4, Blgr. 27,5 x 34 cm. Mit dem Namenszug (1) lat. Text u. Nr. i.d. Platte. - New Ho. 306 bzw. 308. - Etw. fleckig. - ╔Dirk Volkertszoon Coornhert╗ (1522-1590). Isebel versiegelt die gefälschten Briefe. Aus der Folge von 6 Bl. "Geschichte von Ahab, Isebel und Nabot". Ebenso n. M.van Heemskerck bei C.J.Visscher, um 1561. 20 x 24,5, Blgr. 27,5 x 32,5 cm. Mit den Namensz., lat. Text. u. Nr. 2 i.d. Platte. Am unt. w. Rd. hs. Marg. in Sepia. - Aus New Ho. 132-137. - Vereinz. fleckig Zus. 4 Bl.

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        • Galle, Philipp
          Feb. 16, 2024

          Galle, Philipp

          Est: €200 - €300

          (1537 Haarlem - 1612 Antwerpen). Die Klage des Propheten Jona. - Blatt 4 aus der Folge der Geschichte des Propheten. Kupferstich, 1566. 20,5 x 24,9 cm. New Hollstein 78. - Rechts bis an d. Darst. beschnitten.

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        • Portrait of Andres Vesalius, Philips Galle
          Dec. 14, 2023

          Portrait of Andres Vesalius, Philips Galle

          Est: €475 - €650

          Portrait of Andreas Vesalius (1514-1564). He was a southern Dutch physician and anatomist (one of the founders of anatomy). Engraving made in Antwerp in 1572 by Philips Galle (1537-1612). References: New Hollstein Dutch 686 1b(2), In very good condition. Printed on laid paper with large margins, very good dark early impression with the ruling lines to engrave the text clearly visible, only with the first impressions. Written in old iron ink the in Latin with date 1579 at the right below in the text.

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        • Gilles Coignet, Philips Galle, The four ages: Iron, Bronze, Silver, Gold
          Dec. 14, 2023

          Gilles Coignet, Philips Galle, The four ages: Iron, Bronze, Silver, Gold

          Est: €2,200 - €2,800

          The four ages: Gold, Silver, Bronze, Iron. After drawings/paintings of Gilles Coignet. Complete set of four engravings made by Philips Galle (1537-1612) in Antwerp in 1573 during the 80 years religious war. The series starts with the Golden age, peace, paradise and ends with the Iron age, war. References: All four first state engravings. New Hollstein Dutch 378-1(4), New Hollstein Dutch 379-1(2), New Hollstein Dutch 380-1(2), New Hollstein Dutch 381-1(2)All four printed on the same kind and size laid paper. This set has been in a 16th century receuil of prints. This is why the paper was cut in the same way and caused that the first engraving is trimmed just on the lower margin and the Silver era is trimmed just on the upper margin and the Iron age is trimmed just in the lower margin. Rare set of engravings born together in a good impression. All four the same watermark: crowned shield.

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        • Sea and river gods, complete set with title, Philips Galle, Carel Collaert
          Dec. 14, 2023

          Sea and river gods, complete set with title, Philips Galle, Carel Collaert

          Est: €2,200 - €2,500

          Complete set of Sea and River gods, title and 17 engravings made in Antwerp in 1586 by Philips Galle (1537-1612), second rare edition published by Carel Collaert (1598-1654) in Antwerp. Only one other second edition known, now in Paris ( Hollstein). Title page second state al others first state. there are tree editions, First Philips Galle, Second Carel Collaert, Third Johannes Galle (without title, with the nymphs and new numbers). Title, Oceanus, Neptune, Nereus, Glaucus, Protheus, Portunus, Nilus, Acheolus, Danubius, Rhenus, Tibris, Acis, Tagus, Rodanus, Ligeris, Scaldis, Tamesis. Title page second state all others first state before the changing of the numbers. Soo Title Hollstein 412 2(2) second edition, (third edition has no titlepage). Others Hollstein 413 - 429 1(2) first state of two. All 17 engravings in good condition. Printed on the same kind of laid paper. Set is born together and kept together. title with a watermark. Good dark impressions before the third edition of Johannas Galle. Rare set with titlepage.

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        • Philips Galle (1537-1612) -The misery of human life - Complete series (6)
          Dec. 14, 2023

          Philips Galle (1537-1612) -The misery of human life - Complete series (6)

          Est: €1,800 - €2,400

          Rare complete series in 6 plates on the miseries of human life, all numbered and the first plate signed PG. 1563 with the publishers address Car Collart excu. The images were designed by Maarten van Heemskerck and engraved by Philips Galle. Plate 1: Man is born naked. An allegorical scene with personification of nature handing a naked child to a woman in the center. On the right, another woman is holding a swaddled baby. The surrounding landscape is filled with a variety of animals. Plate 2: Man must learn everything. In the foreground, two women are busy with some toddlers who need help. In the background, the landscape with rock formation and coastline is filled with animals. Plate 3: Man is exposed to danger and disease. Six men walk in the foreground including a blind man, a cripple and a man with a toothache. Plate 4: Man is tormented by sin. Personifications of Greed (Avarita), Wrong Opinion (Opnio), Envy (Invidia), Sadness (Tristitia) and Haughtiness (Superbia) afflict man (Homo). The character Conscience (Conscientia) tries to lead him on the right path by using a mirror that offers insight and a rod that represents punishment. Plate 5: Man is beset by poverty, imprisonment and death. In this allegorical scene, we see poverty as an old woman, a man in chains and a man who is just falling on a sword. In the background, a body falls from a rock with a burning town. Plate 6: Man is always fighting. Spread across the print we behold fighting pairs of men. In contrast, we find pairs of animals quietly enjoying each other's company. --- A very rare complete series of humanistic prints seldom found on the market. Not in the Rijksmuseum, and only two on six in the British Museum.

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        • Galle, Philipp
          Dec. 13, 2023

          Galle, Philipp

          Est: €50 - €80

          (1537 Haarlem - 1612 Antwerpen). Titelblatt zu den "Waffentaten der Medici", Medicea Familiae rerum feliciter gestarum victoria et triumphi. Kupferstich n. Johannes Stradanus. 25,8 x 31 cm. Plgr. 20,7 x 28 cm. - Auf weißem Rand minimal fl. R

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        • Galle, Philips: Die Vier Elemente
          Nov. 29, 2023

          Galle, Philips: Die Vier Elemente

          Est: €1,500 - €1,800

          Die Vier Elemente. 4 Kupferstiche. Je ca. 19,1 x 24,2 cm. 1564. TIB 56, .086, Hollstein 365-368, Sellink/Leesberg (New Hollstein) 365-368, je II. Wz. Malteser Kreuz mit zwei Dreiblättern darüber. -- -- Die vorliegende Folge der "Vier Elemente", die im ersten BlattTerra auf 1564 datiert ist, zählt zu den frühesten Arbeiten Galles, die er im eigenen Verlag in Haarlem herausgab. Das Thema der "Vier Elemente" gehört ebenso wie etwa die Motive der „Vier Jahreszeiten“, „Der Planeten“ oder der „Zwölf Monate“ zum gängigen ikonographischen Vokabular der Zeit. Für seine allegorische Darstellung hat Galle die Götter Kybele (Erde), Jupiter (Feuer), Juno (Luft) sowie Neptun (Wasser) gewählt. Im Vergleich zu anderen zeitgenössischen Folgen der Elemente, in denen die Gottheiten häufig mit zahlreichen Staffagefiguren und ausführlicher Symbolik dargestellt werden, verzichtet Galle größtenteils auf ikonographisches Beiwerk. Die weiblichen und männlichen Personifizierungen werden durch das ihnen zugeteilte Symbol identifiziert, das durch sie visualisierte Element dient lediglich als Hintergrundfolie. Diese reduzierte, ikonographisch neuartige Auffassung ist kennzeichnend für die Kupferstichkunst Galles. Die disziplinierte, präzise Technik verleiht den Darstellungen eine bemerkenswerte visuelle Ausdruckskraft. - Ausgezeichnete, gleichmäßige Drucke mit breitem Rand, Terra mit feinem Rändchen unten. Leichte Alters- und Gebrauchsspuren, geringfügig fingerfleckig, leichte Randläsuren, sonst in einheitlicher und sehr guter Erhaltung. -- -- - 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.

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        • Galle, Philips: Die Trübsal des menschlichen Lebens
          Nov. 29, 2023

          Galle, Philips: Die Trübsal des menschlichen Lebens

          Est: €2,000 - €2,400

          Die Trübsal des menschlichen Lebens. 6 Kupferstiche. Je ca. 18,6 x 24,2 cm. (1563). TIB 56, 072, Sellink/Leesberg (New Hollstein) 287-292 I (von II). -- -- Die vorliegende, 1563 entstandene Folge ist ein charakteristisches und frühes Beispiel für den Stil des Philips Galle. Sie geht auf eigene Inventionen zurück und wurde zweifellos für eine gelehrte, humanistische Klientel konzipiert. In sechs Episoden schildert Galle die Trübsale des menschlichen Lebens. Die Einzelszenen illustrieren Verse des niederländischen Humanisten Hadrianus Junius (1511 - 1575) und reflektieren das pessimistische geistige Klima des späteren 16. Jahrhunderts. Galle zeigt, wie der Mensch nackt und hilflos geboren wird und durch Mühsal alles erlernen muß. Das dritte Blatt setzt sich mit den Gefahren und Krankheiten auseinander, denen der Sterbliche auf seinem irdischen Weg begegnet. Zu den weiteren Geißeln der Menschheit gehören seine Sündhaftigkeit, die Qualen der Armut und der Gewalttätigkeit, die in den drei letzten Blättern thematisiert werden. So entsteht in teils symbolisch verschlüsselten, teils drastischen Bildern ein Kompendium der conditio humana. Die derbe, etwas trocken wirkende Kupferstichtechnik, der jegliche Frivolität fehlt, verleiht den Einzelszenen eine wuchtige, expressive Kraft. Ausgezeichnete, tonige Probedrucke vor den Versen von Junius im Blockdruck und vor der Adresse von Carolus Collaert. Leichte Altersspuren, etwas gebräunt, sonst sehr gut erhalten. -- -- - 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.

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        • Philips Galle, Tre tavole da La storia di Adone. 1579.
          Nov. 28, 2023

          Philips Galle, Tre tavole da La storia di Adone. 1579.

          Est: €380 - €760

          Philips Galle, Tre tavole da La storia di Adone. 1579. Bulino. mm 208/214x300/305. New Hollstein, 400, 402, 403. Tavole 1,3 e 4 da La storia di Adone serie in quattro fogli da invenzioni di Anthonie Blocklandt van Montfoort (Montfoort, 1532 - Utrecht, 1583). Ottime prove nel II stato dopo la comparsa della numerazione, su carta vergellata sottile con filigrana "P gotico e trifoglio" e contromarca "W" visibile su due fogli. Alla tavola 3 in basso al centro marchio a secco di collezione non identificata (Lugt, 2810). (3)

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        • [Portraits]. Galle, Philip (1537-1612). (Portrait of Giralomo Savonarola).
          Nov. 24, 2023

          [Portraits]. Galle, Philip (1537-1612). (Portrait of Giralomo Savonarola).

          Est: €150 - €250

          [Portraits]. Galle, Philip (1537-1612). (Portrait of Giralomo Savonarola). Engraving, 17,5x12,4 cm. = New Hollstein 675. AND 24 other portraits of artists, scientists and rulers, i.a. Rogier van der Weyden, Dirk Bouts, Bernard van Orley, Abraham Bloemaert and the Duke of Alva (by Hessel GERRITSZ).

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        • Galle, Philips (1537-1612). The pyramids of Egypt.
          Nov. 24, 2023

          Galle, Philips (1537-1612). The pyramids of Egypt.

          Est: €70 - €90

          Galle, Philips (1537-1612). The pyramids of Egypt. Engr. after Maarten VAN HEEMSKERCK, from the set of The eight wonders of the world, 21,1x25,5 cm. - Trimmed on/ just within the borderline. = Hollstein 478, 1st state (of 4).

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        • Galle, Philips (1537-1612). Pales (keeping livestock).
          Nov. 24, 2023

          Galle, Philips (1537-1612). Pales (keeping livestock).

          Est: €80 - €100

          Galle, Philips (1537-1612). Pales (keeping livestock). Engraving, 20,5x24,7 cm., 1574. - Sl. browned and w. sm. waterstain in lower margin, sl. within the caption; ample margins. = New Hollstein 383, 1st state of 2. Part of a series of 8 engravings depicting personifications of trades and professions.

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        • Galle, Philips (1537-1612). Orpha leaving Ruth and Naomi.
          Nov. 24, 2023

          Galle, Philips (1537-1612). Orpha leaving Ruth and Naomi.

          Est: €120 - €150

          Galle, Philips (1537-1612). Orpha leaving Ruth and Naomi. Engraving after Adriaen DE WEERDT, 21,4x27 cm., w. the address of C.J. Visscher. - Closed tear in upper part. = New Hollstein 18, 2nd state of 2. Part of the Theatrum Biblicum. Idem. The Discovery of Holofernes's corpse. Engraving after Marten VAN HEEMSKERCK, 20,4x24,8 cm. - Trimmed on the platemark; w. extended margins. = New Hollstein 86. With the collection marks of the Bibliotheque National de France (Lugt 400 and 409). AND 7 others by the same, i.a. after Marten VAN HEEMSKERCK, i.a. Daniel refusing to worship Bel (New Hollstein 93, 2nd state); The Annunciation to Zacharias (lower right corner repaired; New Hollstein 175, 1564, 1st state of 3) and The People of Sodom struck blind (dam. and frayed; New Hollstein 7).

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        • Galle, Philipp
          Oct. 14, 2023

          Galle, Philipp

          Est: €80 - €120

          (1537 Haarlem - 1612 Antwerpen). Titelblatt zu den "Waffentaten der Medici", Medicea Familiae rerum feliciter gestarum victoria et triumphi. Kupferstich n. Johannes Stradanus. 25,8 x 31 cm. Plgr. 20,7 x 28 cm. - Auf weißem Rand minimal fl. R

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        • PHILIP GALLE "ST. PETER HEALS THE CRIPPLE" ETCHING
          Oct. 08, 2023

          PHILIP GALLE "ST. PETER HEALS THE CRIPPLE" ETCHING

          Est: $50 - $100

          Philip Galle (1537-1612 Netherlands) "St. Peter Heals the Cripple" Etching, 1575. For "Acts of the Apostles I" after Maarten van Heemskerck. Sheet has been cropped to image with impression marks cut off. Sheet measures 8.5x10.5". Small 1/16" hole in St. Peter's arm, otherwise good condition.

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        • PHILIP GALLE (HAARLEM 1537-1612 ANTWERP) AFTER HENDRICK VAN CLEVE (ANTWERP C. 1525-1590/95)
          Sep. 12, 2023

          PHILIP GALLE (HAARLEM 1537-1612 ANTWERP) AFTER HENDRICK VAN CLEVE (ANTWERP C. 1525-1590/95)

          Est: £200 - £300

          PHILIP GALLE (HAARLEM 1537-1612 ANTWERP) AFTER HENDRICK VAN CLEVE (ANTWERP C. 1525-1590/95) Property from a Private English Collection PHILIP GALLE (HAARLEM 1537-1612 ANTWERP) AFTER HENDRICK VAN CLEVE (ANTWERP C. 1525-1590/95) Landscape wiht ruins of a temple, from the series Regionum, rurium, fundorumque, varii at ove amoeni prospectus Lettered Henry Cliven invent. Philip Galle excud. (lower centre) and numbered 3 (lower right). Engraving, c. 1587, hairline margins, laid down on paper. 17.8 x 24 cm Together with: CORNELIS GALLE (ANTWERP 1576-1650) AFTER JACQUES CALLOT (NANCY 1592-1635), Landscape, with houses and a bridge, engraving, sheet: 15 x 28 cm; JAN SADELER (ANTWERP 1550-1600 VENICE) AFTER HANS BOL (MECHELEN 1534-1593 AMSTERDAM), Bucolic landscape with hanging trees and racks outside a village, etching with engraving, 20.2 x 26.8 cm (3)

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        • Galle, Philipp
          Jul. 13, 2023

          Galle, Philipp

          Est: €100 - €150

          (1537 Haarlem - 1612 Antwerpen). Titelblatt zu den "Waffentaten der Medici", Medicea Familiae rerum feliciter gestarum victoria et triumphi. Kupferstich n. Johannes Stradanus. 25,8 x 31 cm. Plgr. 20,7 x 28 cm. - Auf weißem Rand minimal fl. R

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        • Sammlung
          Jul. 13, 2023

          Sammlung

          Est: €70 - €100

          von 30 Bl. mit europ. u. dt. Ansichten in Kupferstich (5), getönte Lithogr. u. Stahlstich (24), 17.-19. Jh. Qu.8°-Qu.4°. U.a. vorhanden: ╔Pons quatuor capitum╗ (in Rom). Nach Hendrick Cleve III (ca. 1525- ca. 1589) bei Philipp Galle (1537-1612). Am ob. Rd. aufgeklebt.

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        • PHILIPPE GALLE (1537-1612) Venationis, piscationis, et aucupii typi, Joes Bol et Joes Galleus
          Jul. 07, 2023

          PHILIPPE GALLE (1537-1612) Venationis, piscationis, et aucupii typi, Joes Bol et Joes Galleus

          Est: €400 - €500

          PHILIPPE GALLE (1537-1612) Venationis, piscationis, et aucupii typi, Joes Bol et Joes Galleus Titre et suite de 22 planches de la série de 54 scènes de chasses Gravures au burin, avec les numéros, maintenues par les angles Filet de marge (Hollstein 568 - 622) 9.5x 21.5 cm

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        • Il Tempio di Diana ad Efeso (allegoria dell'industria e del commercio)
          Jun. 26, 2023

          Il Tempio di Diana ad Efeso (allegoria dell'industria e del commercio)

          Est: -

          Philippe Galle (1537-1612) Il Tempio di Diana ad Efeso (allegoria dell'industria e del commercio) Engraving, 26x21 cm Copy printed on laid and watermarked paper, trimmed to the platemark, light foxing but for the rest in very good overall condition.

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        • Philippe Galle (1537 Haarlem - 1612 Antwerpen)
          Jun. 17, 2023

          Philippe Galle (1537 Haarlem - 1612 Antwerpen)

          Est: -

          Philippe Galle (1537 Haarlem - 1612 Antwerpen) 31-tlg., jeweils Kupferstich auf Papier, aus 'Venationis, piscationis, at aucupii typi', nach Johannes Bol (1534-1593), lateinische Ausgabe, jeweils Blattmaß 8 cm x 22 cm, davon 1 Frontispiz verso montiert, 1582 datiert, betitelt, partiell knickfaltig, partiell entlang der Blattränder gebräunt und nachgedunkelt, verso Galerieetikett Ex Libris, Literatur: New Hollstein 1553, Hollstein 110-163

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        • Galle, Philips: Zwei Nymphen aus Nimpharum oceanitidum ...(Die Folge der Meeresnymphen)
          Jun. 07, 2023

          Galle, Philips: Zwei Nymphen aus Nimpharum oceanitidum ...(Die Folge der Meeresnymphen)

          Est: €900 - €1,200

          Die Nymphen Padusa und Camerina. 2 (von 17) Kupferstiche. 16,2 x 9,7 cm; 15,4 x 9,7 cm. Sellink/Leesberg (New Hollstein) 438 II, 440 II. -- -- Aus "Nimpharum oceanitidum..." (Die Folge der Meeresnymphen). Ausgezeichnete Drucke, an drei Seiten knapp innerhalb der Plattenkante geschnitten, das Blatt der Padusa unten mit dem Schrifttitel und durch die Nummer 16 geschnitten, die Camerina auf die Einfassungslinie. An zwei (Padusa), bzw. an drei Ecken (Camerina) montiert, dort leicht durchschlagender Kleber, auf dem Stein unter dem Gesäß der Camerina schwach sichtbare Federschraffuren, beide Blätter geringfügig angestaubt und minimal stockfleckig, sonst schön. Beigegeben: nach Johannes Wierix die Evangelisten Lucas und Markus, von Raphael Sadeler I. zwei Blatt aus der Folge der Christlichen Tugenden (H. 169, 170), von Coornhert Blatt 1 der Parabel des großen Festmahls (H. 101), von Cornelis Bega die Mutter mit Kind in der Dorfschenke (H. 31), von Karel van Mander Blatt 3 aus der Folge der Mächte der Welt (NH. 36) und von Lambert Suavius der Hl. Philipp (H. 16). -- -- - 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.

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        • Theodore Galle, Phillip Galle Four hermits: Hilarion, Abraham, Malchus and John of Egypt.
          Apr. 27, 2023

          Theodore Galle, Phillip Galle Four hermits: Hilarion, Abraham, Malchus and John of Egypt.

          Est: €800 - €1,000

          Four hermits: Hilarion, Abraham, Malchus and John of Egypt. Four engravings made after his own drawings by Theodore Galle (1571-1633). Published by Philip Galle (1537-1612) ca 1600- 1612. All four in good condition printed on thin laid paper. Good dark impressions. On the margins, engravings complete. From a rare series of hermits inspired by the apostles of Hendrick Goltzius.

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        • Anthonie Blocklandt, Philips Galle - Series: The four Evangelists - 1575
          Apr. 27, 2023

          Anthonie Blocklandt, Philips Galle - Series: The four Evangelists - 1575

          Est: €750 - €1,250

          Complete series of four oval plates after Anthonie van Blocklandt showing the evangelists, signed in lower part: "Phil. Galleus / fe." and "Antonius / Bloclant inuen.". c.1575. Engravings made by Philips Galle. Impressive complete set.

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        • Maarten van Heemskerck, Philips Galle - Series: Jonah and the Whale - 1566
          Apr. 27, 2023

          Maarten van Heemskerck, Philips Galle - Series: Jonah and the Whale - 1566

          Est: €800 - €1,200

          Complete of four engravings included the famous scene with the whale.1.Jonah fleeing the presence of the Lord; the Lord appears in the sky at upper left and Jonah turns and flees; a seascape with a ship on a rough sea 2.Jonah cast on shore by the whale; a monstrous fish regurgitates Jonah on to dry land overseen by the Lord above. 3. The people of Nineveh repenting upon hearing the prophecies of Jonah; Jonah stands in a street with his arm outstretched and is surrounded by alarmed figures kneeling, bowing over and clasping their hands; at right is the King of Nineveh in a columned building: 'When the news reached the king of Nineveh, he rose from his throne, took off his royal robes, covered himself with sackcloth and sat down in the dust... 4. Jonah complaining under the gourd; Jonah sits, at left, in the shade under a vine and looks down upon a vast and magnificent cityscape; the Lord appears in the sky above. Design by Heemskerck, engraved by Philips Galle, publishers address of Joan Galle. Second state with the text cartouche above.

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        • PHILIPS GALLE (1537-1612) NAAR/ D'APRÈS/ AFTER MAARTEN VAN HEEMSKERCK (1498-1574)
          Apr. 27, 2023

          PHILIPS GALLE (1537-1612) NAAR/ D'APRÈS/ AFTER MAARTEN VAN HEEMSKERCK (1498-1574)

          Est: €200 - €300

          'The Prodigal Son squandering his inheritance on harlots', 1562. Burin engraving on laid paper without watermark. trimmed into the plate, upper right corner with very slight loss, traces of old mounting (paper tape) on verso. From an original suite of six prints. Mounted under passe-partout. Provenance: Frans Leytens. Description FR 'The Prodigal Son squandering his inheritance on harlots', 1562. Burin sur papier vergé sans filigrane. Coupée juste dans la marque du cuivre, coin supérieur droit avec très légère perte, traces d'un ancien montage au verso. D'une suite originale de six planches. Monté sous passe-partout. Provenance: Frans Leytens. Beschrijving NL 'The Prodigal Son squandering his inheritance on harlots', 1562. Burijngravure op gevergeerd papier zonder watermerk. Gesneden tot in de plaat, hoek rechtsboven met heel licht verlies, sporen van oude montage (papiertape) op verso. Uit een oorspronkelijke suite van zes prenten. Gemonteerd onder passe-partout. Herkomst: Frans Leytens.

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        • PHILIP GALLE. Etching "SAINT MARK THE EVANGELIST"
          Apr. 20, 2023

          PHILIP GALLE. Etching "SAINT MARK THE EVANGELIST"

          Est: €400 - €800

          PHILIP GALLE (Haarlem 1537-Anversa 1612). Etching on paper depicting "SAINT MARK THE EVANGELIST". In frame. PHILIP GALLE (Haarlem 1537-Anversa 1612). Acquaforte su carta raffigurante "SAN MARCO EVANGELISTA". In cornice.

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        • Philipp Galle (1537-1612), Kupferstich, Sanctus Marcus Evangelista
          Mar. 04, 2023

          Philipp Galle (1537-1612), Kupferstich, Sanctus Marcus Evangelista

          Est: €50 - €120

          Philipp Galle 1537 Haarlem - 1612 Antwerpen - Sanctus Marcus Evangelista - Kupferstich/Papier. 16,6 x 22,2 cm. In der Platte bez. u. dat. l. u.: Cock excu. 1562; r. u.: Memskerc(?) in / P. Galle f 1566 (?). Verso oben mit Papierklebestreifen an Unterlegkarton fixiert. Rest. (partiell hinterklebt, Schrift unten angestückt, minim. retuschiert), beschn., Einrisse oben, ber.

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        • Galle, Philipp
          Feb. 18, 2023

          Galle, Philipp

          Est: €40 - €60

          (1537 Haarlem - Antwerpen 1612). Kupferstich n. M.v.Heemskerck bei P.Galle, gest. v Visscher. Um 1598. Blgr. 21 x 26,5 cm. Verso Stempel (Lugt 2682). Unten auf Plattenkante beschnitten, ans. schmales Rändchen. - Prov. Slg. Comte Raphael Zichy. - Vgl. New Ho., P. Galle 187-219. R

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        • Galle, Philipp
          Feb. 18, 2023

          Galle, Philipp

          Est: €160 - €240

          (1537 Haarlem - 1612 Antwerpen). Titelblatt zu den "Waffentaten der Medici", Medicea Familiae rerum feliciter gestarum victoria et triumphi. Kupferstich n. Johannes Stradanus. 25,8 x 31 cm. Plgr. 20,7 x 28 cm. - Auf weißem Rand minimal fl. R

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        • Galle, Philipp
          Feb. 18, 2023

          Galle, Philipp

          Est: €40 - €60

          (1537 Haarlem - Antwerpen 1612). Die Priester, der Anführer des Tempels und die Sadduzäer ergreifen Petrus und Johannes. Bl. 3 (von 6) aus der Geschichte von Petrus und Johannes. Kupferstich n. M.Heemskerck bei H.Cock, 1558. Blgr. 18,7 x 24,4 cm. Mit den Namenzs. u. Datum i.d. Platte. Rundherum i.d. Darst. geschn., ob. unter Darst.-Verlust, unt. unter lat. Textverlust. Aus New Ho. II.72.181-186 I (von III). Vgl. Rijksmuseum RP-P-1963-328. - Stellenw. unterl. Läs., stellenw. etw. stockfl. R

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        • PHILIPS GALLE (1537-1612) AFTER PIETER BRUEGEL THE ELDER (CIRCA Fortitude ('Fortitudo'), from: The Seven Virtues
          Jan. 24, 2023

          PHILIPS GALLE (1537-1612) AFTER PIETER BRUEGEL THE ELDER (CIRCA Fortitude ('Fortitudo'), from: The Seven Virtues

          Est: $3,000 - $5,000

          PHILIPS GALLE (1537-1612) AFTER PIETER BRUEGEL THE ELDER (CIRCA Fortitude ('Fortitudo'), from: The Seven Virtues Sheet 222 x 287 mm.

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        • PHILIPS GALLE (1537-1612) AFTER PIETER BRUEGEL THE ELDER (CIRCA Faith ('Fides'), from: The Seven Virtues
          Jan. 24, 2023

          PHILIPS GALLE (1537-1612) AFTER PIETER BRUEGEL THE ELDER (CIRCA Faith ('Fides'), from: The Seven Virtues

          Est: $3,000 - $5,000

          PHILIPS GALLE (1537-1612) AFTER PIETER BRUEGEL THE ELDER (CIRCA Faith ('Fides'), from: The Seven Virtues Sheet 222 x 289 mm.

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        • Galle, Philipp
          Dec. 17, 2022

          Galle, Philipp

          Est: €60 - €90

          (1537 Haarlem - 1612 Antwerpen). Petrus und Johannes vor dem Hohepriester. Nr. 4 (von 6 Bl.). Kupferstich n. Maarten van Heemskerck, hrsg. v. Hieronymus Cock. 1558. Blgr. 20,6 x 25,2 cm. Mit Namenszügen u. Dat. u. Num. 4 i.d.Pl. Mit Sammlerstempeln Dr.R.B., Sammlung Scharfen (?), FA (nicht bei Lugt). Über den Rand beschnitten. - New Ho. II.72.181-186. R

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        • Galle, Philipp
          Dec. 17, 2022

          Galle, Philipp

          Est: €300 - €450

          (1537 Haarlem - 1612 Antwerpen). Greifvogeljagd (64/105). - Wildschweinjagd (24/105). - Wolfsjagd (49/105). - Stachelschweinjagd (54/105). 4 Kupferstiche nach Jan van der Straet. Aus: Venationes ferarum, avium, piscium, pugnae bestiarum & mutae bestiarum. Um 1620-1670. Plgr. ca. 21,4 x 27,9 cm. - Tls. etw. randrissig außerhalb der Darstellung, leicht minimal fl. Zweite Version der von Philip Galle 1578 erstmalig verlegten Reihe von 105 Bl. - The New Hollstein Dutch & Flemish, The Collaert Dynasty, Part VI, S. 192. R

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        • Galle, Philipp
          Dec. 17, 2022

          Galle, Philipp

          Est: €60 - €90

          (1537 Haarlem - Antwerpen 1612). Kupferstich n. M.v.Heemskerck bei P.Galle, gest. v Visscher. Um 1598. Blgr. 21 x 26,5 cm. Verso Stempel (Lugt 2682). Unten auf Plattenkante beschnitten, ans. schmales Rändchen. - Prov. Slg. Comte Raphael Zichy. - Vgl. New Ho., P. Galle 187-219. R

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        • Galle, Philipp
          Dec. 17, 2022

          Galle, Philipp

          Est: €200 - €300

          (1537 Haarlem - 1612 Antwerpen). Titelblatt zu den "Waffentaten der Medici", Medicea Familiae rerum feliciter gestarum victoria et triumphi. Kupferstich n. Johannes Stradanus. 25,8 x 31 cm. Plgr. 20,7 x 28 cm. - Auf weißem Rand minimal fl. R

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        • Lot and the two angels, Philips Galle, Anthony Blockland,
          Dec. 15, 2022

          Lot and the two angels, Philips Galle, Anthony Blockland,

          Est: €275 - €475

          Lot and the two angels, engraving made by Philips Galle(1537-1612) ca 1563. After a drawing of Anthony Blockland (1533-1583). From a series of four prints "The history of Lot". Published in Antwerp by Gerard de Jode (1509-1591) ca 1571-1572. New Hollstein Dutch 6. In good condition, some minor skillfully restorations, not visible. Printed on thin laid paper, on the margins , image complete. Very good dark early impression on thin laid watermarked paper. the ruling lines to engrave the text clearly visible , only with the first impressions.

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        • Stradanus, Philips Galle -Entry of Cosimo I into Rome - 1586
          Dec. 15, 2022

          Stradanus, Philips Galle -Entry of Cosimo I into Rome - 1586

          Est: €350 - €380

          ENTRY OF COSIMO I INTO ROME - 1582 - The entry of Cosimo I into Rome; to right, Cosimo accompanied by two cardinals on a horse, surrounded by Cosimo's entourage, entering the bridge of Castel Sant' Angelo, seen in the background to left. Dated on the engraving 1582. One of the additional plates from the series: Mediceae Familiae Rerum Feliciter Gestarum Victoriae et Triumphi engraved by Philips Galle (Signed Philippus Galle excudit') Mediceae Familiae Rerum Feliciter Gestarum Victoriae et Triumphi / Mediceae Familiae Rerum Feliciter Gestarum Victoriae et Triumphi - This is a first state published by Philips Galle.

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        • Perseus and Andromeda, After Jan Collaert, after Philips Galle, Paul de la Houve
          Dec. 15, 2022

          Perseus and Andromeda, After Jan Collaert, after Philips Galle, Paul de la Houve

          Est: €1,250 - €1,500

          Perseus en Andromeda, very rare engraving made by an unknown Flemish or French engraver after the engraving of Jan Collaert (1576-1628) in Antwerp ca 1576 -1628, after a drawing of Philips Galle, published in Paris by Paul de la Houve ca 1599-1668. After New Hollstein Dutch 1171, in the same direction, the same quality. Paul de la Houve went from Antwerp to Paris during the 80 years war, he had several engraving copperplates taken with him from Antwerp printers. Very rare engraving in good condition. Good impression printed on thin laid paper with narrow margins, small restoration below and in the right middle skillfully done , not visible and not disturbing. Here with the text border who is often missing by the one of Jan Collaert. Only in a few musea.

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