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Painter, copperplate engraver, Etcher, Miniature painter, b. 1607 - d. 1677

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                • W. HOLLAR (*1607) after DYCK (*1599), Portrait of Richard Weston, 1645, Copper engraving
                  May. 25, 2024

                  W. HOLLAR (*1607) after DYCK (*1599), Portrait of Richard Weston, 1645, Copper engraving

                  Est: €450 - €600

                  Wenzel Hollar (1607 Prag - 1677 London) after Anthonis van Dyck (1599 Antwerp - 1641 London): Porträt des Richard Weston, 1st Earl of Portland, 1645, Copper engraving Technique: Copper engraving on Paper Inscription: At the lower part signed in the printing plate: "Antonius van Dyck pinxit / W: Hollar fecit, aqua forti, 1645 / Ioannes Meysens excudit.". Date: 1645 Description: Portrait after the painting by Anthonis van Dyck (now kept in Kingston Lacy Manor in the county of Dorset) of the first Earl of Portland, Richard Weston. Person: Earl Richard Weston, Portland (1605 - 1663 ) Keywords: Politician, London, England, Great Britain, Portrait, Printmaking, 17th century, Baroque, Portraits, United Kingdom, Size: Paper: 24,9 cm x 19,4 cm (9,8 x 7,6 in), Plate: 24,4 cm x 19,3 cm (9,6 x 7,6 in), Depiction: 24,3 cm x 19,2 cm (9,6 x 7,6 in), additional specification:

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                • Wenzel Hollar (1607 Prag - London 1677) – Muff, Tuch und Maske
                  May. 17, 2024

                  Wenzel Hollar (1607 Prag - London 1677) – Muff, Tuch und Maske

                  Est: €6,000 - €8,000

                  Etching on laid paper. (c. 1642). 5.7 x 8.9 cm (sheet). A very fine impression. Trimmed to or just within the platemark. This still life is one of a total of 8 different depictions of fur muffs. Hollar produced this series during his first stay in England in the early 1640s, when he was in the service of Lord Thomas Howard, Earl of Arundel. Hollar's seductive depiction suggests the closeness of a sophisticated woman who has shed her luxurious accessories after coming in from the cold. The fine lines of the etching and engraving, which express the prickly softness of the fur, wore off quickly in later prints, so that richly inked prints such as the present one are rare. - Verso with remnants and traces of former mounting, otherwise in good condition.

                  Karl & Faber
                • Wenzel Hollar (1607 Prag - London 1677) – 4 Bll. der Folge: Die vier Elemente
                  May. 17, 2024

                  Wenzel Hollar (1607 Prag - London 1677) – 4 Bll. der Folge: Die vier Elemente

                  Est: €600 - €700

                  Etching after Pieter van Avont on laid paper with watermark "Adler"(1). (1647). Each c. 13.8 x 20.3 cm (sheet size).

                  Karl & Faber
                • Hollar, Wenzel (1607-1677). (The portraits of William Brouncker, king Charles II and Francis Bacon as founders of the Royal Society).
                  May. 17, 2024

                  Hollar, Wenzel (1607-1677). (The portraits of William Brouncker, king Charles II and Francis Bacon as founders of the Royal Society).

                  Est: €100 - €150

                  Hollar, Wenzel (1607-1677). (The portraits of William Brouncker, king Charles II and Francis Bacon as founders of the Royal Society). Etching after John EVELYN, 20x16 cm., signed "Wenceclaus Hollar f. 1667". - Vague vertical fold in left part; trimmed just outside the borderline. = Originally the frontispiece of T. SPRAT, The History of the Royal Society of London (1667). New Hollstein 1966 and Pennington 459.

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                • Hollar, Wenzel (1607-1677). (Farmers dancing at an inn).
                  May. 17, 2024

                  Hollar, Wenzel (1607-1677). (Farmers dancing at an inn).

                  Est: €100 - €150

                  Hollar, Wenzel (1607-1677). (Farmers dancing at an inn). Etching after D. TENIERS, 24,3x34 cm., signed "W. Hollar fecit 1649". - Some foxing in upper part. = Pennington 598.

                  Bubb > Kuyper: Auctioneers of Books, Fine Arts & Manuscripts
                • Hollar, Wenzel (1607-1677). "Antwerpschen toren vand: cathedrale kerk vand: alderheylichste maget maria (...)".
                  May. 17, 2024

                  Hollar, Wenzel (1607-1677). "Antwerpschen toren vand: cathedrale kerk vand: alderheylichste maget maria (...)".

                  Est: €300 - €500

                  Hollar, Wenzel (1607-1677). "Antwerpschen toren vand: cathedrale kerk vand: alderheylichste maget maria (...)". Etching, 48x33 cm., "Wenceclaus Hollar delineavit et fecit 1649" in the plate, with the address of Gillis Hendricx, framed. - Horizontal fold in centre, strengthened on verso; ample margins. = New Hollstein 1034, 2nd state of 4. Parthey/ Pennington 824.

                  Bubb > Kuyper: Auctioneers of Books, Fine Arts & Manuscripts
                • Hollar, Wenzel (1607-1677). "Antwerpschen toren vand: cathedrale kerk vand: alderheylichste maget maria (...)".
                  May. 17, 2024

                  Hollar, Wenzel (1607-1677). "Antwerpschen toren vand: cathedrale kerk vand: alderheylichste maget maria (...)".

                  Est: €300 - €500

                  Hollar, Wenzel (1607-1677). "Antwerpschen toren vand: cathedrale kerk vand: alderheylichste maget maria (...)". Etching, 48x33 cm., with engr. "Wenceclaus Hollar delineavit et fecit 1649", engr. title in Latin, Dutch and French and with the address of Gillis Hendricx in lower margin of the plate, and w. short letterpress commentary in Latin, French and Dutch below the plate, framed. - Small closed split on the plate mark near lower left corner. = New Hollstein 1034, 3rd state (of 4). The letterpress Dutch commentary reads: "De Toorn van Antwerpen is in alle deelen een wonderlijk werk van het menschelijk vernuft, ende een groot gedenkteken van oude magt en Rijkdom, op het werk is in den jare 1518, het kruys geset."

                  Bubb > Kuyper: Auctioneers of Books, Fine Arts & Manuscripts
                • Wenzel Hollar, Rissa tra contadini. 1646.
                  May. 14, 2024

                  Wenzel Hollar, Rissa tra contadini. 1646.

                  Est: €480 - €960

                  Bulino. mm 224x325. Pennington, 599. New Hollstein (Bruegel), A 66. Da Pieter Bruegel il vecchio (Breda, 1525 ca. - Bruxelles, 1569). Sulla lastra a sinistra "P Bruegel inv" e a destra "1646 / WHollar fecit ". Bella impressione su carta vergellata con grande filigrana verosimilmente "stemma con serpente, colonne e piccoli fiori di giglio". All'angolo in alto a sinistra del verso marchio della collezione Franz Pokorny (Lugt, 788). (1)

                  Gonnelli Casa d'Aste
                • Deutschland - München - Hollar,
                  May. 09, 2024

                  Deutschland - München - Hollar,

                  Est: €400 - €600

                  Deutschland - München - Hollar, Wenzel. Monachium avilica sedes Ducum Bavariae. Gesamtansicht aus der Vogelschau. Kupferstich von WH (Wenzel Hollar, 1607-1677) nach Tobias Volkmer aus Janssonius, Städtebuch, 1657. Bildgröße: 36 x 47 cm. Seltene Ansicht. - Parthey 871. - Das Blatt gehört zu den neu gestochenen Ansichten aus dem Städtebuch von Janssonius, das 1657 in 2 Bänden erschien. Als Vorlage diente der Stadtplan von Tobias Volckmer aus dem Jahre 1613. - Am oberen Rand der Titel und 2 Wappen. Am linken Rand eine Legende mit Erklärungen von 1-50. Mittig am unteren Rand das Monogramm von Wenzel Hollar "WH". - Tadelloser schöner Druck. - Der untere weiße Rand wurde angesetzt.

                  Nosbüsch & Stucke GmbH
                • Hollar, Wenzel
                  May. 04, 2024

                  Hollar, Wenzel

                  Est: €300 - €450

                  (1607 Prag - London 1677). Die Kathedrale von Antwerpen. Radierung, 1649. Blgr. 46,5 x 33,2 cm. - Parthey 824. D

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                • Hollar, Wenzel
                  May. 04, 2024

                  Hollar, Wenzel

                  Est: €80 - €120

                  (1607 Prag - London 1677). Portraits nach Hans Holbein d.J. 7 Radierungen aus: A Collection of Original Etchings bei John McCreery, London 1816. 14 x 10 cm - 15 x 11,5 cm. Auf Karton mont. Minimal leimschattig.

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                • Hollar, Wenzel
                  May. 04, 2024

                  Hollar, Wenzel

                  Est: €1,400 - €2,000

                  (1607 Prag - London 1677). Abendmahlskelch, nach Andrea Mantegna. Radierung. 46,7 x 24 cm. 1640. Parthey 2643, Turner (New Hollstein) 292 II. - Prachtvoller, klarer Druck des für Hollar außergewöhnlich großformatigen Blattes auf die Plattenkante geschnitten, teils mit feinem Rändchen ringsum. Geglättete Mittelfalte, vereinzelte kl. Randeinrisse, leichte Knickspuren an der linken oberen Ecke, sonst in vorzüglicher Erhaltung. - Selten. D

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                • Hollar, Wenzel
                  May. 04, 2024

                  Hollar, Wenzel

                  Est: €340 - €500

                  (1607 Prag - London 1677). Feuer, Erde und Wasser. 3 (von 4) Kupferstiche nach Peeter van Avont. Je ca. 14,5 x 21 cm. 1647. Parthey 523, 525, 524, New Hollstein (Turner) 941 und 942, je letzte Zustände. Aus der Folge der Elemente. Laut neuerer Literatur ist das zur Folge zugeordnete Blatt "Wasser" nicht von Hollar. Ganz ausgezeichnete und harmonische Drucke meist an die Plattenkante geschnitten. Etwas angestaubt zu den Rändern hin, "Wasser" die Ecken unten rechts etwas dünn, weitere geringe Gebrauchsspuren, sonst sehr gut. R

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                • Hollar, Wenzel
                  May. 04, 2024

                  Hollar, Wenzel

                  Est: €80 - €120

                  (1607 Prag- 1677 London). Portrait der Lady Margaret Butts. Radierung n. Hans Holbein d.J. gest. v. A(dam) Alexius Bierling aus: A Collection of Original Etchings bei John McCreery, London 1816. Plgr. 13,5 x 9 cm. Mit Namensz. u. 1649 i.d.Pl. Auf Karton mont. - Etw. leimfl. ╔Dabei: Ders.╗ 5 Rad. auf Japan Aus: A Collection.... 1816. Blgr. bis 14 x 10 cm. Mit Namenszug u. Dat. 1647, 1649 i.d.Pl. Auf Karton mont. - Etw. leimfl.

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                • Hollar, Wenzel
                  May. 04, 2024

                  Hollar, Wenzel

                  Est: €100 - €150

                  (1607 Prag- 1677 London). Mädchenbildnis mit dem Eichenkranz. Radierung n. Martin Schongauer aus: A Collection of Original Etchings bei John McCreery, London 1816. Plgr. 11,5 x 9 cm. Mit Namenszug u. Dat. 1645 i.d.Pl. Auf Karton mont. - Etw. leimfl. ╔Dabei: Ders., Bildnis einer jungen Frau mit Perlenkette.╗ Rad. aus: A Collection.... 1816. Durchmesser Darst.: 9 cm. Mit Namenszug u. Dat. 1646 i.d.Pl. Auf demselben Karton wie das Mädchenbildnis mont. - Etw. leimfl.

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                • Hollar, Wenzel
                  May. 04, 2024

                  Hollar, Wenzel

                  Est: €70 - €100

                  (1607 Prag- 1677 London). Bildnis eines Mannes mit Turban. Radierung aus: A Collection of Original Etchings bei John McCreery, London 1816. Plgr. 8 x 6 cm. Mit Namensz. u. Dat. i.d.Pl. Auf Karton mont. - Etw. leimfl. ╔Dabei: Ders.╗ 4 Rad. n. Hans Holbein auf Japan aus: A Collection... 1816. Blgr. bis 14,8 x 11,4 cm. Mit Namenszug u. Dat. 1646, 1679 i.d.Pl. Auf Karton mont. - Etw. leimfl.

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                • W. HOLLAR (*1607) after DYCK (*1599), Richard Weston (1577-1635), 1645, Etching
                  Apr. 27, 2024

                  W. HOLLAR (*1607) after DYCK (*1599), Richard Weston (1577-1635), 1645, Etching

                  Est: €750 - €1,000

                  Wenzel Hollar (1607 Prag - 1677 London) after Anthonis van Dyck (1599 Antwerp - 1641 London): Portrait of Richard Weston (1577-1635), the first Earl of Portland, 1645, Etching Technique: Etching on Paper Watermark: - PINAUD - Date: 17th century Inscription: At the lower part signed in the printing plate: "Antonius van Dyck pinxit / W. Hollar fecit aqua forti / Ioannes Meyssens excudit.". Lower middle inscribed in the printing plate: "Per Illustris Dominus Hieronymus Westonius Comes Portlandiae / Heylandiaeq. etc". Date: 1645 Description: Portrait of Richard Weston, first Earl of Portland. Frontal bust portrait. The portrait subject's head is tilted to the left. Weston wears a moustache and beard, a ruff, a ribbon with a medal and a cloak and cape over his right shoulder. Person: Depicted: Earl Richard Weston, Portland (1605 - 1663 ) Published by: Johannes Meyssens (1612 Brussels - 1670 Antwerp) Source: Anthonis van Dyck (1599 Antwerp-1641 London) Icones principum virorum doctorum pictorum chalcographorum statuariorum nec non amatorum pictoriae artis numero centum, 1680 | print suite, Mythology Keywords: Earl, portrait, ruff, collar, medal, 17th century, Baroque, Portraits, Netherlands,

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                • Wenceslaus Hollar (1607-1677) - Port of Dordrecht
                  Apr. 18, 2024

                  Wenceslaus Hollar (1607-1677) - Port of Dordrecht

                  Est: €140 - €180

                  Port of Dordrecht with moored ship, sailing and rowing boats; ramparts at left lined with trees, church and houses seen beyond; after Jan Peeters. 1651 Etching made by: Wenceslaus Hollar, after Jan Peeters I. From a series of six plates of ports etched by Hollar after various artists, first state published by Joannes Meyssens and second state by Cornelis Galle - see New Hollstein 1165-1170.

                  Old Master Print
                • Leonardo De Vinci - Deformed Heads, By Wenceslaus Hollar
                  Apr. 18, 2024

                  Leonardo De Vinci - Deformed Heads, By Wenceslaus Hollar

                  Est: €420 - €640

                  The Leonardo da Vinci studies of deformed heads are famous. A couple with deformed faces depicted bust-length, facing each other, the woman at left wearing a cap and veil, smiling at the man, with fuzzy hair, laughing, wearing a jacket over striped shirt; after Leonardo da Vinci; first state, before '3' added to lower right. 1645. Etching by Wenceslaus Hollar after Leonardo da Vinci. Signed upper right 'Leonardo da Vinci inue: / W. Hollar fecit 1645'. From the series: Varie Figuræ et Probæ , a series of thirteen etched plates + title after Leonardo da Vinci, with studies of heads, including grotesques; see New Hollstein (Hollar) 737-750.

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                • WENCESLAUS HOLLAR (Bohemian, 1607 - 1677). Nobilis Mulier Anglica (An English Noblewoman), 1649, Etching included in the "Theatrum Muli
                  Apr. 18, 2024

                  WENCESLAUS HOLLAR (Bohemian, 1607 - 1677). Nobilis Mulier Anglica (An English Noblewoman), 1649, Etching included in the "Theatrum Muli

                  Est: $150 - $250

                  WENCESLAUS HOLLAR (Bohemian, 1607 - 1677). Nobilis Mulier Anglica (An English Noblewoman), 1649, Etching included in the "Theatrum Mulierum / Aula Veneris" series (1640s-1650). Inscriptions within the etching include: Wen Englische von Adell, 1644, WHollar fect. 1649, and Nobilis Mulier Anglica. Framed. Not examined out of frame. - Sight: 4 x 2.25 inches; frame: 12 x 10 inches

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                • WENZEL HOLLAR Theatrum Mulierum.
                  Apr. 18, 2024

                  WENZEL HOLLAR Theatrum Mulierum.

                  Est: $3,000 - $5,000

                  WENZEL HOLLAR Theatrum Mulierum. Complete set of 48 etchings and etched title page, 1643. Each approximately 95x62 mm; 3¾x2½ inches, full margins. Very good impressions, extremely scarce as a complete set. Provenance: Otto Schäfer, Schweinfurt, with the ink stamp on the title page verso (Lugt 5881). Born in Prague, Hollar (1607-1677) worked as an etcher in various German towns during the early 1630's before eventually landing in London in December 1636 under the employ of Thomas Howard, Earl of Arundel, the preeminent British connoisseur, art collector and courtier during the reigns of King James I and King Charles I. Hollar would work in Antwerp and London for the rest of his career. Though he completed approximately 2,700 etchings, and was at one point appointed 'Royal Scenographer' by King Charles II, Hollar's fortune was tumultuous; his career marked by political upheaval, the 1665 plague, and the Great Fire of London in 1666. Parthey 1804 ff.

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                • WENZEL HOLLAR A Muff in Five Views.
                  Apr. 18, 2024

                  WENZEL HOLLAR A Muff in Five Views.

                  Est: $2,500 - $3,500

                  WENZEL HOLLAR A Muff in Five Views. Etching, 1645-46. 76x128 mm; 3x5 inches, wide margins. Third state (of 3). Foolscap watermark. A very good impression of this extremely scarce etching. Born in Prague, Hollar (1607-1677) worked as an etcher in various German towns during the early 1630's before eventually landing in London in December 1636 under the employ of Thomas Howard, Earl of Arundel, the preeminent British connoisseur, art collector and courtier during the reigns of King James I and King Charles I. Hollar would work in Antwerp and London for the rest of his career. Though he completed approximately 2,700 etchings, and was at one point appointed 'Royal Scenographer' by King Charles II, Hollar's fortune was tumultuous; his career marked by political upheaval, the 1665 plague, and the Great Fire of London in 1666. Parthey 1952; New Hollstein 796.

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                • Hollar (Wenceslaus) Seven engravings, including portraits, landscapes and a still life, engravings, [17th century]; together with 15 other prints by Callot, Della Bella, and Pillement, 17th centu...
                  Apr. 18, 2024

                  Hollar (Wenceslaus) Seven engravings, including portraits, landscapes and a still life, engravings, [17th century]; together with 15 other prints by Callot, Della Bella, and Pillement, 17th centu...

                  Est: £200 - £300

                  Hollar (Wenceslaus) Seven engravings, including portraits, landscapes and a still life, with 'Donkey' after Bassano, still life of dead hare after Boel, and a view of Islington, engravings, between 60 x 40 mm (2 1/4 x 1 1/2 in), and 260 x 185 mm (10 1/4 x 7 1/4 in), neatly hinged into mounts, unframed, [17th century]; together with a good group of 15 other old master prints by Stefano Della Bella, Jacques Callot, and Jean Baptiste Pillement, engravings, various sizes, all unframed, 17th century and later (22)

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                • Wenceslaus Hollar (1607-1677)
                  Apr. 04, 2024

                  Wenceslaus Hollar (1607-1677)

                  Est: £60 - £100

                  Wenceslaus Hollar (1607-1677) View of the Porcelain Pagoda (Da Bao'en Si), at Nanjing, engraving, signed in the plate with initials, circa 1800, 20.5 x 31cm, [an illustration to Johannes Nieuhof's 'An Embassy from the East-India Company of the United Provinces, to the Grand Tartar Cham Emperor of China']; and a small size etching by Piranesi of the Arch Of Drusus (2)

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                • W. HOLLAR (1607-1677), Dutch galleons. Merchant ships, 1647, Reproduction
                  Mar. 23, 2024

                  W. HOLLAR (1607-1677), Dutch galleons. Merchant ships, 1647, Reproduction

                  Est: €60 - €100

                  Wenzel Hollar (1607 Prag - 1677 London): Dutch galleons Impressive view of one large and two smaller merchant ships with dinghies and some heavy armament, 1647, Reproduction Technique: Reproduction on Paper Inscription: lower left signed: "W Hollar fecit 1647". Upper middle inscribed: "Navis Mercatoria Hollandica, per Indias Orientales". Date: 1647 Keywords: 19th century, Realism, Seafaring, Netherlands,

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                • Hollar (Wenceslaus, 1607-1677). View of Antwerp Cathedral, 1649 [but 1678-94]
                  Mar. 13, 2024

                  Hollar (Wenceslaus, 1607-1677). View of Antwerp Cathedral, 1649 [but 1678-94]

                  Est: £300 - £500

                  Hollar (Wenceslaus, 1607-1677). View of Antwerp Cathedral, 1649 [but 1678-94] * Hollar (Wenceslaus, 1607-1677). View of Antwerp Cathedral, 1649 [but 1678-94], 2nd state etched view of the west end of the cathedral, showing the finished tower and spire on the left, the unfinished tower with a temporary roof and turret on the right, surrounded by the street with houses on left and on the right leading to a square of trees, a procession of clergy and soldiers can be seen entering the west door escorting a shrine or reliquary, second state engraved caption at foot 'Antwerpiens turris ecclesiae cathedral...' with Dutch and French translation below, the left corner of image 'Wenceslaus Hollar delineauit, et fecit, 1649' and 'Gillis Hendricx excudit Antuerpiae' on left, central horizontal fold, platemark approximately 48.5 x 34 cm (19 1 /16 x 13 6/16 ins), sheet size 50.2 x 35.3 cm, together with other etchings and engravings including van Ostade (Adriaen, 1610-1685). Family saying grace before a meal, 1653 (but later, probably 19th century), etching on wove, laid down on mount board, 15 x 12.5 cm, gilt moulded frame, glazed, 36 x 34 cm, plus six mythological scenes etched by Samuel Gribelin junior (including two after Francesco Albani), 13 x 8 cm, each framed and glazed (21.5 x 16 cm), and a pair of etchings depicting scenes from Aesop's fables, circa 1773(?), approximately 10 x 14.5 cm, each framed and glazed (23.5 x 28.5 cm); and an etching by Samuel Watts of raising Christ on the cross after Tintoretto, 1777, printed in green on laid paper, 36 x 32 cm, framed and glazed (51 x 45.5 cm), plus ten 19th century reprint etchings of views in Italy by Israel Silvestre, 14 x 24.5 cm, each in ebonised frame, glazed (22 x 31 cm) QTY: (21) NOTE: Pennington - Hollar 824. Pennington suggests the second state is from the 1678 edition of J. Le Roy, Notitia and the 1694 edition of his Castella.

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                • Hollar (Wenceslaus, 1607 - 1677). The Four Windmills, 1650, etching, first state
                  Mar. 13, 2024

                  Hollar (Wenceslaus, 1607 - 1677). The Four Windmills, 1650, etching, first state

                  Est: £200 - £300

                  Hollar (Wenceslaus, 1607 - 1677). The Four Windmills, 1650, etching, first state * Hollar (Wenceslaus, 1607 - 1677). The Four Windmills, after Jan Breughel, 1650, etching on laid paper with foolscap watermark, the first state (of 2), with printed inscription to lower margin of the plate 'Brüghel pinxit' and 'W. Hollar fecit 1650. Ex Collectione Arundeliana', a very good impression with strong contrasts, old ownership inscription in brown ink to lower left corner of the plate verso 'cc', and further neat pencil inscription just below the platemark verso '1215. Apell in Dresden 1861', light mount stain, plate size 118 x 170 mm, sheet size 190 x 240 mm, framed and glazed (with 20th century typewritten description of the print and provenance information to verso) QTY: (1) NOTE: Provenance: Ciccri Collection (according to typewritten note pasted to verso of the frame); Aloys Apell, printdealer, Dresden, by 1861; purchased from the London printdealer Robert Dunthorne in 1912 (typewritten note to verso). Pennington 1215 i/ii; New Hollstein (Hollar Part IV) 1104 i/ii. The Earl of Arundel employed Wenceslaus Hollar as artist-in-residence to make drawings of his extensive art collection. Some of these drawings are now the only record of the contents of that impressive collection. Hollar was able to make prints from the drawings of the Arundel collection which were produced in three issues.

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                • Hollar (Wenceslaus Von Prachna, 1607-1677). Westminster from the River, 1647, etching
                  Mar. 13, 2024

                  Hollar (Wenceslaus Von Prachna, 1607-1677). Westminster from the River, 1647, etching

                  Est: £150 - £200

                  Hollar (Wenceslaus Von Prachna, 1607-1677). Westminster from the River, 1647, etching * Hollar (Wenceslaus, 1607-1677). Westminster from the River, 1647, etching, trimmed to edges, image size 90 x 250 mm (3 1/2 x 9 3/4 ins), mounted, framed and glazed (28 x 44 cm) QTY: (1) NOTE: Pennington 1037 i.

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                • Hollar (Wenceslaus, 1607-1677). Three Heads, 1645, etching on laid paper
                  Mar. 13, 2024

                  Hollar (Wenceslaus, 1607-1677). Three Heads, 1645, etching on laid paper

                  Est: £150 - £200

                  Hollar (Wenceslaus, 1607-1677). Three Heads, 1645, etching on laid paper * Hollar (Wenceslaus, 1607-1677). Three Heads, 1645, etching on laid paper, trimmed to plate margins, sheets size 85 x 44 mm (3 3/8 x 1 3/4 ins), hinge-mounted to card window mount with pencil caption to mount (by the print dealers Craddock & Barnerd) QTY: (1) NOTE: Pennington 1690. Only state.

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                • Hollar (Wenceslaus, 1607-1677). Theatrum Mulierum..., 1643
                  Mar. 13, 2024

                  Hollar (Wenceslaus, 1607-1677). Theatrum Mulierum..., 1643

                  Est: £300 - £500

                  Hollar (Wenceslaus, 1607-1677). Theatrum Mulierum..., 1643 * Hollar (Wenceslaus, 1607-1677). Theatrum Mulierum, sive Varietas atque Differentia Habituum Foeminei Sexus, diversorum Europae Nationum, 1643, & [republished by Laurie & Whittle, circa 1790's], 47 etched plates on laid paper, each numbered to lower right corner of the plate, with wide margins, without separate title, bound with Ornatus Muliebris Anglicanus, 1640, [reissued by Laurie & Whittle, circa 1790's], 26 etched plates on laid paper, each numbered to lower left or lower right corner of each plate, wide margins, without the seperate title to the series, minor pale spotting, plate size to the first series 97 x 65 mm, plate size to the second series 135 x 75 mm, sheet size 190 x 115 mm, bound in contemporary full tree calf, with remains of black morocco spine label (entitled Habits of Women), somewhat worn, with covers detached, printed bookplate of the Constitutional Club Library of front pastedown, 8vo QTY: (1) NOTE: Pennington 1812, 1817, 1819, 1825-1826, 1829-1831, 1833-1834, 1836-1849, 1866-1868, 1870-1873, 1882-1883, 1885-1895, 1898, 1900, 1974, 1978-1979 and 1982 (mostly in 2nd and 3rd states), and Pennington 1778A-1803 (mostly in later states). Colas 1466; Lipperheide 30. First published in 1643 and 1640 respectively, this reissue by Laurie & Whittle can be dated circa 1792 and is printed from the original copper plates.

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                • ORIGINAL ETCHING " STUDY OF FOWL" BY WENZEL HOLLAR (1607-1677)
                  Mar. 09, 2024

                  ORIGINAL ETCHING " STUDY OF FOWL" BY WENZEL HOLLAR (1607-1677)

                  Est: $60 - $200

                  C. 1650, image size 5.25 x 7.25, framed 9.5 inches x 11.25 inches, with a framed watercolor of a man

                  Casco Bay Auctions
                • HOLLAR, Wenceslaus (1607-1677)
                  Mar. 08, 2024

                  HOLLAR, Wenceslaus (1607-1677)

                  Est: €180 - €240

                  Zu hemsen bij Mechelen Collectiestempeltje op v° Van Loock, Brussel Kopergravure (8.3 x 12.7 cm), smalle marges, door W. Hollar, mooie druk

                  Auctions Van de Wiele
                • Hollar (Wenceslaus) The Four Seasons (three-quarter length), the set of four etchings [c. 1641 but later] (4)
                  Feb. 29, 2024

                  Hollar (Wenceslaus) The Four Seasons (three-quarter length), the set of four etchings [c. 1641 but later] (4)

                  Est: £300 - £500

                  Hollar (Wenceslaus) The Four Seasons (three-quarter length), the set of four, etchings, later impressions on cream wove paper without watermarks, each platemark approx. 247 x 178 mm (9 3/4 x 7 in), sheets each approx. 255 x 185 mm (10 x 7 1/4 in), tipped at corners onto thin card support, minor staining and creases to corners, all unframed, [circa 1641 but later 19th century impressions] (4)

                  Forum Auctions - UK
                • Wenceslaus Hollar. Portraits. To include: Reverend John Diodati, Richard Cromwell, Sir William Dugdale, Albrecht Durer, Jacob Foppen van Es, Nathaniel Fiennes, Sir Henry Guildeford and Lady, Henrietta Maria, and other...
                  Feb. 25, 2024

                  Wenceslaus Hollar. Portraits. To include: Reverend John Diodati, Richard Cromwell, Sir William Dugdale, Albrecht Durer, Jacob Foppen van Es, Nathaniel Fiennes, Sir Henry Guildeford and Lady, Henrietta Maria, and other...

                  Est: $300 - $500

                  Wenceslaus Hollar. Portraits. To include: Reverend John Diodati, Richard Cromwell, Sir William Dugdale, Albrecht Durer, Jacob Foppen van Es, Nathaniel Fiennes, Sir Henry Guildeford and Lady, Henrietta Maria, and others. Each matted, 14" x 18". Provenance: The Winfield Robbins print collection of Arlington, Massachusetts.

                  Tremont Auctions
                • Wenceslaus Hollar. Portraits. To include: Saint Catherine of Alexandria, Charles II, Queen Christina of Sweden, Vittoria Collona, Charles I, John Clench, and others. Each matted, 14" x 18"., Provenance: The Winfield R...
                  Feb. 25, 2024

                  Wenceslaus Hollar. Portraits. To include: Saint Catherine of Alexandria, Charles II, Queen Christina of Sweden, Vittoria Collona, Charles I, John Clench, and others. Each matted, 14" x 18"., Provenance: The Winfield R...

                  Est: $300 - $500

                  Wenceslaus Hollar. Portraits. To include: Saint Catherine of Alexandria, Charles II, Queen Christina of Sweden, Vittoria Collona, Charles I, John Clench, and others. Each matted, 14" x 18". Provenance: The Winfield Robbins print collection of Arlington, Massachusetts.

                  Tremont Auctions
                • Wenceslaus Hollar. Portraits. To include: James Stainer, Prince Rupert of Bavaria, Lady Mary Richmond, Raphael, Frances Stuart Portland, Philip IV of Spain, Peter Paul Rubens, and others. Each matted, 14" x 18"., Prov...
                  Feb. 25, 2024

                  Wenceslaus Hollar. Portraits. To include: James Stainer, Prince Rupert of Bavaria, Lady Mary Richmond, Raphael, Frances Stuart Portland, Philip IV of Spain, Peter Paul Rubens, and others. Each matted, 14" x 18"., Prov...

                  Est: $300 - $500

                  Wenceslaus Hollar. Portraits. To include: James Stainer, Prince Rupert of Bavaria, Lady Mary Richmond, Raphael, Frances Stuart Portland, Philip IV of Spain, Peter Paul Rubens, and others. Each matted, 14" x 18". Provenance: The Winfield Robbins print collection of Arlington, Massachusetts.

                  Tremont Auctions
                • Wenceslaus Hollar. Portraits. To include: Hans von Zurch Goltshmidt, Frans van den Wyngarde, Cornelis and Lucas Wael, John Tradescant Jr. and Sr., Charles Brandon, Sir Thomas Wentworth, William Laud, Mary I, and other...
                  Feb. 25, 2024

                  Wenceslaus Hollar. Portraits. To include: Hans von Zurch Goltshmidt, Frans van den Wyngarde, Cornelis and Lucas Wael, John Tradescant Jr. and Sr., Charles Brandon, Sir Thomas Wentworth, William Laud, Mary I, and other...

                  Est: $300 - $500

                  Wenceslaus Hollar. Portraits. To include: Hans von Zurch Goltshmidt, Frans van den Wyngarde, Cornelis and Lucas Wael, John Tradescant Jr. and Sr., Charles Brandon, Sir Thomas Wentworth, William Laud, Mary I, and others. Each matted, 14" x 18". Provenance: The Winfield Robbins print collection of Arlington, Massachusetts.

                  Tremont Auctions
                • Wenceslaus Hollar. Portraits. To include: Sir Francis Bacon, Anne of Cleves, Lady Alethea Arundel, Pietro Aretino, Elias Allen (Mathematician), Pierre Aretin, Buonamico Buffalmacco, Thomas Howard Arundel, Henrik van d...
                  Feb. 25, 2024

                  Wenceslaus Hollar. Portraits. To include: Sir Francis Bacon, Anne of Cleves, Lady Alethea Arundel, Pietro Aretino, Elias Allen (Mathematician), Pierre Aretin, Buonamico Buffalmacco, Thomas Howard Arundel, Henrik van d...

                  Est: $300 - $500

                  Wenceslaus Hollar. Portraits. To include: Sir Francis Bacon, Anne of Cleves, Lady Alethea Arundel, Pietro Aretino, Elias Allen (Mathematician), Pierre Aretin, Buonamico Buffalmacco, Thomas Howard Arundel, Henrik van der Borcht, Richard Bernard, and others. Each matted, 14" x 18". Provenance: The Winfield Robbins print collection of Arlington, Massachusetts.

                  Tremont Auctions
                • Wenceslaus Hollar. Portraits. To include: Jean Malder, Mary Queen of Scots, Mary Stuart, Nathaniel Nye, Marie de Medici, and others. Most matted, 14" x 18"., Provenance: The Winfield Robbins print collection of Arling...
                  Feb. 25, 2024

                  Wenceslaus Hollar. Portraits. To include: Jean Malder, Mary Queen of Scots, Mary Stuart, Nathaniel Nye, Marie de Medici, and others. Most matted, 14" x 18"., Provenance: The Winfield Robbins print collection of Arling...

                  Est: $200 - $300

                  Wenceslaus Hollar. Portraits. To include: Jean Malder, Mary Queen of Scots, Mary Stuart, Nathaniel Nye, Marie de Medici, and others. Most matted, 14" x 18". Provenance: The Winfield Robbins print collection of Arlington, Massachusetts.

                  Tremont Auctions
                • Wenceslaus Hollar. Portraits. To include: Catherine Howard, Hans Holbein, Anne of Cleves, Sir Phillip Herbert, Thomas Hobbes, Henrietta Maria, Jane Seymour, Prince James, Henry VIII, and others. Most matted, 14" x 18"...
                  Feb. 25, 2024

                  Wenceslaus Hollar. Portraits. To include: Catherine Howard, Hans Holbein, Anne of Cleves, Sir Phillip Herbert, Thomas Hobbes, Henrietta Maria, Jane Seymour, Prince James, Henry VIII, and others. Most matted, 14" x 18"...

                  Est: $300 - $500

                  Wenceslaus Hollar. Portraits. To include: Catherine Howard, Hans Holbein, Anne of Cleves, Sir Phillip Herbert, Thomas Hobbes, Henrietta Maria, Jane Seymour, Prince James, Henry VIII, and others. Most matted, 14" x 18". Provenance: The Winfield Robbins print collection of Arlington, Massachusetts.

                  Tremont Auctions
                • Prospects of London Before and After the Great Fire. Wenceslaus Hollar. 1666. Etching on two joined papers. Trimmed near or within plate marks. Top left with small loss. Top right corner small repair. Approximately 22...
                  Feb. 25, 2024

                  Prospects of London Before and After the Great Fire. Wenceslaus Hollar. 1666. Etching on two joined papers. Trimmed near or within plate marks. Top left with small loss. Top right corner small repair. Approximately 22...

                  Est: $2,000 - $3,000

                  Prospects of London Before and After the Great Fire. Wenceslaus Hollar. 1666. Etching on two joined papers. Trimmed near or within plate marks. Top left with small loss. Top right corner small repair. Approximately 220mm x 683mm. Watermark visible along right edge of paper. Provenance: The Winfield Robbins print collection of Arlington, Massachusetts.

                  Tremont Auctions
                • Wenzel,Hollar u.a.
                  Feb. 16, 2024

                  Wenzel,Hollar u.a.

                  Est: €3,600 - €5,400

                  Animalium, ferarum, & bestiarum, florum, fructuum muscarum vermiumq[ue] icones variae. Neues Blumen, Frucht und Thierbüchlein, nach dem leben gerissen. Nürnberg, J. Sandrart, 1676). Qu.-4to (ca. 20:30 cm). 9 (statt 11 u. ohne Titel) Kupfertafeln. Lose, ohne Einband. VD 17 29:734083Z; Hollstein, German XXXIX, 371-379. - Seitenverkehrte Nachstiche von Sandrart nach der 1663 erstmals erschienenen Folge. Vorhanden sind die Tafeln 1-9. - Fleckig, untere Außenecke braunfleckig, mit meist hinterlegten Randläsuren, Ein- und Ausrissen, dabei Taf. 8 mit größerem, Taf. 9 mit etwas Bildverlust. Taf. 6 außen u. unten, Taf. 9 ringsum bis zu Einfassungslinie beschnitten u. aufgezogen. Fehlt der gest. Titel (liegt in Fotokopie bei) u. die Taf. 10-11. - Gekauft wie besichtigt. - Selten. R

                  Kiefer Buch- und Kunstauktionen
                • Hollar, Wenzel
                  Feb. 16, 2024

                  Hollar, Wenzel

                  Est: €140 - €200

                  (1607 Prag - London 1677). Portraits nach Hans Holbein d.J. 7 Radierungen aus: A Collection of Original Etchings bei John McCreery, London 1816. 14 x 10 cm - 15 x 11,5 cm. Auf Karton mont. Minimal leimschattig.

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                • Hollar, Wenzel
                  Feb. 16, 2024

                  Hollar, Wenzel

                  Est: €400 - €600

                  (1607 Prag - London 1677). Feuer, Erde und Wasser. 3 (von 4) Kupferstiche nach Peeter van Avont. Je ca. 14,5 x 21 cm. 1647. Parthey 523, 525, 524, New Hollstein (Turner) 941 und 942, je letzte Zustände. Aus der Folge der Elemente. Laut neuerer Literatur ist das zur Folge zugeordnete Blatt "Wasser" nicht von Hollar. Ganz ausgezeichnete und harmonische Drucke meist an die Plattenkante geschnitten. Etwas angestaubt zu den Rändern hin, "Wasser" die Ecken unten rechts etwas dünn, weitere geringe Gebrauchsspuren, sonst sehr gut. R

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                • Hollar, Wenzel
                  Feb. 16, 2024

                  Hollar, Wenzel

                  Est: €100 - €150

                  (1607 Prag- 1677 London). Bildnis eines Mannes mit Turban. Radierung aus: A Collection of Original Etchings bei John McCreery, London 1816. Plgr. 8 x 6 cm. Mit Namensz. u. Dat. i.d.Pl. Auf Karton mont. - Etw. leimfl. ╔Dabei: Ders.╗ 4 Rad. n. Hans Holbein auf Japan aus: A Collection... 1816. Blgr. bis 14,8 x 11,4 cm. Mit Namenszug u. Dat. 1646, 1679 i.d.Pl. Auf Karton mont. - Etw. leimfl.

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                • Hollar, Wenzel
                  Feb. 16, 2024

                  Hollar, Wenzel

                  Est: €160 - €240

                  (1607 Prag - 1677 London). Mädchenbildnis mit dem Eichenkranz. Radierung n. Martin Schongauer auf Bütten aus: F.Basan, Dictionnaire des graveurs, 2. édition, 1789. Plgr. 11,5 x 8,7, Blgr. 19,5 x 12,1 cm. Mit den Namensz., Datum 1645 u. "Pag. 27" i.d. Platte. - Überwieg. im w. Rd. etw. stockfl.

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                • Hollar, Wenzel
                  Feb. 16, 2024

                  Hollar, Wenzel

                  Est: €140 - €200

                  (1607 Prag- 1677 London). Mädchenbildnis mit dem Eichenkranz. Radierung n. Martin Schongauer aus: A Collection of Original Etchings bei John McCreery, London 1816. Plgr. 11,5 x 9 cm. Mit Namenszug u. Dat. 1645 i.d.Pl. Auf Karton mont. - Etw. leimfl. ╔Dabei: Ders., Bildnis einer jungen Frau mit Perlenkette.╗ Rad. aus: A Collection.... 1816. Durchmesser Darst.: 9 cm. Mit Namenszug u. Dat. 1646 i.d.Pl. Auf demselben Karton wie das Mädchenbildnis mont. - Etw. leimfl.

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                • Hollar, Wenzel
                  Feb. 16, 2024

                  Hollar, Wenzel

                  Est: €120 - €180

                  (1607 Prag- 1677 London). Portrait der Lady Margaret Butts. Radierung n. Hans Holbein d.J. gest. v. A(dam) Alexius Bierling aus: A Collection of Original Etchings bei John McCreery, London 1816. Plgr. 13,5 x 9 cm. Mit Namensz. u. 1649 i.d.Pl. Auf Karton mont. - Etw. leimfl. ╔Dabei: Ders.╗ 5 Rad. auf Japan Aus: A Collection.... 1816. Blgr. bis 14 x 10 cm. Mit Namenszug u. Dat. 1647, 1649 i.d.Pl. Auf Karton mont. - Etw. Leimfl.

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