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copperplate engraver, Mezzotintostecher, Wood cutter, Miniature painter, Etcher, Engraver, b. 1673 - d. 1733

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            • BERNARD PICART (1673-1733), DE
              Apr. 15, 2024

              BERNARD PICART (1673-1733), DE

              Est: -

              Bernard Picart (1673-1733), Descent from the Cross after Rembrandt, etching with written margin on laid paper, 23 x 18.5 cm, matted 35 x 25 cm

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            • Bernard Picart (1673-1733), The First to Fourth Incarnations of the Hindu God Vishnu, 1722, Engraving on laid paper, Plate: 13.375" H x 8.75" W; Sheet: 16.5" H x 10.25" W
              Apr. 09, 2024

              Bernard Picart (1673-1733), The First to Fourth Incarnations of the Hindu God Vishnu, 1722, Engraving on laid paper, Plate: 13.375" H x 8.75" W; Sheet: 16.5" H x 10.25" W

              Est: $200 - $300

              Bernard Picart (1673-1733) The First to Fourth Incarnations of the Hindu God Vishnu, 1722 Engraving on laid paper With the artist's name and date printed in the plate, lower left: B. Picart; the incarnation number printed in the plate below each of the four scenes

              John Moran Auctioneers
            • Bernard Picart, France (1673-1733), Portrait of Oliver Cromwell, 1728, engraving on laid paper, 10 1/2"H x 7 1/4"W (plate), 15"H x 11 1/2"W (frame)
              Mar. 30, 2024

              Bernard Picart, France (1673-1733), Portrait of Oliver Cromwell, 1728, engraving on laid paper, 10 1/2"H x 7 1/4"W (plate), 15"H x 11 1/2"W (frame)

              Est: $50 - $100

              Bernard Picart France, (1673-1733) Portrait of Oliver Cromwell, 1728 engraving on laid paper Signed and dated in plate with inscription in Dutch. Small stain in upper right corner, nose, and collar of figure.

              Ripley Auctions
            • BERNARD PICART Paris, France (1673) / Amsterdam, Netherlands (1733) "Le Monarque"
              Mar. 04, 2024

              BERNARD PICART Paris, France (1673) / Amsterdam, Netherlands (1733) "Le Monarque"

              Est: €270 - €360

              Copper engraving colored with a brush As Eisenberg drew for his work: “L'ART DE MONTER À CHEVAL, ... / Ecrit et dessinE par le baron d'Eisenberg; et gravE par B. Picart”. To La Haye, 1733. Measurements: Frame: 22 x 30 cm

              Ansorena
            • Bernard Picart (French); Wenceslaus Hollar (BOHEMIAN); Jacques Callot (FRENCH) Various Old Master Print Album H 12.5" W 11.75"
              Feb. 16, 2024

              Bernard Picart (French); Wenceslaus Hollar (BOHEMIAN); Jacques Callot (FRENCH) Various Old Master Print Album H 12.5" W 11.75"

              Est: $1,000 - $2,000

              Stefano della Bella (ITALIAN); Pieter de Molijn (DUTCH, 1595-1661). Approximately 149 prints in total. Provenance: Property from a Sterling Heights, MI private collector.

              DuMouchelles
            • Picart, Bernard
              Feb. 16, 2024

              Picart, Bernard

              Est: €140 - €200

              (1673 Paris - Amsterdam 1733). Porus im Kampf. - True valour is always invincible. - Virtus timoris nescia sordidi. - La Vraye Valeur est toujours unvincible. 3 Bll. Kupferstiche n. Charles le Brun. Wohl um 1736. Plgr. 2 Bll. 70 x 49 cm u. Blgr. 70 x 53 cm. Tls. punktuell auf Karton mont. - Ein Bl. minimal randrissig u. gewellt. D

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            • B. PICART (1673-1733), Ceremony, Courage Breathing, Etching
              Feb. 10, 2024

              B. PICART (1673-1733), Ceremony, Courage Breathing, Etching

              Est: €45 - €75

              Bernard Picart (1673 Parus - 1733 Amsterdam): "Courage breathing", ceremony of Caribbean natives, 18th century, Etching Technique: Etching on Paper Inscription: Signed and titled in French below the depictions in printing plate. Date: 18th century Description: Ceremony of Caribbean natives,Maniere dont les PRÊTRE CARIBES souflent le Courage, "breath of courage" by priests during a ceremonial dance in a large hut. Keywords: 18th century, Classicism, Costumes, France,

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            • BERNARD PICARD (Paris, 1673 - Amsterdam, 1733). "Indigenous Woman Receiving her Lover". Early 18th century Dutch engraving. Text in French.
              Feb. 08, 2024

              BERNARD PICARD (Paris, 1673 - Amsterdam, 1733). "Indigenous Woman Receiving her Lover". Early 18th century Dutch engraving. Text in French.

              Est: €100 - €150

              BERNARD PICARD (Paris, 1673 - Amsterdam, 1733). "Indian Woman Receiving her Lover". Early 18th century Dutch engraving. Text in French. Published in Amsterdam by Jean Frédéric Bernard. Soiling, damp stains, cracks, creases and some tears. Reintegrations on paper. It was part of the book "Cérémonies et coutumes religieuses de tous les peuples du monde", which appeared from 1723 to 1743. Size: 34 x 23 cm (larger) . Bernard Picard was a French engraver. His father Etienne Picart was also an engraver. He moved to Antwerp in 1696, and then spent a year in Amsterdam, before returning to France at the end of 1698. After his wife died in 1708, he moved to Amsterdam in 1711. Most of his work was illustrations of books, including the Bible and works by Ovid. His most famous work is Cérémonies et coutumes religieuses de tous les peuples du monde, which appeared from 1723 to 1743 and was an immense effort to record the religious rituals and beliefs of the world in all their diversity, as objectively and authentically as possible. Jean-Frédéric Bernard (1683-1744) was a French publisher and writer. Born into a Huguenot family, he took refuge in Amsterdam because of the persecutions to which the Huguenots were subjected in France during Bernard's lifetime.Jean-Frédéric Bernard's most famous work is probably the encyclopaedia of religions entitled Cérémonies et Coutumes Religieuses de tous les Peuples du Monde, created in collaboration with the engraver and designer Bernard Picart between 1723 and 1743. This work is considered "the book that changed Europe" by scholars Lynn Hunt, Margaret C. Jacob, and Wijnand Mijnhardt, according to whom Cérémonies is the first major comparative study of religions published on the Old Continent, making a significant contribution to religious tolerance, appearing on the cultural scene at a time of persecution and conflict between religious communities.

              Setdart Auction House
            • BERNARD PICARD (Paris, 1673 - Amsterdam, 1733). "Hindu Deities". Early 18th century Dutch engraving. Text in French. Published in Amsterdam by Jean Frédéric Bernard.
              Feb. 08, 2024

              BERNARD PICARD (Paris, 1673 - Amsterdam, 1733). "Hindu Deities". Early 18th century Dutch engraving. Text in French. Published in Amsterdam by Jean Frédéric Bernard.

              Est: €100 - €150

              BERNARD PICARD (Paris, 1673 - Amsterdam, 1733). "Hindu Deities". Early 18th century Dutch engraving. Text in French. Published in Amsterdam by Jean Frédéric Bernard. Soiling, damp stains, cracks, creases and some tears. Reintegrations on paper. It was part of the book "Cérémonies et coutumes religieuses de tous les peuples du monde", which appeared from 1723 to 1743. Size: 23 x 41 cm (larger) . Engraving based on a work by Athanasius Kircher (Geisa, 1601 or 1602 - Rome, 27 or 28 November 1680) was a German Jesuit priest, polyglot, erudite, orientalist scholar, of encyclopaedic spirit and one of the most important scientists of the Baroque period. Bernard Picard was a French engraver. His father Etienne Picart was also an engraver. He moved to Antwerp in 1696, and then spent a year in Amsterdam, before returning to France at the end of 1698. After his wife died in 1708, he moved to Amsterdam in 1711. Most of his work was illustrations of books, including the Bible and works by Ovid. His most famous work is Cérémonies et coutumes religieuses de tous les peuples du monde, which appeared from 1723 to 1743 and was an immense effort to record the religious rituals and beliefs of the world in all their diversity, as objectively and authentically as possible. Jean-Frédéric Bernard (1683-1744) was a French publisher and writer. Born into a Huguenot family, he took refuge in Amsterdam because of the persecutions to which the Huguenots were subjected in France during Bernard's lifetime.Jean-Frédéric Bernard's most famous work is probably the encyclopaedia of religions entitled Cérémonies et Coutumes Religieuses de tous les Peuples du Monde, created in collaboration with the engraver and designer Bernard Picart between 1723 and 1743. This work is considered "the book that changed Europe" by scholars Lynn Hunt, Margaret C. Jacob, and Wijnand Mijnhardt, according to whom Cérémonies is the first major comparative study of religions published on the Old Continent, making a significant contribution to religious tolerance, appearing on the cultural scene at a time of persecution and conflict between religious communities.

              Setdart Auction House
            • BERNARD PICARD (Paris, 1673 - Amsterdam, 1733). "Religious Ceremonies and Ceremonial Costumes of the Russian Bishops".
              Feb. 08, 2024

              BERNARD PICARD (Paris, 1673 - Amsterdam, 1733). "Religious Ceremonies and Ceremonial Costumes of the Russian Bishops".

              Est: €200 - €250

              BERNARD PICARD (Paris, 1673 - Amsterdam, 1733). "Religious Ceremonies and Ceremonial Costumes of the Russian Bishops". Four early 18th century Dutch engravings. Text in French. Published in Amsterdam by Jean Frédéric Bernard. Soiling, damp stains, cracks, creases and some tears. Reintegrations in the paper. They were part of the book "Cérémonies et coutumes religieuses de tous les peuples du monde", which appeared from 1723 to 1743. Size: 34.5 x 23 cm (largest) . Bernard Picard was a French engraver. His father Etienne Picart was also an engraver. He moved to Antwerp in 1696, and then spent a year in Amsterdam, before returning to France at the end of 1698. After his wife died in 1708, he moved to Amsterdam in 1711. Most of his work was illustrations of books, including the Bible and works by Ovid. His most famous work is Cérémonies et coutumes religieuses de tous les peuples du monde, which appeared from 1723 to 1743 and was an immense effort to record the religious rituals and beliefs of the world in all their diversity, as objectively and authentically as possible. Jean-Frédéric Bernard (1683-1744) was a French publisher and writer. Born into a Huguenot family, he took refuge in Amsterdam because of the persecutions to which the Huguenots were subjected in France during Bernard's lifetime.Jean-Frédéric Bernard's most famous work is probably the encyclopaedia of religions entitled Cérémonies et Coutumes Religieuses de tous les Peuples du Monde, created in collaboration with the engraver and designer Bernard Picart between 1723 and 1743. This work is considered "the book that changed Europe" by scholars Lynn Hunt, Margaret C. Jacob, and Wijnand Mijnhardt, according to whom Cérémonies is the first major comparative study of religions published on the Old Continent, making a significant contribution to religious tolerance, appearing on the cultural scene at a time of persecution and conflict between religious communities.

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            • BERNARD PICARD (Paris 1673 - Amsterdam 1733). "Religious Ceremonies and Hindu, Greek and Turkish Characters". Three early 18th-century Dutch engravings
              Feb. 08, 2024

              BERNARD PICARD (Paris 1673 - Amsterdam 1733). "Religious Ceremonies and Hindu, Greek and Turkish Characters". Three early 18th-century Dutch engravings

              Est: €200 - €300

              BERNARD PICARD (Paris 1673 - Amsterdam 1733). "Religious Ceremonies and Hindu, Greek and Turkish Characters". Three early 18th century Dutch engravings. Text in French. Published in Amsterdam by Jean Frédéric Bernard. Soiling, damp stains, cracks, creases and some tears. Reintegrations in the paper. They were part of the book "Cérémonies et coutumes religieuses de tous les peuples du monde", which appeared from 1723 to 1743. Size: 35 x 23.5 cm (larger) . Bernard Picard was a French engraver. His father Etienne Picart was also an engraver. He moved to Antwerp in 1696, and then spent a year in Amsterdam, before returning to France at the end of 1698. After his wife died in 1708, he moved to Amsterdam in 1711. Most of his work was illustrations of books, including the Bible and works by Ovid. His most famous work is Cérémonies et coutumes religieuses de tous les peuples du monde, which appeared from 1723 to 1743 and was an immense effort to record the religious rituals and beliefs of the world in all their diversity, as objectively and authentically as possible. Jean-Frédéric Bernard (1683-1744) was a French publisher and writer. Born into a Huguenot family, he took refuge in Amsterdam because of the persecutions to which the Huguenots were subjected in France during Bernard's lifetime.Jean-Frédéric Bernard's most famous work is probably the encyclopaedia of religions entitled Cérémonies et Coutumes Religieuses de tous les Peuples du Monde, created in collaboration with the engraver and designer Bernard Picart between 1723 and 1743. This work is considered "the book that changed Europe" by scholars Lynn Hunt, Margaret C. Jacob, and Wijnand Mijnhardt, according to whom Cérémonies is the first major comparative study of religions published on the Old Continent, making a significant contribution to religious tolerance, appearing on the cultural scene at a time of persecution and conflict between religious communities.

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            • BERNARD PICARD, (Paris 1673 - Amsterdam 1733). "Lappish gods, customs and magic drums". Three early 18th-century Dutch engravings.
              Feb. 08, 2024

              BERNARD PICARD, (Paris 1673 - Amsterdam 1733). "Lappish gods, customs and magic drums". Three early 18th-century Dutch engravings.

              Est: €250 - €300

              BERNARD PICARD, (Paris 1673 - Amsterdam 1733). "Lapp gods, customs and magic drums". Three early 18th century Dutch engravings. Texts in French. Soiling, damp stains, cracks, creases and some tears. They were part of the book "Cérémonies et coutumes religieuses de tous les peuples du monde", which appeared from 1723 to 1743. Size: 34 x 23 cm (larger) . Bernard Picard was a French engraver. His father Etienne Picart was also an engraver. He moved to Antwerp in 1696, and then spent a year in Amsterdam, before returning to France at the end of 1698. After his wife died in 1708, he moved to Amsterdam in 1711. Most of his work was illustrations of books, including the Bible and works by Ovid. His most famous work is Cérémonies et coutumes religieuses de tous les peuples du monde, which appeared from 1723 to 1743 and was an immense effort to record the religious rituals and beliefs of the world in all their diversity, as objectively and authentically as possible.

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            • BERNARD PICARD (Paris 1673 - Amsterdam 1733). Two early 18th century Dutch engravings. "Funeral Pomps in China and Tunquin". Texts in French.
              Feb. 08, 2024

              BERNARD PICARD (Paris 1673 - Amsterdam 1733). Two early 18th century Dutch engravings. "Funeral Pomps in China and Tunquin". Texts in French.

              Est: €250 - €300

              BERNARD PICARD (Paris 1673 - Amsterdam 1733). Two early 18th century Dutch engravings. "Funeral Pomps in China and Tunquin". Texts in French. Soiling, damp stains, cracks, creases and some tears. They were part of the book "Cérémonies et coutumes religieuses de tous les peuples du monde", which appeared from 1723 to 1743. Size: 34.5 x 47 cm (larger) . Bernard Picard was a French engraver. His father Etienne Picart was also an engraver. He moved to Antwerp in 1696, and then spent a year in Amsterdam, before returning to France at the end of 1698. After his wife died in 1708, he moved to Amsterdam in 1711. Most of his work was illustrations of books, including the Bible and works by Ovid. His most famous work is Cérémonies et coutumes religieuses de tous les peuples du monde, which appeared from 1723 to 1743 and was an immense effort to record the religious rituals and beliefs of the world in all their diversity, as objectively and authentically as possible.

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            • BERNARD PICARD (Paris, 1673 - Amsterdam, 1733). "Chinese Pagodas". Early 18th century Dutch engraving. Text in French.
              Feb. 08, 2024

              BERNARD PICARD (Paris, 1673 - Amsterdam, 1733). "Chinese Pagodas". Early 18th century Dutch engraving. Text in French.

              Est: €200 - €300

              BERNARD PICARD (Paris, 1673 - Amsterdam, 1733). "Chinese Pagodas. Early 18th century Dutch engraving. Text in French. Published in Amsterdam by Jean Frédéric Bernard. Soiling, damp stains, cracks, creases and some tears. Reintegrations on paper. It was part of the book "Cérémonies et coutumes religieuses de tous les peuples du monde", which appeared from 1723 to 1743. Size: 34 x 43.5 cm (larger) . Bernard Picard was a French engraver. His father Etienne Picart was also an engraver. He moved to Antwerp in 1696, and then spent a year in Amsterdam, before returning to France at the end of 1698. After his wife died in 1708, he moved to Amsterdam in 1711. Most of his work was illustrations of books, including the Bible and works by Ovid. His most famous work is Cérémonies et coutumes religieuses de tous les peuples du monde, which appeared from 1723 to 1743 and was an immense effort to record the religious rituals and beliefs of the world in all their diversity, as objectively and authentically as possible. Jean-Frédéric Bernard (1683-1744) was a French publisher and writer. Born into a Huguenot family, he took refuge in Amsterdam because of the persecutions to which the Huguenots were subjected in France during Bernard's lifetime.Jean-Frédéric Bernard's most famous work is probably the encyclopaedia of religions entitled Cérémonies et Coutumes Religieuses de tous les Peuples du Monde, created in collaboration with the engraver and designer Bernard Picart between 1723 and 1743. This work is considered "the book that changed Europe" by scholars Lynn Hunt, Margaret C. Jacob, and Wijnand Mijnhardt, according to whom Cérémonies is the first major comparative study of religions published on the Old Continent, making a significant contribution to religious tolerance, appearing on the cultural scene at a time of persecution and conflict between religious communities.

              Setdart Auction House
            • BERNARD PICARD (Paris, 1673 - Amsterdam, 1733). "Scenes from the Synagogue of the Portuguese Jews in The Hague". Two early 18th century Dutch engravings.
              Feb. 08, 2024

              BERNARD PICARD (Paris, 1673 - Amsterdam, 1733). "Scenes from the Synagogue of the Portuguese Jews in The Hague". Two early 18th century Dutch engravings.

              Est: €200 - €250

              BERNARD PICARD (Paris, 1673 - Amsterdam, 1733). "Scenes from the Synagogue of the Portuguese Jews in The Hague". Two early 18th century Dutch engravings. Text in French. Published in Amsterdam by Jean Frédéric Bernard. Soiling, damp stains, cracks, creases and some tears. Reintegrations in the paper. They were part of the book "Cérémonies et coutumes religieuses de tous les peuples du monde", which appeared from 1723 to 1743. Size: 34 x 23 cm (larger) . Bernard Picard was a French engraver. His father Etienne Picart was also an engraver. He moved to Antwerp in 1696, and then spent a year in Amsterdam, before returning to France at the end of 1698. After his wife died in 1708, he moved to Amsterdam in 1711. Most of his work was illustrations of books, including the Bible and works by Ovid. His most famous work is Cérémonies et coutumes religieuses de tous les peuples du monde, which appeared from 1723 to 1743 and was an immense effort to record the religious rituals and beliefs of the world in all their diversity, as objectively and authentically as possible. Jean-Frédéric Bernard (1683-1744) was a French publisher and writer. Born into a Huguenot family, he took refuge in Amsterdam because of the persecutions to which the Huguenots were subjected in France during Bernard's lifetime.Jean-Frédéric Bernard's most famous work is probably the encyclopaedia of religions entitled Cérémonies et Coutumes Religieuses de tous les Peuples du Monde, created in collaboration with the engraver and designer Bernard Picart between 1723 and 1743. This work is considered "the book that changed Europe" by scholars Lynn Hunt, Margaret C. Jacob, and Wijnand Mijnhardt, according to whom Cérémonies is the first major comparative study of religions published on the Old Continent, making a significant contribution to religious tolerance, appearing on the cultural scene at a time of persecution and conflict between religious communities.

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            • BERNARD PICARD (Paris 1673 - Amsterdam 1733). "Burial Ceremonies and Commemorations of the Armenian and Turkish Communities". Two early 18th century Dutch engravings. Texts in French.
              Feb. 08, 2024

              BERNARD PICARD (Paris 1673 - Amsterdam 1733). "Burial Ceremonies and Commemorations of the Armenian and Turkish Communities". Two early 18th century Dutch engravings. Texts in French.

              Est: €200 - €300

              BERNARD PICARD (Paris 1673 - Amsterdam 1733). "Burial Ceremonies and Commemorations of the Armenian and Turkish Communities". Two early 18th century Dutch engravings. Texts in French. Edited in Amsterdam by Jean Frédéric Bernard. Soiling, damp stains, cracks, creases and some tears. They were part of the book "Cérémonies et coutumes religieuses de tous les peuples du monde", which appeared from 1723 to 1743. Size: 34.5 x 47 cm (larger) . Bernard Picard was a French engraver. His father Etienne Picart was also an engraver. He moved to Antwerp in 1696, and then spent a year in Amsterdam, before returning to France at the end of 1698. After his wife died in 1708, he moved to Amsterdam in 1711. Most of his work was illustrations of books, including the Bible and works by Ovid. His most famous work is Cérémonies et coutumes religieuses de tous les peuples du monde, which appeared from 1723 to 1743 and was an immense effort to record the religious rituals and beliefs of the world in all their diversity, as objectively and authentically as possible. Jean-Frédéric Bernard (1683-1744) was a French publisher and writer. Born into a Huguenot family, he took refuge in Amsterdam because of the persecutions to which the Huguenots were subjected in France during Bernard's lifetime.Jean-Frédéric Bernard's most famous work is probably the encyclopaedia of religions entitled Cérémonies et Coutumes Religieuses de tous les Peuples du Monde, created in collaboration with the engraver and designer Bernard Picart between 1723 and 1743. This work is considered "the book that changed Europe" by scholars Lynn Hunt, Margaret C. Jacob, and Wijnand Mijnhardt, according to whom Cérémonies is the first major comparative study of religions published on the Old Continent, making a significant contribution to religious tolerance, appearing on the cultural scene at a time of persecution and conflict between religious communities.

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            • BERNARD PICARD (Paris 1673 - Amsterdam 1733). "Various Pagodas and Penances of the Fakirs". Two early 18th century Dutch engravings.
              Feb. 08, 2024

              BERNARD PICARD (Paris 1673 - Amsterdam 1733). "Various Pagodas and Penances of the Fakirs". Two early 18th century Dutch engravings.

              Est: €200 - €250

              BERNARD PICARD (Paris 1673 - Amsterdam 1733). "Various Pagodas and Penances of the Fakirs". Two early 18th century Dutch engravings. Texts in French. Edited in Amsterdam by Jean Frédéric Bernard. Soiling, damp stains, cracks, creases and some tears. They were part of the book "Cérémonies et coutumes religieuses de tous les peuples du monde", which appeared from 1723 to 1743. Size: 35 x 45 cm (larger) . Bernard Picard was a French engraver. His father Etienne Picart was also an engraver. He moved to Antwerp in 1696, and then spent a year in Amsterdam, before returning to France at the end of 1698. After his wife died in 1708, he moved to Amsterdam in 1711. Most of his work was illustrations of books, including the Bible and works by Ovid. His most famous work is Cérémonies et coutumes religieuses de tous les peuples du monde, which appeared from 1723 to 1743 and was an immense effort to record the religious rituals and beliefs of the world in all their diversity, as objectively and authentically as possible. Jean-Frédéric Bernard (1683-1744) was a French publisher and writer. Born into a Huguenot family, he took refuge in Amsterdam because of the persecutions to which the Huguenots were subjected in France during Bernard's lifetime.Jean-Frédéric Bernard's most famous work is probably the encyclopaedia of religions entitled Cérémonies et Coutumes Religieuses de tous les Peuples du Monde, created in collaboration with the engraver and designer Bernard Picart between 1723 and 1743. This work is considered "the book that changed Europe" by scholars Lynn Hunt, Margaret C. Jacob, and Wijnand Mijnhardt, according to whom Cérémonies is the first major comparative study of religions published on the Old Continent, making a significant contribution to religious tolerance, appearing on the cultural scene at a time of persecution and conflict between religious communities.

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            • BERNARD PICARD (Paris 1673 - Amsterdam 1733). "Ceremonies of Papal Pontifical Inaugurations". Two early 18th century Dutch engravings.
              Feb. 08, 2024

              BERNARD PICARD (Paris 1673 - Amsterdam 1733). "Ceremonies of Papal Pontifical Inaugurations". Two early 18th century Dutch engravings.

              Est: €200 - €250

              BERNARD PICARD (Paris 1673 - Amsterdam 1733). "Ceremonies of Papal Pontifical Inaugurations". Two early 18th century Dutch engravings. Texts in French. Edited in Amsterdam by Jean Frédéric Bernard. Soiling, damp stains, cracks, creases and some tears. They were part of the book "Cérémonies et coutumes religieuses de tous les peuples du monde", which appeared from 1723 to 1743. Size: 36 x 47 cm (larger) . Bernard Picard was a French engraver. His father Etienne Picart was also an engraver. He moved to Antwerp in 1696, and then spent a year in Amsterdam, before returning to France at the end of 1698. After his wife died in 1708, he moved to Amsterdam in 1711. Most of his work was illustrations of books, including the Bible and works by Ovid. His most famous work is Cérémonies et coutumes religieuses de tous les peuples du monde, which appeared from 1723 to 1743 and was an immense effort to record the religious rituals and beliefs of the world in all their diversity, as objectively and authentically as possible. Jean-Frédéric Bernard (1683-1744) was a French publisher and writer. Born into a Huguenot family, he took refuge in Amsterdam because of the persecutions to which the Huguenots were subjected in France during Bernard's lifetime.Jean-Frédéric Bernard's most famous work is probably the encyclopaedia of religions entitled Cérémonies et Coutumes Religieuses de tous les Peuples du Monde, created in collaboration with the engraver and designer Bernard Picart between 1723 and 1743. This work is considered "the book that changed Europe" by scholars Lynn Hunt, Margaret C. Jacob, and Wijnand Mijnhardt, according to whom Cérémonies is the first major comparative study of religions published on the Old Continent, making a significant contribution to religious tolerance, appearing on the cultural scene at a time of persecution and conflict between religious communities.

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            • BERNARD PICARD (Paris 1673 - Amsterdam 1733). "Ceremonies and Customs of the Augsburg Lutherans". Two early 18th century Dutch engravings.
              Feb. 08, 2024

              BERNARD PICARD (Paris 1673 - Amsterdam 1733). "Ceremonies and Customs of the Augsburg Lutherans". Two early 18th century Dutch engravings.

              Est: €200 - €250

              BERNARD PICARD (Paris 1673 - Amsterdam 1733). "Ceremonies and Customs of the Augsburg Lutherans". Two early 18th century Dutch engravings. Texts in French. Edited in Amsterdam by Jean Frédéric Bernard. Soiling, damp stains, cracks, creases and some tears. They were part of the book "Cérémonies et coutumes religieuses de tous les peuples du monde", which appeared from 1723 to 1743. Size: 35 x 45 cm (larger) . Bernard Picard was a French engraver. His father Etienne Picart was also an engraver. He moved to Antwerp in 1696, and then spent a year in Amsterdam, before returning to France at the end of 1698. After his wife died in 1708, he moved to Amsterdam in 1711. Most of his work was illustrations of books, including the Bible and works by Ovid. His most famous work is Cérémonies et coutumes religieuses de tous les peuples du monde, which appeared from 1723 to 1743 and was an immense effort to record the religious rituals and beliefs of the world in all their diversity, as objectively and authentically as possible. Jean-Frédéric Bernard (1683-1744) was a French publisher and writer. Born into a Huguenot family, he took refuge in Amsterdam because of the persecutions to which the Huguenots were subjected in France during Bernard's lifetime.Jean-Frédéric Bernard's most famous work is probably the encyclopaedia of religions entitled Cérémonies et Coutumes Religieuses de tous les Peuples du Monde, created in collaboration with the engraver and designer Bernard Picart between 1723 and 1743. This work is considered "the book that changed Europe" by scholars Lynn Hunt, Margaret C. Jacob, and Wijnand Mijnhardt, according to whom Cérémonies is the first major comparative study of religions published on the Old Continent, making a significant contribution to religious tolerance, appearing on the cultural scene at a time of persecution and conflict between religious communities.

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            • BERNARD PICARD (Paris 1673 - Amsterdam 1733). "The Taled or Veil, the Zizith or Houps, the Teffilins or Frontlets, and some other uses connected with Jewish prayer".
              Feb. 08, 2024

              BERNARD PICARD (Paris 1673 - Amsterdam 1733). "The Taled or Veil, the Zizith or Houps, the Teffilins or Frontlets, and some other uses connected with Jewish prayer".

              Est: €200 - €250

              BERNARD PICARD (Paris 1673 - Amsterdam 1733). "The Taled or Veil, the Zizith or Houps, the Teffilins or Frontlets, and some other uses connected with Jewish prayer". Early 18th century Dutch engraving. Text in French. Edited in Amsterdam by Jean Frédéric Bernard. Soiling, damp stains, cracks, creases and some tears. They were part of the book "Cérémonies et coutumes religieuses de tous les peuples du monde", which appeared from 1723 to 1743. Size: 34.5 x 23 cm (largest) . Bernard Picard was a French engraver. His father Etienne Picart was also an engraver. He moved to Antwerp in 1696, and then spent a year in Amsterdam, before returning to France at the end of 1698. After his wife died in 1708, he moved to Amsterdam in 1711. Most of his work was illustrations of books, including the Bible and works by Ovid. His most famous work is Cérémonies et coutumes religieuses de tous les peuples du monde, which appeared from 1723 to 1743 and was an immense effort to record the religious rituals and beliefs of the world in all their diversity, as objectively and authentically as possible. Jean-Frédéric Bernard (1683-1744) was a French publisher and writer. Born into a Huguenot family, he took refuge in Amsterdam because of the persecutions to which the Huguenots were subjected in France during Bernard's lifetime.Jean-Frédéric Bernard's most famous work is probably the encyclopaedia of religions entitled Cérémonies et Coutumes Religieuses de tous les Peuples du Monde, created in collaboration with the engraver and designer Bernard Picart between 1723 and 1743. This work is considered "the book that changed Europe" by scholars Lynn Hunt, Margaret C. Jacob, and Wijnand Mijnhardt, according to whom Cérémonies is the first major comparative study of religions published on the Old Continent, making a significant contribution to religious tolerance, appearing on the cultural scene at a time of persecution and conflict between religious communities.

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            • BERNARD PICARD (Paris 1673 - Amsterdam 1733). "Ceremonies and Religious Customs of the Incas and Hindus". Three early 18th-century Dutch engravings.
              Feb. 08, 2024

              BERNARD PICARD (Paris 1673 - Amsterdam 1733). "Ceremonies and Religious Customs of the Incas and Hindus". Three early 18th-century Dutch engravings.

              Est: €200 - €300

              BERNARD PICARD (Paris 1673 - Amsterdam 1733). "Ceremonies and Religious Customs of the Incas and Hindus". Three early 18th century Dutch engravings. Text in French. Published in Amsterdam by Jean Frédéric Bernard. Soiling, damp stains, cracks, creases and some tears. Reintegrated paper. They were part of the book "Cérémonies et coutumes religieuses de tous les peuples du monde", which appeared from 1723 to 1743. Size: 35 x 23.5 cm (larger) . Bernard Picard was a French engraver. His father Etienne Picart was also an engraver. He moved to Antwerp in 1696, and then spent a year in Amsterdam, before returning to France at the end of 1698. After his wife died in 1708, he moved to Amsterdam in 1711. Most of his work was illustrations of books, including the Bible and works by Ovid. His most famous work is Cérémonies et coutumes religieuses de tous les peuples du monde, which appeared from 1723 to 1743 and was an immense effort to record the religious rituals and beliefs of the world in all their diversity, as objectively and authentically as possible. Jean-Frédéric Bernard (1683-1744) was a French publisher and writer. Born into a Huguenot family, he took refuge in Amsterdam because of the persecutions to which the Huguenots were subjected in France during Bernard's lifetime.Jean-Frédéric Bernard's most famous work is probably the encyclopaedia of religions entitled Cérémonies et Coutumes Religieuses de tous les Peuples du Monde, created in collaboration with the engraver and designer Bernard Picart between 1723 and 1743. This work is considered "the book that changed Europe" by scholars Lynn Hunt, Margaret C. Jacob, and Wijnand Mijnhardt, according to whom Cérémonies is the first major comparative study of religions published on the Old Continent, making a significant contribution to religious tolerance, appearing on the cultural scene at a time of persecution and conflict between religious communities.

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            • BERNARD PICARD (Paris 1673 - Amsterdam 1733). "Ceremonies and religious customs of various peoples of Asia (Tartars, Chinese, Burmese and Indonesians)
              Feb. 08, 2024

              BERNARD PICARD (Paris 1673 - Amsterdam 1733). "Ceremonies and religious customs of various peoples of Asia (Tartars, Chinese, Burmese and Indonesians)

              Est: €200 - €300

              BERNARD PICARD (Paris 1673 - Amsterdam 1733). "Ceremonies and religious customs of various peoples of Asia (Tartars, Chinese, Burmese and Indonesians). Three early 18th century Dutch engravings. Text in French. Published in Amsterdam by Jean Frédéric Bernard. Soiling, damp stains, cracks, creases and some tears. They were part of the book "Cérémonies et coutumes religieuses de tous les peuples du monde", which appeared from 1723 to 1743. Size: 34.5 x 23 cm (largest) . Bernard Picard was a French engraver. His father Etienne Picart was also an engraver. He moved to Antwerp in 1696, and then spent a year in Amsterdam, before returning to France at the end of 1698. After his wife died in 1708, he moved to Amsterdam in 1711. Most of his work was illustrations of books, including the Bible and works by Ovid. His most famous work is Cérémonies et coutumes religieuses de tous les peuples du monde, which appeared from 1723 to 1743 and was an immense effort to record the religious rituals and beliefs of the world in all their diversity, as objectively and authentically as possible. Jean-Frédéric Bernard (1683-1744) was a French publisher and writer. Born into a Huguenot family, he took refuge in Amsterdam because of the persecutions to which the Huguenots were subjected in France during Bernard's lifetime.Jean-Frédéric Bernard's most famous work is probably the encyclopaedia of religions entitled Cérémonies et Coutumes Religieuses de tous les Peuples du Monde, created in collaboration with the engraver and designer Bernard Picart between 1723 and 1743. This work is considered "the book that changed Europe" by scholars Lynn Hunt, Margaret C. Jacob, and Wijnand Mijnhardt, according to whom Cérémonies is the first major comparative study of religions published on the Old Continent, making a significant contribution to religious tolerance, appearing on the cultural scene at a time of persecution and conflict between religious communities.

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            • BERNARD PICARD (Paris 1673 - Amsterdam 1733). "Ceremonies and Religious Customs of the Persians and Hindus".
              Feb. 08, 2024

              BERNARD PICARD (Paris 1673 - Amsterdam 1733). "Ceremonies and Religious Customs of the Persians and Hindus".

              Est: €200 - €300

              BERNARD PICARD (Paris 1673 - Amsterdam 1733). "Ceremonies and Religious Customs of the Persians and Hindus". Three early 18th century Dutch engravings. Text in French. Published in Amsterdam by Jean Frédéric Bernard. Soiling, damp stains, cracks, creases and some tears. Reintegrations in the paper. They were part of the book "Cérémonies et coutumes religieuses de tous les peuples du monde", which appeared from 1723 to 1743. Size: 35 x 23 cm (larger) . Bernard Picard was a French engraver. His father Etienne Picart was also an engraver. He moved to Antwerp in 1696, and then spent a year in Amsterdam, before returning to France at the end of 1698. After his wife died in 1708, he moved to Amsterdam in 1711. Most of his work was illustrations of books, including the Bible and works by Ovid. His most famous work is Cérémonies et coutumes religieuses de tous les peuples du monde, which appeared from 1723 to 1743 and was an immense effort to record the religious rituals and beliefs of the world in all their diversity, as objectively and authentically as possible. Jean-Frédéric Bernard (1683-1744) was a French publisher and writer. Born into a Huguenot family, he took refuge in Amsterdam because of the persecutions to which the Huguenots were subjected in France during Bernard's lifetime.Jean-Frédéric Bernard's most famous work is probably the encyclopaedia of religions entitled Cérémonies et Coutumes Religieuses de tous les Peuples du Monde, created in collaboration with the engraver and designer Bernard Picart between 1723 and 1743. This work is considered "the book that changed Europe" by scholars Lynn Hunt, Margaret C. Jacob, and Wijnand Mijnhardt, according to whom Cérémonies is the first major comparative study of religions published on the Old Continent, making a significant contribution to religious tolerance, appearing on the cultural scene at a time of persecution and conflict between religious communities.

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            • BERNARD PICARD (Paris 1673 - Amsterdam 1733). "Religious Ceremonies of Tartars, Hindus and Chinese Deity". Four early 18th-century Dutch engravings.
              Feb. 08, 2024

              BERNARD PICARD (Paris 1673 - Amsterdam 1733). "Religious Ceremonies of Tartars, Hindus and Chinese Deity". Four early 18th-century Dutch engravings.

              Est: €200 - €250

              BERNARD PICARD (Paris 1673 - Amsterdam 1733). "Religious Ceremonies of Tartars, Hindus and Chinese Deity". Four early 18th century Dutch engravings. Text in French. Published in Amsterdam by Jean Frédéric Bernard. Soiling, damp stains, cracks, creases and some tears. Reintegrations in the paper. They were part of the book "Cérémonies et coutumes religieuses de tous les peuples du monde", which appeared from 1723 to 1743. Size: 35.5 x 23.5 cm (largest) . Bernard Picard was a French engraver. His father Etienne Picart was also an engraver. He moved to Antwerp in 1696, and then spent a year in Amsterdam, before returning to France at the end of 1698. After his wife died in 1708, he moved to Amsterdam in 1711. Most of his work was illustrations of books, including the Bible and works by Ovid. His most famous work is Cérémonies et coutumes religieuses de tous les peuples du monde, which appeared from 1723 to 1743 and was an immense effort to record the religious rituals and beliefs of the world in all their diversity, as objectively and authentically as possible. Jean-Frédéric Bernard (1683-1744) was a French publisher and writer. Born into a Huguenot family, he took refuge in Amsterdam because of the persecutions to which the Huguenots were subjected in France during Bernard's lifetime.Jean-Frédéric Bernard's most famous work is probably the encyclopaedia of religions entitled Cérémonies et Coutumes Religieuses de tous les Peuples du Monde, created in collaboration with the engraver and designer Bernard Picart between 1723 and 1743. This work is considered "the book that changed Europe" by scholars Lynn Hunt, Margaret C. Jacob, and Wijnand Mijnhardt, according to whom Cérémonies is the first major comparative study of religions published on the Old Continent, making a significant contribution to religious tolerance, appearing on the cultural scene at a time of persecution and conflict between religious communities.

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            • BERNARD PICARD (Paris 1673 - Amsterdam 1733). "Religious Ceremonies and Asian and Egyptian Deities"". Four early 18th-century Dutch engravings. Text in French.
              Feb. 08, 2024

              BERNARD PICARD (Paris 1673 - Amsterdam 1733). "Religious Ceremonies and Asian and Egyptian Deities"". Four early 18th-century Dutch engravings. Text in French.

              Est: €200 - €250

              BERNARD PICARD (Paris 1673 - Amsterdam 1733). "Religious Ceremonies and Asiatic and Egyptian Deities"". Four early 18th century Dutch engravings. Text in French. Published in Amsterdam by Jean Frédéric Bernard. Soiling, damp stains, cracks, creases and some tears. Reintegrations in the paper. They were part of the book "Cérémonies et coutumes religieuses de tous les peuples du monde", which appeared from 1723 to 1743. Size: 35 x 23.5 cm (larger) . Bernard Picard was a French engraver. His father Etienne Picart was also an engraver. He moved to Antwerp in 1696, and then spent a year in Amsterdam, before returning to France at the end of 1698. After his wife died in 1708, he moved to Amsterdam in 1711. Most of his work was illustrations of books, including the Bible and works by Ovid. His most famous work is Cérémonies et coutumes religieuses de tous les peuples du monde, which appeared from 1723 to 1743 and was an immense effort to record the religious rituals and beliefs of the world in all their diversity, as objectively and authentically as possible. Jean-Frédéric Bernard (1683-1744) was a French publisher and writer. Born into a Huguenot family, he took refuge in Amsterdam because of the persecutions to which the Huguenots were subjected in France during Bernard's lifetime.Jean-Frédéric Bernard's most famous work is probably the encyclopaedia of religions entitled Cérémonies et Coutumes Religieuses de tous les Peuples du Monde, created in collaboration with the engraver and designer Bernard Picart between 1723 and 1743. This work is considered "the book that changed Europe" by scholars Lynn Hunt, Margaret C. Jacob, and Wijnand Mijnhardt, according to whom Cérémonies is the first major comparative study of religions published on the Old Continent, making a significant contribution to religious tolerance, appearing on the cultural scene at a time of persecution and conflict between religious communities.

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            • BERNARD PICARD / LOUIS FABRICiUS DUBOURG / FRANÇOIS MORELLON LA CAVE. "Religious and social ceremonies in Europe.
              Feb. 08, 2024

              BERNARD PICARD / LOUIS FABRICiUS DUBOURG / FRANÇOIS MORELLON LA CAVE. "Religious and social ceremonies in Europe.

              Est: €300 - €350

              BERNARD PICARD / LOUIS FABRICiUS DUBOURG / FRANÇOIS MORELLON LA CAVE. "Religious and social ceremonies in Europe". Three 18th century Dutch engravings. Text in French. Published in Amsterdam by Jean Frédéric Bernard. Soiling, damp stains, cracks, creases and some tears. Reintegrations in the paper. They were part of the book "Cérémonies et coutumes religieuses de tous les peuples du monde", which appeared from 1723 to 1743. Size: 35 x 24 cm (larger) . Bernard Picard was a French engraver. His father Etienne Picart was also an engraver. He moved to Antwerp in 1696, and then spent a year in Amsterdam, before returning to France at the end of 1698. After his wife died in 1708, he moved to Amsterdam in 1711. Most of his work was illustrations of books, including the Bible and works by Ovid. His most famous work is Cérémonies et coutumes religieuses de tous les peuples du monde, which appeared from 1723 to 1743 and was an immense effort to record the religious rituals and beliefs of the world in all their diversity, as objectively and authentically as possible. Louis Fabricius Dubourg (1693-1775) was a historicist painter, a scholar of Arcadian landscapes and an engraver. He cooperated with Bernard Picart. After producing several beautiful paintings, some of which can be seen in the Westerkerk, the New Church and the Amsterdam Town Hall, he switched from the brush to the graver brush and executed some vignettes and other small compositions, and also engraved several plates of his own designs. He collaborated with members of the Stadstekenacademie, Amsterdam, such as Jacob Folkema, François Morellon, Cornelis Troost, Simon Fokke, Michiel Elgersma and Pieter Tanjé. François Morellon La Cave, born in April 1696 in The Hague and died in July 1768 in Amsterdam, was a French-born painter and engraver active in the Netherlands in the 18th century. Jean-Frédéric Bernard (1683-1744) was a French publisher and writer. Born into a Huguenot family, he took refuge in Amsterdam because of the persecutions to which the Huguenots were subjected in France during the period in which Bernard lived.Jean-Frédéric Bernard's most famous work is probably the encyclopaedia of religions entitled Cérémonies et Coutumes Religieuses de tous les Peuples du Monde, created in collaboration with the engraver and designer Bernard Picart between 1723 and 1743. This work is considered "the book that changed Europe" by scholars Lynn Hunt, Margaret C. Jacob, and Wijnand Mijnhardt, according to whom Cérémonies is the first major comparative study of religions published on the Old Continent, making a significant contribution to religious tolerance, appearing on the cultural scene at a time of persecution and conflict between religious communities.

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            • BERNARD PICARD / BALTHASAR BERNAERTS "Religious ceremonies (baptisms, communion, confession and extreme unction) in Europe".
              Feb. 08, 2024

              BERNARD PICARD / BALTHASAR BERNAERTS "Religious ceremonies (baptisms, communion, confession and extreme unction) in Europe".

              Est: €300 - €350

              BERNARD PICARD / BALTHASAR BERNAERTS "Religious ceremonies (baptisms, communion, confession and extreme unction) in Europe". Four early 18th century Dutch engravings. Text in French. Published in Amsterdam by Jean Frédéric Bernard. Soiling, damp stains, cracks, creases and some tears. Reintegrations in the paper. They were part of the book "Cérémonies et coutumes religieuses de tous les peuples du monde", which appeared from 1723 to 1743. Size: 35.5 x 23.5 cm (largest) . Bernard Picard was a French engraver. His father Etienne Picart was also an engraver. He moved to Antwerp in 1696, and then spent a year in Amsterdam, before returning to France at the end of 1698. After his wife died in 1708, he moved to Amsterdam in 1711. Most of his work was illustrations of books, including the Bible and works by Ovid. His most famous work is Cérémonies et coutumes religieuses de tous les peuples du monde, which appeared from 1723 to 1743 and was an immense effort to record the religious rituals and beliefs of the world in all their diversity, as objectively and authentically as possible. Balthasar Bernaerts (active 1710-1737), Dutch engraver, active in Amsterdam and Paris. Disciple of Bernard Picart. Jean-Frédéric Bernard (1683-1744) was a French publisher and writer. Born into a Huguenot family, he took refuge in Amsterdam because of the persecutions to which the Huguenots were subjected in France during the period in which Bernard lived.Jean-Frédéric Bernard's most famous work is probably the encyclopaedia of religions entitled Cérémonies et Coutumes Religieuses de tous les Peuples du Monde, created in collaboration with the engraver and designer Bernard Picart between 1723 and 1743. This work is considered "the book that changed Europe" by scholars Lynn Hunt, Margaret C. Jacob, and Wijnand Mijnhardt, according to whom Cérémonies is the first major comparative study of religions published on the Old Continent, making a significant contribution to religious tolerance, appearing on the cultural scene at a time of persecution and conflict between religious communities.

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            • BERNARD PICARD (Paris 1673 - Amsterdam 1733). "Japanese religious ceremonies and temple". Two early 18th century Dutch engravings.
              Feb. 08, 2024

              BERNARD PICARD (Paris 1673 - Amsterdam 1733). "Japanese religious ceremonies and temple". Two early 18th century Dutch engravings.

              Est: €300 - €350

              BERNARD PICARD (Paris 1673 - Amsterdam 1733). "Japanese religious ceremonies and temple". Two early 18th century Dutch engravings. Texts in French. Edited in Amsterdam by Jean Frédéric Bernard. Soiling, damp stains, cracks, creases and some tears. They were part of the book "Cérémonies et coutumes religieuses de tous les peuples du monde", which appeared from 1723 to 1743. Size: 35 x 46 cm (larger) . Bernard Picard was a French engraver. His father Etienne Picart was also an engraver. He moved to Antwerp in 1696, and then spent a year in Amsterdam, before returning to France at the end of 1698. After his wife died in 1708, he moved to Amsterdam in 1711. Most of his work was illustrations of books, including the Bible and works by Ovid. His most famous work is Cérémonies et coutumes religieuses de tous les peuples du monde, which appeared from 1723 to 1743 and was an immense effort to record the religious rituals and beliefs of the world in all their diversity, as objectively and authentically as possible. Jean-Frédéric Bernard (1683-1744) was a French publisher and writer. Born into a Huguenot family, he took refuge in Amsterdam because of the persecutions to which the Huguenots were subjected in France during Bernard's lifetime.Jean-Frédéric Bernard's most famous work is probably the encyclopaedia of religions entitled Cérémonies et Coutumes Religieuses de tous les Peuples du Monde, created in collaboration with the engraver and designer Bernard Picart between 1723 and 1743. This work is considered "the book that changed Europe" by scholars Lynn Hunt, Margaret C. Jacob, and Wijnand Mijnhardt, according to whom Cérémonies is the first major comparative study of religions published on the Old Continent, making a significant contribution to religious tolerance, appearing on the cultural scene at a time of persecution and conflict between religious communities.

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            • BERNARD PICARD (Paris, 1673 - Amsterdam, 1733). "Religious ceremonies, festivals, characters and musical instruments of African, Indonesian and Hindu cultures".
              Feb. 08, 2024

              BERNARD PICARD (Paris, 1673 - Amsterdam, 1733). "Religious ceremonies, festivals, characters and musical instruments of African, Indonesian and Hindu cultures".

              Est: €300 - €350

              BERNARD PICARD (Paris, 1673 - Amsterdam, 1733). "Religious ceremonies, festivals, characters and musical instruments of African, Indonesian and Hindu cultures". Four early 18th century Dutch engravings. Text in French. Published in Amsterdam by Jean Frédéric Bernard. Soiling, damp stains, cracks, creases and some tears. Reintegrations in the paper. They were part of the book "Cérémonies et coutumes religieuses de tous les peuples du monde", which appeared from 1723 to 1743. Size: 35 x 23 cm (larger) . Bernard Picard was a French engraver. His father Etienne Picart was also an engraver. He moved to Antwerp in 1696, and then spent a year in Amsterdam, before returning to France at the end of 1698. After his wife died in 1708, he moved to Amsterdam in 1711. Most of his work was illustrations of books, including the Bible and works by Ovid. His most famous work is Cérémonies et coutumes religieuses de tous les peuples du monde, which appeared from 1723 to 1743 and was an immense effort to record the religious rituals and beliefs of the world in all their diversity, as objectively and authentically as possible. Jean-Frédéric Bernard (1683-1744) was a French publisher and writer. Born into a Huguenot family, he took refuge in Amsterdam because of the persecutions to which the Huguenots were subjected in France during Bernard's lifetime.Jean-Frédéric Bernard's most famous work is probably the encyclopaedia of religions entitled Cérémonies et Coutumes Religieuses de tous les Peuples du Monde, created in collaboration with the engraver and designer Bernard Picart between 1723 and 1743. This work is considered "the book that changed Europe" by scholars Lynn Hunt, Margaret C. Jacob, and Wijnand Mijnhardt, according to whom Cérémonies is the first major comparative study of religions published on the Old Continent, making a significant contribution to religious tolerance, appearing on the cultural scene at a time of persecution and conflict between religious communities.

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            • BERNARD PICARD (Paris, 1673 - Amsterdam, 1733). "Guinean religious ceremonies and customs". Four early 18th-century Dutch engravings. Text in French.
              Feb. 08, 2024

              BERNARD PICARD (Paris, 1673 - Amsterdam, 1733). "Guinean religious ceremonies and customs". Four early 18th-century Dutch engravings. Text in French.

              Est: €300 - €350

              BERNARD PICARD (Paris, 1673 - Amsterdam, 1733). "Guinean religious ceremonies and customs". Four early 18th century Dutch engravings. Text in French. Edited in Amsterdam by Jean Frédéric Bernard. Soiling, damp stains, cracks, creases and some tears. Reintegrations in the paper. They were part of the book "Cérémonies et coutumes religieuses de tous les peuples du monde", which appeared from 1723 to 1743. Size: 35 x 23 cm (larger) . Bernard Picard was a French engraver. His father Etienne Picart was also an engraver. He moved to Antwerp in 1696, and then spent a year in Amsterdam, before returning to France at the end of 1698. After his wife died in 1708, he moved to Amsterdam in 1711. Most of his work was illustrations of books, including the Bible and works by Ovid. His most famous work is Cérémonies et coutumes religieuses de tous les peuples du monde, which appeared from 1723 to 1743 and was an immense effort to record the religious rituals and beliefs of the world in all their diversity, as objectively and authentically as possible. Jean-Frédéric Bernard (1683-1744) was a French publisher and writer. Born into a Huguenot family, he took refuge in Amsterdam because of the persecutions to which the Huguenots were subjected in France during Bernard's lifetime.Jean-Frédéric Bernard's most famous work is probably the encyclopaedia of religions entitled Cérémonies et Coutumes Religieuses de tous les Peuples du Monde, created in collaboration with the engraver and designer Bernard Picart between 1723 and 1743. This work is considered "the book that changed Europe" by scholars Lynn Hunt, Margaret C. Jacob, and Wijnand Mijnhardt, according to whom Cérémonies is the first major comparative study of religions published on the Old Continent, making a significant contribution to religious tolerance, appearing on the cultural scene at a time of persecution and conflict between religious communities.

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            • BERNARD PICARD (Paris, 1673 - Amsterdam, 1733). "Religious Ceremonies, Customs and Journey of the Holy Papal Sacrament, of the Catholic Church".
              Feb. 08, 2024

              BERNARD PICARD (Paris, 1673 - Amsterdam, 1733). "Religious Ceremonies, Customs and Journey of the Holy Papal Sacrament, of the Catholic Church".

              Est: €300 - €350

              BERNARD PICARD (Paris, 1673 - Amsterdam, 1733). "Religious Ceremonies, Customs and Journey of the Holy Papal Sacrament, of the Catholic Church". Four early 18th century Dutch engravings. Text in French. Published in Amsterdam by Jean Frédéric Bernard. Soiling, damp stains, cracks, creases and some tears. Reintegrations in the paper. They were part of the book "Cérémonies et coutumes religieuses de tous les peuples du monde", which appeared from 1723 to 1743. Size: 35 x 23.5 cm (larger) . Bernard Picard was a French engraver. His father Etienne Picart was also an engraver. He moved to Antwerp in 1696, and then spent a year in Amsterdam, before returning to France at the end of 1698. After his wife died in 1708, he moved to Amsterdam in 1711. Most of his work was illustrations of books, including the Bible and works by Ovid. His most famous work is Cérémonies et coutumes religieuses de tous les peuples du monde, which appeared from 1723 to 1743 and was an immense effort to record the religious rituals and beliefs of the world in all their diversity, as objectively and authentically as possible. Jean-Frédéric Bernard (1683-1744) was a French publisher and writer. Born into a Huguenot family, he took refuge in Amsterdam because of the persecutions to which the Huguenots were subjected in France during Bernard's lifetime.Jean-Frédéric Bernard's most famous work is probably the encyclopaedia of religions entitled Cérémonies et Coutumes Religieuses de tous les Peuples du Monde, created in collaboration with the engraver and designer Bernard Picart between 1723 and 1743. This work is considered "the book that changed Europe" by scholars Lynn Hunt, Margaret C. Jacob, and Wijnand Mijnhardt, according to whom Cérémonies is the first major comparative study of religions published on the Old Continent, making a significant contribution to religious tolerance, appearing on the cultural scene at a time of persecution and conflict between religious communities.

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            • BERNARD PICARD, (Paris 1673 - Amsterdam 1733). Early 18th century Dutch engraving. "La dedicace de la sinagogue des juifs portugais a Amsterdam".
              Feb. 08, 2024

              BERNARD PICARD, (Paris 1673 - Amsterdam 1733). Early 18th century Dutch engraving. "La dedicace de la sinagogue des juifs portugais a Amsterdam".

              Est: €300 - €400

              BERNARD PICARD, (Paris 1673 - Amsterdam 1733). Early 18th century Dutch engraving. "La dedicace de la sinagogue des juifs portugais a Amsterdam". Texts in French. Soiling, damp stains, cracks, creases and some tears. They were part of the book "Cérémonies et coutumes religieuses de tous les peuples du monde", which appeared from 1723 to 1743. Measurements: 36 x 44 cm . The engraving shows a moment of the inauguration of The Portuguese Synagogue in Amsterdam, which is a 17th century Sephardic synagogue. The Sephardic community in Amsterdam was one of the largest and wealthiest in Europe during the Dutch Golden Age, which is reflected in this large synagogue. The Portuguese synagogue has one of the oldest Jewish libraries in the world and is full of original and rare texts. The synagogue impresses with its magnificent interior, marked by the grandeur of its centralised open space, the majesty of its stone columns, the upper side galleries for women and its valuable furnishings. Bernard Picard was a French engraver. His father Etienne Picart was also an engraver. He moved to Antwerp in 1696, and then spent a year in Amsterdam, before returning to France at the end of 1698. After his wife died in 1708, he moved to Amsterdam in 1711. Most of his work was illustrations of books, including the Bible and works by Ovid. His most famous work is Cérémonies et coutumes religieuses de tous les peuples du monde, which appeared from 1723 to 1743 and was an immense effort to record the religious rituals and beliefs of the world in all their diversity, as objectively and authentically as possible.

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            • BERNARD PICARD (Paris 1673 - Amsterdam 1733). "Japanese customs, divinities and pagodas". Four early 18th-century Dutch engravings
              Feb. 08, 2024

              BERNARD PICARD (Paris 1673 - Amsterdam 1733). "Japanese customs, divinities and pagodas". Four early 18th-century Dutch engravings

              Est: €300 - €350

              BERNARD PICARD (Paris 1673 - Amsterdam 1733). "Japanese customs, divinities and pagodas". Four early 18th century Dutch engravings. Texts in French. Soiling, damp stains, cracks, creases and some tears. They were part of the book "Cérémonies et coutumes religieuses de tous les peuples du monde", which appeared from 1723 to 1743. Size: 35 x 23.5 cm (larger) . Bernard Picard was a French engraver. His father Etienne Picart was also an engraver. He moved to Antwerp in 1696, and then spent a year in Amsterdam, before returning to France at the end of 1698. After his wife died in 1708, he moved to Amsterdam in 1711. Most of his work was illustrations of books, including the Bible and works by Ovid. His most famous work is Cérémonies et coutumes religieuses de tous les peuples du monde, which appeared from 1723 to 1743 and was an immense effort to record the religious rituals and beliefs of the world in all their diversity, as objectively and authentically as possible.

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            • BERNARD PICARD (Paris 1673 - Amsterdam 1733). "Customs, magicians and divinities of China". Four early 18th-century Dutch engravings.
              Feb. 08, 2024

              BERNARD PICARD (Paris 1673 - Amsterdam 1733). "Customs, magicians and divinities of China". Four early 18th-century Dutch engravings.

              Est: €300 - €350

              BERNARD PICARD (Paris 1673 - Amsterdam 1733). "Customs, magicians and divinities of China". Four early 18th century Dutch engravings. Texts in French. Soiling, damp stains, cracks, creases and some tears. They were part of the book "Cérémonies et coutumes religieuses de tous les peuples du monde", which appeared from 1723 to 1743. Size: 35 x 23.5 cm (larger) . Bernard Picard was a French engraver. His father Etienne Picart was also an engraver. He moved to Antwerp in 1696, and then spent a year in Amsterdam, before returning to France at the end of 1698. After his wife died in 1708, he moved to Amsterdam in 1711. Most of his work was illustrations of books, including the Bible and works by Ovid. His most famous work is Cérémonies et coutumes religieuses de tous les peuples du monde, which appeared from 1723 to 1743 and was an immense effort to record the religious rituals and beliefs of the world in all their diversity, as objectively and authentically as possible.

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            • BERNARD PICARD (Paris 1673 - Amsterdam 1733). "Customs and ceremonies of the Canadian Indians". Three early 18th-century Dutch engravings.
              Feb. 08, 2024

              BERNARD PICARD (Paris 1673 - Amsterdam 1733). "Customs and ceremonies of the Canadian Indians". Three early 18th-century Dutch engravings.

              Est: €300 - €350

              BERNARD PICARD (Paris 1673 - Amsterdam 1733). "Customs and ceremonies of the Canadian Indians". Three early 18th century Dutch engravings. Texts in French. Soiling, damp stains, cracks, creases and some tears. They were part of the book "Cérémonies et coutumes religieuses de tous les peuples du monde", which appeared from 1723 to 1743. Size: 35 x 23.5 cm (larger) . Bernard Picard was a French engraver. His father Etienne Picart was also an engraver. He moved to Antwerp in 1696, and then spent a year in Amsterdam, before returning to France at the end of 1698. After his wife died in 1708, he moved to Amsterdam in 1711. Most of his work was illustrations of books, including the Bible and works by Ovid. His most famous work is Cérémonies et coutumes religieuses de tous les peuples du monde, which appeared from 1723 to 1743 and was an immense effort to record the religious rituals and beliefs of the world in all their diversity, as objectively and authentically as possible.

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            • BERNARD PICARD (Paris 1673 - Amsterdam 1733). "Customs and ceremonies of the Caribbean and South American Indians".
              Feb. 08, 2024

              BERNARD PICARD (Paris 1673 - Amsterdam 1733). "Customs and ceremonies of the Caribbean and South American Indians".

              Est: €300 - €350

              BERNARD PICARD (Paris 1673 - Amsterdam 1733). "Customs and ceremonies of the Caribbean and South American Indians". Four early 18th century Dutch engravings. Texts in French. Soiling, damp stains, cracks, creases and some tears. They were part of the book "Cérémonies et coutumes religieuses de tous les peuples du monde", which appeared from 1723 to 1743. Size: 35 x 23 cm (larger) . Bernard Picard was a French engraver. His father Etienne Picart was also an engraver. He moved to Antwerp in 1696, and then spent a year in Amsterdam, before returning to France at the end of 1698. After his wife died in 1708, he moved to Amsterdam in 1711. Most of his work was illustrations of books, including the Bible and works by Ovid. His most famous work is Cérémonies et coutumes religieuses de tous les peuples du monde, which appeared from 1723 to 1743 and was an immense effort to record the religious rituals and beliefs of the world in all their diversity, as objectively and authentically as possible.

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            • BERNARD PICARD (Paris 1673 - Amsterdam 1733). "Religious ceremonies, customs of the Central American indigenous communities and the Mexican calendar".
              Feb. 08, 2024

              BERNARD PICARD (Paris 1673 - Amsterdam 1733). "Religious ceremonies, customs of the Central American indigenous communities and the Mexican calendar".

              Est: €300 - €400

              BERNARD PICARD (Paris 1673 - Amsterdam 1733). "Religious ceremonies, customs of Central American Indian communities and the Mexican calendar". Three early 18th century Dutch engravings. Texts in French. Edited in Amsterdam by Jean Frédéric Bernard. Soiling, damp stains, cracks, creases and some tears. They were part of the book "Cérémonies et coutumes religieuses de tous les peuples du monde", which appeared from 1723 to 1743. Size: 35 x 24 cm (larger) . Bernard Picard was a French engraver. His father Etienne Picart was also an engraver. He moved to Antwerp in 1696, and then spent a year in Amsterdam, before returning to France at the end of 1698. After his wife died in 1708, he moved to Amsterdam in 1711. Most of his work was illustrations of books, including the Bible and works by Ovid. His most famous work is Cérémonies et coutumes religieuses de tous les peuples du monde, which appeared from 1723 to 1743 and was an immense effort to record the religious rituals and beliefs of the world in all their diversity, as objectively and authentically as possible. Jean-Frédéric Bernard (1683-1744) was a French publisher and writer. Born into a Huguenot family, he took refuge in Amsterdam because of the persecutions to which the Huguenots were subjected in France during Bernard's lifetime.Jean-Frédéric Bernard's most famous work is probably the encyclopaedia of religions entitled Cérémonies et Coutumes Religieuses de tous les Peuples du Monde, created in collaboration with the engraver and designer Bernard Picart between 1723 and 1743. This work is considered "the book that changed Europe" by scholars Lynn Hunt, Margaret C. Jacob, and Wijnand Mijnhardt, according to whom Cérémonies is the first major comparative study of religions published on the Old Continent, making a significant contribution to religious tolerance, appearing on the cultural scene at a time of persecution and conflict between religious communities.

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            • BERNARD PICARD (Paris 1673 - Amsterdam 1733). "Catholic religious ceremonies and customs". Three early 18th-century Dutch engravings.
              Feb. 08, 2024

              BERNARD PICARD (Paris 1673 - Amsterdam 1733). "Catholic religious ceremonies and customs". Three early 18th-century Dutch engravings.

              Est: €300 - €350

              BERNARD PICARD (Paris 1673 - Amsterdam 1733). "Catholic religious ceremonies and customs". Three early 18th century Dutch engravings. Texts in French. Edited in Amsterdam by Jean Frédéric Bernard. Soiling, damp stains, cracks, creases and some tears. They were part of the book "Cérémonies et coutumes religieuses de tous les peuples du monde", which appeared from 1723 to 1743. Size: 35 x 46 cm (larger) . Bernard Picard was a French engraver. His father Etienne Picart was also an engraver. He moved to Antwerp in 1696, and then spent a year in Amsterdam, before returning to France at the end of 1698. After his wife died in 1708, he moved to Amsterdam in 1711. Most of his work was illustrations of books, including the Bible and works by Ovid. His most famous work is Cérémonies et coutumes religieuses de tous les peuples du monde, which appeared from 1723 to 1743 and was an immense effort to record the religious rituals and beliefs of the world in all their diversity, as objectively and authentically as possible. Jean-Frédéric Bernard (1683-1744) was a French publisher and writer. Born into a Huguenot family, he took refuge in Amsterdam because of the persecutions to which the Huguenots were subjected in France during Bernard's lifetime.Jean-Frédéric Bernard's most famous work is probably the encyclopaedia of religions entitled Cérémonies et Coutumes Religieuses de tous les Peuples du Monde, created in collaboration with the engraver and designer Bernard Picart between 1723 and 1743. This work is considered "the book that changed Europe" by scholars Lynn Hunt, Margaret C. Jacob, and Wijnand Mijnhardt, according to whom Cérémonies is the first major comparative study of religions published on the Old Continent, making a significant contribution to religious tolerance, appearing on the cultural scene at a time of persecution and conflict between religious communities.

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            • BERNARD PICARD (Paris, 1673 - Amsterdam, 1733). "Religious ceremonies and customs of the Cafre culture, a former English colony in South Africa".
              Feb. 08, 2024

              BERNARD PICARD (Paris, 1673 - Amsterdam, 1733). "Religious ceremonies and customs of the Cafre culture, a former English colony in South Africa".

              Est: €300 - €350

              BERNARD PICARD (Paris, 1673 - Amsterdam, 1733). "Religious ceremonies and customs of the Cafre culture, a former English colony in South Africa". Four early 18th century Dutch engravings. Text in French. Published in Amsterdam by Jean Frédéric Bernard. Soiling, damp stains, cracks, creases and some tears. Reintegrations in the paper. They were part of the book "Cérémonies et coutumes religieuses de tous les peuples du monde", which appeared from 1723 to 1743. Size: 34.5 x 23 cm (largest) . Bernard Picard was a French engraver. His father Etienne Picart was also an engraver. He moved to Antwerp in 1696, and then spent a year in Amsterdam, before returning to France at the end of 1698. After his wife died in 1708, he moved to Amsterdam in 1711. Most of his work was illustrations of books, including the Bible and works by Ovid. His most famous work is Cérémonies et coutumes religieuses de tous les peuples du monde, which appeared from 1723 to 1743 and was an immense effort to record the religious rituals and beliefs of the world in all their diversity, as objectively and authentically as possible. Jean-Frédéric Bernard (1683-1744) was a French publisher and writer. Born into a Huguenot family, he took refuge in Amsterdam because of the persecutions to which the Huguenots were subjected in France during Bernard's lifetime.Jean-Frédéric Bernard's most famous work is probably the encyclopaedia of religions entitled Cérémonies et Coutumes Religieuses de tous les Peuples du Monde, created in collaboration with the engraver and designer Bernard Picart between 1723 and 1743. This work is considered "the book that changed Europe" by scholars Lynn Hunt, Margaret C. Jacob, and Wijnand Mijnhardt, according to whom Cérémonies is the first major comparative study of religions published on the Old Continent, making a significant contribution to religious tolerance, appearing on the cultural scene at a time of persecution and conflict between religious communities.

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            • BERNARD PICARD (Paris 1673 - Amsterdam 1733). "Architectures, Standards and Signs of different religious cultures".
              Feb. 08, 2024

              BERNARD PICARD (Paris 1673 - Amsterdam 1733). "Architectures, Standards and Signs of different religious cultures".

              Est: €300 - €400

              BERNARD PICARD (Paris 1673 - Amsterdam 1733). "Architectures, Standards and Signs of different religious cultures". Six early 18th century Dutch engravings. Text in French. Published in Amsterdam by Jean Frédéric Bernard. Soiling, damp stains, cracks, creases and some tears. Reintegrations in the paper. They were part of the book "Cérémonies et coutumes religieuses de tous les peuples du monde", which appeared from 1723 to 1743. Size: 35 x 23.5 cm (larger) . Bernard Picard was a French engraver. His father Etienne Picart was also an engraver. He moved to Antwerp in 1696, and then spent a year in Amsterdam, before returning to France at the end of 1698. After his wife died in 1708, he moved to Amsterdam in 1711. Most of his work was illustrations of books, including the Bible and works by Ovid. His most famous work is Cérémonies et coutumes religieuses de tous les peuples du monde, which appeared from 1723 to 1743 and was an immense effort to record the religious rituals and beliefs of the world in all their diversity, as objectively and authentically as possible. Jean-Frédéric Bernard (1683-1744) was a French publisher and writer. Born into a Huguenot family, he took refuge in Amsterdam because of the persecutions to which the Huguenots were subjected in France during Bernard's lifetime.Jean-Frédéric Bernard's most famous work is probably the encyclopaedia of religions entitled Cérémonies et Coutumes Religieuses de tous les Peuples du Monde, created in collaboration with the engraver and designer Bernard Picart between 1723 and 1743. This work is considered "the book that changed Europe" by scholars Lynn Hunt, Margaret C. Jacob, and Wijnand Mijnhardt, according to whom Cérémonies is the first major comparative study of religions published on the Old Continent, making a significant contribution to religious tolerance, appearing on the cultural scene at a time of persecution and conflict between religious communities.

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            • BERNARD PICARD (Paris 1673 - Amsterdam 1733). "Ceremonies, customs, characters and Chinese divinities". Four early 18th-century Dutch engravings.
              Feb. 08, 2024

              BERNARD PICARD (Paris 1673 - Amsterdam 1733). "Ceremonies, customs, characters and Chinese divinities". Four early 18th-century Dutch engravings.

              Est: €350 - €450

              BERNARD PICARD (Paris 1673 - Amsterdam 1733). "Ceremonies, customs, characters and Chinese divinities". Four early 18th century Dutch engravings. Texts in French. Edited in Amsterdam by Jean Frédéric Bernard. Soiling, damp stains, cracks, creases and some tears. They were part of the book "Cérémonies et coutumes religieuses de tous les peuples du monde", which appeared from 1723 to 1743. Size: 35 x 23.5 cm (larger) . Bernard Picard was a French engraver. His father Etienne Picart was also an engraver. He moved to Antwerp in 1696, and then spent a year in Amsterdam, before returning to France at the end of 1698. After his wife died in 1708, he moved to Amsterdam in 1711. Most of his work was illustrations of books, including the Bible and works by Ovid. His most famous work is Cérémonies et coutumes religieuses de tous les peuples du monde, which appeared from 1723 to 1743 and was an immense effort to record the religious rituals and beliefs of the world in all their diversity, as objectively and authentically as possible. Jean-Frédéric Bernard (1683-1744) was a French publisher and writer. Born into a Huguenot family, he took refuge in Amsterdam because of the persecutions to which the Huguenots were subjected in France during Bernard's lifetime.Jean-Frédéric Bernard's most famous work is probably the encyclopaedia of religions entitled Cérémonies et Coutumes Religieuses de tous les Peuples du Monde, created in collaboration with the engraver and designer Bernard Picart between 1723 and 1743. This work is considered "the book that changed Europe" by scholars Lynn Hunt, Margaret C. Jacob, and Wijnand Mijnhardt, according to whom Cérémonies is the first major comparative study of religions published on the Old Continent, making a significant contribution to religious tolerance, appearing on the cultural scene at a time of persecution and conflict between religious communities.

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            • BERNARD PICARD (Paris 1673 - Amsterdam 1733). "Ceremonies and divinities of the Indian and Ceylonese communities". Four early 18th-century Dutch engravings.
              Feb. 08, 2024

              BERNARD PICARD (Paris 1673 - Amsterdam 1733). "Ceremonies and divinities of the Indian and Ceylonese communities". Four early 18th-century Dutch engravings.

              Est: €350 - €450

              BERNARD PICARD (Paris 1673 - Amsterdam 1733). "Ceremonies and divinities of the communities of India and Ceylon". Four early 18th century Dutch engravings. Texts in French. Edited in Amsterdam by Jean Frédéric Bernard. Soiling, damp stains, cracks, creases and some tears. They were part of the book "Cérémonies et coutumes religieuses de tous les peuples du monde", which appeared from 1723 to 1743. Size: 35.5 x 24 cm (largest) . Bernard Picard was a French engraver. His father Etienne Picart was also an engraver. He moved to Antwerp in 1696, and then spent a year in Amsterdam, before returning to France at the end of 1698. After his wife died in 1708, he moved to Amsterdam in 1711. Most of his work was illustrations of books, including the Bible and works by Ovid. His most famous work is Cérémonies et coutumes religieuses de tous les peuples du monde, which appeared from 1723 to 1743 and was an immense effort to record the religious rituals and beliefs of the world in all their diversity, as objectively and authentically as possible. Jean-Frédéric Bernard (1683-1744) was a French publisher and writer. Born into a Huguenot family, he took refuge in Amsterdam because of the persecutions to which the Huguenots were subjected in France during Bernard's lifetime.Jean-Frédéric Bernard's most famous work is probably the encyclopaedia of religions entitled Cérémonies et Coutumes Religieuses de tous les Peuples du Monde, created in collaboration with the engraver and designer Bernard Picart between 1723 and 1743. This work is considered "the book that changed Europe" by scholars Lynn Hunt, Margaret C. Jacob, and Wijnand Mijnhardt, according to whom Cérémonies is the first major comparative study of religions published on the Old Continent, making a significant contribution to religious tolerance, appearing on the cultural scene at a time of persecution and conflict between religious communities.

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            • BERNARD PICARD (Paris 1673 - Amsterdam 1733). "Ceremonies, customs, divinities and Japanese pagodas". Four early 18th-century Dutch engravings.
              Feb. 08, 2024

              BERNARD PICARD (Paris 1673 - Amsterdam 1733). "Ceremonies, customs, divinities and Japanese pagodas". Four early 18th-century Dutch engravings.

              Est: €400 - €450

              BERNARD PICARD (Paris 1673 - Amsterdam 1733). "Japanese ceremonies, customs, divinities and pagodas". Four early 18th century Dutch engravings. Texts in French. Edited in Amsterdam by Jean Frédéric Bernard. Soiling, damp stains, cracks, creases and some tears. They were part of the book "Cérémonies et coutumes religieuses de tous les peuples du monde", which appeared from 1723 to 1743. Size: 35 x 23.5 cm (larger) . Bernard Picard was a French engraver. His father Etienne Picart was also an engraver. He moved to Antwerp in 1696, and then spent a year in Amsterdam, before returning to France at the end of 1698. After his wife died in 1708, he moved to Amsterdam in 1711. Most of his work was illustrations of books, including the Bible and works by Ovid. His most famous work is Cérémonies et coutumes religieuses de tous les peuples du monde, which appeared from 1723 to 1743 and was an immense effort to record the religious rituals and beliefs of the world in all their diversity, as objectively and authentically as possible. Jean-Frédéric Bernard (1683-1744) was a French publisher and writer. Born into a Huguenot family, he took refuge in Amsterdam because of the persecutions to which the Huguenots were subjected in France during Bernard's lifetime.Jean-Frédéric Bernard's most famous work is probably the encyclopaedia of religions entitled Cérémonies et Coutumes Religieuses de tous les Peuples du Monde, created in collaboration with the engraver and designer Bernard Picart between 1723 and 1743. This work is considered "the book that changed Europe" by scholars Lynn Hunt, Margaret C. Jacob, and Wijnand Mijnhardt, according to whom Cérémonies is the first major comparative study of religions published on the Old Continent, making a significant contribution to religious tolerance, appearing on the cultural scene at a time of persecution and conflict between religious communities.

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            • BERNARD PICARD (Paris 1673 - Amsterdam 1733). "Ceremonies, customs and rituals of the Mexican and Venezuelan Indians".
              Feb. 08, 2024

              BERNARD PICARD (Paris 1673 - Amsterdam 1733). "Ceremonies, customs and rituals of the Mexican and Venezuelan Indians".

              Est: €350 - €450

              BERNARD PICARD (Paris 1673 - Amsterdam 1733). "Ceremonies, customs and rituals of the Mexican and Venezuelan Indians". Four early 18th century Dutch engravings. Texts in French. Edited in Amsterdam by Jean Frédéric Bernard. Soiling, damp stains, cracks, creases and some tears. They were part of the book "Cérémonies et coutumes religieuses de tous les peuples du monde", which appeared from 1723 to 1743. Size: 35 x 24 cm (larger) . Bernard Picard was a French engraver. His father Etienne Picart was also an engraver. He moved to Antwerp in 1696, and then spent a year in Amsterdam, before returning to France at the end of 1698. After his wife died in 1708, he moved to Amsterdam in 1711. Most of his work was illustrations of books, including the Bible and works by Ovid. His most famous work is Cérémonies et coutumes religieuses de tous les peuples du monde, which appeared from 1723 to 1743 and was an immense effort to record the religious rituals and beliefs of the world in all their diversity, as objectively and authentically as possible. Jean-Frédéric Bernard (1683-1744) was a French publisher and writer. Born into a Huguenot family, he took refuge in Amsterdam because of the persecutions to which the Huguenots were subjected in France during Bernard's lifetime.Jean-Frédéric Bernard's most famous work is probably the encyclopaedia of religions entitled Cérémonies et Coutumes Religieuses de tous les Peuples du Monde, created in collaboration with the engraver and designer Bernard Picart between 1723 and 1743. This work is considered "the book that changed Europe" by scholars Lynn Hunt, Margaret C. Jacob, and Wijnand Mijnhardt, according to whom Cérémonies is the first major comparative study of religions published on the Old Continent, making a significant contribution to religious tolerance, appearing on the cultural scene at a time of persecution and conflict between religious communities.

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            • BERNARD PICARD (Paris 1673 - Amsterdam 1733). "Ceremonies, customs and idols of the North American Indians of Virginia and Florida".
              Feb. 08, 2024

              BERNARD PICARD (Paris 1673 - Amsterdam 1733). "Ceremonies, customs and idols of the North American Indians of Virginia and Florida".

              Est: €350 - €450

              BERNARD PICARD (Paris 1673 - Amsterdam 1733). "Ceremonies, customs and idols of the North American Indians of Virginia and Florida". Four early 18th century Dutch engravings. Texts in French. Edited in Amsterdam by Jean Frédéric Bernard. Soiling, damp stains, cracks, creases and some tears. They were part of the book "Cérémonies et coutumes religieuses de tous les peuples du monde", which appeared from 1723 to 1743. Size: 35 x 23.5 cm (larger) . Bernard Picard was a French engraver. His father Etienne Picart was also an engraver. He moved to Antwerp in 1696, and then spent a year in Amsterdam, before returning to France at the end of 1698. After his wife died in 1708, he moved to Amsterdam in 1711. Most of his work was illustrations of books, including the Bible and works by Ovid. His most famous work is Cérémonies et coutumes religieuses de tous les peuples du monde, which appeared from 1723 to 1743 and was an immense effort to record the religious rituals and beliefs of the world in all their diversity, as objectively and authentically as possible. Jean-Frédéric Bernard (1683-1744) was a French publisher and writer. Born into a Huguenot family, he took refuge in Amsterdam because of the persecutions to which the Huguenots were subjected in France during Bernard's lifetime.Jean-Frédéric Bernard's most famous work is probably the encyclopaedia of religions entitled Cérémonies et Coutumes Religieuses de tous les Peuples du Monde, created in collaboration with the engraver and designer Bernard Picart between 1723 and 1743. This work is considered "the book that changed Europe" by scholars Lynn Hunt, Margaret C. Jacob, and Wijnand Mijnhardt, according to whom Cérémonies is the first major comparative study of religions published on the Old Continent, making a significant contribution to religious tolerance, appearing on the cultural scene at a time of persecution and conflict between religious communities.

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            • BERNARD PICARD (Paris 1673 - Amsterdam 1733). "Religious ceremonies, customs, rituals and deities of various indigenous communities of the world".
              Feb. 08, 2024

              BERNARD PICARD (Paris 1673 - Amsterdam 1733). "Religious ceremonies, customs, rituals and deities of various indigenous communities of the world".

              Est: €350 - €450

              BERNARD PICARD (Paris 1673 - Amsterdam 1733). "Religious ceremonies, customs, rituals and deities of various indigenous communities of the world". Four early 18th century Dutch engravings. Texts in French. Edited in Amsterdam by Jean Frédéric Bernard. Soiling, damp stains, cracks, creases and some tears. They were part of the book "Cérémonies et coutumes religieuses de tous les peuples du monde", which appeared from 1723 to 1743. Size: 35.5 x 24 cm (largest) . Bernard Picard was a French engraver. His father Etienne Picart was also an engraver. He moved to Antwerp in 1696, and then spent a year in Amsterdam, before returning to France at the end of 1698. After his wife died in 1708, he moved to Amsterdam in 1711. Most of his work was illustrations of books, including the Bible and works by Ovid. His most famous work is Cérémonies et coutumes religieuses de tous les peuples du monde, which appeared from 1723 to 1743 and was an immense effort to record the religious rituals and beliefs of the world in all their diversity, as objectively and authentically as possible. Jean-Frédéric Bernard (1683-1744) was a French publisher and writer. Born into a Huguenot family, he took refuge in Amsterdam because of the persecutions to which the Huguenots were subjected in France during Bernard's lifetime.Jean-Frédéric Bernard's most famous work is probably the encyclopaedia of religions entitled Cérémonies et Coutumes Religieuses de tous les Peuples du Monde, created in collaboration with the engraver and designer Bernard Picart between 1723 and 1743. This work is considered "the book that changed Europe" by scholars Lynn Hunt, Margaret C. Jacob, and Wijnand Mijnhardt, according to whom Cérémonies is the first major comparative study of religions published on the Old Continent, making a significant contribution to religious tolerance, appearing on the cultural scene at a time of persecution and conflict between religious communities.

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            • BERNARD PICARD (Paris 1673 - Amsterdam 1733). "Scenes and characters of the Holy Inquisition". Five early 18th century Dutch engravings. Text in French.
              Feb. 08, 2024

              BERNARD PICARD (Paris 1673 - Amsterdam 1733). "Scenes and characters of the Holy Inquisition". Five early 18th century Dutch engravings. Text in French.

              Est: €400 - €500

              BERNARD PICARD (Paris 1673 - Amsterdam 1733). "Scenes and characters of the Holy Inquisition". Five early 18th century Dutch engravings. Text in French. Published in Amsterdam by Jean Frédéric Bernard. Soiling, damp stains, cracks, creases and some tears. Reintegrations in the paper. They were part of the book "Cérémonies et coutumes religieuses de tous les peuples du monde", which appeared from 1723 to 1743. Size: 35 x 24 cm (larger) . Bernard Picard was a French engraver. His father Etienne Picart was also an engraver. He moved to Antwerp in 1696, and then spent a year in Amsterdam, before returning to France at the end of 1698. After his wife died in 1708, he moved to Amsterdam in 1711. Most of his work was illustrations of books, including the Bible and works by Ovid. His most famous work is Cérémonies et coutumes religieuses de tous les peuples du monde, which appeared from 1723 to 1743 and was an immense effort to record the religious rituals and beliefs of the world in all their diversity, as objectively and authentically as possible. Jean-Frédéric Bernard (1683-1744) was a French publisher and writer. Born into a Huguenot family, he took refuge in Amsterdam because of the persecutions to which the Huguenots were subjected in France during Bernard's lifetime.Jean-Frédéric Bernard's most famous work is probably the encyclopaedia of religions entitled Cérémonies et Coutumes Religieuses de tous les Peuples du Monde, created in collaboration with the engraver and designer Bernard Picart between 1723 and 1743. This work is considered "the book that changed Europe" by scholars Lynn Hunt, Margaret C. Jacob, and Wijnand Mijnhardt, according to whom Cérémonies is the first major comparative study of religions published on the Old Continent, making a significant contribution to religious tolerance, appearing on the cultural scene at a time of persecution and conflict between religious communities.

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            • BERNARD PICARD (Paris 1673 - Amsterdam 1733). "Ceremonies, customs and characters of the Albanian, Persian and Oriental communities". Six early 18th century Dutch engravings.
              Feb. 08, 2024

              BERNARD PICARD (Paris 1673 - Amsterdam 1733). "Ceremonies, customs and characters of the Albanian, Persian and Oriental communities". Six early 18th century Dutch engravings.

              Est: €350 - €400

              BERNARD PICARD (Paris 1673 - Amsterdam 1733). "Ceremonies, customs and characters of the Albanian, Persian and Oriental communities". Six early 18th century Dutch engravings. Texts in French. Edited in Amsterdam by Jean Frédéric Bernard. Soiling, damp stains, cracks, creases and some tears. They were part of the book "Cérémonies et coutumes religieuses de tous les peuples du monde", which appeared from 1723 to 1743. Size: 34.5 x 23.5 cm (largest) . Bernard Picard was a French engraver. His father Etienne Picart was also an engraver. He moved to Antwerp in 1696, and then spent a year in Amsterdam, before returning to France at the end of 1698. After his wife died in 1708, he moved to Amsterdam in 1711. Most of his work was illustrations of books, including the Bible and works by Ovid. His most famous work is Cérémonies et coutumes religieuses de tous les peuples du monde, which appeared from 1723 to 1743 and was an immense effort to record the religious rituals and beliefs of the world in all their diversity, as objectively and authentically as possible. Jean-Frédéric Bernard (1683-1744) was a French publisher and writer. Born into a Huguenot family, he took refuge in Amsterdam because of the persecutions to which the Huguenots were subjected in France during Bernard's lifetime.Jean-Frédéric Bernard's most famous work is probably the encyclopaedia of religions entitled Cérémonies et Coutumes Religieuses de tous les Peuples du Monde, created in collaboration with the engraver and designer Bernard Picart between 1723 and 1743. This work is considered "the book that changed Europe" by scholars Lynn Hunt, Margaret C. Jacob, and Wijnand Mijnhardt, according to whom Cérémonies is the first major comparative study of religions published on the Old Continent, making a significant contribution to religious tolerance, appearing on the cultural scene at a time of persecution and conflict between religious communities.

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