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— The Great Christmas Fair 2 —

 

The Great Masters

of 15th – 19th centuries

at Agreeable Prices for Your Home

In steel engravings after the most famous and most beautiful paintings in the great collections as the Dresden Gallery, the Pinakothek in Munich, the Berlin Museums, the Belvedere and several more. – Throughout with mostly English-German parallel caption. – Mostly only faint foxing here and there in the white margins not expressly mentioned in each case.

Subdivided into centuries, artists are in the order of their respective year of birth. Therefore the one or other may not appear in the century he belongs to artistically, but in the previous.

1401-1500  –  1501-1600  –  1601-1700  –  1701-1800  –  1801-1900

 

Giuseppe Salviati (= Giuseppe Porta)
Castelnuovo di Garfagnana c. 1520 – Venice c. 1575

The Burial of Christ. Mourned by three angels. Steel engraving by Johann Leonhard Raab (Schwaningen near Ansbach 1825 – Munich 1899). 3rd quarter of the 19th century. 7 × 5⅛ in (17.9 × 12.9 cm).

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Paolo Caliari, called Veronese
Verona 1528 – Venice 1588

Christ on the way to Golgotha. Collapsed under the weight of the cross Christ is pulled forward by one of the hangmen while one of his followers helpfully lifts it. Steel engraving by William French (c. 1815 – East Grinstead 1898). 3rd quarter of the 19th century. 5½ × 7⅞ in (13.9 × 20.1 cm). –  Figurine-rich  scene.

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– The same. Steel engraving by A. Simon (Austria 19th century). 3rd quarter of the 19th century. 6 × 8⅛ in (15.2 × 20.5 cm).

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The Finding of Moses. Presented to pharaoh’s daughter by a female servant. In front right guard with another servant at the basket, a further guard leaning against a tree. In the background palace. Steel engraving by William French (c. 1815 – East Grinstead 1898). 3rd quarter of the 19th century. 6⅛ × 7¾ in (15.7 × 19.7 cm). – Figure-rich plate.

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The Wedding at Cana. The wedding company at the table. On the right serving of the second helping. Steel engraving by William French (c. 1815 – East Grinstead 1898). 3rd quarter of the 19th century. 5⅛ × 8⅛ in (12.9 × 20.5 cm). – See the complete description.

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– – – – The same. Steel engraving by Kiehne. C. 1840. 5¾ × 8⅛ in (14.5 × 20.5 cm). – See the complete description.

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Minerva & Mars. With all attributes of war up to the corresponding signs of the zodiac. Of course not missing the putti with laurel branches. Steel engraving by Albert Henry Payne (London 1812 – Leipsic 1902). C. 1845. 6¼ × 5 in (15.9 × 12.8 cm).

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(Venus and Cupid.) The breast halfway nude, putting her arm around the little cupid leaning at her. Steel engraving by Albert Henry Payne (London 1812 – Leipsic 1902). C. 1845. 6½ × 4⅝ in (16.4 × 11.8 cm).

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Giovanni Antonio Fasolo
c. 1530 – Vicenza 1572

Marie de Medicis. Three-quarter figure in rich dress standing to the right, in her hand a cloth. Of fine depiction the exceptionally detailed broad lace collar. Steel engraving by William French (c. 1815 – East Grinstead 1898). 3rd quarter of the 19th century. 7¼ × 5¼ in (18.3 × 13.3 cm).

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Annibale Carracci
Bologna c. 1560 – Rome 1609

(Christ and the Samaritan.) On both sides of the well. On the left in the middle distance larger dwelling. Steel engraving by C. Strunz. 3rd quarter of the 19th century. 5¼ × 8¼ in (13.3 × 20.9 cm).

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The Holy Family. Mary sitting at the table upon which on a pillow the child. The latter with no interest for the bird the Child St. John holds on a string. Steel engraving by Albert Henry Payne (London 1812 – Leipsic 1902). C. 1845. 6⅞ × 4¾ in (17.4 × 11.9 cm).

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(Venus and Adonis.) She in divine nude resting besides a pond, holding cupid with arrow in her arms. He with the bow in his hand and accompanied by two hounds and coming around the underwood. Steel engraving by William French (c. 1815 – East Grinstead 1898). 3rd quarter of the 19th century. 5½ × 5⅞ in (14 × 15 cm).

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Caravaggio
= Michel Angelo Amerigo, Caravaggio 1560/65 – Porto Ercole 1609

Roman Soldiers. Playing cards and throwing dice. Steel engraving by William French (c. 1815 – East Grinstead 1898). 3rd quarter of the 19th century. 5⅞ × 6¾ in (14.8 × 17.3 cm).

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The Gamesters. The two card-players with the masked viewer looking into the cards of one of the players and giving signs to the other. Steel engraving by William French (c. 1815 – East Grinstead 1898). 3rd quarter of the 19th century. 5½ × 6½ in (13.9 × 16.6 cm).

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Carlo Caliari
1570 Venice 1596

The Presentation in the Temple. Mary with child in her arms kneeling before the priest. On the left young man with two doves on a tray. Steel engraving by Geyer. 3rd quarter of the 19th century. 6⅛ × 5½ in (15.7 × 13.9 cm).

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Guido Reni
Calvenzano 1575 – Bologna 1642

Christ crowned. Portrait in the oval. The edges with hatching. Steel engraving by William French (c. 1815 – East Grinstead 1898). 3rd quarter of the 19th century. 7⅜ × 5⅛ in (18.6 × 13 cm).

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Assumption of the Virgin. With her arms spread out and raised by two archangels and putti resp. Above at the cloud’s edges further putti expecting her. Steel engraving by William French (c. 1815 – East Grinstead 1898). 3rd quarter of the 19th century. 7⅞ × 5 in (19.9 × 12.8 cm).

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The Holy Mary. Half-length portrait to the right. Steel engraving by Albert Henry Payne (London 1812 – Leipsic 1902). C. 1845. 6⅝ × 5⅛ in (16.7 × 12.9 cm). – With broad ornamental framing.

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Peter Paul Rubens
Siegen 1577 – Antwerp 1640

(St. Ambrosius.) In full array with tiara and crosier amidst a numerous, partly armoured group. Steel engraving by I. Hahn. 3rd quarter of the 19th century. 8⅜ × 5⅝ in (21.3 × 14.2 cm).

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The Raising of Lazarus. Lazarus rising from cave-grave welcomed by Christ going to him. Between both Lazarus’ two sisters and two men, possibly a Jew and an apostle standing for the two parties of witnesses. Respectively one of this group striving for loosening of the shrouds. Steel engraving by Merckel. 3rd quarter of the 19th century. 7 × 4⅞ in (17.9 × 12.5 cm).

The  famous  sujet  after the destroyed Berlin oil. – “The hasting along to each other is full of dynamic … goes far beyond the preceding depictions” (Herwig Guratzsch).

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(The Penitent Magdalen.) Her feet on the overturned jewel case. Its contents spread over the floor. In the background the blackclothed admonition. Steel engraving by Albert Henry Payne (London 1812 – Leipsic 1902). C. 1845. 7½ × 5⅛ in (18.9 × 13 cm).

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Christ and John. With other children and putto amongst numerous fruit, especially vine grapes, and a lamb. Steel engraving by William French (c. 1815 – East Grinstead 1898). 3rd quarter of the 19th century. 5½ × 6¼ in (14.1 × 15.9 cm).

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The Garland of Fruit. Putti amongst large garland of fruit with dominating wine. Steel engraving by William French (c. 1815 – East Grinstead 1898). 3rd quarter of the 19th century. 5⅜ × 7 in (13.7 × 17.9 cm).

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Maximilian I. Half-length portrait of “the last knight” in complete, richly decorated armour to the left. Steel engraving by Johann Philipp Walther (Mühlhausen, Upper Palatinate, 1798 – Nuremberg 1868). 3rd quarter of the 19th century. 6½ × 4¾ in (16.6 × 12 cm). – See the complete description.

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(Neptune and Amphitrite.) He with trident, she in divine nude taking jewellery out of a cornucopia hold by a triton. Surrounded by rhinoceros, hippopotamus, lion & tiger, and crocodile under a sail. Steel engraving by E. Schuler. 3rd quarter of the 19th century. 7⅞ × 5⅝ in (20 × 14.4 cm). – See the complete description.

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La Pelisse. Standing female nude, partly covered by fur trimmed coat. Steel engraving by William French (c. 1815 – East Grinstead 1898). 3rd quarter of the 19th century. 8⅝ × 5⅜ in (22 × 13.7 cm). – Ornamental border.

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(Peter & Paul.) Standing at heaven’s gate, the former with the keys. Over his head putto with tiara, above the dove. Steel engraving by William French (c. 1815 – East Grinstead 1898). 3rd quarter of the 19th century. 7 × 4¾ in (17.7 × 12 cm).

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(Philipp the Good.) Half-length portrait in armour and coat standing to the right under the general’s tent. Steel engraving by William French (c. 1815 – East Grinstead 1898). 3rd quarter of the 19th century. 5⅜ × 4 in (13.8 × 10.3 cm). – See the complete description.

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Four Putti with Lamb, reviewing Wine Grapes. As decoration further grapes and other fruit. Steel engraving by William French (c. 1815 – East Grinstead 1898). 3rd quarter of the 19th century. 4¾ × 6¼ in (12.2 × 15.9 cm).

Erroneously attributed to “Christ and John” by Domenechino Feti.

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Satyrs and Nymphs. Accompanied by hounds the nymphs returning from the hunt with lots of winged and other game are greeted by satyrs presenting grapes and other fruit to them. Steel engraving by Albert Henry Payne (London 1812 – Leipsic 1902). 3rd quarter of the 19th century. 6⅛ × 6½ in (15.5 × 16.6 cm).

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The Victor’s Apotheosis. Standing with sword and shield over the dead and catched while a bare bosomed winged Victory crowns him. Steel engraving by Johann Philipp Walther (Mühlhausen, Upper Palatinate, 1798 – Nuremberg 1868). 3rd quarter of the 19th century. 6 × 6⅞ in (15.2 × 17.5 cm).

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Samson and Delilah. Overcome and bound by several catchpoles on the bed of treachery enlightened by torches. She still holds the scissors in her hand. Steel engraving by Merckel. 3rd quarter of the 19th century. 6 × 6½ in (15.3 × 16.4 cm).

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Sons of Rubens. In rich garments, the elder holding his arm around the younger. The latter playing with a bird attached to a cord. Steel engraving by William French (c. 1815 – East Grinstead 1898). 3rd quarter of the 19th century. 8 × 4⅜ in (20.4 × 11.2 cm).

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(The Four Continents.) Rich scenery with several gods of both sexes and tiger, lion, and crocodile. Steel engraving by Albrecht Fürchtegott Schultheiss (Nuremberg 1823 – Munich 1909). 3rd quarter of the 19th century. 6¼ × 7½ in (15.9 × 18.9 cm).

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(The Miracles of St. Ignatius [of Loyola].) Deadly horror, astonishment, and admiration in the numerous congregation about the putti flying in during his sermon. Steel engraving by Johann Karl Kracker (Nuremberg 1823 – Munich 1879). 3rd quarter of the 19th century. 7⅞ × 5⅜ in (20.1 × 13.8 cm).

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more by/after Peter Paul Rubens …

 

School of Rubens

Madonna, The. With the child to which putti and an angel offer a basket with grapes. In front further autumn fruit. Steel engraving by D. J. Pound (England about 1859/60). C. 1840. 7⅝ × 5⅛ in (19.5 × 13 cm).

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Alessandro Tiarini
1577 Bologna 1668

Tancred. Young woman with pearls in her hair and uncovered chest, leaning to and embracing a tree at the edge of the bewitched forest. On the left armoured warrior with helmet, shield, and raised sword. Steel engraving by Fleischmann (?Andreas, Nuremberg 1811 – Munich 1878). 3rd quarter of the 19th century. 5⅞ × 6⅜ in (15 × 16.3 cm).

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Alessandro Turchi (l’Orbetto)
Verona 1578 – Rome 1649

David (with the Head of Goliath). The slingshot put into his sash, the sword in the right before Goliath’s head. Steel engraving by Albert Henry Payne (London 1812 – Leipsic 1902). 3rd quarter of the 19th century. 7¾ × 5½ in (19.6 × 14.1 cm).

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Frans Snyders
1579 Antwerp 1657

The Bear Hunt. The mighty bear resisting the pack. Steel engraving by Thomas Heawood (c. 1850 – Leipsic before 1911). C. 1860. 5⅞ × 6½ in (14.8 × 16.6 cm).

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Cock Fight. Two gorgeously feathered rivals fighting for the favour of two belles of which only one is interested on the result. In the background the farm. Steel engraving by William French (c. 1815 – East Grinstead 1898). 3rd quarter of the 19th century. 5½ × 6¾ in (14 × 17 cm).

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Domenichino
Bologna 1581 – Naples 1641

St. Hieronymus. At the table with the quill in his hand writing in a book. A letter lying under this hanging over the table’s edge as synonym of vanity. Further hour glass and another book and writing utensils. Steel engraving by Albert Henry Payne (London 1812 – Leipsic 1902). C. 1845. 6½ × 4⅜ in (16.4 × 11.1 cm).

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Bernardo Strozzi
called il Cappuccino, Genoa 1581 – Venice 1644

Esther and Ahasverus. The prince rejecting Esther’s plea with regretting gesture. Between both another woman with cup. Steel engraving by Andrew Duncan (1795 – London c. 1845). C. 1840. 8 × 5⅛ in (20.2 × 13.1 cm).

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(The Lute Player.) Half-length figure. On the table his music book. Steel engraving by Albert Henry Payne (London 1812 – Leipsic 1902). 3rd quarter of the 19th century. 6⅞ × 4¾ in (17.4 × 12.1 cm).

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Francesco Gessi
Italy, 1589 – 1649

Magdalen. Before an empty hollow, the hair open, the breast denuded, holding the crucifix. Steel engraving by W. C. Wrankmore. 3rd quarter of the 19th century. 7⅜ × 5⅜ in (18.7 × 13.7 cm). – In the upper right corner spots of glue.

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Gerrit van Honthorst
1590 Utrecht 1656

(Peter in the Court of Pilatus.) Looking startled into the light of the woman pointing at him while one of the guard puts his hand on his shoulder and the officer shows the direction to take. Above all the end of a raised curtain as the symbol of the secret. Steel engraving by Georges François Louis Jaquemot (Valangin 1806 – Pforzheim 1880). 3rd quarter of the 19th century. 5⅞ × 6¾ in (14.8 × 17.2 cm).

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Peter in Prison. Blinded by the archangel entering through the door reaching out with his arm. Steel engraving by William French (c. 1815 – East Grinstead 1898). 3rd quarter of the 19th century. 5½ × 6⅛ in (14.1 × 15.6 cm).

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Guercino
= Giovanni Francesco Barbieri, Cento, Ferrara, 1591 – Bologna 1666

Christ crowned. Christ, the bound hands holding the broken stick, gets the crown of thorns pressed into his forehead by an armoured hangman. On the left Pilatus. Steel engraving by William French (c. 1815 – East Grinstead 1898). 3rd quarter of the 19th century. 5⅝ × 6⅝ in (14.3 × 16.7 cm).

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(Loth and his Daughters.) Refilling the glass in the stage before the fall. Steel engraving by D. J. Pound (England about 1859/60). 3rd quarter of the 19th century. 6 × 6⅝ in (15.3 × 16.9 cm).

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Anthonis van Dyck
Antwerp 1599 – London 1641

Amor. Standing to the left, but without arrows and bow. Steel engraving by Albert Henry Payne (London 1812 – Leipsic 1902). C. 1845. 6¾ × 4⅝ in (17.1 × 11.7 cm).

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Charles I. Half-length figure in full array to the left, his right put on the brim of his hat lying on the table, holding gloves with the other hand. Steel engraving by William French (c. 1815 – East Grinstead 1898). 3rd quarter of the 19th century. 7½ × 5 in (19.1 × 12.6 cm).

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– The Children of Charles I. Son and two daughters standing before a curtain, framed by two small dogs. Steel engraving by William French (c. 1815 – East Grinstead 1898). 3rd quarter of the 19th century. 6⅝ × 6½ in (16.8 × 16.6 cm).

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(Danae and the golden Rain.) On the low bed with pillows and blankets the young woman in the nude, reaching out for the rain of golden ducats pouring down over the bed’s head. Doing the same, but with more greed the maid standing behind the bed while a putto kneeling on the bed’s lower end looks at one of the coins. Steel engraving by D. J. Pound (England about 1859/60). 3rd quarter of the 19th century. 5⅞ × 7 in (14.8 × 17.8 cm).

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Maria Louise de Tassis. Three-quarter figure standing to the left in rich dress with fine lace collar, in her right a feather fan. Steel engraving by M. Lämmel. 3rd quarter of the 19th century. 7¾ × 5⅛ in (19.7 × 12.9 cm).

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Martin Engelbrecht. Half-length portrait to the right, with large frill and chain. Steel engraving by D. J. Pound (England about 1859/60). C. 1840. 6¾ × 4⅜ in (17.1 × 11.1 cm).

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Burial of Christ. At the entrance of the grotto with Mary and Magdalen. On the soil crown of thorns and nails and the paper with the inscription “IESVS REX I(VDAEORUM)”. Steel engraving by Wagner. 3rd quarter of the 19th century. 7⅛ × 4¾ in (18.1 × 12 cm).

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(Madonna and Child.) Sitting at the edge of the forest and offering the breast to the child. Behind her Joseph. Steel engraving by Albert Henry Payne (London 1812 – Leipsic 1902). 3rd quarter of the 19th century. 7⅜ × 5 in (18.7 × 12.8 cm).

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(Prince Rupert of the Palatinate (introduced i. a. the mezzotint in England). Standing, with a dog at his side. Steel engraving by William French (c. 1815 – East Grinstead 1898). 3rd quarter of the 19th century. 8⅞ × 6⅜ in (22.4 × 16.2 cm).

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St. Herrmann. Kneeling before Our Lady, with an archangel behind. Steel engraving by William French (c. 1815 – East Grinstead 1898). 3rd quarter of the 19th century. 6¼ × 4¼ in (16 × 10.9 cm).

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A Portrait (of an unknown Person). Sitting to the left, in rich furred robe. Steel engraving by Albert Henry Payne (London 1812 – Leipsic 1902). C. 1845. 7⅝ × 5⅜ in (19.5 × 13.8 cm).

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Diego Rodríguez de Silva y Velázquez
Seville 1599 – Madrid 1660

Cardinal Dezio Azzolini. Sitting. Steel engraving by Albert Henry Payne (London 1812 – Leipsic 1902). C. 1845. 6⅞ × 4⅝ in (17.5 × 11.8 cm).

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(Philip IV of Spain.) Half-length portrait to the right of the youthful king with the Order of the Golden Fleece. Steel engraving by William French (c. 1815 – East Grinstead 1898). 3rd quarter of the 19th century. Inscribed: Belvedere / Velasquez pt. / W. French sc., otherwise in German as before. 6 × 4½ in (15.2 × 11.4 cm).

Under Philip IV (1605-1665, accession to the throne 1621, “the bull-fights reached the culmination of their splendour” (Meyer’s Konversations-Lexikon, 4th ed., XV, 322 f.).

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Claude Lorrain
= Claude Gellée, Chamagne 1600 – Rome 1682

John preaching in the Wilderness. In the open air, behind him a lying sheep. Before him on the way and under the trees numerous listeners, on the right three soldiers with lances, behind them two riders. In the distance on a hill a fortified town. Steel engraving by Albert Henry Payne (London 1812 – Leipsic 1902). C. 1845. 6⅝ × 7⅝ in (16.7 × 19.4 cm).

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The Flight into Egypt. In the foreground peasants, partly with a herd, in watery landscape. Steel engraving by William French (c. 1815 – East Grinstead 1898). 3rd quarter of the 19th century. 5⅜ × 6¼ in (13.7 × 16 cm).

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1401-1500  –  1501-1600  –  1601-1700  –  1701-1800  –  1801-1900


„ heute kam das Paket – vielen Dank für die excellente Verpackung. Das Bild ist wirklich sehr schön … Wir freuen uns auf Ihre (weitere) Nachricht. Herzliche Grüße aus F. “

(Herr + Frau T. C., 13. Mai 2002)