Jan van de Velde II (1593-1641); Claes Jansz. Visscher (II) (1586-1652); Pieter Schenck II (1660-1713)

[Antique etching, ets, landscape print] J. v.d. Velde II, Title page of part 3 of the set of Landscapes.

Resting figures in a landscape with cows and a tower in the left. At the top a cartouche with the title: “CLAES IANS VISSCHER  Excudebat Anno 1616. Derde Deel / Ian vande Velde Fecit.” At the bottom of the cartouche a head of a bull with painting attributes in reference to Saint Luke as the patron saint of the artists. At the top, a head of a satyr. Title print of part two of a set of 52 prints with landscapes, divided into two parts of 26 prints each: “Amenissimae aliquot regiunuculae.” Numbered on the top right: “3” and on the bottom left: “N. 11”. Republished by Pieter Schenk before 1713, as the address on the bottom left reads: “P. Schenk Iunior Exc.”.

Etching on laid paper, mounted on cardboard; plate mark: 117 x 187 mm, total: 151 x 227 mm; state IV/4; slightly yellowing paper, possibly due to the mount, otherwise in good condition. Hollstein 256.

Incl. BTW  181,50

Excl. BTW  150,00

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