Jacques Callot (1592-1635)

Nine plates from Paysages gravés pour Jean de Medicis (Lieure 268, 270-277)

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Jacques Callot (1592-1635)
Nine plates from Paysages gravés pour Jean de Medicis (Lieure 268, 270-277)
nine etchings, 1618, from the set of ten (lacking L. 269 and the title page by a different hand), very good impressions, all second states (of two or three), with the address, on laid paper, some with a Three Rings within a Wreath watermark, some with unidentified proprietary watermarks, with small margins outside the platemarks, some minor pinpoint foxing, generally in very good condition; with eleven plates from La Vie de la Sainte Vierge (L. 1357-1361, 1363-1364, 1366-1369), from the set of 13, good impressions; Le Massacre des Innocents (2ème planche) (L. 427 I), good impression, with margins; Le Passage de la Mer Rouge (L. 665 II), good impression, all by the same hand; with twelve plates from a set of battle scenes (not in Le Blanc) by Sébastien Leclerc (1637-1714), very good impressions, watermarks DANNONAY 1742, the full sheets, generally in good condition(a collection)
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