London, South Kensington
16 September 2009
Cornelis Visscher (1628-1658)
The Large Cat (Duthuit 46; Hollstein 42)
engraving, circa 1657, on laid paper, watermark Fool's Cap, a good impression of the second, final state, with narrow margins, a flattened vertical crease only showing verso, with a skilfull repair at the top sheet edge, otherwise in excellent condition
P. 142 x 185 mm., S. 147 x 190 mm.
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