8 December 2009
Ferdinand Bol (1616-1680)
The Philosopher (B., Holl. 6)
etching with drypoint, 1642, without watermark, a fine impression of this rare print, third, final state, printing with touches of burr on his right sleeve, waistcoat and elsewhere, with thread margins, a few scattered foxmarks in the upper subject, the tip of the lower right corner made up, otherwise in very good condition
P. 205 x 164 mm., S. 207 x 166 mm.
P. Mariette, 1679 (1634-1716), Paris (L. 1790).
Josef Camesina de Pomal (1765-1827), Vienna (L. 429).
K. E. von Liphardt (1808-1891), Bonn & Florence (L. 1687).
Emil Scherzler (?) (not in Lugt).
P. J. Mackie (?), 1910 (not in Lugt).
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