IDBURY PRINTS

We have a number of fine interpretative etchings after the Old Masters, mostly from sought-after art reviews such as the Gazette des Beaux-Arts or Die Graphischen Kunste. The art of one artist interpreting the painting of another in a black-and-white etching is now a lost one, but in the nineteenth century many artists earned their bread-and-butter producing etched versions of work by the Old Masters and by their revered contemporaries; many of these interpretative etchings are astoundingly subtle works of art in their own right. For the sake of simplicity, we include in Old Masters all artists from the Renaissance through to the French Neoclassicists such as Ingres and David.

 
DIRK VAN DER LAAN
A Rustic Cottage, 1875
Etching
 
JAN VERMEER
A young woman standing at a virginal, 1911
Engraving
 
ANTON ZWENGAUER
Abendlandschaft, 1877
Engraving
 
JAN LIEVENS
Abraham und Isaak, 1888
Etching
 
RAPHAEL
Adam and Eve, 1921
Engraving
 
PAOLO VERONESE
Adam et Ève, 1873
Etching
 
JAN MABUSE
Adam und Eva, 1884
Etching
 
REMBRANDT
Adriaen van Ryn, 1908
Engraving
 
CHARLES ANTOINE COYPEL
Adrienne Lecouvreur, c.1730 (1892 re-strike)
Engraving
 
CHARLES ANTOINE COYPEL
Adrienne Lecouvreur, 1864
Etching
 
PAOLO VERONESE
Alexander und die Familie des Darius, 1886
Etching
 
MEINDERT HOBBEMA
Allée de Middelharnis, 1878
Etching

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