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Catalogue raisonné de la rare et précieuse collection d'estampes, et de quelques tableaux, bronzes, porcelaines, et meubles du cabinet de feu M. Logette, négociant.
Paris, Leblanc for Guyot and Regnault-Delalande, 1817. 8vo, pp. x, 64, 3; a little foxed in places; later half-calf over marbled boards, spine ornamented in gilt, gilt-stamped green morocco lettering-piece on spine; prices and buyers' names entered in ink. The collection of 191 lots contained fine prints from the 15th century, including an example of Adam and Eve by Dürer which was purchased by Claussius for 372 francs; two works by Mantegna ^gLa Sainte Vierge^g and ^gLes Disciples de Jésus-Christ^g, fetching 230 and 100 francs. Lucas van Leyden's ^gPilate^g of 1510 making 300 francs; Rembrandt's ^gRésurrection du Lazare^g with a provenance of the cabinet de Valois was sold for 549.95 francs. Contemporary works by Raphaël Morghen were making as much if not more than the old masters in the sale, probably somewhat like 'Brit Art' today. Also included are a number of works Marcantonio Raimondi, Hollar, Vissher, and Bartolozzi together with some representatives of the English School, such as William Woollett and Robert Strange. Lugt 9131; OCLC locates a single copy, at University of Iowa. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Pickering & Chatto [London, United Kingdom]
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