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Dürer 1 / Dürer 2 / Dürer 3 / Dürer 4 / after Marcantonio Dürer 1 / after Marcantonio Dürer 2 / after Marcantonio Dürer 3

North Italian Illuminated Manuscript / Italian Old Master Drawings: An Overview / Italian School, 16th-Century Drawings
Michelangelo Buonarotti (After) / Raphael / Giulio Romano / Perino del Vaga / Marcantonio Raimondi / Parmigianino
Titian (after) / Andrea Schiavone / Tintoretto / Veronese / Taddeo Zuccaro / Federico Zuccaro / Alessandro Casolani
Jacopo Palma il Giovane / Cherubino Alberti / Luca Cambiaso / Annibale Carracci / Ludovico Carracci

Italian School, 17th-Century Drawings / Bolognese School / Giovanni Baglione / Matteo Rosselli / Ercole Bazzicaluva
Baldassare Franceschini called Il Volterrano / Pier Francesco Mazzuccelli, il Morazzone / Odoardo Fialetti / Simone Cantarini
Domenichino / Francesco Albani / Giovanni Lanfranco / Guercino / Pier Francesco Mola / Antonio Busca

Italian School Printmakers, 15th-17th Centuries: Venetian School, c. 1497 / Raphael School / Giovanni Jacopo Caraglio
Marcantonio Raimondi / The Master of the Die / Anea Vico / Agostino Veneziano / Nicholas Beatrizet
Michelangelo Buonarotti (After) / Giulio Bonasone / Giovanni Battista Franco /Girolamo Fagiuoli / Cherubino Alberti
Titian (after) / Tintoretto (after) / Parmigianino / Giorgio Ghisi / Diana Scultori / Annibale Carracci / Ludovico Carracci
Agostino Carracci / Simone Cantarini / Elisabetta Sirani / Gerolamo Scarsello

Netherlandish School, 15th-17th-Century Drawings / Flemish School, 17th-Century
Bernaert van Orley / Lucas van Leyden / Maarten de Vos / Jan Baptiste de Wael / Abraham Bloemaert
Peter Paul Rubens / Philipp Sadeler / Nicolaes Maes / Rembrandt School

Netherlandish Printmakers 16th-17th Centuries: Lucas van Leyden, Maarten van Heemskerck, Cornelis Cort
Philips Galle, Abraham de Bruyn, Hans (Jan) Collaert, Adriaen Collaert, Karel de Mallery, Theodore Galle, Hendrik Goltzius
Julius Goltzius, Jacob Matham, Jan Sanraedam, Maarten de Vos, Jan Sadeler, Aegidius Sadeler, Raphael Sadeler
Crispin de Passe, Magdalena de Passe, Wierix Brothers, Rembrandt, Rembrandt School, Jan Lievens, Jan Joris van Vliet,
Ferdinand Bol, Govert Flinck
German Drawings: Hans Sebald Beham / Virgil Solis / Hans von Aachen / Joseph Heinrich Roos
German 16th century printmakers: Heinrich Aldegrever, Jost Amman, Hans Sebald Beham, Hans Brosamer, Hans Burgkmair,
Lucas Cranach, Albrecht Durer, Albrecht Durer (After), Hans Holbein (After), Hopfer Brothers, Georg Pencz, Hans Schäufelein,
Virgil Solis, Wolfgang Stuber

French Drawings: Charles de La Fosse / Etienne Parrocel / François Boucher / Jean-François de Neufforge / Mouricault
French printmakers: Etienne Delaunne / Rene Boyvin /Thomas de Leu / Jean Cousin the Younger / Jacques Callot
Abraham Bosse / Sebastien Bourdon / Claude Gelle "le Lorraine" / Jean LePautre
Claudine Bouzonnet Stella / Antonette Bouzonnet Stella / Gabriel Perelle

19th-Century Drawings / 20th-Century Drawings
The Resurrection (Bartsch 613 iii/iii). Engraving after Dürer's Small Woodcut Passion, c. 1512. Very good impression on laid paper with thread margins; "28" in cartouche. The darkest tonality in the sequence is to be seen in the previous plate, The Entombment, where the sun of the world has set leaving everything in darkness; here the Sun (and the Son) have risen, and light floods the scene. The guard to the right of Jesus seems to be trying to protect his eyes against the light. Image size: 127x98mm. Price: $3000.
Jesus appears to his Mother (Bartsch 614 ii/iii). Engraving after Dürer's Small Woodcut Passion, c. 1512. Very rich impression on laid paper with thread margins; "28" lower right; cartouche empty. This scene does not occur in any of the Gospel accounts of the Resurrection. Jesus appears here once gain to be the light in the darkness of the room in which Mary sits praying. Image size: 131x98mm. Price: $3500.
Noli me tangere / Do not touch me (Bartsch 615 ii/iii). Engraving after Dürer's Small Woodcut Passion, c. 1512. Very rich impression on laid paper with thread margins; "30" lower right; cartouche empty. Jesus appears here once again to be the light in the darkness in which Mary Magdalene seeks not for the Risen Christ but for his body. See Luke 24: 8-16. Image size: 127x99mm. Price: $3500.
Supper at Emmaus (Bartsch 616 ii/iii). Engraving after Dürer's Small Woodcut Passion, c. 1512. Very good impression on laid paper with thread margins; "31" lower right; cartouche empty. Most of the light in the room appears to be coming from the risen Jesus (the side of the clothing of the disciple on our right is much darker than the side illuminated by the light from Jesus' halo). This is the first plate in which Jesus appears to be making direct eye-contact with the viewer. Image size: 131x98mm. Price: $3500.
Doubting Thomas (Bartsch 617 ii/iii). Engraving after Dürer's Small Woodcut Passion, c. 1512. Very good impression on laid paper with thread margins; "32" lower right; cartouche empty. The main light source in the room is again the risen Jesus, whose halo shines against the very dark background. Image size: 131x98mm. Price: $3500.
The Ascension (Bartsch 618 ii/iii). Engraving after Dürer's Small Woodcut Passion, c. 1512. Very good impression on laid paper with thread margins; "33" lower right; cartouche empty. One of Dürer's most daring compositions: Jesus has already risen enough that only his feet and a little bit of his robe are visible; if the risen Christ is to be visible now, it must be through the eyes of faith, as Jesus told Doubting Thomas in the previous plate in the series. Small ink stain on the rock below the cloud upon which Jesus is ascending into Heaven. Image size: 126x100mm. Price: $2500.
Pentecost (Bartsch 619 iii/iii). Engraving after Dürer's Small Woodcut Passion, c. 1512. Very good impression on laid paper with thread margins; "34" in cartouche. The Holy Spirit in the form of a dove hovers over the Virgin and the Apostles illuminating the darkness and flames dance over the heads of all. Small interrupted red line beginning at the top of the aureole of light surrounding the dove and continuing just into its right wing. For a drawing based upon Dürer's version of this print, click here. Image size: 127x100mm. Price: $3000.
The Last Judgment (Bartsch 620 i/iii). Engraving after Dürer's Small Woodcut Passion, c. 1512. Jesus comes on the clouds, heralded by angels blowing the last trumps and with the Virgin and John the Baptist kneeling in prayer on either side. Immediately below Jesus, the dead rise from their graves and are led to our left by angels toward the bright light of Heaven or forced to our right by devils who push them into the ultimate darkness of a giant hell-mouth in the form of a huge dragon-mouth. Coming from Jesus' mouth on our left is the lily of grace and on our right the sword of justice. A wonderful impression of this ultimate plate in the series in the first state of three. Image size: 127x100mm. Price: $4000.

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