Lot 123: Bolswert (Schelte Adams, 1576-1659). Johannes Baptista Barb?, after Anthony Van Dyck, circa 1635-40, etching with engraving on laid paper with indistinct watermark, a good strong impression, with wide margins, plate size 245 x 160 mm (9.6 x 6.25 ins), sheet size 355 x 229 mm (14 x 9 ins), together with Margareta Princeps Lotharingia Ducissa Serenissima Aurelianensis, after Anthony Van Dyck, circa 1640, etching with engraving on laid paper, with margins, plate size 245 x 180 mm (9.6 x 7.1 ins), sheet size 285 x 219 mm (11.25 x 8.6 ins), with collector's stamp of Oswald Stein to verso, plus Turner (Edward, 19th century), Rural landscape with ruined archway and figures on a path, pen & brown ink on paper, laid down on backing paper with contemporary ink ruled and wash mount, initialled E.T. to wash border lower left, and inscribed to verso 'May Forbes The gift of E. Turner March 31st and last day', 150 x 225 mm (5.9 x 8.9 ins), plus 14 other various pen & ink or pencil drawings, mostly 19th century, but including a few 18th century, including a pencil portrait on paper of the scriptural geologist Granville Penn (1761-1844), with monogram T.S. (autograph signature of the sitter attached to lower corner), a small pencil study of cherubs on laid paper, numbered in ink to top corner, 134, etc., various sizes Mauquoy-Hendrickx 20 for the first item, a portrait of the Flemish engraver Jean-Baptiste Barb?, published as part of Van Dyck's Iconographie. (17)
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