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Emanuel von Baeyer London was founded in 1998 and has since been firmly established as a leading representative of his generation of old master dealers. Emanuel von Baeyer deals principally in fine European drawings, prints and paintings from the fifteenth through the twentieth century, but also handles select postwar and contemporary art, showing interest in both established and emerging artists. Emanuel von Baeyer Cabinet is an extension of Emanuel von Baeyer London’s regular activities. It serves as a platform for online exhibitions, profiling different aspects of our extensive inventory. With each exhibition focused around a singular artist, group show or theme, the Cabinet website stages two simultaneous online exhibitions: First Floor and Second Floor. Our aim is that these different exhibitions highlight the breadth of our interests, and further enable us to experiment with unexplored artistic materials and introduce new and overlooked artists of current significance. In keeping with these objectives, works on display range from old master to contemporary prints and drawings. It also features photographs, archive material, writings, and ephemera. Emanuel von Baeyer regularly participates in the London Original Print Fair, Frieze Masters London, Master Drawings Week in London and New York, IFPDA Print Fair New York, Antiquarian Booksellers Associations (ABA), TEFAF, Maastricht and Stuttgarter Antiquariatsmesse. He is also a member of the International Fine Print Dealers Association (IFPDA), the International League of Antiquarian Booksellers (ILAB) and he a member of the Society of London Art Dealers (SLAD), where he served twice in the executive committee. Currently he is on the board of directors at the IFPDA. He has held exhibitions in various galleries in the UK, Europe and America. Emanuel von Baeyer welcomes exchanges with scholars and experts on matters of shared interest. If you have an interest in a particular area of research explored in one of our catalogues, and would like to contribute to future publications, we would be delighted to hear from you. We are constantly expanding our stock and actively buy items from a wide range of sources. Business can be conducted in English, German, Italian and French.
Old Master, 18th and 19th Century, Modern (1900-1950), Contemporary, Appraisals
10 Works, 10 Years, 10 Catalogues
17th century French prints from the Newbattle Abbey album
Géricault - Master of lithography
Dutch Prints and Drawings from the 16th- to- late 18th centuries
Sickert and his Circle
Delacroix - Artist Printmaker
Antonius II Wierix
Size of sheet: 19.7 x 28.8 cm.
Engraving, touched with pen and brown ink.
Guiseppe (Joseph) Storck (1766 Seckingen – 1836 Milan) Lugt 2318 (paraph with date 1797).
Watermark: unidentifiable with counter mark Horn. LITERATURE: Mauquoy-Hendrickx (1979) 254; Hollstein (Wierix family) Vol. I., 136 (unkown state before I. / II). Unfinished proof impression retouched by the artist in brown ink, outlining the body of the infant. Printed on a piece of paper smaller than the plate, missing one line of the inscription below. Excellent impression unknown to the literature and in this form unique. Our print belongs to series of three plates depicting the early life of Christ (Hollstein (Wierix family) Vol. I., 135-137). From this series, Hollstein lists another unique, unfinished impression (Hollstein 135 Adoration of the Shepherds), also overworked by the artist in the Bibliotheque Nationale de France in Paris (Ec 69b, fol. 29, margin cut, reworked in pen and ink). Unfinished prints are among the greatest rarities in Mannerist printmaking and apart from the Bilbilotheque Nationale de France impression we know of one other, St Mary Magdalene (British Museum London (F,1.247) Hollstein 1235.I). The Wierix family produced over 2,000 prints. The set of three, to which ours belongs, is even more rare as it is one of the few images which Antonius II Wierix invented, engraved and published himself. Most of the oeuvre consists of reproduction prints or faithful copies after Renaissance masters like Albrecht Dürer.
Jean Louis André Théodore Géricault
Les Boueux (The Street Cleaners)
Size of sheet: 28.3 x 40 cm.
Henri Petiet (1894-1980)
Literature: Delteil 75, IV. École nationale supériore des Beaux-Arts, 1997-1998, E.86. From Plate 3 of "Suite de Cinq Lithographies" published in Paris in 1823 by Mme Hulin, rue de la Paix no.21. According to Delteil, the series was originally intended to comprise four prints, as indicated by the series title which is printed on the front cover.
Plate 1 from the series "Totentanz"
Size of sheet: 64.2 x 50 cm.
Etching, aquatint and plate tone.
Artist's proof on blue paper. Signed and dated. From the series "Totentanz" printed outside of the limited edition of 40 and published by Luigi Toninelli, Agno Schweiz and Cayman Graphics (Georgetown, Cayman Islands).
Printed by Atelier Volker Sammet, Stuttgart. Literature: Freilinghaus, 192.
Antonius II Wierix
Johann Theodor de Bry
Nicolaes de Bruyn
Jan Baptist Herregouts
Johannes de Mare
Domenico del Barbiere
Italian School circa 1600
Pierre Biard the Younger
Henri Charles Guerard
Willem Outgertsz Akersloot
Adriaen van Ostade
George Nikolaus Ritter