(engraving by) Jacques Philippe Le Bas (aka Jacques Philippe Lebas) (1707–1783) and
(etching by) Pierre Antoine Martini (aka Pietro Antonio Martini) )1739–1800)
“Le Marché à Faire”, 1774, after David Teniers the Younger’s (aka Tennier; David Teniers II) (1610–1690) painting in the collection of Comte de Baudouin Silvain-Raphaël (1715–1797), published in Paris by Jacques Philippe Le Bas.
Engraving and etching on laid paper trimmed along, or slightly within, the image borderline (with loss of the text lines), backed with a support sheet.
Size: (support sheet) 37.9 x 45.5 cm; (sheet) 25.8 x 34.5 cm.
IFF 440 (Département des Estampes 1930–, “Inventaire du Fonds Francais Après 1800”, vol. 13, Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale de France, p. 246, cat. no. 440).
The Rijksmuseum offers a description of this print: http://hdl.handle.net/10934/RM0001.COLLECT.137580.
Condition: a richly inked and well-printed impression trimmed along the image borderline and laid upon a support sheet of archival (millennium quality) washi paper. The sheet is in a very good condition.
I am selling this very beautiful engraving (with etching) of a farmers’ market in an early stage of preparation with a resting shepherd and his cattle in the foreground and rural folk enjoying themselves at an inn shown further back—note that my reading, of the scene may be wrong and is based on my translation of the title: “The Market to Do”—for AU$198 in total (currently US$125.18/EUR126.90/GBP109.99 at the time of posting this listing) including Express Mail (EMS) postage and handling to anywhere in the world, but not (of course) any import duties/taxes imposed by some countries.
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