Four Antique Figurative Engravings: "Two ugly rustics enjoying a tankard of beer."Â Copperplate engraving by Thomas Sanders after a satirical illustration by Timothy Bobbin (John Collier) from Human Passions Delineated, John Haywood, Manchester, 1773. Plate size 5" x 8", sheet size 6-3/4" x 9-14/16". "Stag Hunt" by Jean A. Le Poutre, (French 1618-1682), published by Le Blond, copper plate engraving, trimmed margins, overall 6" x 8-3/4".Â "Military Scene" byÂ George Phillip Rugendas (German, b. 1666), copper plate engraving of mllitaryÂ on horseback, monogrammed lower right LR. trimmed margins, tipped to backing matt. Ink dribble in upper right corner, time toned, paper size 5-1/4" x 7-1/2".Â Rugendas was active in the early 18th century and specialized in hunting and battle scenes. "Travelers on a road" byÂ Gabrielle Perelle (1603-1675), published by Nicolas de Poilly,Â copper plate engraving on chain lined and water marked paper, trimmed margins, edges rough and corners chipped, paper size 9-3/4" x 12-3/4". With small tears repaired with tape.
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