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50 b&w plates by Anthony van Dyck  

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Cinquante Chefs-D'aeuvre de Antoine Van Dijck Reproductions en Photogravure des Tableaux Exposes a Anvers en 1899

Rooses, Max


La Librairie Neerlandaise



112 pp.  With 50 b&w plates from paintings by Anthony van Dyck, with captioned tissue guards. (Folio), original three quarter leather and decorative cloth, spine with raised bands, decorated in gilt and green. First Edition.

Sir Anthony van Dyck was a Flemish Baroque artist who became the leading court painter in England, after enjoying great success in Italy and the Southern Netherlands.

Lot Amendments

Wear and some staining to binding with rubbing to extremities; front hinge cracked, foxing to plate margins; about very good.

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