Etchings on wove (vellin) or oriental paper.
Jean-Pierre Norblin de La Gourdaine (15 July 1745 in Misy-sur-Yonne – 23 February 1830 in Paris) was a French painter, draughtsman and graphic artist, from 1772 he was in the service of the Czartoryski family, in the years 1774–1804 he was active in Poland; one of the most important painters of the Stanislavian period, considered the father of Polish genre painting. He was heavily influenced by Rembrandt. Henryk [Heinrich/Henri] Daniel Nether (1760-1819) and Michal Plonski (Polish, 1778-1812) were some of his pupils.
- Resurrection Lazarus – 175 euro
- Man with calot hat; Hillemacher 47; on oriental paper – 175 euro
- Two harnassed soldiens playing cards; Heinrich Nether after Rembrandt – 125 euro
- Seated soldier in armour; Heinrich Nether after Norblin de la Gourdaine – 125 euro
- Man reading at a desk; by Michal Plonski; no.2 from series of 14 etchings – 175 euro
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