Jurjens Fine Art

Amsterdam, the Netherlands

Jurjens Fine Art deals in high quality prints with a strong focus on early impressions, rare states, and extraordinary works by important printmakers, dating from the 15th up to the 20th century. Our clients are museums, institutions and private collectors, whom we advice and assist in building their collections.


All prints offered are available for viewing in our gallery in Amsterdam, by appointment. Further information, extensive catalogue entries, artist biographies, and condition reports, as well as high-resolution digital imagers of each of the works are available on request.

For any inquiries or reservations, please contact us directly by email at info@jurjens-fine-art.com or phone +31 (0)6 57 555 734.


JAN VAN DE VELDE II, "Spring". From the series "The Four Seasons", 1617


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In celebration of our fifth year anniversary, we are delighted to present a selection of Dutch and Flemish old master prints by some of the most prominent artists from the 16th and 17th century. The selection features printmakers like Hendrick Goltzius, Jan van de Velde, Allart van Everdingen, Hendrick Goudt and Rembrandt. As listed prices show, old masters can still be collected at affordable prices.

Jeroen E. Jurjens


The Great Standard-Bearer


28.7 x 20.0 cm


Signed and dated in the plate: Ao. 1587 HGoltzius fe. Two lines of Latin in the margin: Signifer ingentes… corda ministro / Me stat… sugiente fugit. Ref. Bartsch 125; Strauss 253; Ackley 1981, No. 1; TIB comm. 0301.125; Leeflang 2003, No. 26.2; NHD 288



Mother and Child Seated in an Inn

17th Century

15.6 × 12.3 cm


Pieter Willem van Doorne (Amsterdam 1896-1971 Vreeland), his stamp on verso (Lugt 4731); an unidentified collectors mark (verso, not in Lugt).

Ref. Bartsch 31; Hollstein 31 II (II)

2,300 EURO // 2,500 USD

HENDRICK GOUDT, after Adam Elsheimer

Tobias Carrying the Fish, Walking with the Angel


13.6 x 18.9 cm


Philipp Hermann (his collection mark on verso, Lugt 1352a)

Signed and dated in the plate: A.Ehlsheimer Pinxit / HGoudt sculpt. Roma 1608. Ref. Bartsch 1; Hollstein 1 II (III)

4,300 EURO // 4,800 USD

JAN GILLISZ. VAN VLIET, "A Peasant’s Meal", c. 1633-35

HENDRICK GOLTZIUS, after Cornelis Cornelisz. van Haarlem, "The Dragon Devouring the Companions of Cadmus", 1588


Jacobus Minor

c. 1555-65

23.5 x 14.0 cm


Signed with the monogram "L" at the lower left and inscribed S. IACOBVS MINOR. Ref. Nagler 1858-79, Vol. 4, No. 1173; Denhaene 1990, No. 103; Brooks Rich 2016, pp. 408-11.



Christ and the Woman from Samaria, at the Ruins


c. 12.9 x 11.3 cm

Etching and engraving

Hermann Weber (his stamp on verso, Lugt 1383)

Signed and dated upper right: Rembrandt. f. 1634. Ref. Bartsch 71; NHD 78 II (V). Superb impression, printed evenly and sharply with delicate plate tone, ample margins around the platemark, the imprint clearly visible. In an impeccable state of conservation.


JAN GILLISZ. VAN VLIET, "A Peasant’s Meal", c. 1633-35