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Hill-Stone, Inc.

+1 212-249-1397

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Hill-Stone are dealers in prints and drawings from the 15th century to the early years of the 20thcentury. Founded forty-five years ago by Alan N. Stone in Northampton, Massachusetts, the firm moved to New York City in 1980 and relocated to South Dartmouth, Massachusetts in 2013. Lesley Hill is, as the name of the firm suggests, the other principal.

As private dealers, Mr. Stone and Ms. Hill have always maintained a strong interest in German prints of the Renaissance and Dutch prints and drawings of the 16th and 17thcentury. They also offer a broad selection of works from the graphic art of the 16th century in Italy and France.

Their other great interest is the art of the later 18th and early 19th centuries with a specific concentration on Romanticism and Neoclassicism in all its national manifestations. Their passion for the curious and the arcane is, if it be a fault, one to which they will readily admit.

 

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“Whether it be the scintillating ritual of a masked ball or the delicate and personal mystery of music, we aim to draw you into a world far different from your everyday experience. The art of the old masters transports you to introspection, celebration and imagination. We can lead you to a world of inventive images where old becomes new, and nothing is ordinary.”

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Hill-Stone

René Boyvin

A Muse playing a Viola.

c. 1560

5 5/8 x 9 3/16 inches

Engraving, after Luca Penni

Robert-Dumesnil 66.

$24,000

Rembrandt van Rijn

Portrait of Jan Cornelius Sylvius.

1633

6 15/16 x 5 9/16 inches

Etching & engraving

Georg Friedrich Brandes, Hannover (1719-1791) with his inscriptions in the lower margin; Carl Christian Heinrich Rost, Leipzig (1742-1798); Arthur Wildau, Leipzig (1871-1936), Lugt 2576b.

New Hollstein 124: i/III.

$50,000

after Hieronymus Bosch

The Siege of the Elephant (The War Elephant).

c. 1561

15 11/16 x 21 inches

Etching & engraving

traditionally said to be after a design by Bosch by Johannes and Lucas van Doetecum. New Hollstein 218:iii/V

$45,000

Rembrandt van Rijn

Landscape with Cottages and a Hay Barn: Oblong.

1641

5 1/8 x 12 5/8 inches

Etching & drypoint

New York private collection

New Hollstein 199

$140,000

Mesquita woodcut

Francisco de Goya

Si amanece; nos Vamos [When day breaks we will be off].

1799

8 3/8 x 5 7/8 inches

Etching, burnished aquatint and burin

. Plate 71 from Los Caprichos. Harris 106, first edition.

$15,000

Cochin etching & engraving

René Boyvin

A Muse playing a Viola.

5 5/8 x 9 3/16 inches

Engraving, after Luca Penni

Robert-Dumesnil 66.

$24,000

Rembrandt van Rijn

Portrait of Jan Cornelius Sylvius.

6 15/16 x 5 9/16 inches

Etching & engraving

New Hollstein 124: i/III.

$50,000

after Hieronymus Bosch

The Siege of the Elephant (The War Elephant).

15 11/16 x 21 inches

Etching & engraving

traditionally said to be after a design by Bosch by Johannes and Lucas van Doetecum. New Hollstein 218:iii/V

$45,000

Rembrandt van Rijn

Landscape with Cottages and a Hay Barn: Oblong.

5 1/8 x 12 5/8 inches

Etching & drypoint

New Hollstein 199

$140,000

Francisco de Goya

Si amanece; nos Vamos [When day breaks we will be off].

8 3/8 x 5 7/8 inches

Etching, burnished aquatint and burin

. Plate 71 from Los Caprichos. Harris 106, first edition.

$15,000