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Spring Online Edition, May 14 - 28, 2021

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SARAH SAUVIN Gallery specializes in selected fine prints by old and modern masters from the 15th to the 20th century. We have participated in the main International Fine Art Print Fairs (London Original Print Fair, Salon international de l'Estampe at the Grand Palais in Paris, IFPDA Online Print Fair). We sell important prints to collectors and to museums and institutions all over the world (Art Institute of Chicago, National Gallery of Art in Washington, British Museum, Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam, Harvard Art Museum, Bibliothèque nationale de France, Fondation Custodia). To be kept informed about our new online listing of prints or new catalogue, please send us an email. We welcome customers by appointment in Paris.

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'Jean Chartier sitting in his studio', Jean Chartier

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The five following prints are some of the highlights of our booth, impressions of which only a few copies are known. 'Jean Chartier sitting in his studio' is the only impression that we know of to date. It comes from the collection of Robert-Dumesnil who wrote the catalogue of Jean Chartier’s prints. Our impression of Bresdin’s 'Adoration of the Magi' is the only known impression of this print, quoted by Dirk van Gelder in Bresdin’s catalogue raisonné. Luca Cambiaso’s 'Flagellation of Christ' is one of the rare known impressions of this surprisingly modern and powerful print. Among the prints listed further on in our booth, some are very rare and fine impressions of important prints, such as the impression of state III A (of VI) of 'Le Bouvier' by Claude Gellée, the very fine impression with wide margins of Goltzius’ 'Pietà', from Gabriel Cognacq‘s collection, or the impression of the first state of 'Lutte de cavaliers' by Odilon Redon, known through only one another impression. We are very pleased to present such remarkable impressions to you, among many other prints carefully selected for their subject, their quality of impression and condition. We hope that you will find as much pleasure in discovering these prints as we had in gathering them. HD pictures and full descriptions are also available on our website sarah-sauvin.com.

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Jean Chartier

Jean Chartier sitting in his studio

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18,5 x 14,3 cm

Engraving

Alexandre-Pierre-François Robert-Dumesnil (1778-1864), with his blind stamp printed bottom center (Lugt 2200).

Extremely rare impression. This is the only impression that we know of to date. Robert-Dumesnil undescribed, Andresen 4, Duplessis 3, IFF p. 215 (among prints of which no impression is kept at the BnF).

SOLD

Frans Floris (after)

Men and Women at a Bath

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19,7 x 24,8 cm

Engraving

Very rare impression of the first state with Hieronymus Cock’s address. Hollstein 98, Riggs no. 262, New Hollstein (Frans Floris) 162, 1st state (of 2).

$9,000

Albrecht Altdorfer

Saint Jerome Walking in a Churchyard

ca. 1512/1515

12,2 x 10,4 cm

Engraving

Very rare impression. Bartsch 22, Winzinger 121, New Hollstein e.24.

SOLD

Luca Cambiaso

The Flagellation of Christ

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31,7 x 24,7 cm

Woodcut

Very fine and extremely rare impression. Oberhuber 216.

$30,000

'The Fair at Impruneta', Jacques Callot

Rodolphe Bresdin

The Adoration of the Magi

4,3 x 8,1 cm

Etching

Paul Bresdin, son of Rodolphe. Sold by him in May 1929 to Pierre Alexandre Regnault (1868-1954), a Dutch industrialist (Lugt 2069a).

Only known impression of this print, quoted by Dirk van Gelder in his catalogue raisonné (cat. no. 3).

$5,500

'Le Bouvier' [The Cowherd], Claude Gellée

Jean Chartier

Jean Chartier sitting in his studio

18,5 x 14,3 cm

Engraving

Extremely rare impression. This is the only impression that we know of to date. Robert-Dumesnil undescribed, Andresen 4, Duplessis 3, IFF p. 215 (among prints of which no impression is kept at the BnF).

SOLD

Frans Floris (after)

Men and Women at a Bath

19,7 x 24,8 cm

Engraving

Very rare impression of the first state with Hieronymus Cock’s address. Hollstein 98, Riggs no. 262, New Hollstein (Frans Floris) 162, 1st state (of 2).

$9,000

Albrecht Altdorfer

Saint Jerome Walking in a Churchyard

12,2 x 10,4 cm

Engraving

Very rare impression. Bartsch 22, Winzinger 121, New Hollstein e.24.

SOLD

Luca Cambiaso

The Flagellation of Christ

31,7 x 24,7 cm

Woodcut

Very fine and extremely rare impression. Oberhuber 216.

$30,000

Rodolphe Bresdin

The Adoration of the Magi

4,3 x 8,1 cm

Etching

Only known impression of this print, quoted by Dirk van Gelder in his catalogue raisonné (cat. no. 3).

$5,500