'Baron Denon instructing the artist in the technique of polyautography', Apollo, c. 1811-1818, EFAF 2015 Paper, Emanuel von Baeyer, Engraving, Harriet Cheney, Hendrick Goltzius, Polyautograph in dark brown
Hendrick Goltzius (Mulbrecht near Venlo 1558-1617 Haarlem), Apollo. Engraving, 26.4 x 34.9 cm, 1588. Emanuel von Baeyer (stand 703) – TEFAF 2015 Paper (13-22 March 2015)
Apollo with his stylized elegance is one of the highlights of the artist’s so-called ‘Spranger period’. A magnificent impression printed on a full sheet, in untouched condition. One of the finest impression known of this print.
Literature: B. 141; Holl. 131; S. 263, first state of two.
Harriet Cheney (1771 – 1848), ‘Baron Denon instructing the artist in the technique of polyautography’. Polyautograph in dark brown. Inscribed in brown ink ‘Mrs Cheney & Mr Denon’ 13.7 x 17.8 cm, c. 1811-1818. Emanuel von Baeyer (stand 703) – TEFAF 2015 Paper (13-22 March 2015)
Emanuel von Baeyer. European drawings, rare prints and selected paintings from the fifteenth to the early twentieth century. Artist autographs. Contemporary art.
Emanuel von Baeyer London was founded in 1998 and has since been firmly established as a leading representative of the younger generation of old master dealers. His clientele includes older and younger generations of private collectors, art historians and museum curators from institutions around the world. He is now widely recognized as an innovative dealer within his field and has published numerous specialist sales catalogues.
Emanuel von Baeyer regularly participates in the London Original Print Fair, Frieze Masters London, Master Drawings Week in London and New York, IFPDA Print Fair New York, Antiquarian Booksellers Associations (ABA), and at TEFAF, Maastricht. He is also a member of the International Fine Print Dealers Association (IFPDA) and the International League of Antiquarian Booksellers (ILAB), as well as an executive committee member of The Society of London Art Dealers (SLAD) and a member of the TEFAF Young Dealers Committee (YDC). He has held exhibitions in various galleries in Munich, Berlin and New York.