Adriaen Van Ostade "Slaughtering the Pig; Pig Killers" Etching
Adriaen Van Ostade (1610-1685) etching, circa 1647(Godefry 41, Bartsch 41), 8th state (of 8). [signed in the plate] In very good condition, with (small) margins all around, and clear impression, with traces of inky plate edges and wiping scratches still printing outside of the image on wove paper , later edition (late 18th Century ).
Here are some international Auction prices for this work:
OSTADE,ADRIAEN VAN
Pigkillers
11/19/87
192
Sold
B41;D41VIII;G41VIII
6313
OSTADE,ADRIAEN VAN
Pigkillers
07/01/87
2,164
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B41;G41;H41
109
OSTADE,ADRIAEN VAN
Pigkillers
06/17/87
1,976
Buy In
G41II/IV;H41II/IV;B41
166
OSTADE,ADRIAEN VAN
Pigkillers
06/11/87
1,450
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B41;D41IV;G41VI
85
OSTADE,ADRIAEN VAN
Pigkillers
04/16/87
437
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G41;H41VI;B41
82
Adrian van Ostade December 10, 1610 ? bur. May 2, 1685) was a Dutch genre painter and a gifted etcher-print-make.
He was the eldest son of Jan Hendricx Ostade, a weaver from the town of Ostade near Eindhoven. Although Adriaen and his brother Isaack were born in Haarlem, they adopted the name ?van Ostade? as painters.


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