Jurjens Fine Art

Amsterdam

Jurjens Fine Art deals in high quality drawings and 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. We are proud to be a member of the IFPDA and CSEDT, a recognition of the outstanding quality of our artworks and service. 

 All works 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 print are available on request. 

Rembrandt Ven Rijn, Christ and the Woman from Samaria, at the Ruins, 1634. Etching and engraving. 12.4 x 10.8 cm (plate); c. 12.9 x 11.3 (sheet). Signed and dated upper right: Rembrandt. f. 1634. Ref. Bartsch 71; NHD 78 II (V). Courtesy Jurjens Fine Art.

Artists presented at the Paris Print Fair

ALBRECHT ALTDORFER
HANS SEBALD BEHAM
RODOLPHE BRESDIN
DOMENICO CAMPAGNOLA
FRANÇOIS COLLIGNON
ALBRECHT DÜRER
HENDRICK GOLTZIUS
HENDRICK GOUDT
DANIEL HOPFER
CLAUDE LORRAIN
REMBRANDT VAN RIJN
HERMAN VAN SWANEVELT

Information

Bankastraat 21-4
Amsterdam 1094 EA
The Netherlands
+31 6 57 55 57 34
info@jurjens-fine-art.com

Albrecht Dürer, The Visitation, 1503. Sheet 9 from the Life of the Virgin, 1503-05. A proof impression. Woodcut. 30.0 x 21.1 cm (sheet); 29.9 x 21.0 cm (plate). Monogrammed lower center: AD (intertwined). Ref. Meder 196 I (III/g); Schoch/Mende/Scherbaum 174 I (III/g). Courtesy Jurjens Fine Art.

Monogrammist I♀V, after Giulio Romano. Triumph of Amphitrite, c. 1540-45. Etching and engraving. 29.5 x 46.5 cm. Monogram in image, lower right: “I♀V”. Ref. Bartsch/TIB 3; Jenkins 2017, Cat. No. 12. Courtesy Jurjens Fine Art.