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68 5939 Hervier L A  1818 1879 68 5939 Hervier L A 1818 1879
68/5939 Hervier, L.A. (1818-1879). (Landscape with a horse-drawn cart and two working men along a river (Asnières?)). Drawing, pencil and watercolour, 14x12,5 cm., signed [?] and titled "Asnières"(?) in pencil, framed.
€ (150-250) 150
68 5940 Heurn C van 1767 1808  attrib  68 5940 Heurn C van 1767 1808 attrib
68/5940 Heurn, C. van (1767-1808) (attrib.). (Mountainous landcape with a house next to a river). Drawing, grey wash, 35x47,5 cm., tipped onto mount.
€ (60-80) 110
68 5941 Hoorn J  1753 1833 68 5941 Hoorn J 1753 1833
68/5941 Hoorn, J. (1753-1833). "Aan de vel-moolen aan de Beek." Drawing, sepia and bistre, 21,5x25,3 cm., verso signed "J. Hoorn ft. 1787" and titled.

- Sl. foxed, tipped onto mount. = SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE XCV.

€ (300-400) 1700
68 5942 Hove B J van 1790 1880 68 5942 Hove B J van 1790 1880
68/5942 Hove, B.J. van (1790-1880). (View on a church in The Hague). Draawing, pencil and watercolour, 18x20,8 cm., signed "B.J. van Hove" in lower left corner.
€ (100-150) 100
68 5943 Hoynck van Papendrecht J  1858 1933 68 5943 Hoynck van Papendrecht J 1858 1933
68/5943 Hoynck van Papendrecht, J. (1858-1933). "Bruine huzaar Pruissen". Drawing, grey and colour pencil, 20x14 cm., monogrammed "JHv.P." (twice: 1x almost erased) and titled in grey pencil.

- On sketchbook(?) leaf tipped onto paper mount and w. a few sm. tears in left blank margin; trifle spotted.

€ (80-100) 100
68 5944 Huygens F L  1802 1887 68 5944 Huygens F L 1802 1887
68/5944 Huygens, F.L. (1802-1887). (Landscape with two figures and a dog, a town in the distance). Watercolour, 19,3x33 cm., signed "F. L. Huygens ft" in pen and ink, tipped onto contemp. paper mount w. pencil and grey wash border.

- Trifle foxed; tipped on mount along upper margin.

€ (100-150) 120
68 5945 Israels J  1824 1911 68 5945 Israels J 1824 1911
68/5945 Israels, J. (1824-1911). (Study for Eve and the snake). Drawing, black crayon, 48x31,5 cm., monogrammed.

= SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE XCVI.

€ (300-400)
68 5946 Italy Naples  Anonymous 19th cent  68 5946 Italy Naples Anonymous 19th cent
68/5946 [Italy. Naples]. Anonymous (19th cent.). "Napoli 1852". Gouache on board(?), 42,5x54 cm., framed.

= Attractive view. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE XCVI.

€ (300-500) 350
68 5947 Jansz  P  1602 1672  attrib 68 5947 Jansz P 1602 1672 attrib
68/5947 Jansz., P. (1602-1672) (attrib). (The banishment of Hagar). Drawing, pen and sepia, 19,7x15,5 cm.

- Partially browned (stains); sm. closed hole in upper left corner; thin sections in upper margrin; paper trifle creased.

= With a watermark showing "VI" in the centre. With a copy of a letter by Werner Sumowski with the attribution to Jansz. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE XCVIII.

€ (1.200-1.500)
68 5948 Jelgerhuis R  1729 1806 68 5948 Jelgerhuis R 1729 1806
68/5948 Jelgerhuis, R. (1729-1806). (Portrait of a large Dutch family). Drawing, pastel crayon, 35x43 cm., vaguely signed and "1797" (?) and numb. "3035" in pencil, paper laid down on contemp. panel, framed.

- Waterst. near lower edge; worn spots near upper edge.

€ (150-250) 1400
68 5949 Kok J M  1720 1771 68 5949 Kok J M 1720 1771
68/5949 Kok, J.M. (1720-1771). (The resurrection of Christ). Drawing, brush, ink and watercolour, 42,2x25,2 cm., signed "Jan Matthias Cok na de Jacob de Witt" in pen and ink on verso.

- Waterstained; creases; paper remnants on verso; tears in left edge.

€ (60-80) 120
68 5950 Konijnenburg W A van 1868 1943 68 5950 Konijnenburg W A van 1868 1943
68/5950 Konijnenburg, W.A. van (1868-1943). "Maatschappy 'Caecilia' Opgericht 1841." Drawing, pen and brush and black ink and pencil, heightened w. some white paint, 15,5x15,7 cm., monogrammed, on stiff paper (varnish/ glue[?] traces). - AND 3 other pencil studies by the same, i.a. 2x of horsemen.
€ (80-100)
68 5951 Koster E  1817 1892 68 5951 Koster E 1817 1892
68/5951 Koster, E. (1817-1892). (Boats on a river, a city (Dordrecht?) in the background, two draughtsmen seated on a fallen tree trunk in the foreground drawing the scenery). Drawing, pencil, 27x41 cm., signed "E. Koster ft" in lower left corner.

- Yellowed; trifle/ sl. foxed and w. some sm. marginal (water)stains (some of the affected spots professionally strengthened on verso w. Japanese); later pencil annot. in upper right corner.

€ (100-150) 230
68 5952 Krämer Bannow E  early 20th cent  68 5952 Krämer Bannow E early 20th cent
68/5952 Krämer-Bannow, E. (early 20th cent.). "Tänzerin von Truk Central-Karolinen. Fregattvogel-Tanz". "Mädchen von Truk Central-Karolinen." Two watercolours, 28x19 cm. and 24x18 cm., both signed "E. Krämer" in lower right corner and both titled in pencil on verso.

- With later "door Lise Krämer" in ballpoint on verso; first drawing sl. foxed.

= Elisabeth Krämer-Bannow (1874-1950), author of Bei kunstsinnigen Kannibalen der Südsee (1916), was one of the few female anthropologists of the early 20th century.

€ (70-90) 400
68 5953 La Fargue van Nieuwland I L  1726 1805  style of 68 5953 La Fargue van Nieuwland I L 1726 1805 style of
68/5953 La Fargue van Nieuwland, I.L. (1726-1805) (style of). (Frederik Hendrik(?) on horseback leading his troops, a walled city in the background). Drawing, watercolour heightened with gold, 36,5x48,5 cm., framed.

= With text in watercolour in lower margin: "T is Frederik vol van Moet Bij Felle Oorlogs-Brand. Geen vuur nog staat ontziet. Tot Heÿl Van t' Vaderland." and with "Strÿd en Ooverwind" in a banner in the sky. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE XCVII.

€ (500-700)
68 5954 La Fargue van Nieuwland I L  1726 1805  style of 68 5954 La Fargue van Nieuwland I L 1726 1805 style of
68/5954 La Fargue van Nieuwland, I.L. (1726-1805) (style of). (Prince Willem V with his sons surrounded by a group of noblemen in the "Oudeiense Kamer"). Drawing, watercolour heightened with gold, 36,5x48 cm., framed.

- Sl. dam. along margins in upper corners. Frame sl. dam.

= Shows Fredric William I writing "Got help mynen Zoonen 29" on a piece of paper and another sheet with the text "Brave Ik moet van: U PV Oianie". Cf. F.M. 5294, with slight differences in the text and cf. Atlas van Stolk 5181 (with sl. differences in text and image). SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE XCVII.

€ (500-700) 500
68 5955 Lastman P P  1583 1633  after 68 5955 Lastman P P 1583 1633 after
68/5955 Lastman, P.P. (1583-1633) (after). (Adoration of the Magi). Drawing, black and white crayon, 42,8x61,5 cm., w. illegible signature in lower right corner and "P. Lastman", on 18th cent. blueish paper.

- Old folds; sl. browned/ worn. = SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE XCVIII.

€ (200-300) 275
68 5956 Lauters P  1806 1875 68 5956 Lauters P 1806 1875
68/5956 Lauters, P. (1806-1875). (Fallen treetrunk). Drawing, pencil, 29,5x40 cm., signed and "9 Jan. 1846. No. 21".

- Some marginal tears/ chips and creases.

€ (80-100) 80
68 5957 Leen W van 1753 1825 68 5957 Leen W van 1753 1825
68 5957 Leen W van 1753 1825 68 5957 Leen W van 1753 1825
68/5957 Leen, W. van (1753-1825). (Still life with various flowers in a vase). Drawing, pen and black ink and watercolour, 14x11 cm.

- Cut on/ just outside the borderline.

Idem. (Sketch of a vase with flowers). Drawing, pencil and brown wash, 13,6x9 cm., monogrammed "VL ft." in lower left corner, upper right corner mounted. - AND 2 etched still lifes by the same (signed and monogrammed in the plate).

€ (100-150) 700
68 5958 Leyden L van 1489 or 1494 1533  after 68 5958 Leyden L van 1489 or 1494 1533 after
68/5958 Leyden, L. van (1489 or 1494-1533) (after). Jesus Christ as Salvator Mundi, the Apostles and the Holy Virgin with Child. Fourteen drawings by an anonymous artist, pen and bown ink, first half 17th cent., each ±11,5x7,5 cm., monogrammmed "L", on 17th cent. paper w. crowned double-headed eagle watermark, bound together in 19th cent. blindstamped dec. calf by J. SCHAVYE, Brussels.

- Upper joint sl. weak; a few scratches on front and back cover.

= Very delicately copied after of 13 (of 14) engravings from the series Christ and the Apostles (New Hollstein 86-98) (lacks the apostle Saint Matthias) and after the engraving showing the Holy Virgin and Child (New Hollstein 81). According to an annotation on first free endpaper, from the collection of Alphonse Willems, bibliographer of the Elzevier publishers. WITH a loosely inserted engraving by LUCAS VAN LEYDEN of the apostle St. John (trimmed to/ on the borderline, New Hollstein 90). SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE XCVIII.

€ (600-800) 900