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68 5979 Muyden E L van 1853 1922 68 5979 Muyden E L van 1853 1922
68/5979 Muyden, E.L. van (1853-1922). "Un enlévement". Drawing consisting of a cartoon strip of 4 cartoons one below the other, pen and black ink on thick, stiff paper, together 27x21,5 cm., monogrammed "E.V.M.", titled and "[..?] de E Van Muyden" in pencil on verso.

- Trifle foxed; remnants of small ticket in corner of lower cartoon; sm. pinholes in blank margins.

= A small wedding procession led by a trumpet player, with a bride looking none too happy, the woman behind her stepping on the bride's veil, causing a row between the groom and the party members. The bride takes her chance and elopes with the trumpeter.

€ (300-500)
68 5980 Neuhuys A J A  1844 1914  attrib  68 5980 Neuhuys A J A 1844 1914 attrib
68/5980 Neuhuys, A.J.A. (1844-1914) (attrib.). (Woman seen from behind, doing needlework). Drawing, charcoal and some grey wash, 37,2x24,3 cm. (some soiling). - AND 2 other etchings and 6 charcoal drawings attributed to the same, i.a. (Interior with a child and a woman doing needlework) and (Man feeding a small child).
€ (150-250) 150
68 5981 Oosterbaan J Jz  G A  1832 1893 68 5981 Oosterbaan J Jz G A 1832 1893
68 5981 Oosterbaan J Jz  G A  1832 1893 68 5981 Oosterbaan J Jz G A 1832 1893
68 5981 Oosterbaan J Jz  G A  1832 1893 68 5981 Oosterbaan J Jz G A 1832 1893
68 5981 Oosterbaan J Jz  G A  1832 1893 68 5981 Oosterbaan J Jz G A 1832 1893
68 5981 Oosterbaan J Jz  G A  1832 1893 68 5981 Oosterbaan J Jz G A 1832 1893
68/5981 Oosterbaan J.Jz., G.A. (1832-1893). "Studie werkjes." Sketchbook containing over 30 drawings on 30 lvs., pen and ink and grey (and brown) wash/ pencil, 1x watercolour, the ms. title-p. signed in pen and brown ink, one drawing monogrammed in pen and black ink, orig. hcalf, obl. 4to (21x27 cm.).

- The first 5 lvs. w. oblique fold through middle of leaf and w. very vague waterstain; sl. dampstained in inner margin; one landscape drawing lacking sm. portion in lower margin; some spotting/ sl. staining throughout; upper hinge weak. Binding worn/ dam.

= Contains 10 detailed landscapes/ village views/ farmhouses (5x identified in pencil on verso), 17 detailed figure studies/ portraits and some smaller (detailed) sketches (i.a. cows). The views i.a. "Buiten de Leidschepoort op het Leidenburgerpad", "Aan den Amstel bij de Rijnspoorweg", "Aan de Sloterweg (achter het huis de Waag)" and "Aan de Straatweg te Midlum boven Harlingen". SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE C.

€ (800-1.000) 800
68 5982 Oosterbaan G A  1832 1893 68 5982 Oosterbaan G A 1832 1893
68/5982 Oosterbaan, G.A. (1832-1893). (A young girl and her doll). Pencil and watercolour, 17,5x16 cm., under passepartout.

- Sl. yellowed and foxed.

€ (70-90)
68 5983 Oosterhoudt D van 1756 1830 68 5983 Oosterhoudt D van 1756 1830
68/5983 Oosterhoudt, D. van (1756-1830). (Donkey and two sheep at a fence in a river landscape). Drawing, brush and brown and grey wash, 22,5x18,7 cm., monogrammed "DvO".

- A few sm. stains and rubbed spots.

€ (50-70) 120
68 5984 Oosterhuis H P  1784 1854 68 5984 Oosterhuis H P 1784 1854
68/5984 Oosterhuis, H.P. (1784-1854). "Vrede zij met u mijne Zoonen!". Drawing, brush, pen and ink, 9x9,5 cm., signed in pen and ink.

- Pinkish stain in lower right corner, just touching the image.

€ (50-70) 60
68 5985 Parrocel P  1670 1739 68 5985 Parrocel P 1670 1739
68/5985 Parrocel, P. (1670-1739). Deux putti jouant, l'un accoudé sur un cousin, l'autre à demi allongé a terre. Drawing, black and white crayon, ±13,7x18,5 cm., framed.

- Sl. foxed/ browned.

€ (250-350) 275
68 5986 Pee T van 1668/69 1746 68 5986 Pee T van 1668/69 1746
68/5986 Pee, T. van (1668/69-1746). (Woman with a birdcage, pots and other tableware). Oil on panel, 38x29 cm., monogrammed "T.V.P." in lower right corner, framed.

- Revarnished; sl. craquelure all over; a few sm. imperfections to the surface (varnish) in lower left corner.

= SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CI.

€ (1.500-2.500)
68 5987 Pieterzon G  18th cent  68 5987 Pieterzon G 18th cent
68/5987 Pieterzon, G. (18th cent.). (Bust of a classical young woman). Drawing, red-brown crayon, framing line, 7,6x10,3 cm., signed "G. Pieterzon deling(?)", dated "17 6/10 63" and "No. 118".

- Tipped onto (contemp.) paper along upper margin. = Verso w. the beginning of another drawing.

AND an anonymous late 18th(?) cent. profile portrait of a boy (charcoal, 12x10 cm.).

€ (50-70) 70
68 5988 Ranitz S M S de 1846 1916 68 5988 Ranitz S M S de 1846 1916
68/5988 Ranitz, S.M.S. de (1846-1916). (Dune landscape with female figure). Watercolour, 21,5x31 cm., signed "De Ranitz" in lower left margin, tipped onto mount along margins.

- A few brown spots in the sky.

€ (200-300) 200
68 5989 Ravenswaay J van 1789 1869 68 5989 Ravenswaay J van 1789 1869
68/5989 Ravenswaay, J. van (1789-1869). (Mill near Voorthuizen). Drawing, watercolour and brush and brown ink, 23x34,6 cm., signed "J.v Ravenswaay fecit" in pen and brown ink, laid down on mount.

- Browned/ foxed.

€ (200-300) 350
68 5990 Rembrandt van Rijn 1606 1669  school of 68 5990 Rembrandt van Rijn 1606 1669 school of
68/5990 Rembrandt van Rijn (1606-1669) (school of). (Rest on the flight to Egypt). Drawing, pen and black ink, ±1650, 14,8x18,8 cm., with "Rembrandt" in later hand in lower right corner.

- Probably doubled; sm. brownish stains in upper left corner; outer margins strengthened w. paper on verso.

= With a watermark showing the Paschal lamb (cf. Hinterding p.332-333). With the collector's mark of P. Crozat (Lugt 474) in lower right corner recto. With a copy of a letter by Werner Sumowski, identifying the artist as 'school of Rembrandt'. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CI.

€ (1.000-1.500) 1000
68 5991 Robida A  1848 1926 68 5991 Robida A 1848 1926
68/5991 Robida, A. (1848-1926). (French streetscene). Drawing, pencil and watercolour, 24,5x19,5 cm., signed in pen and ink in lower left corner, nicely framed.

= With autograph dedication "à Monsieur G. Leclerq".

€ (100-150) 130
68 5992 Roelofs W  1822 1897 68 5992 Roelofs W 1822 1897
68/5992 Roelofs, W. (1822-1897). (Meadow with cows). Large drawing, black crayon, 47x76 cm., signed in lower left corner, framed.

- Browned. = Nice drawing deserving a restoration.

€ (200-300) 325
68 5993 Ronner Knip H  1821 1909 68 5993 Ronner Knip H 1821 1909
68 5993 Ronner Knip H  1821 1909 68 5993 Ronner Knip H 1821 1909
68/5993 Ronner-Knip, H. (1821-1909). (Farmyard with barns, people at work in one barn). Drawing, pencil, 27x41 cm., monogrammed (later) "HR" and "Vught 1836" in pen and ink (sl. yellowed).

= SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CII.

Idem. (Farmyard with playing child). Drawing, pencil, 25x36 cm., monogrammed (later) "HR" and "Vught 1836".

- Yellowed/ spotted; lower left blank corner sl. dam.

€ (300-500)
68 5994 Ruisdael S van 1602 1670  attrib  68 5994 Ruisdael S van 1602 1670 attrib
68/5994 Ruisdael, S. van (1602-1670) (attrib.). (Trees at the waterside). Drawing, pencil, 16,5x20,6 cm., with (possibly later) monogram "J.R." in lower left corner.

- A few sm. brown stains; sm. closed hole in upper right corner; cut on/ just outside the borderline.

= With part of a watermark showing a large crown. Provenance: Bassenge, May 1997. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CII.

€ (1.400-1.600) 1400
68 5995 Rust J A  1828 1915 68 5995 Rust J A 1828 1915
68/5995 Rust, J.A. (1828-1915). "Edam". Drawing, watercolour and pencil, 13,8x38 cm., titled and signed in lower corners, laid down on board.

- Yellowed and some (damp)stains in the sky area.

= Nice view of boats in the harbour and at sea on a calm day.

€ (100-150)
68 5996 Rutgers A  1632 1699 68 5996 Rutgers A 1632 1699
68 5996 Rutgers A  1632 1699 68 5996 Rutgers A 1632 1699
68 5996 Rutgers A  1632 1699 68 5996 Rutgers A 1632 1699
68 5996 Rutgers A  1632 1699 68 5996 Rutgers A 1632 1699
68 5996 Rutgers A  1632 1699 68 5996 Rutgers A 1632 1699
68 5996 Rutgers A  1632 1699 68 5996 Rutgers A 1632 1699
68 5996 Rutgers A  1632 1699 68 5996 Rutgers A 1632 1699
68 5996 Rutgers A  1632 1699 68 5996 Rutgers A 1632 1699
68 5996 Rutgers A  1632 1699 68 5996 Rutgers A 1632 1699
68 5996 Rutgers A  1632 1699 68 5996 Rutgers A 1632 1699
68 5996 Rutgers A  1632 1699 68 5996 Rutgers A 1632 1699
68 5996 Rutgers A  1632 1699 68 5996 Rutgers A 1632 1699
68 5996 Rutgers A  1632 1699 68 5996 Rutgers A 1632 1699
68 5996 Rutgers A  1632 1699 68 5996 Rutgers A 1632 1699
68 5996 Rutgers A  1632 1699 68 5996 Rutgers A 1632 1699
68/5996 Rutgers, A. (1632-1699). Collection of 130 drawings, mostly (pencil and) pen and brown ink (and brown wash, occas. heightened w. grey pencil), occas. red chalk or grey pencil, sizes between ±6,5x10 cm. and ±14x20 cm. (the greater part ±10x20 cm.), loosely inserted in two contemp. vellum albums w. green ties, obl. (sm.) 4to.

= An extraordinarily rich collection of drawings by Abraham Rutgers, a prolific and skillful amateur draughtsman who earned his living as a textile merchant, and whose drawings are notable for at least two reasons according to B. Broos: their strong emphasis on well defined lines that lead to the vanishing point and their topographical specificity (Broos, Rembrandt en tekenaars uit zijn omgeving p.195). As is known from a collection of drawings by Rutgers which is kept in the Museum Mr. Simon van Gijn in Dordrecht, Rutgers divided his drawings into three different types: "Principale" (after nature), "Inventive" (the artist's own invention) and "Copijen" (copies after drawings and etchings by other artists). Rutgers found great inspiration in the drawings of his fellow artist Jacob Esselens and in the etched work of Allart van Everdingen: 43 drawings in this collection are copies of etchings by Van Everdingen, often altered slightly, with original additions to/ extensions of the image at left and/ or right margin, or on a different scale. About eight drawings show (the surroundings of) an unidentified (existing?) walled town with a castle and a church on a broad river (Mosel? Rhine?) in a vast, hilly but also partly flat landscape. There are several other (mountainous) landscape views (occasionally with travellers), a Dutch river view with many mills, and approximately eight views of most probably the river Vecht. Rutgers also travelled abroad: four drawings of the village of Tonbridge (in Kent) are included, each titled on verso: "Tombrits van de hoogte in Engelant", "Tombrits van d'and Zyde int Dorp", "Tombrits noch van een ander Seyde", as well as a view of "S'gravesend Van de hoogte" (Gravesend, also in Kent), and a view of the outer walls of "Winsor Castel". Two drawings show buildings on an unidentified (Dutch) estate(?), titled by the artist on verso "t'groot huys inde Tuyn" and "t'klyn huijs inde Tuyn genaamt de Loots". Another drawing shows the garden wall of the same premises from the outside, bordering on a river. He also drew "T'huys in portenge [= Portengen, in the Vechtstreek] het ploegie van binnen" and a view of "Aernhem" (both also titled on verso by the artist), and made a sweet drawing of a cat named Piet titled on verso by the artist: "Piet slaapt bijt Vier [= bij 't vuur] op 27 Xber [October] 85 getekent AR", making this the only drawing in the collection bearing the draughtman's monogram. SEE ILLUSTRATIONS ON FRONTCOVER and PLATE CIII.

****** SOLD FOR € 420.000 ******

€ (60.000-80.000) 420000
68 5997 Ruyten J M  1813 1881 68 5997 Ruyten J M 1813 1881
68/5997 Ruyten, J.M. (1813-1881). "Gorcum". Drawing, pencil, 18,5x12 cm., monogrammed "JmR. fc" and titled. - AND 8 other small pencil drawings/ sketches by the same (±8x6 cm.), all monogrammed. - AND a rental contract for a house (Paardenmarkt 96, Antwerpen) in the property of Jean Michel Ruyten, signed by the owner and the tenant (Victor Michaux).
€ (70-90)
68 5998 Sandby P  ±1730 1807 68 5998 Sandby P ±1730 1807
68/5998 Sandby, P. (±1730-1807). "Ponder Magazine Hyde Park". Drawing, pencil, pen and ink (a few details), 23,5x53 cm., titled in pencil, "by P. Sandby" in pencil on recto and "by Sandby" in pencil on verso.

= With manuscript annotation in pencil on verso: "Bought from Leigh, Sotheby & Wilkinson's Sale 20 July 1833 (? Wellesley's Collection)". Sandby also created a series of prints on the encampments in Hyde Park.

€ (150-250) 170