4817 - 5010 FINE ARTS - PHOTOGRAPHS
= SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE LXVII.
Idem. "Beijnesfabrieken Beverwijk". (Traverse track and assembly hall). Gelatin silver print, ±1949, 15,9x24,2 cm., typescript caption on mount, w. photographer's stamp on verso, tipped onto mount. Idem. "Beijnesfabrieken Beverwijk". (Exterior staircase leading towards the wash and cloakrooms of the metalwork hall). Gelatin silver print, ±1949, 17,4x24 cm., typescript caption on mount, w. the photographer's stamp on verso, tipped onto mount. - AND 4 others by the same: interior view of the wash and cloakroom and 3 panoramic views of the factory plant. - AND 3 aerial views of the factory.
= The family home was designed by the architect Piet Elling. Showing exterior and interior views including the residents in their daily activities.
AND 9 sm. photographs showing views of the same building and 2 larger gelatin silverprints showing the house at Bierweg 15, Blaricum (designed in 1952; 1 photo w. sl. dam. corner) and 4 smaller ones showing the "Ellinghof" in Coevorden (1952), all designed by the same.
= The interior design of the suite of C. van der Leeuw in the Carlton Hotel was designed by the architect Piet Elling and artist Bart van der Leck in 1949.
= Designed by the architect Ben Merkelbach in 1954 and Piet Elling as project managing architect.
= The building was designed by the architect Piet Elling. The colour schemes of the building were designed by Bart van der Leck.
= SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE LXVII.
Renes, D. (1912-2000). "Lettergieterij 'Amsterdam'" (Facade). Gelatin silverprint, 23,5x17,7 cm., w. typescript caption, w. the photographer's stamp on verso, tipped onto mount. - AND 3 other photographs of the same building: two interior views of the canteen by P.D. VAN DER POEL and another photograph of the facade further away by DICK RENES. - AND 2 photographs of the drawn floorplans.
= I.a. interior and exterior views of the sports hall. Photographers i.a. Gerrit Burg, A.C. van Wijk and C. Kramer.
= I.a. a few photos by A.W. Abstede, Waldo van Suchtelen, G. van Getten, but the vast majority without stamp or identification. All buildings were designed by bureau Elling, after the death of the namesake, i.a. by Klaas Visser. I.a. Audiocentrum in Hilversum, GAK buildings, private homes, water pump stations. The photographs show good examples of Dutch structuralist architecture in 1970's.
= Booklet with contact sheets for the building company J.P. van Eesteren. The building was designed in 1959 by the architect Piet Elling and was finished by members of his firm, Klaas Visser and A. van Gelderen and completed after his death. It was demolished in 2010. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE LXVIII.
Idem. (Districtspostkantoor Amsterdam). Six gelatin silver prints, ±1968, each ±30x23,5 cm. (sheet size), w.the photographer's stamp on verso.
- One w. rusty stains.
AND ±40 other smaller photographs showing various stages and details during the building proces of the "Districtspostkantoor", 1960-1968.
- All tipped onto mount on all corners.
= The building was designed by architect Ben Merkelbach.
= SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE LXVIII.
= SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE LXIX.
Idem. "Kon. Zwavelzuurfabriek v/h Ketjen N.v." (Factory installations). Gelatin silver print, 17,7x23,5 cm., w. the photographer's stamp on verso, tipped onto mount. - AND 1 other similar by the same.
= The buildings were designed by Ben Merkelbach, the laboratory building and the canteen were designed by Piet Elling.
= The building was designed by Piet Elling, the colour scheme of the canteen was designed by Bart van der Leck, a longtime collaborator of Elling.
AND 2 other photographs by the same, showing the staircase of the building and the laboratory itself.
= This building was designed by the architect Piet Elling, partner of the architect bureau Merkelbach and Elling.
= Buildings designed by architects B. Merkelbach and P. Elling in 1953-1954. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE LXIX.
= Buildings designed by architects B. Merkelbach and P. Elling in 1953-1954.
- Most of the unmounted photographs have rubbed spots.
= With a typewritten list of the mounted views. The building complex for the Watertransportmaatschappij Rijn-Kennemerland (WRK) in Jutfaas was designed by the architect Piet Elling of the firm Merkelbach and Elling. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE LXX.