5372 - 5561 PRINTS - 16th-19th CENTURY DRAWINGS, WATERCOLOURS AND PAINTINGS
= Titled and w. attribution on passepartout.
Idem (attrib.). (Dutch village landscape with a windmill). Drawing, brush and grey ink, 19,5x31 cm., under passepartout.
- Some foxed spots. = With attribution on passepartout.
AND 2 other drawings, attributed to the same.
- A few foxed spots.
= With manuscript "Lecrip"(?) in pen and ink on verso. Provenance: Unicorno collection.
- Paper trifle yellowed; a few foxed spots. = Provenance: Unicorno collection.
- Central vertical fold; sl. creased.
ADDED: 11 plates from the series "Afbeeldingen van oude bestaande gebouwen" (Amst., ±1880).
- Paper yellowed/ browned; one drawing paper brittle around edges
= Provenance: Unicorno collection. Both on paper with a watermark showing a fleur-de-lis and a crown. Both drawings show 2 coats of arms with the family name and a praying man and woman. The second drawing shows several coats of arms with manuscript town/ family names (i.a. "Thiel", "Vianen", "IJsselstein" and "Hammerstein").
= Nice and lively drawing showing the old town hall, replaced in 1926 by the present-day building, also showing some people on the marketplace.
Jansen, J. (19th cent.). "Raadhuis te Zundert." Drawing, pencil, 16x11 cm., signed "J. Jansen 1850" in pen and brown ink.
= This town hall was built in 1840 and is still in use.
AND 10 others, all but one drawings of buildings in Brabant, all places identified, 19th/ early 20th cent., i.a. "Instituut voor Doofstommen te Herlaar" (castle of Nieuw-Herlaar in Sint-Michielsgestel) (pen and brown ink and grey wash, 10x15 cm., 2nd half 19th cent.) and "Het Kasteel te Boksmer, in 1756 (Noord-Brabant)" and "'s Hertogen toren in het Land van Kuijck in 1739" (two pencil drawings monogrammed "F.A." and dated 1903/ 1904).
= SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE LXXXIX.
- Waterstain in upper margin/ right corner; sl. rubbed/ creased in lower margin.
= Nice scene with some people skating. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE LXXXIX.
- Browned/ foxed spots; sl. yellowed (mainly) in the sky; 2 badly retouched spots in the centre of the upper part.
= SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE XC.
- Small rubbed/ flaked spot in both right corners; tiny indented spot in upper centre.
- Titled[?] in pencil on verso: "No.9 lavoir" [= washing place].
AND 3 other watercolours in the same style and of approx. the same size, 1x monogrammed "A.H.": (A mill on a rock in the woods. Tiny flaked spot), 2x anonymous: (A watermill with two washing ladies in the foreground) (sl. waterstained and foxed) and (A waterfall in the woods) (sm. dam. spot).
- Some tiny foxed spots; blank margins sl. yellowed.
= Name and title supplied on verso in old (contemp.?) writing in pencil. Nice drawing of an elegant lady admiring herself in the mirror.
AND 8 pencil drawings by A. GREVIN, all with atelier stamp, i.a. a humorous café scene (18,8x13,5 cm.).
= SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE XC.
- Sm. dam. (0,5x1,5 cm.) in upper margin.
= "Horstink, Warnar ('Warnaar'); geb. Haarlem 1 november 1756, overl. Haarlem 2 november 1815. Woonde en werkte aldaar. Leerling van C. van Noorde en W. Hendriks. Tekenleraar; heeft weinig geschilderd, maar meer getekend, geaquarelleerd en enkele etsen vervaardigd." (Scheen).
- Partly browned and a few foxed spots.
- Sl. yellowed.
- A few sm. foxed spots. Otherwise fine and attractively framed. = SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE XCI.