3411 - 4507 FINE ARTS - MODERN ART. PRINTS, DRAWINGS, WATERCOLOURS and PAINTINGS
- Small ticket numb. "49" in lower right corner. Sl. (dust)soiled; narrow waterstain in right blank margin.
= Henri Breetvelt worked for the Aardewerkfabriek Zuid-Holland (1900-1902), the Société Céramique (1902-1906) and Porceleinfabriek De Kroon (1906-1909). He was artistically in charge at De Kroon, but then started his own atelier in The Hague and finally worked again for Zuid-Holland from 1916 to 1923. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE VIII.
= Not in Geffroy.
- A few sm. marginal tears w. two larger tears in upper margin; yellowed.
= Only state, edition of 100 prints. From the portfolio Paysages de Paris (1902). Barthel 11.6; not in Geffroy.
= Provenance: Galerie Lelong, Paris. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE VIII.
= Provenance: Galerie Lelong, Paris.
- Some creasing/ soiling, especially in blank margins.
AND 2 col. silkscreens by H. VERKERK and J. ZEKVELD.
- Paper in lower right corner chafed on verso.
= Le Roy 179. Extraordinary bird's eye view of the church and surroundings.
= Wrapped in the original flimsie of La Gravure Originale Belge, Volume 3, (1926). LeRoy 139.
= Copy from the library of the artist, with his bookplate on first free endpaper.
AND 1 other: C. BAUDELAIRE, Le vin. Cinq poëmes choisis dans Les Fleurs du Mal (Amst., Vijf Ponden Pers, 1943, 6 etchings by J. BIERUMA OOSTING, printed in 55 copies, orig. wr.).
= Date supplied on verso of frame.
= Sold for the benefit of the Geschiedkundige Vereniging Oranje Nassau.