4874 - 4977 FINE ARTS - VARIA, COMMERCIAL ART, PAPER, PICTURE POSTCARDS, POSTERS etc.
- Lacks the month December. Otherwise fine.
= "Januari/ Winters stilte omhult lentes geboorte", "Februari/ Met stem van storm breekt winter heen", "Maart/ Belofte van prille bloei maakt winters lasten licht", "April/ Een geur van vruchtbaarheid wekt het land", "Mei/ De sprong der lente verjongt de aarde", "Juni/ Bloesems sprookje gaat henen, doch jonge vrucht zwelt", "Juli/ Zon te zamelen is zomers taak", "Augustus/ Verzadigd rust het land in bloeien", "September/ Zomers dood doet oogsten", "October/ Najaars donkere stem maant tot inkeer", "November/ Winters tucht sterkt de daad".
AND a SENEFELDER KALENDER for 1948 (6 leaves, each w. col. ill. by H. MOERKERK. Fine and complete).
- Sl. soiled in right margin.
AND 1 other col. lithograph by M.H. NEDERBURGH.
= Contains cards by Van Houten's Cacao; Korff's Cacao; Dobbelmann zeepfabrikanten; Drop uit de blikken trommel, Hoek & Co.; Anijsmelk-koekjes en Slemp-tabletten and Blooker's Cacao.
= All designs for the nautical/ rowing club Societé Royale Reunion Nautique de Vilvorde, i.a. menu-cards and trademarks.
- Sl. soiled.
AND 12 others, partly mounted together on 1 leaf.
- Covers of album sl. rubbed and duststained.
= Rich collection, w. 8 lvs. w. explanatory text in typescript (Dutch).
= The small oval scene shows a heart in small sailing vessel and one heart with wings flying away. This oval scene is flanked by two birds, a crown above and the allegorical figure of Fortuna below, surrounded by flowering plants. The figure of Fortune is often combined with a ship or sailing over water. So probably an allusion to a lost love or a deceased love.
AND 2 handcol. engr. holy pictures, 18th cent., showing Carolus Borromeus and B. Petrus á Charitate.
- Apart from a few tiny imperfections in very fine condition. = SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE LXXXIX.
- One silhouette w. dam./ missing parts; occas. loosening from mount.
= Very delicate paper cuttings, mostly scenes from fairy tales.
- A few dam. spots but portrait fine; trifle soiled.
Idem. Birthday paper cutting, pen and brown ink, signed "Justus van Maurik. Anno 1756", 18,6x18,4 cm., consisting of a large rectangle w. the title, 2 circles w. illegible writing and 2 sm. squares w. "anno 1756", under a tree without leaves and 2 birds holding a cut out sun w. partly illegible writings and the name of the author and date, loosely laid on contemp. black paper, 28,2x20,3 cm.
- A few small parts lacking (i.a. a bird's head and a sun) and a few sm. damages; sl. soiled.
= On Justus van Maurik see Verhave/ Verhave, Schaar-Kunst (1983), p.48/49.; Verhave/ Verhave, Geknipt! (2008), p.187.
- A few (unobtrusive) grease spots.
= The Chemin d'Honneur was a late 19th and early 20th cent. French medal of honor granted for various acts.
= Collection cut for the wedding of Engel Dekker (1748-1812) and Maria Huisinga (1749-1770). The smaller ones with the names of family members, larger ones with names of the bride and groom and words "Bruidegom" and "Bruid".
- Covers sl. rubbed; spine-ends and corners worn/ sl. dam. = Churchill 194. Attractively bound album.
- Most lvs. foxed and w. creases. Binding worn.
- Formerly folded into eight; sm. burn hole; gilding partly worn away. = Haemmerle 226.
- Waterstained in lower margin; two sm. tears in lower margin, sl. affecting image; sm. closed tear in upper outer right corner of image.
= Haemmerle 173 (the right-hand half only); Heijbroek/ Greven 41. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE LXXXIX.
= Interesting 19th cent. variant of 18th cent. brocade paper, the scenes showing various professions, i.a. a baker, a smith, a bookseller and a carpenter.
- Mostly in fine condition (a few marginal defects).
= Mainly marbled, relief (i.a. faux leather), silver and suedine paper.