4978 - 5172 FINE ARTS - 16th-19th CENTURY DRAWINGS, WATERCOLOURS and PAINTINGS
- Doubled; dam. on old folds.
= Intriguing and humorous drawing, apparently made on occasion of the marriage of a Scottish policeman and a German woman. The word "Welcome" is made with the use of cut-out poststamps rearranged to form the word.
= Neapolitan school.
- Both drawings with attribution to Augustus Allebé on verso of mount/ verso of drawing (second drawing); second drawing w. sm. annot. in pencil in lower corner recto.
= With part of a large unidentified collection's stamp in upper left corner.
Verlind, H. (late 19th cent.). (A 17th cent. officer holding a sword). Drawing, black chalk, 28,4x19,5 cm., signed. - AND 7 other drawings, i.a. 2 larger pencil drawings showing historical scenes of fighting knights.
= Designs for unknown purposes. The chairs are carved in the neogothic style.
= Attractive finished drawing with numerous manuscript numbers indicating the relative proportions of the order, and with manuscript "Theater van Marcellis tot Roome" written on the column.
= Art Nouveau ornamental designs, i.a. vegetal and animal. I.a. for ironworks, tiles etc.
- Foxed. = With collecor's mark of i.a. K.E. von Liphart (Lugt 1687) on verso.
- Upper left corner torn off (repaired); sl. foxed.
= Nice drawing on paper w. watermark A. & J. Hesslink (late 18th/ early 19th cent.).
AND 3 etchings of cows after P. POTTER.
= Provenance: the collection J.A. van Dongen.
= On paper with Amsterdam watermark (resembling Churchill 46). SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE XCIX.
= With grid lines, a preliminary sketch for a slightly larger watercolour, which was sold in February 2014 at auction house Osenat, Fontainebleau. Perhaps Daphnis and Chloe.
= Perhaps by Jacobus Bronkhuijzen, mayor of Rijnsburg.
- Vague dampstain in left margin.
= Old annotation in pencil on verso: "J. van Buren na A. Bloemaert".