5839 - 6022 FINE ARTS - 16th-19th CENTURY DRAWINGS, WATERCOLOURS and PAINTINGS
- Trifle foxed. = SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE XCIII.
- Verso with sellotape along upper blank margin.
- Two drawings with folds; one trifle frayed/ yellowed.
= P. Overduin, Adrianus Eversen 1818-1897. Schilder van stads- en dorpsgezichten p.266.
Craeyvanger, G. (1810-1895). (A hunter with his horse and gun dog). Drawing, pen and ink and grey wash, 15x17 cm., monogrammed.
- Trifle spotted. = Title and attribution on verso.
Idem (attrib.). (Streetview with many trees, two haycarts and three figures). Drawing, pencil and some brown wash, 19x25 cm., under passepartout.
- Trifle spotted. = Partly detailed sketch. With attribution (i.a. "uit familiebezit") on passepartout.
- Thin spot in upper right corner; sm. tear in upper margin; a few stains.
AND a contemp. anonymous watercolour and pen drawing (16,6x25,5 cm.).
= With the stamp "Jean-Louis Forain. Coll. Ambroise Vollard" on verso.
- With 2 sm. closed holes and a closed tear in left part; yellowed.
= Provenance: Exhibition Gabriël (1828-1903) colorist van de Haagse School (Dordrechts Museum, 1998). With the poster of the exhibition added. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE XCIII.
- Occas. sl. frayed/ yellowed/ faded.
= Coat of arms of Dutch families, i.a. Van der Aa, Alewijn, Andreae, Bax and Den Beer Poortugael.
AND ±100 heraldic prints (incl. duplicates), i.a. from J.B. RIETSTAP, Wapenboek van den Nederlandschen adel (Gron., 1883/ 1887).
- Marginal tears; sl. browned; duststains.
- Trifle foxed.
= Landscape drawing with soldiers encamped near the Walloon town Binche during the Franco-Dutch War (1672-1678). SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE XCIV.
- Mounted along outer margins; sl. yellowed. = SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE XCIV.
- Trifle foxed; mount sl. foxed and partly sl. dustsoiled.
= Landscape with houses (incl. a country manor) near the dunes.
- Slight overall foxing; some traces of silverfish activity in centre of lower border and in circular border around psalm in lower right corner.
= Beautiful calligraphed drawing by Toornenburgh, who is chiefly known as architectural draughtsman, but who was also a very gifted calligrapher. The eulogy on Haarlem especially praises the city for the invention of printing by Laurens Janszoon Coster, who was still considered by many Dutchmen to have a justified claim to fame for this invention at the time. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE XCVI.
- Waterstain in lower part.
AND 1 drawing by J.A. MONDT.
- Sl. browned/ vaguely foxed. Verso paper tape along outer margins and soiled.
= SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE XCV.