4817 - 5010 FINE ARTS - PHOTOGRAPHS
- Two mounts sl. dustsoiled and w. (partly) removed ticket over photographer's address.
- Mount sl. foxed and w. sm. stain and dog ear.
= Nice view looking through the railway bridge with numerous workmen posing, some standing on top of the bridge's roof. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE LXXVII.
AND 6 others similar by the same, of similar size: "Brug in de Spoorweg over de Maas te Rotterdam. 1877", "Poort No 1 in den Spoorwegdam op Feijenoord. (Stalen bovenbouw)", "Poort No 2 in den Spoorwegdam op Feijenoord. (Stalen bovenbouw)" (mount sl. soiled/ foxed, large dog ear), "Locomotievenloods en Werkplaats (voorzijde) te Fijenoord", "Locomotievenloods (achterzijde) te Fijenoord. 1877" and "Havenwerken Fijenoord Juni 1875" (3 mounts w. the photographer's address scratched away).
- Duststains in the image.
AND a collotype by J.G. HAMETER, showing the Spoorweghaven in 1876.
= Maan '82, p.12; Maan '06, p.29.
= Signed and numb. "I/III" in pencil and with the photographer's copyright stamp on verso passepartout.
Boonstra, R. (b.1942). (Still life with a overflowing glass of yoghurt inside a cardboard box). Tinted photograph, 40x50 cm.
= With accomp. catalogue. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE LXXVIII.
- A fine copy.
= I.a. views of Amsterdam, Berlin, the Caucasus, Finland, Jerusalem, New York, The Niagara Falls, Paris, Sarajevo, Utah, Volendam and num. unidentified (European) settings. Also incl. a few humorous scenes and hunting scenes.
= Mainly views of buildings, i.a. the Mauritshuis (Amst., A Jager). Some photographers: J. Meeusen, A.O. Reelick and I.G. Happel.
AND ±40 similar photographs of The Hague (±1900).
= Mostly photographs of Scheveningen and people enjoying a day at the beach (a few in traditional clothing). Including a nice photograph of the Dunne Bierkade.
= Large group portrait of representatives of the World Evangelical Alliance, founded in 1846. The portrait was taken on the 6th general conference in 1873 in New York.
ADDED: Monogrammist "DA" or "AD" (19th cent.). (Etretat, Normandy). Mounted albumen print, ±1860, 23,3x30,8 cm., blindstamp monogram "DA" or "AD" on mount below image.