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5340 - 5610     FINE ARTS - 16th-19th CENTURY DRAWINGS, WATERCOLOURS and PAINTINGS

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69 5580 Springer C  1817 1891  attrib  69 5580 Springer C 1817 1891 attrib
69/5580 Springer, C. (1817-1891) (attrib.). "Stadhuis te Kampen". Drawing, pencil, 43,5x34,5 cm., titled and w. "C. Springer" in lower margin.

- Sl. yellowed/ thumbed/ frayed.

€ (200-300) 200
69 5581 Staring W C  1847 1916 69 5581 Staring W C 1847 1916
69/5581 Staring, W.C. (1847-1916) (Horsedrawn carriage riding out of a gate). Drawing, pen/ brush and brown ink, brown wash, 25x20,8 cm., signed "Willem Staring Aug 64".

- Upper corners rounded; sm. pin holes in lower corners.

€ (80-100) 80
69 5582 Steenfeldt J E  1799 1861 69 5582 Steenfeldt J E 1799 1861
69/5582 Steenfeldt, J.E. (1799-1861). (Four seashells). Drawing, gouache, 8x22,5 cm., signed in pen and ink in lower right corner, tipped onto contemp. paper mount.

- Trifle foxed (mount sl. foxed).

= Exquisite drawing with almost microscopic detail. The self-taught Johannes Eilert Steenfeldt undoubtedly made this drawing of shells in the collection of Prince Christian of Denmark (King Christian VIII between 1839 and 1848), who had appointed him to draw the shells in his natural historical collection for a catalogue which was never (entirely) published. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CXXIX.

€ (300-500) 1000
69 5583 Stoel C  1859 1908 69 5583 Stoel C 1859 1908
69/5583 Stoel, C. (1859-1908). (Wallflowers). Watercolour, 27,5x41,8 cm., signed "Chr Stoel" and "12 Mei 1905" in red watercolour.

- A few foxed specks.

€ (80-100) 80
69 5584 Storck A  ±1635 ±1710  attrib  69 5584 Storck A ±1635 ±1710 attrib
69/5584 Storck, A. (±1635-±1710) (attrib.). (Manned vessels in a harbour). Pencildrawing ON VELLUM, 14,5x19,4 cm.

- A few tiny brown specks. = Attribution "A. Stork" on verso. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CXXX.

€ (600-800) 750
69 5585 Strij J van 1756 1815 69 5585 Strij J van 1756 1815
69/5585 Strij, J. van (1756-1815). (A seated woman). Drawing, pencil, framing line in black ink, 28x23,1 cm., signed "J. van Stry" in pen and ink.

- Foxed spots.

= With a watermark showing the letters "CR" and a coat of arms with a horn.

€ (100-150)
69 5586 Stroebel J A B  1821 1905 69 5586 Stroebel J A B 1821 1905
69 5586 Stroebel J A B  1821 1905 69 5586 Stroebel J A B 1821 1905
69/5586 Stroebel, J.A.B. (1821-1905). (The hall of a 17th century home with a richly laid table, a woman polishing a glass next to it, a man carrying a dish down the stairs, people conversing in the vestibule). Drawing, pen and brown ink and watercolour on wove paper, 31x27,5 cm., signed "Stroebel ft 51" in lower right corner. - AND a 19th cent. watercolour of a beggar (22,5x30,5 cm., signature unread, verso mount "get. op de teekenclub St. Lucas A'dam").
€ (100-150) 210
69 5587 Tavenier H  1734 1807 69 5587 Tavenier H 1734 1807
69/5587 Tavenier, H. (1734-1807). "d Raampoort te Haarlem". Drawing, pen and ink and brush and watercolour, 12,2x18,6 cm., signed, titled and dated "1789" on verso in pen and ink.

- Small stain in water below the mill shining through from verso; sm. dam. spot in outer left margin. Otherwise fine.

AND 1 other drawing of the same gate (a 19th cent. copy in pen and ink and grey wash, after the print by W. NIEUWHOFF. Tear in lower margin of image; sl. yellowed).

€ (120-150)
69 5588 Thiersch L  1825 1909 69 5588 Thiersch L 1825 1909
69/5588 Thiersch, L. (1825-1909). (A seated adolescent boy). Drawing, pencil, 21x17 cm., monogrammed "L. Th. del.", "29 Juli 1865" and "München". - AND 6 drawings by the same (various sizes, 1x signed).
€ (100-150) 100
69 5589 Thiersch L  1825 1909 69 5589 Thiersch L 1825 1909
69/5589 Thiersch, L. (1825-1909). (Street scene with children and women, soldiers in the background). Drawing, pencil, black chalk and white wash, 28,2x22 cm., signed, "1847" and "Zilka".

- Browned; a few creases along extremities.

AND 2 similar by the same.

€ (100-150)
69 5590 Thiersch L  1825 1909 69 5590 Thiersch L 1825 1909
69/5590 Thiersch, L. (1825-1909). Lot of 17 drawings, pencil, 1867-1868, various small sizes, mostly w. "L.Th", the year and the name of the original artist below the image.

= Studies after drawings in the Alte Pinakothek by i.a. Rubens, Jordaens, Giorgione and Rembrandt.

€ (100-150) 100
69 5591 Tiggelaar W  19th cent  69 5591 Tiggelaar W 19th cent
69 5591 Tiggelaar W  19th cent  69 5591 Tiggelaar W 19th cent
69/5591 Tiggelaar, W. (19th cent.). (People standing on a boat). (People standing next to a boat). Two drawings, black ink and grey wash, both ±15x20 cm., 1x signed "W. Tiggelaar", both left edge mounted to thick paper mount.

- One drawing w. large fold.

€ (60-80)
69 5592 Transformation prints  Anonymous early 19th cent  69 5592 Transformation prints Anonymous early 19th cent
69 5592 Transformation prints  Anonymous early 19th cent  69 5592 Transformation prints Anonymous early 19th cent
69/5592 [Transformation prints]. Anonymous (early 19th cent.). "Bruidegom en Bruid. Echtelieden". Drawing, pen and brown ink, 9x10,5 cm., on very thin wove paper.

- Sl. foxed/ creased.

= Shows the head of a man and a woman, smiling as groom and bride, but, when turned upside down, looking rather unhappy as married couple.

€ (70-90) 70
69 5593 Trompe l'oeil  Anonymous early 18th cent  69 5593 Trompe l'oeil Anonymous early 18th cent
69/5593 [Trompe l'oeil]. Anonymous (early 18th cent.). (Trompe l'oeil showing a circular drawing and eight calligraphed documents). Drawing, pen and black ink, grey wash and pencil, 38x48,5 cm., on laid paper.

- Browned; a few tiny holes in left margin.

= On paper with 'C&I Honig' watermark. Cf. Churchill 408.

€ (150-250) 300
69 5594 Trompe l'oeil  Anonymous late 18th cent  69 5594 Trompe l'oeil Anonymous late 18th cent
69 5594 Trompe l'oeil  Anonymous late 18th cent  69 5594 Trompe l'oeil Anonymous late 18th cent
69/5594 [Trompe l'oeil]. Anonymous (late 18th cent.). Two trompe l'oeils with various (calligraphed) leaves, two drawings, pen and black, brown and colour ink and some watercolour, 36x43/ 33,5x43 cm.

- Both lvs. w. (large) tears in margins/ corners, repaired w. scotch tape on verso; one leaf w. replaced portion of upper corner sl. affecting drawing; some soiling/ sl. staining.

= Both drawings w. the various leaves against the background of a sheet of decorated paper and w. large central calligraphed leaf reading "Godt en Niemand Meer te Vreezen (...)"/ "Godts Zeegen (...)", both texts nicely 'finished' by a large drawn maniculus holding a quill; furthermore w. some calligraphed edifying texts, a sheet of music, some drawings (i.a. on chintz paper and 1x showing an ice-skating man, and 1x "Overmase Buyt[..?]"), two playing cards, and on one drawing a leaf of the "Rotterdamsche [Courant?]" "Ao. 1791". SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CXXX.

€ (150-250) 300
69 5595 Trompe l'oeil  Anonymous early 19th cent  69 5595 Trompe l'oeil Anonymous early 19th cent
69/5595 [Trompe l'oeil]. Anonymous (early 19th cent.). (Composition with nineteen calligraphed or drawn leaves). Drawing, watercolour, pen/ brush and black ink, 36x47 cm.

- A few closed tears/ sm. holes; thumbed.

= Shows overlapping drawings, playing cards and other documents, i.a. "Korte Kronyk. Beginnende met de Jaare 1700" and "Oprechten Haagschen Almanack".

€ (120-150) 375
69 5596 Trompe l'oeil  Anonymous early 19th cent  69 5596 Trompe l'oeil Anonymous early 19th cent
69/5596 [Trompe l'oeil]. Anonymous (early 19th cent.). "De Gocheltas van Momus". Drawing, watercolour, black pen and pencil, 33x24,7 cm., w. (probably later) signature "D.F. Robart(?)".

- Upper edge mounted to thick modern paper; surface dam. by silverfish.

€ (80-100) 80
69 5597 Trompe l'oeil  Cate H G ten 1803 1856 69 5597 Trompe l'oeil Cate H G ten 1803 1856
69/5597 [Trompe l'oeil]. Cate, H.G. ten (1803-1856). (Trompe l'oeil with Chinese characters and deer). Drawing, watercolour and grey wash, 21,3x15 cm., (vaguely) signed.

- Tiny tear in right edge.

€ (100-150) 210
69 5598 Trompe l'oeil  Monogrammist 'JPB' 1st half 19th cent  69 5598 Trompe l'oeil Monogrammist 'JPB' 1st half 19th cent
69/5598 [Trompe l'oeil]. Monogrammist "JPB" (1st half 19th cent.). Trompe l'oeil with various miscellaneous printed leaves, drawing, ±1815, pen and black and brown ink on wove paper, elaborate border, 38x50 cm.

- Dam./ strengthened in corners; sl. stained/ foxed.

= Nicely drawn trompe l'oeil with 11 leaves, i.a. a central calligraphic sheet reading "Reunissez toujours l'utile à L agréable"), sheetmusic ("[Mu]sique (...) de Grélry [sic: Grétry]"), a crowned monogram "KW" (Koning Willem I?), the portrait of a 17th cent. aristocrat, a chart showing "[De have]n van Brest", an unfilled cheque w. French text and w. the monogram "JPB" and a calligraphic card w. only that monogram, and a copy of the "['s-G]ravenhaagsche Courant", no. 122 of 5 October.

€ (50-70) 100
69 5599 Velde J van de 1593 1641  after 69 5599 Velde J van de 1593 1641 after
69/5599 Velde, J. van de (1593-1641) (after). (Landscape with a church tower). Drawing, pencil and vague red pencil, 10x18,7 cm., framing line in pencil.

= With a red pencil sketch and the collector's mark of Van Eekelen on verso (Lugt 5101).

€ (350-450) 350