5052 - 5316 FINE ARTS - 16th-19th CENTURY DRAWINGS, WATERCOLOURS and PAINTINGS
- White spot in sky area. = With collector's mark of J.F. Bianchi on verso (Lugt 3761).
- Foxing or duststains on the right part. = SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CVII.
- Laid down on mount.
= Dated and artist identified in top margin in contemp. hand. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CVI.
Cherubini, L. (1st half 19th cent.). (Landscape with the entrance gate to a castle). Drawing, brush and brown ink, 11x7,9 cm., 1821, signed on verso "L. Cherubini 1821".
- Mounted on paper mount along margins.
= Artist also identified (with date) in contemp. hand in top margin of mount.
= With orig. (dam.) photograph of the drawing with on verso a handwritten certificate of authenticy by H.P. Bremmer, dated The Hague,1942. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CVIII.
- Two closed tears; one crease; drawing cut-out and laid down on mount; yellowed.
= Nice composition of three watercolours. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CVIII.
- Laid down on board (by the artist?); vague oblique scratch (hardly visible).
= Shows a group of mourning people walking towards a newly dug grave (burials in the church were permitted until approx. 1830). SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CVII.
= SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CIX.
Chasselet, Ch.A. (1782-1843) (attrib.). (A man pushed towards the edge of a cliff by two soldiers in a mountainous landscape, a lake in the background). Drawing, brush and brown wash, 19x12,9 cm., laid down on mount.
= Attribution in 19th cent. hand on mount.
- Varnished sl. yellowed. = SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CIX.
- On laid paper w. lower part of watermark "D&C B" in escutcheon; recto yellowed in outer margins from former passepartout; leaf sl. cut short (sl. affecting colour drawings).
- Sl. foxed in margins. Otherwise fine.
= Title supplied on verso of drawing (vaguely visible) and on modern ticket on back of frame. Very attractive and refined drawing in the style of Redouté.
= I.a. signed "W. Keijenberg Jr". Also incl. fruit.
- Yellowed; some vague creases in lower margin.
- (Finger)soiled, mainly in margins.
= With a subsidiary drawing of a dog in lower left corner. Attribution in sl. later hand in pen and ink in lower margin to "Semolai" (i.e. Giovanni Battista Franco). Provenance: collector's mark of Mathias Polakovits in lower right corner (Lugt 3561). SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CIX.
- Both margins formerly trifle frayed (restored).
= Verso w. prob. contemp. annot. "D.A. Füger 1774". SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CX.
- Fine copy.
= The coats of arms depicted represent bailiffs and reeves etc. in function between 1300-1737.
AND over 35 others, incl. 3 (small) heraldic drawings (i.a. "Vis Unita Fortior" (18th cent. drawing incorporating 4 crowned coats of arms w. lions and eagles, pen and brown ink and grey wash, 29x28 cm. and a nicely drawn coat of arms of Delft) and ±35 prints (various sizes) showing elaborate coats of arms, partly (cut out) from 18th cent. wallmaps (i.a. Schieland and Utrecht/ Woerden(?)).
= SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CX.
- Yellowed/ foxed. Binding worn. = Vicaire IV, p.220.
- Remnants of album backing on verso; strengthened along margins on verso; remains of former passepartout in left margin recto; some staining in margins, esp. in upper margin.
= With annot. on verso stating provenance as "From coll of Sr A. Wiste + Barnaro Grimi" and sold on 29 September 1992 by Mak (lot no.5). SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CVII.
- Formerly torn in two halves, but reattached and strengthened on verso; a few professionally repaired tears or flattened folds in upper magin; sm. brown stain in right margin; some vague foxing.
= SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CVI.