5381 - 5728 FINE ARTS - 16th-19th CENTURY DRAWINGS, WATERCOLOURS and PAINTINGS
- With a grid in pen and ink (used for copying); sm. hole in upper part; sl. soiled.
= One putto has been traced in pencil on verso by a later hand
= SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE LXXXVI.
- Laid down on mount; sl. soiled.
= With on verso the collector's marks of K.E. von Liphart (Lugt 1678) and his grandson Reinhold von Liphart (Lugt 1758) and an unread partly erased collector's mark. With a later attribution to J.B. Weenix in pencil.
- Soiled; corners cut off; trimmed w. loss of image.
= Probably a study for an equestrian portrait. With a very dubious attribution "A van Dyck" below
AND MOUNTED ON VERSO: an anonymous drawing, showing the Rape of Europa, in brush and red ink.
- Sl. foxed/ (dust)soiled. = Provenance: Tremmel Sale 282, Ketterer 2003. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE LXXXV.
- Tipped onto mount in the corners.
= Somewhat in the style of Jean Antoine Watteau. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE LXXXVI.
- Laid down on mount.
= With the collection mark "Vente Troyon" (Lugt 2407), sale of the collection of the French painter Constant Troyon on recto. And the collector's mark of Albert van Loock (Lugt 3751) on verso. With an attribution on verso to Nicolas Poussin, but more in the style of his brother-in-law Gaspard Dughet, but the paper appears to be 18th century. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE LXXXVI.
- Sl. foxed. = On paper with crowned watermark and "D & C Blauw" (Churchill 329).
- Vaguely foxed; verso traces of former mounting in upper margin. = SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE LXXXVI.
= Slightly reminiscent of Abraham Genoels.
AND 1 other drawing, showing a view of an Italian town near a ruinous castle.
- Sl. foxed/ soiled. = Verso w. the collector's stamp of Albert van Loock (Lugt 3751).
- Central horizontal fold; formerly tipped on mount, w. paper remnants on verso and repaired section in upper right corner.
= Perhaps Demeter and her daughter Persephone. On laid paper with coat of arms with a fleur-de-lis and monogram WR and a separate monogram HV.
- Corners dam.; a few tears; some scratching and soiling.
= Verso w. annot. in pencil "van der Werf"
AND 1 other.
- Two old vertical middle-folds; partly foxed.
AND 1 other anonymous 18th cent. black and white chalk drawing of a forest.
- With pinholes along the drawn lines, used for copying (?).
= With a different underdrawing in silver pen showing the bust of a man in profile. The kneeling figure on the handle on top shows a great similarity with the figure on the handle on the famous can by Adam van Vianen. Perhaps intended as a caricature of the auricular style. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE LXXXVII.
- Brown stain affecting image; some foxing, especially in upper left corner (affecting image).
= SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE LXXXVII.
- Laid down on mount; bronwed/ sl. foxed.
= Collector's mark of Marquis C. de Valori (1820-1883) (Lugt 2500) in lower right corner.