6089 - 6356 FINE ARTS - 16th-19th CENTURY DRAWINGS, WATERCOLOURS and PAINTINGS
- (Water)stained, fingersoiled and sl. worn.
= Formerly bound as a booklet (all w. stitching holes at one side). Nice, sl. naive drawings by a heraldry enthousiast. Contains the coats of arms of i.a. Namur, Zeeland, Alkmaar, Brabant, Henegouwen, Amsterdam, Zutphen, Groningen, Haarlem and Mechelen.
- Sightly dustsoiled; nevetheless a fine sketch.
- Yellowed; sl. foxed; doubled. = Cf. New Hollstein 394.
- Remargined; paper partly restored; several folds and vague creases; sl. soiled; wormhole. = Cf. New Hollstein 256.
- Partly repaired split on fold.
= Almost identical size of the print by Goltzius (New Hollstein 158). On thick (18th cent.?) laid paper with watermark with 3 crescent moons.
- Browned; surface damage along margins; a few whitish stains and some darkening in the sky area. Extended margins. Sold w.a.f.
= Interesting drawing, with extensive information (by Remmert Daalder), stating i.a. that the ship flying the American flag on the right is probably the American merchant frigate "Harriet of Georgetown". This identification is based on a print of a ship with that name that Groenewegen published in 1793 and which shows a very similar frigate carrying the name "Harriet of Georgetown" on its stern. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CIX.
Idem. (A 'kof' and several barges at anchor on a quiet sea). Watercolour and pen and grey ink, 32,5x48,7 cm., signed and dated "G. Groenewegen 1792" on verso.
- Browned; surface damage along margins; a few whitish stains and darkening in the sky area and margins; lower left corner creased and strengthened on verso. Extended margins. Sold w.a.f.
= Apart from the Dutch barges to the right, it also shows a large naval war frigate to the left flying the French marine flag, which was adopted in 1790.
- Trifle foxed in outer right margin.'
= Landscape with houses (incl. a country manor) near the dunes, location unidentified.
= After the print by Charles H. Hodges after A. Perkois.
Pluckx, J.A. (1786-1837) (?). "Mimmi Het mooie marmotte meisje op de Amsterdamsche kermis 1857". Drawing, watercolour, 11x11 cm., signed (?), "Pluckx" in pencil on the mount, tipped onto mount.
= Further annotation on the mount "Dit kind was een dochtertje van Fransche Kermisreizigers die er met een kunstglastentje op de Botermarkt stond".
AND 1 other small drawing.
- Somewhat dustsoiled/ stained.
= Hayez moved to Napoli in 1814 for a commission by Joachim Murat, then king of Naples.
- Mounted on cardboard; a few foxed spots.
- Sl. browned.
- A few dustspecks.
- Unevenly browned; sl. frayed; rubbed/ chafed spots in lower right corner.
= Meticulously drawn.
- Lower right corner sl. worn (affecting signature stamp).
= Dated in the artist's hand "Haarlem 11 April 82" in upper right corner.
AND 2 other drawings by the same, both fishing boats at sea (both pencil and black crayon, heightened w. white, both w. signature[?] "H. Hulk" in lower right corner).
- Sl. foxed.
= Pen drawing unfinished. With the collector's mark of Van Eekelen (Lugt 5101) and with extensive annotation regarding its provenance on mount. After the etching by Anthoni Waterloo.
- Trifle foxed; three corners sl. weak/ dam. and restored on verso.
- Yellowed; a few vague foxed spots.
= With the collector's mark of Albert van Loock on verso (Lugt 3751).