6089 - 6356 FINE ARTS - 16th-19th CENTURY DRAWINGS, WATERCOLOURS and PAINTINGS
- Trifle soiled; 2 oblique folds.
- Closed tear in lower margin; horizontal fold; tiny pinhole; some sellotape remnants on verso; sl. soiled.
- Browned; weak spots w. sm. holes; two stains.
= Perhaps surroundings of Aalbert Cuyp or Jan van Goyen. On blue laid paper without watermark. With a small sketch of a face on verso. With the collector's mark "Verzameling Haentjens Dekker" on verso (not in Lugt).
- Left corners tipped onto mount; greenish (oxidaton?) stains in lower margin; lower right corner sl. dam.
= Verso w. attrib. to R. DE HOOGHE. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CII.
- Small hole in centre; yellowed.
= With attribution to J. Ribera in pen and black ink on recto and verso.
- Some dark (foxed) stains.
= With attribution to Jacob Coninck I (±1616-1708) on mount. Provenance: the collection of D.A. Hoogendijk, Amst. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CIII.
- Some (vague) oblique folds; browned; a few sm. stains.
- A few small marginal tears. = On paper w. "Dreiberg in Kreis" watermark.
- Sl. foxed/ (dust)soiled. = Provenance: Tremmel Sale 282, Ketterer 2003.
- Professionally cleaned.
- Doubled w. Japanese; some vague foxed spots; flattened vertical fold in centre.
= With an unidenfied circular watermark showing a border filled with circles.
= Perhaps a design for a devotional sculpture or home altar. With part of manuscript on verso.
Anonymous (17th cent., German). (Christ bleeding from the Cross, with putti catching his blood). Drawing, pen / brush and ink, 13,5x13,7 cm.
- Sl. soiled.
= With manuscript text above and below, i.a. "Am Sontag quasimodogeniti" (First Sunday after Easter). Perhaps copied after a print.
AND 4 other drawings w. Christian theme, 18th-19th cent., perhaps one by FRANCESCO FUSI.
- Soiled and w. waterstain near upper edge.
Anonymous (17th cent., French school). (Two figures). Two drawings, black chalk and pen and brown ink, both 23,5x16,5 cm. (leaf).
- On thin laid paper, probably oiled(?), 1x w. closed tear.
= Both with modern attribution to Charles Le Brun, probably his surroundings. Both with the collector's marks of Alfred II Beurdeley (Lugt 421) (1847-1919) and Carlo Lucido (Lugt 3269).
AND 9 other (sm.) drawings, mostly 18th/ 19th cent., i.a. a sketch for a portrait.
- Chafed spots (nibbled by silverfish?) along attached parts; vertical fold in centre; dustsoiled.
= Large allegorical scene with manuscript texts on shields, i.a. "Moed. Trouw. Beleid". With manuscript text below: "De waarheid vertrapt" and "al haar doen scheen voor het algemeen, maar het was voor hun alleen."
- Laid down on paper mount along left margin.
- Ink trifle faded; sl. yellowed; a few vague foxed spots; tiny closed tear in outer margin; tiny closed hole in upper right part.
= Possibly St. Francis.
= With the collector's mark of Mathias Polakovits (Lugt 3561).
= In the syle of Abraham de Haen or Cornelis Pronk.
AND 4 other (early) 19th cent. drawings, two views of houses/ manor and a walled river town and a farm called Croonenburg (probably from the Zaanstreek).
= On laid paper with watermark of Pierre Montgolfier, dated 1742.
AND 6 others, mostly counterprints of drawings, mostly 18th cent.
- Folds in ample margins; sl. dustsoiled. = With contemp. annot. in black ink on verso.