5590 - 5932 FINE ARTS - 16th-19th CENTURY DRAWINGS, WATERCOLOURS and PAINTINGS
- Vague brownish stain in left part; a few foxed spots; upper corners sl. worn.
= Possibly by Jean Grandjean or Daniel Dupré. On paper showing large "JH & Z" watermark (Jan Honig en Zonen). With the collector's mark of Albert van Loock on verso (Lugt 3751). SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CXII.
- 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.
- Folds in ample margins; sl. dustsoiled. = With contemp. annot. in black ink on verso.
- Foxed; cut on the borderline on left side. = With attribution to Jean-Baptiste Oudry on verso.
- Trifle frayed/ creased; 2 folds; a few foxed spots; a few vague waterstains.
= On paper w. "D & C Blauw" watermark.
- Lacks part of both upper corners; sl. foxed; sm. hole in lower right corner.
= On laid paper showing a watermark resembling a fleur-de-lis.
- Doubled; trifle soiled.
- Foxed and w. brown stains; w. vertical central fold, splitting in upper part; a few close tears.
= With double watermark showing a fleur-de-lis within a circle and a shield with (unread name) and "Fabriano".
AND 1 other 17th century drawing, probably a counterproof or Abklatsch, of a family having an outside meal.
- Lacks sm. portion of lower right corner in blank margin; cut near right edge; a few marginal tears; 2 central folds and a few vague creases.
- Heavily traced for copying the composition (w. chalk on verso); sl. frayed; sl. soiled, w. a brownish stain in upper left corner.
= Annotation on recto and verso: "Copie de" (recto) and "P.P. Montana" (?)" and "año-1785 (or 86)" in black chalk on verso.
= On laid thick paper with a vague underdrawing in black chalk.
= Flowers and a bird.
- A few vague unobtrusive scratches in the sky area. = SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CXIII.
= Probably French school.
- Soiled and outer edges frayed and creased. = On very thin laid paper.
AND 2 other drawings, i.a. a sm. 19th cent. drawing of a fig.
= With attribution to L.F. de Larue on verso. On paper showing upper part of a crowned watermark.