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74 4806 Graeb C G A  1816 1884 74 4806 Graeb C G A 1816 1884
74/4806 Graeb, C.G.A. (1816-1884). (Trees next to a dry stone wall in Interlaken). Drawing, pencil, grey wash, 28,3x32 cm., signed "Carl Graeb" and "Interlaken".
€ (100-150)
74 4807 Graff J A  1637 1701  attrib  74 4807 Graff J A 1637 1701 attrib
74/4807 Graff, J.A. (1637-1701) (attrib.). Doge Alvise Mocenigo I Praying for the End of the Plague. Drawing after TINTORETTO, pen and ink, 22,8x34,5 cm., "Johan Andreas Graf del." in pen and ink on mount.- With a pencil grid; sl. fingersoiled.

= Graff was the husband of the artist Maria Sibylla Merian (divorced after 1684). With the collector's mark of Christian Hammer (Lugt 1238). The Tintoretto painting adorns the Sala del Collegio of the Doge's Palace in Venice. Graff worked in Venice between 1658 and 1660.AND a 19th cent. drawing of a medical scene w. attribution to "Heijdeck" in pencil on passepartout (perhaps Johannes Heydeck (1835-1910)), with the collector's mark of H. Haendcke (Lugt 1228a) on verso.

€ (120-150) 120
74 4808 Groenewegen G  1754 1826  attrib  74 4808 Groenewegen G 1754 1826 attrib
74/4808 Groenewegen, G. (1754-1826) (attrib.). (Two sailing vessels near the English coast). Drawing, pen and ink, grey wash, 25,1x37,8 cm.

- A few spots in sky area; sl. soiled; margin extended w. japanese along blank margin on verso.

= SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE LXXXV.

€ (1.500-2.000) 1600
74 4809 Grolman J P C  1841 1927 74 4809 Grolman J P C 1841 1927
74/4809 Grolman, J.P.C. (1841-1927). Onder den toren te Bolsward. Watercolour, 44x30,8 cm., signed "J.P.C. Grolman Fc." and (vaguely) "Bolsward".

- A few small (closed) tears in margins. Titled (by the artist?) on verso in pencil.

€ (50-70) 50
74 4810 Groux H de 1867 1930 74 4810 Groux H de 1867 1930
74/4810 Groux, H. de (1867-1930). (Portrait of a young woman). Drawing, black chalk, 11,4x8,5 cm., signed "Henry de Groux Aout 1886", w. an unread dedication.

- Laid down; sl. soiled.

€ (70-90) 70
74 4811 Gruyter Jr  W  1817 1880 74 4811 Gruyter Jr W 1817 1880
74/4811 Gruyter Jr., W. (1817-1880). (Several sailing vessels at a rough sea). Oil on panel,39,5x60 cm., monogrammed "W.G. jr" in lower right corner, gilt plastered frame.

- Some craquelure; frame a few sm. imperfections. = SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE LXXXVI.

€ (1.000-1.500) 1100
74 4812 Gruyter Jr  W  1817 1880 74 4812 Gruyter Jr W 1817 1880
74/4812 Gruyter Jr., W. (1817-1880). (Sailing ships and an approaching steamship on a windy day near the coast). Watercolour, 17x22,2 cm., signed "WGruyter" in lower right corner.

- Vague stain in upper right corner (from glue on verso). = SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE LXXXVI.

€ (200-300) 200
74 4813 Haarlem and surroundings  Anonymous 1st half 18th cent ? 74 4813 Haarlem and surroundings Anonymous 1st half 18th cent ?
74/4813 [Haarlem and surroundings]. Anonymous (1st half 18th cent.?). "Het Huis te Brederode bij Haarlem van binnen. A°.1662." Drawing, brush and grey wash, 32x23 cm., laid down on mount.

= View through the entrance gate of the ruins of Brederode castle. Title supplied on mount in pen and ink.

€ (250-350)
74 4814 Haarlem and surroundings  Barbiers Bz  P  1772 1837 74 4814 Haarlem and surroundings Barbiers Bz P 1772 1837
74/4814 [Haarlem and surroundings]. Barbiers Bz., P. (1772-1837). (Ruins of Brederode Castle). Drawing, black crayon, 31,6x42 cm., signed "P. Barbiers" in pen on verso and in lower corner of mount.

- Sm. stained spot in sky-area. Signature on mount vague (due to rubbing).

= SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE LXXXVII.

€ (500-700) 500
74 4815 Haarlem and surroundings  Buys C  1745 1826 74 4815 Haarlem and surroundings Buys C 1745 1826
74/4815 [Haarlem and surroundings]. Buys, C. (1745-1826). "De overbleijfsels van 't Huijs Bredenrode, buijten Haarlem, geteekend door Corn. Buijs naar 't leeven in 't Jaar 1783." Drawing, 33x51,7 cm., signed, titled and dated on verso.

= SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE LXXXVII.

€ (700-900) 750
74 4816 Haarlem and surroundings  Eymer A J  1803 1863  attrib  74 4816 Haarlem and surroundings Eymer A J 1803 1863 attrib
74/4816 [Haarlem and surroundings]. Eymer, A.J. (1803-1863) (attrib.). (Ruins of Brederode castle). Two sketches, pencil, 13x21 and 13x20,5 cm., each tipped onto mount.

- Both w. traces of glue in centre of sky area on recto.

= Both w. another drawing of verso: (A dune-scape) (pencil and watercolour) and (A tree) (pencil).

€ (60-80)
74 4817 Haarlem and surroundings  Kerkhoff D  1766 1831 74 4817 Haarlem and surroundings Kerkhoff D 1766 1831
74/4817 [Haarlem and surroundings]. Kerkhoff, D. (1766-1831). "Het kasteel te Brederode." Drawing, pen and brown ink, brush and grey wash, 34,7x46,3 cm., titled on verso (by the artist?).

= SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE LXXXVIII.

€ (1.500-2.500) 1500
74 4818 Haarlem and surroundings  Kerkhoff D  1766 1831  after 74 4818 Haarlem and surroundings Kerkhoff D 1766 1831 after
74/4818 [Haarlem and surroundings]. Kerkhoff, D. (1766-1831) (after). (View of the ruins of Brederode Castle and the adjacent farmhouse). Drawing, brush and grey wash, with some black crayon, 27x39,8 cm., monogrammed "R.B. 6/11 1834" in lower left corner, tipped onto mount, with "naar Kerkhof, Rd.Bl." in pencil on mount under the drawing.

= SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE LXXXVIII.

€ (300-500)
74 4819 Haarlem and surroundings  Lamberts G  1776 1850 74 4819 Haarlem and surroundings Lamberts G 1776 1850
74/4819 [Haarlem and surroundings]. Lamberts, G. (1776-1850). (The interior of the Grote or St. Bavo church in Haarlem). Drawing, brush and grey wash, 37x26,5 cm., monogrammed "G.L. 1823" in lower left corner, tipped onto the orig. mount with the artist's name in full in lower right corner.

= SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE LXXXIX.

€ (700-900) 2200
74 4820 Haarlem and surroundings  Milatz F A  1764 1808 74 4820 Haarlem and surroundings Milatz F A 1764 1808
74/4820 [Haarlem and surroundings]. Milatz, F.A. (1764-1808). "Bij de Hofstede Elswoud buijten Haarlem." Watercolour, 26,4x23,1 cm., signed "F.A. Milatz" and titled in pen and ink on verso.

- Waterstain in lower margin (mainly visible on verso). = SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE LXXXIX.

€ (600-800) 1400
74 4821 Haen A de 1707 1748  circle of 74 4821 Haen A de 1707 1748 circle of
74/4821 Haen, A. de (1707-1748) (circle of). "Nuwland 1732". Drawing, brush and grey wash, 13x19,7 cm. (incl. grey surrounding borders), titled and dated in grey margin below image.

= SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE LXXXIX.

€ (700-900)
74 4822 Henricus = H Jansen  1867 1921 74 4822 Henricus = H Jansen 1867 1921
74/4822 Henricus (= H. Jansen) (1867-1921). (Standing male nude). Drawing, black, yellow and white chalk, 55,5x30,5 cm., signed "Henricus" and "20-1-1903". Delvin, J.J. (1853-1922). (An artist drawing). Drawing, pencil, 19,5x14,4 cm., w. stamp "Atelier J. Delvin" in lower right corner.

- Yellowed; under simple passepartout.

AND 11 other drawings by i.a. J.J. DELVIN and A. GREVIN.

€ (100-150) 375
74 4823 Hoedt P L  1832 ±1893 74 4823 Hoedt P L 1832 ±1893
74/4823 Hoedt, P.L. (1832-±1893). (Classical scene of a maid pouring water for a man and a semi-nude woman seated in embrace under a tree). Drawing, pen and brown ink and grey wash, 4x7 cm., signed and "fec.49".
€ (70-90) 80
74 4824 Houel J  1735 1813 74 4824 Houel J 1735 1813
74/4824 Houel, J. (1735-1813). (Travellers at the base of a waterfall along the Tiber, ruins at the top). Drawing, black ink, brown wash, heightened w. white paint, 51x36,5 cm., w. manuscript caption below image (partly illegible), on blue paper, framed.

- Doubled; mounted on paper along outer margins on verso; four pinholes in outer corners; outer right blank corners lack portion.

= "Jean Pierre Louis Laurent Houel (1735-1813), a landscape painter and engraver, studied architecture in Rouen before travelling to Paris. (...). Through the Marquis de Marigny he was sent to the French Academy in Rome in 1768, and the following year made his first trip to Napels and Sicily in the entourage of the Marquis d'Havrincourt. After his return to Paris in 1772 he exhibited his Italian views, which were well enough received that he determined on a second trip to Sicily. This he made from 1776 to 1779, including in his investigations Malta and Lipari. Here he assumed the role of observer, artist, and naturalist, amassing copious notes on new material. Claude-Henri Watelet and the director-general of the Gobelins Manufacture, d'Angivillers, were helpful in making this second trip possible. To finance it, Houel sold drawings that he had made in Italy when he returned to France. Forty-six were purchased by the king, and over five hundred by Catherine II of Russia. At this time he determined to publish the material he had accumulated on the voyage. (...) Houel was one of the first French artists to discover the antique ruins still visible in Sicily." (Millard, French Books, 80, note). SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE XC.

€ (3.000-5.000)
74 4825 Houel J  1735 1813 74 4825 Houel J 1735 1813
74/4825 Houel, J. (1735-1813). (View of the temple of Sibyl and the caves of Neptune at Tivoli, travellers at the base of the waterfall). Drawing, black ink, brown wash, heightened w. white paint, 51x36,5 cm., w. manuscript caption below image (partly illegible), on blue paper, framed.

- Doubled; mounted on paper along outer margins on verso.

= "Jean Pierre Louis Laurent Houel (1735-1813), a landscape painter and engraver, studied architecture in Rouen before travelling to Paris. (...). Through the Marquis de Marigny he was sent to the French Academy in Rome in 1768, and the following year made his first trip to Napels and Sicily in the entourage of the Marquis d'Havrincourt. After his return to Paris in 1772 he exhibited his Italian views, which were well enough received that he determined on a second trip to Sicily. This he made from 1776 to 1779, including in his investigations Malta and Lipari. Here he assumed the role of observer, artist, and naturalist, amassing copious notes on new material. Claude-Henri Watelet and the director-general of the Gobelins Manufacture, d'Angivillers, were helpful in making this second trip possible. To finance it, Houel sold drawings that he had made in Italy when he returned to France. Forty-six were purchased by the king, and over five hundred by Catherine II of Russia. At this time he determined to publish the material he had accumulated on the voyage. (...) Houel was one of the first French artists to discover the antique ruins still visible in Sicily." (Millard, French Books, 80, note). SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE XC.

€ (3.000-5.000)