4646 - 4918 FINE ARTS - 16th-19th CENTURY DRAWINGS, WATERCOLOURS and PAINTINGS
- Sm. closed tear in lower right corner. = Attractive watercolour.
Robinet, P. (early 20th cent.). (Farmhouse and sheds). Watercolour, 16,1x22,5 cm., signed in lower right corner, tipped onto mount.
= With a 19th century attribution in pen and ink on mount.
- Sl. foxed; traces of former tipping in on verso along right margin.
= The painting after which this drawing was made, is now in the collection of the Amsterdam Museum. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE LXXXIV.
= Nice composition of three watercolours.
- Tear in upper margin (affecting image).
- Offsetting from removed tape along upper and lower edge on recto.
- Sl. yellowed.
WITH on verso another unsigned drawing by the same depicting an historical scene with a fallen soldier and a young woman mourning.
- Sl. yellowed.
- Decoration on borders partly dam. by silverfish; lacks 2 cm. of one handle. Nevertheless fine and rare.
- Heavily foxed. = The original design for the print, with many tracing lines.
= SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE LXXXV.
- Sm. closed tear in lower right.
Düringer, D. (1724-1786) (after). (Man walking in the snow towards a house). Drawing, pen and ink, 15,7x21,8 cm., on laid paper.
= After the etching with the same dimensions. With the collector's mark of H. Haendcke (Lugt 1228a) on verso.
= Annotation by the artist's brother in pen on verso of mount: "Ce dessin me fut donné par mon frère D. Lors de mon depart de La Hollande, pour Paris pour aller augmenter le nombre des Pages de L'Empereur. Le 2 Aout 1810."