4646 - 4918 FINE ARTS - 16th-19th CENTURY DRAWINGS, WATERCOLOURS and PAINTINGS
- Doubled with thin paper; fingersoiled. = On laid paper.
Anonymous (17th cent). (Ecce Homo). Drawing after J. LIGOZZI, red chalk, 23,5x20 cm.
- Soiled and stained,
= On laid paper with unidentified watermark showing the letter Tau and two numbers (?) within a circle. Probably after the print by R. SADELER after LIGOZZI.
AND 5 other drawings, i.a. after DIRK STOOP.
- Laid down.
- With brown stains. = On laid paper with unidentified watermark.
Anonymous (17th/ 18th cent.). (Cupid and Psyche). Drawing, pen and ink, pencil underdrawing, 15,9x15,2 cm., on greyish brown tinted paper. - AND 1 other similar.
= Probably by the same artist as above.
- Remargined (mount some defects); some vague foxing and sl. dam. due to corrosion.
= After a print according to the British Museum now attributed to L. Ciamberlano, formerly attributed to Agostino Carracci or Francesco Brizio.
- Trifle duststained. = On verso a mirrored copy of the drawing. Amusing scene.
- Tipped onto mount at 3 corners; unobtrusive paper flaw on the knee of the putto to the left.
= Unfinished design for (or copy of) a ceiling decoration (the right leg of a third putto is visible). SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE LXXVII.
= Very similar to a drawing made a few years earlier by J. DE BEIJER and published in Het verheerlykt Kleefschland of Kabinet van Kleefsche oudheden en gezigten (in 1792).
- Leaf w. various sm. stains; frayed.
= On laid paper with the watermark of Ramon Romani ("R. Romani").
- Three sm. stains in sky area.
- Both sides soiled and sl. browned; a few folds. = Greyish laid paper, with a vague unidentified watermark.
Anonymous (early 19th cent., Dutch school). (Women cradling a newborn baby, the new mother in her box bed). Drawing, brush and ink and black chalk, 35,5x27cm.
= On laid paper with watermark of Van der Ley (VDL below a crowned coat of arms with a French lily).
AND 1 other.
- Waterstain in middle of upper margin; sl. foxed; wrinkled; brown paper tape along outer margins on verso; two soiled spots on verso.
- Laid down on stiff paper.
= Perhaps a scene from a play or a historical scene from an Italian city (Florence?).
- Sl. foxed/ stained. = With pro patria watermark.
= SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE LXXVIII.
- Soiled. = With an modern doubtful attribution to C.J. Vernet on verso mount.
- Left corners laid down on mount.