4646 - 4918 FINE ARTS - 16th-19th CENTURY DRAWINGS, WATERCOLOURS and PAINTINGS
- Slightly frayed; 7 pinholes in upper margin.
Anrooy, A.A. van (1870-1949). "Lincoln cathedral". Drawing, pencil, 27,2x22 cm., titled and with "A van Anrooy" in lower right corner.
- Yellowed; with 3 pinholes in right margin.
= With manuscript annot. on verso by the son of Balthazar Paul Ommeganck: "Ce dessin est l'ouvrage de B.P. Ommeganck mon père [signed:] P. Ommeganck".
= With the collector's stamp of Henri Alphonse Perin, created especially for the sale of drawings he inherited from Orsel (Lugt 4732).
Anonymous (19th cent.). (Boy in classical outfit carrying a girl with a flowerbasket across a stream). Drawing, pen and brown ink, 27x20 cm.
= With vague underdrawing in pencil. With the collector's mark of Albert van Loock on verso.
- Very unevenly browned; tears near upper and lower right corner; w. white stains, mostly on left half.
AND 4 other 19th century drawings, i.a. a drawing showing classical figures from frescoes of Herculaneum (w. later attribution to F. Piranesi) and a watercolour drawing showing Christ at the well with the Samarian woman.
- Tiny tear in upper edge.
- Yellowed; sm. tear in right and left outer margin.
- A circular stain in upper right corner, probably from the rim of a bottle.
= A preliminary drawing for an unknown watercolour or painting.
- A few chips and (closed) tears in margins; sl. soiled.
= SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE XCIV.
- Pinholes in corners.
= Portrait after the projection of Willem van Ruytenburch in Rembrandt's De Nachtwacht.
- Laid down; yellowed.
= Study for the watercolour formerly in the collection Atlas Dreesmann.
- Originally the drawing was a much larger and rectangular of shape. For unknown reasons the sides were blackened, probably by the artist himself as the final drawing only shows this part of the composition. On verso the shape of a construction, i.a. on the right an overhanging roof can still be seen.
= Study for the larger red chalk drawing, dated 1770 and sold at Sotheby's, London in July, 1998 (lot 85). Provenance: sold at auction Paul Brandt, Amsterdam in february 1971. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE XCV.
- A few small stains/ spots.
- Vertical fold in the right part, w. a closed tear near lower edge.
- Sl. faded.