4646 - 4918 FINE ARTS - 16th-19th CENTURY DRAWINGS, WATERCOLOURS and PAINTINGS
- Both tipped onto mount; both (sl.) wrinkled.
= Attributed to D.P.G. HUMBERT DE SUPERVILLE (1770-1849) by the previous owner. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE LXXX.
- Mount folded and creased; trifle foxed/ stained. = SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE LXXX.
- Waterst. in lower left (blank) corner.
- Mounted on board.
Anonymous (1st half 19th cent.). (A gathering of men along a river surrounded by Roman buildings). Drawing, pencil and brush and grey wash, 36,6x29 cm.
- Tipped onto mount.
AND 1 small pencil drawing attributed to H.F.E. PHILIPPOTEAUX.
- A few brown stains.
= Drawing traced and with a grid in white chalk for copying, perhaps for a print or painting.
= WIth the collector's mark of Le Beuffe (Lugt 1664).
= Allegorical drawing, slighty in the manner of Gustave Doré.
AND ±30 other 19th cent. drawings, various subjects.
- Leaf browned and sl. soiled; sm. tear in lower left corner.
Anonymous (19th cent.). (Man slumped over a table). Drawing, pencil, 18x20 cm. - AND 18 other (mostly anonymous) drawings, all figure studies, 19th and early 20th cent.
- Lower left corner folded; sl. dampstained in left margin.
Monogrammist "C.W.J.v.B." (19th cent.). (Landscape with a traveller and his horse, women washing clothes in a pond, a house in the background). (Lake view with people playing along the road, mountains in the background). Two drawings, brush and ink, grey wash, 18x23,8 and 13,6x19,1 cm., the larger drawing monogrammed and dated "1829" in lower right.
- Both drawings tipped onto mount; both drawings partly browned.
= Perhaps a view of the yearly regatta held on the bay, with the crowd watching.
Anonymous (19th cent). "Sketch in Dalmeny Grounds". Drawing, pencil, 13,2x20 cm., caption in pencil.
= A view from the grounds of Dalmeny House, the seat of the duke of Roseberry, across the Firth of Forth in Scotland.
AND 2 other drawings, i.a. a small drawing showing a landscape view of Capel Curig (Wales), dated 1849 and a larger drawing of a small gothic church, partly ruined.
- Foxed; laid down.
= Painting in the style of Albert Neuhuys (1844-1914) and the Larense School.
- Small tear in upper edge; vague crease and stain in left part.
Anonymous (19th cent.). (Seated drinker). Drawing after A. VAN OSTADE(?), red pencil, 21,5x15 cm., on laid paper (w. a large crowned circular watermark). - AND 4 miscell. other drawings.
- Sm. stains along upper edge.
= On verso an attribution to Alfred Henri Darjou (1832-1874).
Lambrechts, L. (19th cent.). "Votre fils ira loin!". Drawing, pencil, 20,5x17,2 cm., signed "Lambrechts f 1849" in lower right corner and "Diest" in lower left corner.
- Blank margins trifle foxed; crease in lower blank margin.
= Attractive caricature drawing, showing an officer pointing at a demure young boy seated at a table with many empty bottles and a half drunk soldier and telling the boy's father: "Votre fils ira loin!" For the artist, see Piron p. 805.
- Sl. browned.
= Portraits of Gerard ter Borch, Gerard Dou, Govert Flinck, Gabriël Metsu, Adriaen van Ostade, Paulus Potter and Philips Wouwerman.