5590 - 5932 FINE ARTS - 16th-19th CENTURY DRAWINGS, WATERCOLOURS and PAINTINGS
- Trifle soiled/ frayed.
= On paper with watermark showing "Concordia res parvae crescunt" (circular w. a crowned lion).
AND a pencil drawing by the same (signed, w. identical watermark).
- Folded twice; sl. foxed; sl. frayed.
= There are also 2 other captions In left and right margin, reading as follows: "Huis bewoond door den Heer Bieleveldt" and "Huis bewoond door de Wed. Voombergh". The firm of Ketwich and Voombergh was an administration office that was eventually acquired by the bankers Labouchère Oyens & Co. In 1890 they commissioned the architect F.W.M. Poggenbeek to design a new office for their firm, which they used until 1908. Presently the building is incorporated in Hotel de l'Europe.
ADDED: an 20th cent. watercolour titled "De Nieuwmarkt met Waaggebouw, Amsterdam (St. Antoniuswaag)" by J. Müller, dated "17-8-'28".
- Brown spot in the sky.
= Nice drawing after the print by Paulus van Liender after Jan de Beijer, published by Fouquet.
- A few vague stains; sl. yellowed.
= Provenance: the collection of J. and C. Ulmann (Lugt 3533).
- Tipped onto mount at upper left corner; one sm. piece at upper edge torn off and stuck to mount.
- With 3 wormholes in image and tiny dam. spot in upper right corner. A few foxed spots. = With attribution in pencil on mount.
- With (half of) a shield watermark. = In the style of Josias Murer.
- Trifle foxed/ thumbed; sl. frayed.
= On paper with unidentified watermark. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CIX.
- Restored/ strengthened around the edges; sl. creased; 2 vertical folds in centre; some sm. closed tears/ pinholes; margins laid onto paper mount.
= Provenance: the collection of J. and C. Ulmann (Lugt 3533). With the (partly erased) collector's mark of Wolfhart Bürgi (Lugt 3400) on recto. Potentially from the school Giulio Romano, with an attribution in modern hand on verso. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CX.
= Formerly attributed to Joos de Momper.
- Somewhat soiled and foxed.
= On verso a small sketch of a figure pulling a stubborn mule and a manuscript contemporary annotation in pen and ink: "gelant te moede jieve (?) die al sijt dat heij wiel, die moet dirmael dierhmael hoeren dat heij niet in wielt (?)". From the collection of Albert Welcker with his stamped collector's mark (Lugt 2793c) and manuscript inventory no. "403".
= Showing the ruins of castle West Souburg aka Sint Aldegonde. With later inventory number "No.79" in pen and brown ink on recto. With partial watermark of a crowned eagle. With a modern attribution to Esaias van der Velde. Perhaps by Jan Baptist Weenix.
- A few vague creases/ foxed spots.
= With the collector's mark of Albert van Loock on verso (Lugt 3751).
= SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CIX.
- Slightly foxed; a few sm. stains; margins strengthened on verso.
= With similar sketches on verso. With reference to Bernardo Buontalenti on passepartout. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CX.
- Trifle yellowed/ thumbed.
= With the collector's mark of W.A. Freund on verso (Lugt 954). SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CXI.
- Partly browned; foxed; sl. waterst.
= Provenance: the collection of J. and C. Ulmann (Lugt 3533). With an attribution to "Solimena" on verso, likely referring to F.C. Solimena (1657-1747).
- Trifle soiled; 2 oblique folds.
- Laid down on later stiff laid paper; a few foxed spots.