5590 - 5932 FINE ARTS - 16th-19th CENTURY DRAWINGS, WATERCOLOURS and PAINTINGS
- Yellowed; occas. lacks portion of leaf; trifle frayed.
- Binding rubbed; spine-ends worn.
= Nice collection of watercolours and manuscript poems etc. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CXVIII.
- Foxed. = Provenance: from the collection of J. and C. Ulmann (Lugt 3533).
AND a black chalk drawing possibly by the same.
- Browned; sl. crinkled paper. = SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CXX.
- Cut on/ just outside the framing line.
= Landscape drawing with soldiers traveling along Gent during the Franco-Dutch War (1672-1678). Provenance: from the collection of J. and C. Ulmann (Lugt 3533). SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CXX.
- Sl. browned and duststained; lacks tiny portion of lower left corner; margins laid onto paper mount.
- Rather heavily browned; one piece w. 5 figures reworked and pasted over; some creases, rubbed spots and sm. holes.
= SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CXXI.
= Provenance: the collection of J. and C. Ulmann.
AND 2 others, an anonymous black chalk drawing of a river and a black chalk and pastel crayon drawing of a street scene (with "Utrillo V" in lower left corner).
= With a contemporary attribution on verso to Hendrik Spilman.
AND 6 other drawings, i.a. 3 showing Brederode castle ruins.
- Sm. tear in upper blank margin (repaired on verso)
= With small extension on mounted piece of paper (6,6x3,8 cm.) in lower left corner (w. sm. dam. in left blank margin). Nice drawing, possibly by CORNELIS VAN NOORDE (1731-1795). SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CXXI.
- Trifle yellowed; a few foxed spots. = On paper w. watermark "I A G".
- Upper right corner lacks sm. portion; repaired tear in right margin; yellowed; some sm. (retouched) specks; verso w. gluestains along blank margins.
= View from the Korte Spaarne in the direction of the centre, with the Spaarne in the foreground, the opening to the Bakenessergracht on the right and the St. Bavo church and the Waag in the distance.
- Vague remnants of former mount on verso; sl. fingersoiled, mostly along edges.
= With contemporary annotation on verso: "BredeRoode huijs Haarlem" in pen and ink and "A Milatz" in pencil.
- Some very vague foxing; a few professionally repaired small tears in upper margin; sm. spot w. traces of silverfish activity.
= SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CXXII.
- Probably laid down, w. brown staining in the sky from mount and glue.
= Perhaps after the Raid on the Medway. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CXXII.
= With "Heusden 1773" in pen and ink on verso (gate unidentified and artist uncertain). SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CXXIII.
= Attribution to Hennequin in pencil on verso.