5590 - 5932 FINE ARTS - 16th-19th CENTURY DRAWINGS, WATERCOLOURS and PAINTINGS
- Sl. fingersoiled; upper and lower edge chipped. = SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CXIV.
= Portrait of an girl of an unidentified noble family. The coat of arms in the upper part.
- Somewhat duststained; a few sm. nibbled spots by silverfish in lower part; tape strips along edges on verso.
= Portugal's most important statesman and practically its effective ruler between 1755 and 1776. Probably after the print by Simon Charles Miger.
- Narrow waterstains near left and right edge; paper doubled.
- Doubled; sl. browned; a few stains (mainly) in blank margins.
- One dam. spot (at tipping point).
- Some tiny brownish stains.
- Sl. foxed. = With the collector's stamp of Pacini (Lugt 2011) on verso.
- Slightly foxed. = On paper with a crowned watermark: "GR".
- Yellowed; some vague creases in lower margin.
- Parts slightly nibbled by silverfish; not examined outside frame. = Attractive drawing.
- Sm. rubbed spot; yellowed. = SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CXIV.
- Some vague foxing. = Both resembling/ after(?) the prints by K.F. Bendorp (after J. Bulthuis).
- Slightly thumbed; 2 tiny closed tears in right margin; upper right corner sl. worn.
= With calligraphed text, figure sketches and the collector's mark of Albert van Loock on verso (Lugt 3751).
= Depicting carts, cattle and groom. Nice drawings from the surroundings of J. KOBELL.
= There is no 18th century artist known as J. Weissenbruch. It appears to be added later. The style is more in the direction of the members of the Barbiers family.
- Tipped onto mount along upper margin.
= Very meticuously copied drawing after the 17th century print by De Weert (Hollstein 4), originally part of a series of the 7 deadly sins. The engraving was after the painting by Ryckaert.