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70 5272 Scheffer A  1857 ?  ? 70 5272 Scheffer A 1857 ? ?
70/5272 Scheffer, A. (1857-?) (?). (A gentleman addressing a sitting lady near a well, a lute next to her). Drawing, black chalk and some black ink, 29x29 cm., signed "A. Scheffer f 1883" in pen and ink.
€ (70-90) 80
70 5273 Schelfhout A  1787 1870 70 5273 Schelfhout A 1787 1870
70 5273 Schelfhout A  1787 1870 70 5273 Schelfhout A 1787 1870
70 5273 Schelfhout A  1787 1870 70 5273 Schelfhout A 1787 1870
70/5273 Schelfhout, A. (1787-1870). (Wooded landscape with bridge and farmhouse). Drawing, brown and grey wash on stiff wove paper, 13,5x20 cm., signed in lower left corner.

- Yellowed; vague waterstain.

AND 2 other drawings, possibly both by the same: IDEM, (A farmer and farmer's wife milking two cows) (sketch, black and red chalk on laid paper, 8,5x16 cm., monogrammed in pen and ink and w. stamp "1954 Atelier Lodewijk Schelfhout" in lower left corner) and a wooded landscape with a river and two peasants w. signature "A. Schelfhout ft 1800[?]" (watercolour, 23x17,5 cm., framed).

€ (200-300)
70 5274 Schelfhout A  1787 1870  style of 70 5274 Schelfhout A 1787 1870 style of
70/5274 Schelfhout, A. (1787-1870) (style of). (A panoramic landscape with travellers in the foreground and Haarlem in the background). Painting, oil on panel, 52x68 cm., with "A. Joir(?)" in lower right corner, framed.

- Two large cracks on both sides; heavy craquelure (mainly) to the centre; a few unobtrusive scratches to the surface/ varnish; varnish sl. yellowed.

= Apart from the damages, a fine painting. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CXIX.

€ (3.000-5.000) 3000
70 5275 Schipperus P A  1840 1929 70 5275 Schipperus P A 1840 1929
70/5275 Schipperus, P.A. (1840-1929). (Dutch winter landscape with a couple skating behind a dog-drawn sleigh). Drawing, watercolour and gouache, 16,2x23,7 cm., signed in lower right corner, framed.

- Partly foxed.

€ (70-90) 70
70 5276 Scholl J W  19th cent  70 5276 Scholl J W 19th cent
70/5276 Scholl, J.W. (19th cent.). (Seated female nude holding peacock feathers and a blue cloth). Oil on panel, 23x17 cm., signed and "1893" lower right, framed.
€ (150-250) 150
70 5277 Schönstedt A  1812 1881 70 5277 Schönstedt A 1812 1881
70/5277 Schönstedt, A. (1812-1881). "Het Haagsche Bosch 1853." Drawing, brush and brown wash, framing line in pencil, 28,5x41,8 cm., signed "Schönstedt f." in lower left corner and titled and dated in lower right corner.

- Tipped onto mount (verso with an unfinished and foxed anonymous watercolour).

= SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CXX.

€ (400-600)
70 5278 Schotel J C  1787 1838 70 5278 Schotel J C 1787 1838
70/5278 Schotel, J.C. (1787-1838). (Large warship in the roadstead firing a salute shot, while people are disembarking in the foreground). Drawing, brush and grey wash and black ink, 10,5x8,2 cm., signed "J.C. Schotel" in pen in lower left corner.

= Fine drawing. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CXIX.

€ (200-300) 450
70 5279 Schouman M  1770 1848  attrib  70 5279 Schouman M 1770 1848 attrib
70/5279 Schouman, M. (1770-1848) (attrib.). (Dutch sea view with ships and sailing vessels). Drawing, pencil, brush and ink, grey wash, 22,6x37,1 cm.

- Tipped onto mount; a few tiny brown specks. In later (?) hand in pencil in image: "Een schip dat op het sleeptou [sic] over Pampus (?) gebragt word. M. Schouman". Attributed to M. Schouman on verso.

€ (100-150) 100
70/5280 Silhouette portraits  Lot of 5 portraits 70/5280 Silhouette portraits Lot of 5 portraits
70/5280 [Silhouette portraits]. Lot of 5 portraits, all but one brush and black ink, 19th cent., between 9x7 and 12,7x9,5 cm., in various contemp. frames.

- Occas. sl. (water)stained.

= I.a. a man on horseback, Louis XVI(?), and incl. one cut-out silhouette of a lady (heightened w. white).

€ (60-80) 60
70 5281 Sluiter J W  'Willy'  1873 1949 70 5281 Sluiter J W 'Willy' 1873 1949
70/5281 Sluiter, J.W. ("Willy") (1873-1949). "Bali". Drawing, 27,8x21,9 cm., monogrammed, titled and "'23" in pencil, on verso of a printed leaf "Regeerings-Comité voor Nederlandsche kunsttentoonstellingen in het buitenland".

= SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CXX.

€ (150-250) 425
70 5282 Smith J Warwick 1749 1831  circle of 70 5282 Smith J Warwick 1749 1831 circle of
70/5282 Smith, J. Warwick (1749-1831) (circle of). "Entrada della Grotta di Posilippo a Napoli". Drawing, brush and grey wash, within pencil borderlines, 29,5x42 cm., titled in pen and black ink below the image.

= Probably a preliminary drawing.

€ (300-500) 300
70 5283 Smith J Warwick 1749 1831  circle of 70 5283 Smith J Warwick 1749 1831 circle of
70/5283 Smith, J. Warwick (1749-1831) (circle of). "Veduta del Lago d'Averno". Drawing, brush and grey and some orange wash, and some pencil, within pencil borderlines, 29,5x42 cm., titled in pen and black ink below the image.

= Probably a preliminary drawing.

€ (300-500) 300
70 5284 Steen A  18th cent  70 5284 Steen A 18th cent
70/5284 Steen, A. (18th cent.). (Streetview with ruinous buildings, some travellers and a cowherd with his cows). Drawing, pencil, brown framing line, 19x31,5 cm., tipped onto contemp. paper mount w. border in grey wash, signed in pen and brown ink on mount behind drawing.

- Trifle spotted.

AND 3 anonymous small, 19th cent. landscape drawings.

€ (100-150) 100
70 5285 Steffelaar N  1852 1918 70 5285 Steffelaar N 1852 1918
70/5285 Steffelaar, N. (1852-1918). (Seated gardener with a rake in his arms). Drawing, watercolour and pencil, 19x20 cm., signed "Nico. Steffelaar" in pen and ink.

- Paper sl. soiled and yellowed.

€ (50-70)
70 5286 Steinlen T A  1859 1923 70 5286 Steinlen T A 1859 1923
70/5286 Steinlen, T.A. (1859-1923). (People in the street). Drawing, soft pencil w. framing(?) lines in blue pencil, 31,5x27 cm., monogrammed "St".

- Foxed; tipped onto mount. = SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CXX.

€ (300-500) 3750
70 5287 Steinlen T A  1859 1923 70 5287 Steinlen T A 1859 1923
70/5287 Steinlen, T.A. (1859-1923). (Portrait of a bearded man). Drawing, black crayon, 9x11 cm., signed "Steinlen" in black crayon, framed.

= Sitter unidentified.

€ (80-100) 140
70 5288 Tavenier H  1734 1807 70 5288 Tavenier H 1734 1807
70/5288 Tavenier, H. (1734-1807). (A man and two horses entering a watergate). Drawing, pen and ink and watercolour, 14,5x21,3 cm.

- Sl. browned; a few sm. damages to outer left margin.

€ (100-150) 100
70 5289 Tavenier H  1734 1807 70 5289 Tavenier H 1734 1807
70/5289 Tavenier, H. (1734-1807). (People in a village with Haarlem in the background). Drawing, pen and ink and watercolour, 20,5x29 cm.

- Sl. yellowed; brownish offset from former mount.

€ (150-250) 190
70 5290 Tavenier H  1734 1807 70 5290 Tavenier H 1734 1807
70/5290 Tavenier, H. (1734-1807). "d Raampoort te Haarlem". Drawing, pen and ink and brush and watercolour, 12,2x18,6 cm., signed, titled and dated "1789" on verso in pen and ink.

- Small stain in water below the mill shining through from verso; sm. dam. spot in outer left margin. Otherwise fine.

AND 1 other drawing of the same gate (a 19th cent. copy in pen and ink and grey wash, after the print by W. NIEUWHOFF. Tear in lower margin of image; sl. yellowed).

€ (60-80) 60
70 5291 Tavenier H  1734 1807 70 5291 Tavenier H 1734 1807
70 5291 Tavenier H  1734 1807 70 5291 Tavenier H 1734 1807
70 5291 Tavenier H  1734 1807 70 5291 Tavenier H 1734 1807
70 5291 Tavenier H  1734 1807 70 5291 Tavenier H 1734 1807
70 5291 Tavenier H  1734 1807 70 5291 Tavenier H 1734 1807
70/5291 Tavenier, H. (1734-1807). "Te Noordorp 1791". Drawing, pen and ink and grey and yellow wash, 10x11,5 cm., signed and "1791" in lower right corner, signed and titled on verso in pen and ink (a few specks). Marcus, J.E. (1774-1826). (River landscape with boats and a farmhouse). Drawing, pen and ink and grey wash, 9,5x11,5 cm., tipped onto contemp. paper mount, signed on verso drawing and on mount (a few spots). - AND 3 others: 2 anonymous, 19th cent., small landscape drawings (pen and ink and grey/ brown wash; both w. (some) shallow surface dam.) and a nice but damaged forest landscape watercolour possibly by Pieter Barbiers (doubled and cut in 2 parts, ±19x22 and 13x8,5 cm. (the upper right corner is lost), both parts w. monogram "P.B.").
€ (150-250) 160