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70 5292 Tavenraat J  1809 1881  attrib  70 5292 Tavenraat J 1809 1881 attrib
70/5292 Tavenraat, J. (1809-1881) (attrib.). (Traveller resting on a tree stump, on a desolate moore). Drawing, brush and brown and black ink, white gouache, 28,4x27,8 cm., signature "Tavenraat" in pencil.
€ (50-70) 250
70 5293 Tholen W B  1860 1931  attrib  70 5293 Tholen W B 1860 1931 attrib
70/5293 Tholen, W.B. (1860-1931) (attrib.). (Fisherman sitting on a rock and holding a small model ship). Drawing, pencil, 31x23,8 cm., on greenish paper.
€ (100-150)
70 5294 Transformation drawing  Anonymous late 18th cent  70 5294 Transformation drawing Anonymous late 18th cent
70/5294 [Transformation drawing]. Anonymous (late 18th cent.). (Anthropomorphic landscape, when turned 90 degrees, the head of a man appears). Drawing, brush and grey ink and wash, 16x20,8 cm.

- Sl. foxed; verso traces of former backing. = SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CXXI.

€ (100-150) 700
70 5295 Trompe l'oeil  Anonymous 2nd half 19th cent  70 5295 Trompe l'oeil Anonymous 2nd half 19th cent
70/5295 [Trompe l'oeil]. Anonymous (2nd half 19th cent.). (Composition with ±25 drawings and printed leaves). Drawing, pen and black ink, grey wash and watercolour on stiff paper, 43,5x56 cm., late 1860s.

- Some small tears and rubbed spots, mainly in margins.

= Shows overlapping drawings, playing cards, title-pages, scores and other documents, i.a. "Twintigste Kooplot voor (...)" (dated "den 19 Junij 1868"), "Nieuwe Am[sterdamsche Courant Al]gemeen H[andelsblad]" (No. 11325, ±1868), "Begrafenis Fonds Let op uw Einde (...) Ontvangen van den Heer Reimters (...)", "H. van Wingerden Logement- en Koffijhuis (...) Rotterdam", a theater announcement "Theater Tivoli Nes" and a heraldic drawing with three coats of arms, i.a. of "Coenr. de Wilhem".

€ (200-300) 220
70 5296 Verburgt Kramers C G  1876 1968 70 5296 Verburgt Kramers C G 1876 1968
70/5296 Verburgt-Kramers, C.G. (1876-1968). (Glass vase with flowering branches on a porcelain plate). Watercolour, 40x35 cm., monogrammed "VK" in upper left corner, framed.

- Frame worn.

= With small ticket on verso of Kunsthandel van Lier with manuscript number: "14 T.V.K. '36".

€ (80-100) 80
70 5297 Verhoesen A  1806 1881 70 5297 Verhoesen A 1806 1881
70/5297 Verhoesen, A. (1806-1881). (Cow). Drawing, pencil, ±1860, 18x25 cm.

- Blank margins expertly restored.

€ (250-350) 250
70 5298 Verrijk D  1734 1786  attrib  70 5298 Verrijk D 1734 1786 attrib
70/5298 Verrijk, D. (1734-1786) (attrib.). (Moonlit view of a village in the bend of a dirt road with three travellers). Drawing, black crayon, heightened with white, 25,6x34,1 cm., on blue paper.

- Unobtrusive closed hole in sky area; tiny wormhole in roof of one of the small houses.

= Attractive drawing. Attribution (in later hand) on verso.

€ (200-300) 200
70 5299 Verrijk T  1734 1786  attrib  70 5299 Verrijk T 1734 1786 attrib
70/5299 Verrijk, T. (1734-1786) (attrib.). (Village with a church, two mills and boats at a riverside, an angler in the foreground). Drawing, brush and ink and grey wash, black framing line, 13x20 cm., w. annot. "T. Verrijk. del. ad. viv:" and dated "Ao 1766" below image.

- Tipped onto mount along upper margin; two paper remnants of former mount in lower corners; lower margin w. signature and date cut short.

€ (150-250) 150
70 5300 Verrocchio A di 1435 1488  studio/ surroundings of 70 5300 Verrocchio A di 1435 1488 studio/ surroundings of
70 5300 Verrocchio A di 1435 1488  studio/ surroundings of 70 5300 Verrocchio A di 1435 1488 studio/ surroundings of
70/5300 Verrocchio, A. di (1435-1488) (studio/ surroundings of). (Head of a toddler with closed eyes). Drawing, charcoal, 16,7x13,7 cm., in a gilt handpainted wooden frame, w. the words "In ple Pater quod dixisti, nos tuis iubans precibus" along the edges of the frame.

- Paper soiled and edges strengthened on verso w. paper.

= In interesting pre-1800 frame. On 15th cent. laid paper with a cross shaped watermark (Briquet 3528). This same watermark is found in a leaf with a drawing by di Verrocchio showing the head of a woman, now in the British Museum. With the collector's mark of the Belgian artist Emile Wauters (Lugt 912); cf. Fred. Muller, Dessins anciens - Collection E.W.[auters]. Vente 15-16 Juin 1926, lot 232. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CXXI.

€ (2.500-3.500) 110000
70 5301 Verschuring H  1629 1690 70 5301 Verschuring H 1629 1690
70/5301 Verschuring, H. (1629-1690). (Fair). Drawing, brush and black, grey and brown wash, pen and brown ink, ±1650/ 1660, 27,7x38 cm., signed "Verschuring" in lower margin.

- Some restored sports/ small sections (especially in lower right corner); flattened old middle-fold; vaguely foxed. Upper corners tipped onto mount.

= Fine drawing on laid paper w. foolscap watermark. Provenance: the former collection of Dr. THorai, acquired by Kunsthandlung Commeter, Hamburg in 1927 (see contemp. manuscript annot. on mount). SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CXXII.

€ (1.200-1.500)
70 5302 Verwer A de before 1600 1650 70 5302 Verwer A de before 1600 1650
70/5302 Verwer, A. de (before 1600-1650). "Sierichsee in Seelant". Drawing, black chalk, pen and brown ink, ±1637-1638, 14,2x22,2 cm., titled in upper right corner

- Upper margin tipped onto mount (w. remains of former tape); left margin restored; verso w. annots. in pen(cil); some creases.

= A similar drawing by A. Verwer, a view of Vlissingen, was sold at Christie's London, 5-12-2006. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CXXII.

€ (4.000-5.000) 4500
70 5303 Verwer A de before 1600 1650  attrib  70 5303 Verwer A de before 1600 1650 attrib
70/5303 Verwer, A. de (before 1600-1650) (attrib.). (View of the Rhine with a village on the left). Drawing, red crayon and black chalk, 12,3x39,5 cm.

- Laid down on stiff paper; some (dust)soiling, especially in upper left corner; crease or closed tear in left margin; creases in lower right corner.

€ (600-800)
70 5304 Vinne I V L van der 1629 1702  attrib  70 5304 Vinne I V L van der 1629 1702 attrib
70/5304 Vinne I, V.L. van der (1629-1702) (attrib.). (View on Haarlem from the north). Drawing, black ink and grey wash, 10,2x28 cm., tipped onto mount.

- Closed hole and a few tiny pinholes in centre; foxed/ dustsoiled.

= Attribution "V.L. van de Vinne" in black ink on mount. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CXXIII.

€ (800-1.000) 900
70 5305 Vlieger S J de 1601 1653  attrib  70 5305 Vlieger S J de 1601 1653 attrib
70/5305 Vlieger, S.J. de (1601-1653) (attrib.). (Riverlandscape with ruins in the background). Drawing, pen and brown ink and some black wash, 10,8x18,9 cm.

- With later additions of figures in pencil. Upper corners tipped onto mount; two small pinholes in left margin.

= Collector's stamp on verso.

€ (600-800)
70 5306 Voorbergh M  19th cent  70 5306 Voorbergh M 19th cent
70/5306 Voorbergh, M. (19th cent.). (A farmer in front of a barn). Watercolour, 21x27,2 cm., signed in lower right corner in black pen.

- Foxed; w. sl. soiled vertical fold in centre.

AND 2 other pencil drawings, probably by another artist.

€ (60-80)
70 5307 Waterloo A  1609 1690 70 5307 Waterloo A 1609 1690
70/5307 Waterloo, A. (1609-1690). (Landscape with trees by a river). Drawing, black chalk, oiled black chalk and grey wash, 19,3x28 cm.

- Left margin thumbed/ sl. foxed and some surface dam.; a few vague brown spots. Verso some remnants of former mounting and some dust/ waterst.

= Inscr. "#218" in outer lower left corner. With collector's marks of Baron de Malaussena (Lugt 1887, stamped twice on lower left corner and on mount) and of Emile Calando (Lugt 837, on lower left corner). SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CXXIII.

€ (2.500-3.500) 2500
70 5308 Waterloo A  1609 1690  attrib  70 5308 Waterloo A 1609 1690 attrib
70/5308 Waterloo, A. (1609-1690) (attrib.). (Pellekussenpoort, Utrecht). Drawing, black chalk, ±1640, 8,5x15,5 cm., brown ink borderline.

- Upper corners tipped onto mount; sl. (dust)soiled; corners sl. worn.

= Verso w. collector's stamp and other attribution to Jan van Goyen in pencil. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CXXIV.

€ (1.800-2.000)
70 5309 Webster T  1800 1886  after 70 5309 Webster T 1800 1886 after
70/5309 Webster, T. (1800-1886) (after). The Village Choir. Drawing, pencil and watercolour, 42x53,4 cm.

- Laid down on mount; left margin lacks sm. portion; large closed tear in centre and in left margin.

= A skilful drawing after Thomas Webster's "The Village Choir", currently in the Victoria and Albert Museum in London.

€ (100-150)
70 5310 Wegner J L  1816 1864 70 5310 Wegner J L 1816 1864
70 5310 Wegner J L  1816 1864 70 5310 Wegner J L 1816 1864
70/5310 Wegner, J.L. (1816-1864). (Portrait of a gentleman and of a lady). Two drawings, pendants, pencil, brown, grey and black wash on stiff white-painted paper, heightened w. white and w. scratching, both ±20x18 cm., signed "L. Wegner ft. 1850(/ 1851)", presented under (contemp.?) ident. passepartouts to give the drawings a carte-de-visite appearance.

= Exquisite, very detailed drawings, possibly after two photographic portraits. The german Johan Ludwig (or Louis) Wegner was photographer, lithographer and draughtsman, studied in Munich and Vienna and worked in Amsterdam from 1850 onwards.

€ (70-90) 120
70 5311 Werff A van der 1659 1722  ? 70 5311 Werff A van der 1659 1722 ?
70/5311 Werff, A. van der (1659-1722) (?). (Study of a nude young boy leaning on his left elbow). Drawing, pencil, 15,5x22 cm.

= On laid paper w. part of unidentidfied watermark (upper section of crown). With (unidentified) collector's stamp on verso. Very much resembling a drawing by Adriaen van der Werff listed in W. Bernt, Die Niederländischen Maler/ Zeichner des 17. Jahrhunderts, vol. 5, no.680 (and in the holdings of Museum Fodor, no.256). SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CXXIV.

€ (400-600) 400