4947 - 5075 FINE ARTS - VARIA, COMMERCIAL ART, DEVOTIONALIA, PAPER, PICTURE POSTCARDS, POSTERS etc.
- Some folds; a tear. Not examined outside frame.
= With "N. Thonti(?)" in the image, possibly the artist.
= Showing a gentleman in early 20th century cycling outfit, standing next to his bicycle.
- Folded; a few sm. tears in margins and in folds.
= Showing the folk figure of Gambrinus, King of Beer, often connected to the Burgundy duke John the Fearless.
= Almost life-size figures. Possibly used for a variant game of darts or children's archery game.
= A Carneval or Mardi-Gras poster showing various clowns.
= "Biljartfabriek "Het Noorden", E. de Schepper, Groningen Helpman".
- A fine copy.
= There are also copies with "M. Wijnen Sigarenfabrikant Valkenswaard" in the image; this one without. Cigar factory "Slotzanger" in Valkenswaard was owned by M. Wijnen.
- Upper blank margin sl. frayed.
- A few flattened folds; traces of tape along edges.
AND 6 miscell. others, all Dutch, 2nd half 20th cent., i.a. "Rondvaarten door Amsterdam. Reederij Boekel".
= Braque was the first living artist to exhibit a solo show at the Musée du Louvre. This poster was made for that exhibition.
= SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE LXXXII.
Idem. "Pockets voor onderweg". Col. silkscreen poster, 63x45 cm., not signed on the screen. Idem. "'t is weer pocket-weer* *zwarte beertjes-weer". Col. silkscreen poster, 63x45 cm., signed "Dick" on the screen. Idem. "Weertje of geen weertje lees een zwart beertje." Col. silkscreen poster, 63x45 cm., signed "Dick" on the screen.
- All rolled.
AND 1 other poster: "Tentoonstelling er hangen vijhonderd omslagen van dick" (Hilv., exhib. poster. Dam. in corners).
- Sl. foxed; a few closed tears.
AND 6 others, all Dutch, mostly exhibition posters.
= With extension piece (33x73 cm.) attached to lower edge: "À l'abattoir de la ville d'Anvers. 76e Concours. Année 1971 (...)".
AND 2 others.
- Rolled; four large tears in upper and lower text part, repaired w. sellotape on verso; a few sm. marginal tears in blank margin.