LOT 1486

Five etchings: (1) Jan Weissenbruch (1822-1880). (View of the river Lek at Vreeswijk)

Etching on Chine collé, 13.5 x 18.4 cm (cadre, leaf size 21 x 27 cm), signed and dated "29 november 1850" on plate, below mount.

Several vertical creases (from printing process), some superficial relief and foxing. Hippert & Linnig 16 [available online] (distinguish one state). Rijksmuseum describes only three states of this rare etching are known, all in Rijksmuseum, with reference: Johannes (Jan) Weissenbruch: schilder-graficus 1822-1880, Willem Laanstra, p. 173, cat. no. E/50-2. Similar to the Rijksmuseum copy, ours has a vertical scratch on the plate; (2) Jozef Israels (1835-1991). (Child in high-chair). Etching, 15 x 10 cm, monogrammed in plate lower r. "Uitgegeven door de Nederlandse Ets Club in 1895, oplage 100 exemplaren". Hubert (Israëls) 14-3(3). Cut off just outside of plate; (3) Jan Vrolijk (1846-1884). (Farmer and two cows at a rack in a large cowshed). Etching, 9.9 x 16.2 cm, signed in plate lower l. cut off just outside edge of plate); (4) Jacob Taanman (1836-1923). (Two children with children's print). Etching, 12 x 9.5 cm, signed and dated "'73" in plate. And 1 more: "The widow", etching by Leopold Lowenstam to Jozef Israels, with apparently correct signature "J. Israels" in pen lower r. (total 5)

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