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Paulus van Liender
VIEW OF THE MARTINUSKERK IN WOUDRICHEM
Estimate
1,0001,500
LOT SOLD. 2,375 GBP
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136
Paulus van Liender
VIEW OF THE MARTINUSKERK IN WOUDRICHEM
Estimate
1,0001,500
LOT SOLD. 2,375 GBP
JUMP TO LOT

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Paulus van Liender
UTRECHT 1731 - 1797 HAARLEM
VIEW OF THE MARTINUSKERK IN WOUDRICHEM
Pen and black ink and three shades of grey wash, over traces of black chalk, within two sets of black ink framing lines;
bears old attribution, verso: Woudrichem. P.v. Liender
176 by 222 mm
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Provenance

Probably Baron Hendrick van Slingelandt (1702-1759);
thence by descent to the present owners

Catalogue Note

The view depicted is of the Church of St. Martin in Woudrichem, a village in the province of North Brabant. The present work can be compared to a very similar depiction of the same view by Jan de Beijer, dated 10 August 1750, in the Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam.1 Indeed it has previously been suggested that van Liender owned a sketchbook by de Beijer, which may have contained this scene.

1. Amsterdam, Rijksmuseum, Inv. no. RP-T-1898-A-3940G

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