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118
Dirk Bosboom
CHRIST AND THE WOMAN OF SAMARIA
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2,0003,000
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118
Dirk Bosboom
CHRIST AND THE WOMAN OF SAMARIA
Estimate
2,0003,000
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Dirk Bosboom
NIJMEGEN 1641 - AFTER 1682 AMSTERDAM
CHRIST AND THE WOMAN OF SAMARIA
Pen and brown ink and wash over black chalk, within brown ink framing lines;
signed with initials and dated: D.B. f. 1675 10/17
154 by 199 mm
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Catalogue Note

Bosboom was the son of Simon Bosboom, one of the architects who worked with Jacob van Campen on the Paleis op de Dam, Amsterdam.  The drawing was made as one of a series of biblical illustrations, from which other sheets, all similarly signed and dated, are in Weimar, London, and formerly in the Robert Witt Collection.1

1.  The Visitation, Weimar, Schlossmuseum, inv. KK4802; The Presentation in the Temple, London, Courtauld Gallery, inv. D.1955 W.F. 4633; formerly Robert Witt Collection, London

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