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JORDANUS HOORN | Seated man in a hat

JORDANUS HOORN | Seated man in a hat

JORDANUS HOORN | Seated man in a hat


Amersfoort 1753 - 1833

Seated man in a hat

Black chalk within black chalk framing lines;

bears later inscription in pencil, versoJordanus Hoorn (1753-1833)

334 by 245 mm (drawing)

499 by 349 mm (mount)

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Hinged to mount at upper margin. Some light staining at the upper margin and stains in four corners from the glue when attached to mount. Overall in fairly good condition. Chalk is strong and vibrant.

Sold unframed.

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