KAREL DUJARDIN | Studies of sheep
KAREL DUJARDIN | Studies of sheep
KAREL DUJARDIN | Studies of sheep
KAREL DUJARDIN | Studies of sheep
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KAREL DUJARDIN | Studies of sheep

Estimate: 800 - 1,200 GBP

KAREL DUJARDIN | Studies of sheep

Estimate: 800 - 1,200 GBP

Lot Details

Description

KAREL DUJARDIN

Amsterdam 1626 - 1678 Venice

Studies of sheep


Pen and black ink and black chalk with point of the brush and grey wash;

bears inscription in black chalk, verso: No. 67 / Du Jardin ? N.R

134 by 220 mm (drawing)

326 by 350 mm (mount)


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Condition Report

Laid down on Japan paper. Sheet has discoloured slightly. Pen and ink, chalk and wash remain strong and vibrant.

Sold unframed.


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Cataloguing

Provenance

Heinrich Wilhelm Campe (L.1391),

his sale, Leipzig, C.G. Boerner, 25 April 1921, lot 41

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