DUTCH SCHOOL, 17TH CENTURY | STUDY OF A BOY STANDING ON ONE LEG
DUTCH SCHOOL, 17TH CENTURY | STUDY OF A BOY STANDING ON ONE LEG
DUTCH SCHOOL, 17TH CENTURY | STUDY OF A BOY STANDING ON ONE LEG
DUTCH SCHOOL, 17TH CENTURY | STUDY OF A BOY STANDING ON ONE LEG
DUTCH SCHOOL, 17TH CENTURY | STUDY OF A BOY STANDING ON ONE LEG
DUTCH SCHOOL, 17TH CENTURY | STUDY OF A BOY STANDING ON ONE LEG
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SOLD WITHOUT RESERVE

DUTCH SCHOOL, 17TH CENTURY | STUDY OF A BOY STANDING ON ONE LEG

Estimate: 800 - 1,200 USD

SOLD WITHOUT RESERVE

DUTCH SCHOOL, 17TH CENTURY | STUDY OF A BOY STANDING ON ONE LEG

Estimate: 800 - 1,200 USD

Lot Sold:8,750USD
(38 bids, reserve met)

Lot Details

Description

SOLD WITHOUT RESERVE


DUTCH SCHOOL, 17TH CENTURY

STUDY OF A BOY STANDING ON ONE LEG


Black, red and yellow chalk, heightened with white, on blue paper;

bears early inscriptions in pen and ink, on the reverse of the backing: 3, Noand Vte.,  and later inscriptions, in black chalk: Berent Avercamp (deleted) / Willem Buyteweg  and  WOttley / Given me by my Brother / Herbert, March 24 1857

sheet: 13⅝ by 9¾ in; 343 by 246 mm

framed: 24 by 18 in; 610 by 457 mm

Condition Report

Laid down. Horizontal fold across centre. Som minor foxing and abrasion. Small losses in corners. Otherwise in reasonably good condition.


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Cataloguing

Provenance

Herbert Ottley (b.1826),

by whom given, on 24 March 1857, to his brother, Warner Ottley, Jnr. (b.1811)

Catalogue Note

Herbert and Warner Ottley were the nephews of the celebrated keeper of the Department of Prints and Drawings at the British Museum, William Young Ottley (1771-1836).

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Online bidding closed30 Oct 2019 | 05:11 PM GMT