ALBRECHT DÜRER | THE SATYR'S FAMILY; ST. PHILIP; AND FIVE SOLDIERS AND A TURK ON HORSEBACK (B. 69, 46, 88; M., HOLL. 65, 48, 81)
ALBRECHT DÜRER | THE SATYR'S FAMILY; ST. PHILIP; AND FIVE SOLDIERS AND A TURK ON HORSEBACK (B. 69, 46, 88; M., HOLL. 65, 48, 81)
ALBRECHT DÜRER | THE SATYR'S FAMILY; ST. PHILIP; AND FIVE SOLDIERS AND A TURK ON HORSEBACK (B. 69, 46, 88; M., HOLL. 65, 48, 81)
ALBRECHT DÜRER | THE SATYR'S FAMILY; ST. PHILIP; AND FIVE SOLDIERS AND A TURK ON HORSEBACK (B. 69, 46, 88; M., HOLL. 65, 48, 81)
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Property from the Estate of Jhr. ir. G.C. (Gijs) Six van Wimmenum (1892 – 1975)

ALBRECHT DÜRER | THE SATYR'S FAMILY; ST. PHILIP; AND FIVE SOLDIERS AND A TURK ON HORSEBACK (B. 69, 46, 88; M., HOLL. 65, 48, 81)

Estimate: 3,000 - 5,000 GBP

Property from the Estate of Jhr. ir. G.C. (Gijs) Six van Wimmenum (1892 – 1975)

ALBRECHT DÜRER | THE SATYR'S FAMILY; ST. PHILIP; AND FIVE SOLDIERS AND A TURK ON HORSEBACK (B. 69, 46, 88; M., HOLL. 65, 48, 81)

Estimate: 3,000 - 5,000 GBP

Lot Sold:3,125GBP

Lot Details

Description

Property from the Estate of Jhr. ir. G.C. (Gijs) Six van Wimmenum (1892 – 1975)

ALBRECHT DÜRER

1471 - 1528

THE SATYR'S FAMILY; ST. PHILIP; AND FIVE SOLDIERS AND A TURK ON HORSEBACK (B. 69, 46, 88; M., HOLL. 65, 48, 81)


Engraving, 1505, a Meder c-d impression; with B. 46, engraving, 1526, presumably a Meder d impression; and B. 88, engraving, 1495, a Meder d-e impression, on paper with a partial Arms of Nuremberg watermark (cf. M. 207), each unframed

smallest sheet (B. 69): 116 by 72mm 4½ by 2¾in

largest sheet (B. 88): 132 by 146mm 5½ by 5¾in

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Condition Report

B. 88: Trimmed on the plate mark, partially backed, the left and right sheet edges laid to an additional support sheet, a small loss along the upper sheet edge at right (not affecting subject), two minute perforations along upper edge, several tiny fox marks in lower half of image, a tiny white paper accretion at top of leftmost tree trunk, unframed.


B. 69: With thread margins on three sides, trimmed on the plate mark at right, a flattened horizontal crease extending across the centre with associated surface loss in places, a small glue stain above the crease, the verso with a couple of rust marks (showing though on satyr recto), unframed.


B. 46: Trimmed on plate mark at upper and lower sheet edges, with thread margins at left and right, a tiny diagonal tear extending from left sheet edge (measuring 5mm), a paper window mount partially laid to sheet edges verso, with associated discoloration verso and a soft ridge recto, a tiny green stain verso showing faintly through recto in his robe, unframed.


In response to your inquiry, we are pleased to provide you with a general report of the condition of the property described above. Since we are not professional conservators or restorers, we urge you to consult with a restorer or conservator of your choice who will be better able to provide a detailed, professional report. Prospective buyers should inspect each lot to satisfy themselves as to condition and must understand that any statement made by Sotheby's is merely a subjective, qualified opinion. Prospective buyers should also refer to any Important Notices regarding this sale, which are printed in the Sale Catalogue.

NOTWITHSTANDING THIS REPORT OR ANY DISCUSSIONS CONCERNING A LOT, ALL LOTS ARE OFFERED AND SOLD AS IS" IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE CONDITIONS OF BUSINESS PRINTED IN THE SALE CATALOGUE.

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Provenance

The collection of Prof. Jhr. Dr. Jan Six van Hillegom en Wimmenum (1857 - 1926), sold in his sale at Frederik Muller & Cie, Amsterdam, 17-18 October 1928, Lot 525; where acquired by his son Jhr. ir. G.C. (Gijs) Six van Wimmenum (1892 – 1975); thence by descent to the present owners

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