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Attributed to Simon Jacobsz. de Vlieger

Study of an Oak Tree in Woodland

Estimate:

3,000

to
- 4,000 GBP

Attributed to Simon Jacobsz. de Vlieger

Attributed to Simon Jacobsz. de Vlieger

Study of an Oak Tree in Woodland

Study of an Oak Tree in Woodland

Estimate:

3,000

to
- 4,000 GBP

Lot sold:

6,300

GBP

Simon Jacobsz. de Vlieger

Rotterdam circa 1600/1 - 1653 Weesp

Study of an Oak Tree in Woodland


Black chalk and grey wash, within black chalk framing lines

unframed: 481 by 326 mm

framed: 665 by 505 mm

Hinged to the mount at the left margin. Overall in good condition. The tip of the upper left corner is missing and there is some light staining around the edges of the sheet. There is a faint crease near the upper left margin. Overall black chalk remains strong and vibrant.

Sold framed.


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With Alister Mathews,
where acquired, in 1952, by Michael Ingram (bears his collector's mark, not in Lugt),
by whose executors sold, London, Sotheby's, The Ingram Collection: Drawings and Watercolours from the Collection of the Late Michael Ingram, 8 December 2005, lot 9