VINCENT LAURENSZ. VAN DER VINNE I | THE VILLAGE OF LISSE NEAR HAARLEM
VINCENT LAURENSZ. VAN DER VINNE I
Haarlem 1628 - 1702
THE VILLAGE OF LISSE NEAR HAARLEM
Pen and brown ink and watercolour over black chalk;
signed in pen and brown ink lower left: V.L.v.d. Vinne and also bears two black chalk inscriptions, verso: T. Dorp. Liss and Gezicht van't Dorp Lisse bij Haarlem
130 by 265 mm
Hinged to the mount at the upper margin. Two brown stains at the upper margin from hinge mounting. Overall in fairly good condition. Some light scattered foxing, barely visible. Sold framed.
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Ernst Jürgen Otto (L.873b)
Walther Bernt, Die niederländischen Zeichner des 17. Jahrhunderts, Munich, 1958, vol. II, pl. 642
Providence, Rhode Island, Rhode Island School of Design, Northern Baroque Paintings and Drawings from the Collection of Mr. and Mrs. Henry H. Weldon, 1964, no. 36, reproduced;
New York, Finch College Museum of Art, The Collection of Mr. and Mrs. Henry H. Weldon, 1966, no. 44
Van der Vinne was one of the most able of the Haarlem artists who carried the city's illustrious landscape traditions forward to the end of the 17th century.