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Egbert van Drielst
TRAVELLERS ON A ROAD THROUGH A WOOD, NEAR A FARM AT MIDLAREN
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Egbert van Drielst
TRAVELLERS ON A ROAD THROUGH A WOOD, NEAR A FARM AT MIDLAREN
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Egbert van Drielst
GRONINGEN 1746 - 1818 AMSTERDAM
TRAVELLERS ON A ROAD THROUGH A WOOD, NEAR A FARM AT MIDLAREN
Black chalk and watercolor, within brown ink framing lines;
signed and dated in brown ink, verso: E. van; Drielst 1805 and inscribed in pencil, verso: t Midlaaren in het Landschap Drenthe
347 by 478 mm; 13 5/8  by 18 3/4  in
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來源

With H. Marcus, Amsterdam;
Hans van Leeuwen, Amerongen, (L.2799a),
his sale, Amsterdam, Christie's, 24 November 1992, lot 283,
where acquired by the present owners

展覽

Bonn, Rheinisches Landesmuseum; Saarbrücken, Saarländisches Museum; Bochum, Städtische Kunstgalerie, Niederländische Zeichnungen des 17. bis 19. Jahrhunderts aus der Sammlung Hans van Leeuwen, 1968-9, no. 37;
Rheydt, Städtisches Museum Schloss Rheydt, Niederländische Zeichnungen des 17. bis 19. Jahrhunderts aus der Sammlung Hans van Leeuwen, 1971, no. 19;
Amsterdam, Rijksmuseum, De Verzameling van H. van Leeuwen, 1975-6, no. 33;
Bremen, Kunsthalle; Braunschweig, Städtisches Museum; Stuttgart, Galerie der Stadt Stuttgart, Meisterzeichnungen aus drei Jahrhunderten, Niederländische Handzeichnungen des 17. bis 19 Jahrhunderts aus der Sammlung Hans van Leeuwen, 1979-80, no. 35;
Fribourg, Musée d'Art et d'Histoire; Passau, Oberhausmuseum; Trier, Städtisches Museum; Nuremberg, Dürerhaus, Meisterzeichnungen des 17. bis 19. Jahrhunderts aus der Sammlung Hans van Leeuwen1982-4, no. 22;
Boston, St. Botolph Club, A Selection of Dutch 18th Century Drawings and Watercolors from the Gordon Collection, 2003, no. 4

相關資料

Much of Van Drielst's work is, like the present lot, dominated by the presence of large, irregularly shaped trees that the artist was known to seek out on his annual trips to the province of Drenthe, in the northeast of the Netherlands. The artist traveled to this region from 1772 onward, often specifically on sketching tours, frequently recording the names of the hamlets he visited through the numerous inscriptions found on the versos of his drawings.
The inscription on the verso of this particular work allows us to locate its origin to the small village of Midlaren, not far from the artist's native Groningen, a location that we know, through other surviving drawings, Van Drielst visited over the course of a number of years. Other examples of drawings that can be firmly located, through the artist's inscriptions, to Midlaren include A Farm in Midlaren, Drenthe, in the Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam,1 and A seated woman with child, at the bend of a road, Midlaren, in the Amsterdam Museum.2

1. Amsterdam, Rijksmuseum, inv. no. RP-T-1918-21
2. See B. Gerlagh and E. Koolhaas-Grosveld, Egbert van Drielst 1745-1818, Zwolle 1995, p. 22, fig. 11

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