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MASTER OF THE DRAPERY STUDIES (CIRCLE OF)

MASTER OF THE DRAPERY STUDIES (CIRCLE OF)

(active Strasbourg, 1470 - 1500)

Luke the Evangelist with the ox.

Pen and black ink on laid paper with watermark: High Crown (fragmented), cf. Heawood 1166-1169; Meder 21), c. 1500/20.

16.5 cm (circular).


Sold for CHF 1 875 (including buyer’s premium)
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CHRISTOPH MURER

CHRISTOPH MURER

(Zurich 1558 - 1614 Winterthur)

The Three Graces. Circa 1585/87.

Pen and black ink, grey wash, heightened in white, on laid paper with grey ground.

20.4 x 15.1 cm.


Sold for CHF 14 940 (including buyer’s premium)
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CENTRAL SWITZERLAND, CIRCA 1600

CENTRAL SWITZERLAND, CIRCA 1600

The Last Judgement. Design for a glass plane. Circa 1600.

Pen and brown and red ink.

32.3 x 20.9 cm.


Sold for CHF 1 125 (including buyer’s premium)
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SWITZERLAND, 16TH CENTURY

SWITZERLAND, 16TH CENTURY

Design for stained glass with an uninterpreted scene.

Pen and black ink, grey and brown wash.

Dated in black pen lower centre: 1542.

31.4 x 21 cm.


Sold for CHF 1 625 (including buyer’s premium)
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GROSSHANS THOMANN

GROSSHANS THOMANN

(1525 Zurich 1567)

Design for stained glass with Aristotle and Phyllis. Walder-Zürich coat of arms, 1560.

Pen and black ink. On laid paper with watermark: Zürich escutcheon between lions.

Numbered and inscribed at upper edge: N.2. Aristoteles bist du gsyn wys vnd Kunstrich / So düst im zwar hie vngelyck. Inscribed below the image: M(eister). Felix Wallder 1560.

29.7 x 20.9 cm


Sold for CHF 2 125 (including buyer’s premium)
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NETHERLANDISH, 17TH CENTURY

NETHERLANDISH, 17TH CENTURY

Joseph fleeing from Potiphar's wife. Verso: caricature of a soldier.

Black chalk, brush and grey ink, heightened in white on blue laid paper. Verso: pen and brown ink.

27.5 x 21.5 cm.


Sold for CHF 1 500 (including buyer’s premium)
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NETHERLANDISH, 18TH/19TH CENTURY

NETHERLANDISH, 18TH/19TH CENTURY

The cake seller.

Black chalk, pen and brown and black ink, brown wash.

27.2 x 23 cm.


Sold for CHF 5 000 (including buyer’s premium)
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DAVID TENIERS II (18TH CENTURY FOLLOWER)

DAVID TENIERS II (18TH CENTURY FOLLOWER)

(Antwerp 1610 - 1690 Brussels)

The temptation of Saint Anthony in a rock grotto.

Pen and brush and grey and brown ink, black chalk, squared in black pencil.

Old attribution on backing verso: David Teniers le vieux.

43.8 x 57.5 cm.


Sold for CHF 1 125 (including buyer’s premium)
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ROMEYN DE HOOGHE

ROMEYN DE HOOGHE

(Amsterdam 1645 - 1708 Haarlem)

Three partly crowned female allegories holding scrolls.

Pen and brown ink, brush in brown, blue, white and gold on blue laid paper.

Inscribed in pencil on the mount: Roman de Hooge.

15.5 x 9 cm.


Sold for CHF 813 (including buyer’s premium)
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JAN WYNANTS

JAN WYNANTS

(Haarlem 1632 - 1684 Amsterdam)

Hilly landscape with a farmhouse, a village in the background.

Black chalk, grey wash. The still partially visible framing line in brown pen.

Old inscription on the mat: Wynants.

12 x 17.8 cm.


Sold for CHF 1 000 (including buyer’s premium)
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HENDRICK GOLTZIUS (CIRCLE OF)

HENDRICK GOLTZIUS (CIRCLE OF)

(Brüggen 1558 - 1617 Haarlem)

Young woman with eyes closed, her head supported by one arm. Probably a portrait of Sophia Goltzius.

Pen and brown ink.

16.1 x 18.3 cm.


Sold for CHF 4 750 (including buyer’s premium)
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WILLEM VAN DE VELDE II (ATTRIBUTED)

WILLEM VAN DE VELDE II (ATTRIBUTED)

(Leiden 1633 - 1707 Greenwich)

Three-master and other boats in a calm sea.

Pen and brown ink, black chalk.

Inscribed in black pencil lower right and on verso: Vandevelde.

20 x 28 cm.


Sold for CHF 1 500 (including buyer’s premium)
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CHARLES-NICOLAS COCHIN II (ATTRIBUTED)

CHARLES-NICOLAS COCHIN II (ATTRIBUTED)

(1715 Paris 1790)

Interior scene with a wedding party. From the life of Henry IV.

Red chalk.

Old contemporary mount with old inscription in brown pen on the reverse: Par, Raoux. un épisode du temps d' Henry IV.- Dessin d' un grand nombre de figures precisement terminés a la sanguine. No.2.

23.7 x 35.5 cm. Framed.


Sold for CHF 1 250 (including buyer’s premium)
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JOHANN GEORG WILLE

JOHANN GEORG WILLE

(Giessen 1715 - 1808 Paris)

Landscape with a group in conversation.

Black pen, grey wash. The framing line in black pen.

Signed upper right: Wille d.

17.2 x 23 cm


Sold for CHF 625 (including buyer’s premium)
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ANTOINE COYPEL (ATTRIBUTED)

ANTOINE COYPEL (ATTRIBUTED)

(1661 Paris 1722)

Heracles embracing the freed Deïaneira, with the slain centaur Nessus lying on the ground next to them.

Red and black chalk on laid paper with watermark: Foolscap.

Old numbering in brown pen lower right: 47; the verso with old inscription in brown pen: Jordans.

20.2 x 25 cm.


Sold for CHF 1 875 (including buyer’s premium)
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FONTAINEBLEAU SCHOOL, CIRCA 1600

FONTAINEBLEAU SCHOOL, CIRCA 1600

Ornamental arch with two reclining female figures.

Pen and brush and brown ink on parchment.

9.8 x 20.5 cm.


Sold for CHF 938 (including buyer’s premium)
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FRENCH, 18TH CENTURY

FRENCH, 18TH CENTURY

Putti navigating a boat loaded with shells and treasures.

Black chalk.

23.7 x 21 cm.


Sold for CHF 1 000 (including buyer’s premium)
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WOLFGANG-ADAM TÖPFFER (ATTRIBUTED)

WOLFGANG-ADAM TÖPFFER (ATTRIBUTED)

(1766 Geneva 1847)

Wooded area with figures resting on a path.

Black chalk, brush in brown and white. On paper with brown ground.

30.9 x 42 cm. Framed.


Sold for CHF 438 (including buyer’s premium)
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WOLFGANG-ADAM TÖPFFER

WOLFGANG-ADAM TÖPFFER

(1766 Geneva 1847)

A shady rocky valley with trees and path, a waterfall in the background.

Pen and brush and brown and grey ink, heightened in white. The framing line in black pen.

Monogrammed (ligature) in black pen at lower right edge: AT. Inscribed by another hand in brown pen on the backing sheet below the image: Dessin par M. Töpffer pére 1825.

45.5 x 60.8 cm. Framed.


Sold for CHF 5 000 (including buyer’s premium)
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GEORG EMANUEL OPIZ

GEORG EMANUEL OPIZ

(Prague 1775 - 1841 Leipzig)

Six scenes of life during the Biedermeier period. Comprising: 1. At the annual fair; 2. The wine tasting session; 3. The physical examination; 4. The school lesson; 5. The fortune teller in the kitchen; 6. The gentlemen's group in the reading room.

Watercolour, pen and black ink.

All sheets signed in black pen: Opiz. inv. & del.

From 21.7 x 26.7 to 23.3 x 31.5 cm.


Sold for CHF 4 000 (including buyer’s premium)
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LOUIS LÉOPOLD ROBERT

LOUIS LÉOPOLD ROBERT

(La Chaux-de-Fonds 1794 - 1835 Venice)

Study of a dancing Italian man, 1830.

Black and white chalk on paper with brown ground.

54 x 41 cm. Framed.


Sold for CHF 3 000 (including buyer’s premium)
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BARTHÉLEMY MENN

BARTHÉLEMY MENN

(1815 Geneva 1893)

Study of a group of people.

Pen and brush and brown and grey-brown ink.

14 x 11 cm. Framed.


Sold for CHF 2 750 (including buyer’s premium)
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GUSTAVE COURBET

GUSTAVE COURBET

(Ornans 1819 - 1877 La Tour-de-Peilz)

Self-portrait in a hammock, surrounded by a group of women. Circa 1843-1855.

Black, red and white chalk.

With blind stamp "Latelier de Gustave Courbet” lower left and right.

43.5 x 42 cm (unevenly trimmed fragment).


Sold for CHF 30 800 (including buyer’s premium)
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ADRIAN LUDWIG RICHTER

ADRIAN LUDWIG RICHTER

(1803 Dresden 1884)

Storytelling before a Biedermeier cabinet. Verso: landscape and figure study.

Pencil on laid paper.

11.6 x 16 cm.


Sold for CHF 625 (including buyer’s premium)
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DANIEL NIKOLAUS CHODOWIECKI

DANIEL NIKOLAUS CHODOWIECKI

(Danzig 1726 - 1801 Berlin)

Four scenes on one sheet: Theologische Disputation; der schlafende Plato; Vorschmack der künftigen Glückseligkeit; Abschied.

Silverpoint, pen and brown ink, heightened in white. The framing line in pen and gold.

Each titled above the depictions, signed and dated in silverpoint at right lower edge: gez: von D. Chodowiecki in Dantzig 1780.

19.2 x 12.5 (sheet dimension). Framed.


Sold for CHF 2 250 (including buyer’s premium)
All information is subject to change.