15. [Flemish and Dutch school]
Various techniques and conditions.
1. A goldsmith in his workshop. Ca. 1650. Pen and brown ink. 15 x 15 cm, laid paper, unsigned (some brown stains, smudged).-- 2. Circle of Verbruggen, Hendrik-Frans - The Ark of Covenant. Ca. 1700. Pen and brown ink, 22 x 18,5 cm, oval laid paper, unsigned (smudged, some min. creases).-- 3. Dutch school. - Bearded man in profile. Ca. 1770-1800. Graphite with framing lines in black ink. 19 x 14,2 cm, laid paper with Dutch watermark, signed "Bol" (min. glue traces at corners).-- 4. Bearded man, possibly a prophet. Ca. 1730. Black chalk on brown laid paper with English watermark of 1720 (Heawood 458), 19,6 x 17,6 cm, unsigned (dampstains, small holes at lower right).-- 5. After Raphael - Allegorical river goddess. 18th c. Graphite, 22,7 x 33,5 cm, laid paper, unsigned (edges rubbed, large crease in upper right corner, some brown stains).-- 6. Landscape with village. Late 18th c. Grey wash later added framing lines in black ink, 14 x 18,5 cm, vellum paper, unsigned.-- 7. Juno visiting Venus and Cupid. 18th c. Gouache, 22,6 x 30 cm, laid paper, unsigned (some creases).
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