10 December 2014
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Jurriaan Andriessen (Amsterdam 1742-1819)
The Tomb of Phaëton
inscribed 'het Graf von Faëton' and 'bÿ Coh[...] (verso)
traces of pencil, pen and grey ink, watercolour, black ink framing lines on a fictive mount
7¾ x 4¾ in. (19.9 x 12 cm.)
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R. Harmanni, Juriaan Andriessen (1742-1819), 'behangselschilder', Leiden, 2006, III, p. 588.
According to Richard Harmanni (op. cit.), this is probably a study for a wallpaper, dating from circa 1790-1800.
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