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Dirk Salm (Amsterdam 1803-1838)
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Dirk Salm (Amsterdam 1803-1838)

Three feathers

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Dirk Salm (Amsterdam 1803-1838)
Three feathers
signed 'Dirk Salm'
pencil, watercolour and gum arabic, pencil and black ink framing lines
5¾ x 7¾ in. (14.5 x 19.6 cm.); and another drawing:
a. Jean Bernard (1765-1833), Two pea-pods on a stem (pl. 2) (2)
Exhibited
The Hague, Gemeenemuseum 's-Gravenhage, Nederlandsche aquarellen van 1780-1830, 1942, no. 101 (catalogue by D.J. Balfoort and K.G. Boon).
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Lot Essay

Salm, who spent his entire career in his native Amsterdam, was an amateur still life painter. According to the collection files, a very similar study was formerly with Bianchi, Amsterdam. Signed and dated '1828', that drawing suggests the likely date of the present work.

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