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Attributed to Hendrik Spilman (Amsterdam 1721-1784 Haarlem)
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Attributed to Hendrik Spilman (Amsterdam 1721-1784 Haarlem)

View of the Spaarnwouder or Amsterdamse Poort, Haarlem, by moonlight

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Attributed to Hendrik Spilman (Amsterdam 1721-1784 Haarlem)
View of the Spaarnwouder or Amsterdamse Poort, Haarlem, by moonlight
with inscriptions 'Spaarwouder, of Amsterdamse poort te Haarlem' and 'Spilman' (on the mount)
point of the brush and black ink, grey wash on blue paper, black ink framing lines
5 5/8 x 6 5/8 in. (14.2 x 16.8 cm.); and four further drawings:
a. Hendrik Spilman (1721-1784), A river landscape and A beach scene (pl. 6)
b. Gerrit Hulseboom (1784-1863), Studies of a rowing boat and a lee board (pl. 6), and
c. Follower of Johannes Christiaan Schotel, Boats in a choppy estuary (recto); Sketch of a sailing boat (verso) (pl. 6) (5)
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A drawing in a comparable technique, also executed on blue paper, is in the collection of the Universiteit, Leiden (inv. PK-T-AW-156).

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