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Christiaan Andriessen (Amsterdam 1775-1846)
This lot is offered without reserve.
Christiaan Andriessen (Amsterdam 1775-1846)

A page from the artist's illustrated diary: A tea house

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Christiaan Andriessen (Amsterdam 1775-1846)
A page from the artist's illustrated diary: A tea house
with signature 'J: Andriessen' (verso), dated '10 Julij' and inscribed 'Koepel van Meermond'
traces of pencil, point of the brush and black ink, grey wash
7 1/8 x 10 1/8 in. (18.1 x 25.9 cm.)
Provenance
Dentz van Schaik collection, Amsterdam (according to an inscription on the mount).
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Lot Essay

For Christiaan Andriessen's illustrated diary, see lot 41.
The Meermondt house was located on the Amsteldijk. The tea house appears in a drawing by Tinus de Jogh in the Stadsarchief, Amsterdam (Inv. 10097/1007).

The drawing dates from 1805 according to Robert Jan te Rijdt whom we thank for his help in cataloguing this lot.

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