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Albertus Brondgeest (Amsterdam 1786-1849)
This lot is offered without reserve.
Albertus Brondgeest (Amsterdam 1786-1849)

Three views in or near Bentheim: A ramshackle building at the stone quarry; View of Neuenhaus, near Bentheim (pl. 9); and The courtyard of Schüttorf Castle, Bentheim (pl. 9)

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Albertus Brondgeest (Amsterdam 1786-1849)
Three views in or near Bentheim: A ramshackle building at the stone quarry; View of Neuenhaus, near Bentheim (pl. 9); and The courtyard of Schüttorf Castle, Bentheim (pl. 9)
with inscriptions 'AB in Schuttorf 1833.' (3) and 'Steengroeven te Bentheim' (1), 'Aan de wal te Nienhaus in Bentheim' (2) and 'te Schuttorf' (3) (all three verso)
black chalk, grey wash, brown ink framing lines, one with watermark Honig (3)
9 7/8 x 12 in. (25 x 30.3 cm.); 12¾ x 15 in. (32.3 x 38.1 cm.); and 8½ x 9½ in. (21.8 x 24.2 cm.) (3)
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Lot Essay

Brondgeest represented the same ramshackle building from a different angle in a sheet now in the Rijksmuseum (RP-T-1967-2).

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