Johannes Anthonie Balthasar Stroebel (1821-1905)
Johannes Anthonie Balthasar Stroebel (1821-1905)

An Interior with Musicians performing before a Civic Guard Company

Details
Johannes Anthonie Balthasar Stroebel (1821-1905)
An Interior with Musicians performing before a Civic Guard Company
signed with initials and dated 'J St. 59'
black chalk, pen and brown ink
292 x 320 mm.; a double sided drawing of figures in an interior by the same hand; two drawings of a man in his deathbed, and his burial attributed to J.W. Kaiser (1813-1900); and a watercolour of a war scene attributed to B. Wittkamp (1817-1900) (5)
Provenance
(1-2) J. den Hartogh, Zeist, 1965
(3-4) With Knuf, Amsterdam, 1954
(5) Anon. sale; Brandt, Amsterdam

Lot Essay

(1) A comparable picture, dated 1854, was sold in these Rooms, 8 March 1984, lot 3, with some changes in the figures
(2) This is a favourite subject of the artist, comparable to his picture dated 1865, sold, Glerum, The Hague, 9 October 1993, lot 83

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