10 December 2014
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Attributed to Johann Edler Goll van Frankenstein (Frankfurt 1722-1785 Velsen)
Elegant figures in a riverside park (recto); Studies of cows, figures and gateposts (verso)
black chalk, grey and brown wash, black chalk framing lines (recto); black chalk (verso), watermark PRO PATRIA
12¾ x 16¼ in. (32.2 x 41.2 cm.)
Presumably Johann Goll van Frankenstein II (1756-1821), by descent to
Catherina Anthonia Goll van Frankenstein (1798-1854), by descent to her son
Emil Pieter Bijleveld (1842-1898), by descent to his son
Frank David Bijleveld (1879-1960).
J. de Jong Schouwenbourg.
Presented to I.Q. van Regteren Altena on 27 April 1962 on the occasion of his retirement as Director of the Rijksprentenkabinet in memory of P.W. van Doore.
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