10 December 2014
This lot is offered without a reserve
Attributed to Joris van der Haagen (Arnhem or Dordrecht 1615-1669 The Hague)
Study of a tree
with inscription 'J v d. Hagen' (mount)
black and white chalk on blue paper, black ink framing lines
10 x 8¼ in. (25.9 x 21.1 cm.)
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J.K. van der Haagen, De schilders van der Haagen, Voorburg, 1932, no. 274.
Similar in style to a drawing by van der Haagen of A wooded landscape, on grey paper, in the Kunsthalle, Bremen (inv. 1001).
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