30 January 2009
German School, 16th Century
A wild boar
with inscription 'Sanglien'
bodycolor, watermark device
10¼ x 15 1/8 in. (260 x 384 mm.), the corners cut; and Dirk Stoop, A saddled horse seen from the rear; Heinrich Wilhelm Schweickardt, A goat; Johann Georg Winter, A boar; Flemish School, 17th Century, A double-sided sheet of studies of animals: birds, bulls and an elephant; Dutch School, 18th Century, A dog in a landscape (recto), A bull (verso); and Eduardo Zamacois y Zabala, A saddled donkey (7)
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Binghamton, University Art Gallery, State University of New York at Binghamton and elsewhere, Drawings from the Held Collection, 1970, no. 100 (as Workshop of Cranach, German School, 16th Century) (1).
According to an inscription on the mount, Dr. Peter Dreyer suggested that the bodycolor of a wild boar was after a composition by Hans Verhagen, a version of which is part of a codex in Pisa (Ms. 514).
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