27 January 2010
Isaac de Moucheron (Amsterdam 1667-1744)
An Italianate river landscape with horsemen in the foreground; and An Italianate landscape with travellers and donkeys on a hilly road
both signed and dated 'I. Moucheron. Fecit 1712'
black chalk, pen and grey ink, grey and brown wash, black ink framing lines, one with fragmentary watermark
6¼ x 9¾ in. (16.5 x 24.7 cm.)
Sybrand II Feitama, Amsterdam, purchased from T. Smits in 1754 (according to his inventory); Amsterdam, 16 October 1758 and following days, album K, lots 9 and 10 (50 fl. to Fouquet).
Pieter Fouquet, Amsterdam.
Private collection, Germany.
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N. Wedde, Isaac de Moucheron (1667-1744). His Life and Works with a Catalogue Raisonné of his Drawings, Watercolours, Paintings and Etchings, Frankfurt, 1996, I, p. 75.
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