14 - 16 December 2010
Willem van Bemmel (Utrecht 1630-1708 Neurenberg)
A classical ruin in an Italianate landscape with two travellers on a path, a ruin beyond
with inscription 'W. van Bemel' (lower right)
pen and grey ink, grey wash and black ink framing lines on paper
267 x 216 mm.
offered together with a drawing depicting a view of the Porta San Paolo in Rome, circle of Willem Schellinks (Amsterdam 1626/7-1678) and another drawing depicting Roman ruins, circle of Cornelis van Poelenburch (Utrecht 1594/5-1667) (3)
P. Visscher, Basel (L. 2115 and 2116).
C. Le Blanc; Paris, 19 April - 4 May 1852.
J.M. Dupant (L. 1440).
C. Hammer (L. 1238); J.M. Heberle, Cologne, 30 June-15 July 1897.
Unidentified collector's numbers 'No 1946' and '971' on the mount.
with H. Marcus, Amsterdam, 1968.
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Utrecht, 1978, no. 6.
Bremen/Braunschweig/Stuttgart, 1979/80, no.8.
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