24 November 1992
Aert Schouman (1710-1792)
The Hoornburg on the Road between Delft and The Hague
signed, dated and inscribed 'A:S.1750./DE HOORNBRUG tussen DELFT, en s:HAAGE.'; pencil, grey wash, brown ink framing lines, watermark Pro Patria
204 x 316 mm.
Acquired in Geneva, 1959
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One of a group of topographical drawings of similar size and technique dated 1746-50, L.J. Bol, Aart Schouman, Ingenious Painter and Draughtsman, Doornspijk, 1991, pp. 68-9, figs. 54a-d
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