4 July 2006
Anthony van Borssom (Amsterdam 1629-1677)
Two ducks and three ducklings (recto); Study of three chickens (verso)
pen and brown ink, watermark three balls and fragmentary foolscap
6 x 5 3/8 in. (154 x 135 mm.)
Jacob de Vos; Amsterdam, J. de Vries, 30-31 October 1833, possibly in portfolio EEE.
Jacob de Vos Jbzn. (L. 1450); Amsterdam, C. F. Roos, 22-24 May 1893, part of lot 72.
Jacobus A. Klaver (his mark, not in Lugt); Sotheby's, Amsterdam, 10 May 1994, lot 94.
Anonymous sale; Sotheby's, Amsterdam, 5 November 2002, lot 57.
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Amsterdam, Rijksmuseum, Tekeningen van oude Meesters. Der verzameling Jacobus A. Klaver, 1993, cat. 57.
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