5 December 2006
Josua de Grave (Amsterdam 1643-1712 The Hague)
A rocky landscape with travellers on a path
signed and dated 'Josua De Grave: inventor: 1710: 11: m 26 :d'
black chalk, pen and brown ink, brown and grey wash, pen and brown ink framing lines
5½ x 7¼ in. (143 x 183 mm.)
An unidentified collector's mount, with attribution 'Waterloo'. Anonymous sale; Christie's, 24 May 1921, part of lot 12.
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