Catalogue of the Royal Picture Gallery in Dresden

Catalogue of the Royal Picture Gallery in Dresden

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1902 edition. Excerpt: ... (N. 1574) as Pupil of Rembrandt. K 2.--(1326)--Cat. 1887: N. 1574.--C.--0,57 h.; 0,45 w. Bernaert FabritiuS. In Leiden 1658 and 1659, still alive in 1672. Pupil of Rembrandt. 1591 Bust of a young woman putting on a pearl bracelet. For merly as -unknown- among Rembrandt's pupils. Ml.--(1331)--C. on W.--0,87 h.; 0,62i w.--Ph. Jatl Asselijn (Crabbetje). Born 1610 at Dieppe in France (or Diepen near Amsterdam); died in Amsterdam 1652. Under the influence of P. van Laer in Rome. 1592 Distribution of food to beggars at the door of a monastery. Signed: J. Asselin. 1647. 9o.--(1397)--C.--0,59 h.; 0,74)4 w.--Ph. 1593 Herdsman and cattle near ruins of columns. Monogram: J. A. fa-(1398)--C.--0,96% h-; 0,75 w. 1594 A herd-boy and cattle at the water side. Monogram: J. A. 13 a.--(1399)--C.--0,43 )4 h.; 0,35% w. 1594A The ford. Coast scene. 8 a.--C.--0,33% h-; 0,40% w.--Nossky bequest. Bartholomaus van der Heist. Bom at Haarlem 1613; died at Amsterdam 1670. Celebrated portrait-painter. I 595 The wife of the burgomaster Andries Bicker of Amsterdam. Half-length. Signed: B. van der Heist 1642. Attributed to A. Backhuysen. 1641A A boat with a red sail, on a rough, grey sea. 12 b.--W.--0,37% h.; 0,49% w.--Nossky bequest. Nicolas Maes. Born at Dordrecht 1632; died at Amsterdam 1693. Pupil of Rembrandt. 1642 Bust of Mynheer Godard van Keede and Agrun. Signed: Maes 1676. 16 a.--(1571)--C.--0, -% i.; 0,32'l2 w.--Ph. Attributed to Nicolas Maes. 1643 Kitchen scene. Two women cleaning pewter plates. The signature N. MAES is spurious. The picture resembles others, signed by an otherwise unknown A. v. Maas. 13 b.--(1570)--W.--0,58 h.; 0,72'/2 w. Willem van de Velde the Younger. Born at Leiden 1633; died at Greenwich 1707. Pupil of his father W. v. de Velde..show more

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  • Paperback | 66 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 4mm | 136g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236597745
  • 9781236597748