Cornelis Brouwer (1731/35-1803) after Jacob van der Ulft (1621-1689)

[Antique print, printdrawing, Rome, 1821] View of the Ponte Molle in Rome, published ca. 1821, 1 p.

Etching after a drawing by van der Ulft.

From a series of landscapes and seescapes after Dutch masters of the 17th century [See Huffel 1921, p. 33-35].

Possibly from Christiaan Josi’s series: ‘Collection d’imitations de dessins d’après les principaux maîtres hollandais et flamands, Londen, C.Josi, 1821′.

Usually, the prints from this edition bear on the verso the arms of Cornelis Ploos van Amstel, the patron of this edition. On the verso of this exemplar is the name of the former publisher C.S. Roos in pencil. The original drawing is at the Fondation Custodia in Parijs.

Lettered on the verso:’C. Brouwer Fecit / (C. S. Roos) / Excudit Amst:’ On the verso Collector’s marks of the Rijksprentenkabinet of the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam (L.699 and L.2228a).

Printdrawing on paper; total: 126 x 208 mm; damages on the left margin repaired. In large passepartout PT02R (Rome)

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Excl. VAT  125,00

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