Vinne, Vincent Jansz. van der (1736-1811)

[Original drawing] Aan de Brouwersvaart / Haarlem, 1800-1850.

Drawing representing the outskirts of Haarlem, in the woods, with hunters and their dogs. A shepherd with a flock coming towards the viewer from the background.
Signed on the bottom left: ‘Vincent v/d Vinne fe. / aande Brouwersvaart / Haarlem”. A watermark is visible towards the bottom of the drawing, belongs to I. Whatman (active in Kent 1760-1850).

Van de Vinne was active as flowers painter and interiors decorator. He decorated whole rooms, though little has survived of the work he did for example for Teylers Stichting in Haarlem. His virtuoso painterly style allowed him to create amusing visual illusions.

Drawing on paper; black chalk, gray wash. Total: 354 x 428 mm; some foxing; traces of earlier mountings on the verso, especially on the four corners. On the left and right margins, traces of rust of pins probably used to hang the drawing.Traces of a crease on the bottom left corner. Margins in reasonably good condition.

Incl. BTW  961,95

Excl. BTW  795,00

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