Title
Allegory of truth with Minerva chasing the vices in a semi-circular niche [Drawing]
Inscriptions
Signed in lower left corner, in pen and black ink: 'J. Dewit Fecit'; verso: inscribed in graphite: 'Vte Ellinckhuysen / Amsterdam 16 April 79 / [illegible]' and '590'
Author(s)
de Wit, Jacob (1695-1754) - Graveur. Artist
Imprint
[s.a.]
Collation
1 drawing : pen and grey ink, brown wash, traces of black chalk, heightened with white gouache, on beige paper ; 227 x 175 mm
Material
tinted paper
Copy (note)
S.II 133712
No watermark
Mark KBR in black ink (Lugt 1741); verso: mark KBR (not in Lugt) and mark Adalbert von Lanna (Lugt 2773) in black ink
Binding (note)
Ignatius Franciscus Ellinckhuysen, Rotterdam (1814-1897); his sale, Amsterdam, 16-17 April 1879, lot 316; Adalbert von Lanna, Prague (1838-1900); his sale, Stuttgart (Gutekunst), 30 May 1910
Url digitised version
Allegory of truth with Minerva chasing the vices in a semi-circular niche - https://uurl.kbr.be/1193470
Subject(s)
ISBD
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Allegory of truth with Minerva chasing the vices in a semi-circular niche [Drawing]. - [s.a.]. - 1 drawing : pen and grey ink, brown wash, traces of black chalk, heightened with white gouache, on beige paper ; 227 x 175 mm. - S.II 133712 ; No watermark ; Mark KBR in black ink (Lugt 1741); verso: mark KBR (not in Lugt) and mark Adalbert von Lanna (Lugt 2773) in black ink . - Ignatius Franciscus Ellinckhuysen, Rotterdam (1814-1897); his sale, Amsterdam, 16-17 April 1879, lot 316; Adalbert von Lanna, Prague (1838-1900); his sale, Stuttgart (Gutekunst), 30 May 1910.
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