Jacobus Storck

View of castle Tolhuis near Schenkenschans along the river Rhine, ca. 1670
Copenhagen, SMK - The Royal Collection of Graphic [..]
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Reference in ‘composite artworks’: artworks that are/were connected, such as alterpieces, decorative pieces incorporated in panelling, and works of art that were intended to be displayed together, such as pendants and series.

part of a sketch book

possibly part of a sketchbook, which also included two sheets in the same technique and almost identical dimensions with depictions of Bonn and Worms, coll. Sybrand Feitama, auction Amsterdam (De Bosch), 16 October 1758 and following days, kunstboek K, no. 93 and 94, as made around 1670 (Dattenberg 1967, p. 316, no. 349 a)
paper, pen in brown ink, grey wash, heightened in white
rectangle (landscape format) 100 x 158 mm
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Jacobus Storck
Exact or approximate dating of the described art work; the search parameters adopted for this art work in this database, are found in brackets.
c. 1670 (1666 - 1672)
dating on the basis of the following considerations: earliest dated work according to Bol from 1666 and Tolhuis Castle was burned down in 1672 when French troops under Louis XIV crossed the Rhine. Also two other related drawings by Bonn and Worms are known, in sale S. Feitama 1758 mentioned as made 'around 1670' (Sander Erkens, February 2013)
Created in
Schenkenschanz (kerkdorp/vesting Kleef) or based on a drawing made on the spot
Visual documentation
Creation date: 2013-02-18; Last modified date: 2020-12-08


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