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E. Xavery

Portrait of Jan Willemsz. (1746-1801), jaren 1801
Amsterdam, , inv./cat.nr. AK 116
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Object information
Object category
portrait miniature, drawing
Physical connection
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.

double sided drawing

aan de achterzijde is een landschap geplakt (penseel in kleur, 1984). Echter niet aangetroffen door museum, maart 1998
Support/medium
paper, brush in color
Shape/dimensions
upright oval 157 x 130 mm
maten ovaal, gemonteerd op een zwart gekleurd blad dat aan de onderkant is vastgemaakt aan een blad met een gedicht door C.J. Xavery (onderschrift daarvan: In Amsterdam, den 16 July, 1801, door C.J. Xavery, oud 57 jaar)
Signature/inscription
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Current attribution
E. Xavery
Date
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180s1 (1801 - 1810)
Represented
IB number
Number related to the portrait iconography collection RKD.
113035
Identification based on
achterschrift
Artistically related
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  • other copy of

    In juli 1950 staat er op een lijst van Mak van Waay om te worden verkocht: ‘Rijmprent JanWillemsz. (met werkstuk) (mededeling eigenaar).

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Entered on: 2003-02-24; Last modification: 2016-12-27

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