Dutch & Flemish

Allaert van Everdingen (Alkmaar 1621 - Amsterdam 1675) Month of August (Virgo): The Harvest brush and grey and brown wash
11.1 x 12.8 cm (4⅜ x 5 in)
Cornelis de Man (Delft 1621 - Delft 1706) Two Men, One Elaborately Dressed, before a Fireplace, a Woman in a Kitchen Beyond (Recto); A Woman Bending forwards in Work, and a Dancing Putto (Verso) pen and brown ink and wash, over black chalk (recto); black lead (verso)
13.2 x 17.7 cm (5¼ x 7 in)
Esaias van de Velde (Amsterdam 1587 - The Hague 1630) A River Scene with Rowing Boats, Cottages on the Shore and a Windmill in the Distance bears inscription in black chalk, (lower left), either partial van Goyen monogram: ‘VG’, or partially effaced ‘VELDE’ signature
black chalk and grey wash
18.4 x 30 cm (7¼ x 11¾ in)
Hendrik Verschuring (Gorinchem 1627 - Dordrecht 1690) A Horse Market with Arabian Merchants in the Campo Vaccino, Rome signed with a monogram in brown ink ‘HVS. f.’ (lower left)
pen and brown ink and grey wash with touches of black chalk, within brown ink framing lines
31 x 41.5 cm (12¼ x 16¼ in)
Jacob Cats (Altona 1741 - Amsterdam 1799) Winter Landscape with Peasants with a Sledge by a Farm, a Town Beyond signed, dated, and numbered in brown ink ‘664 / J: Cats Ao 1795’ (verso)
black chalk and grey and brown wash, and touches of white heightening, within brown ink framing lines
27.2 x 35.9 cm (10⅝ x 14 in)
Jacob Cats (Altona 1741 - Amsterdam 1799) A Swineherd with Three Pigs on a Track, a Windmill Beyond & A Peasant Watering his Animals at a Ford signed, dated and inscribed 'Bij Heemskerk J: Cats Ao 1772' (verso, 1)
black chalk, pen and grey and brown ink, grey wash, pen and grey ink framing lines, a pair (2)
16.2 x 21.3 cm (6⅜ x 8⅜ in); 17.6 x 24.5 cm (6⅞ x 9⅝ in)
Jan Goeree (Middleburg 1670 - Amsterdam 1731) Study for an Illustration to Jacob Cats’ ‘Eighty-Two Years Old’ pen and brown ink and two shades of brown wash, with touches of red wash, over black chalk,
indented and blackened on the reverse for transfer
13.8 x 14 cm (5⅜ x 5½ in)
Thomas Wyck (Beverwijk near Haarlem 1616 - Haarlem 1677) View of Italianate buildings on the banks of a river signed in black chalk ‘T Wijck’ (lower left of verso)
point of the brush and grey wash over black chalk, within brown ink framing lines
13 x 16.5 cm (5 x 6½ in)
Thomas Wyck (Beverwijk near Haarlem 1616 - Haarlem 1677) An Italian Courtyard with a Gateway and Seated Figure bears various inscriptions in pen and brown ink, verso, mostly illegible, but including the word ‘Pynacker’, and inscription in red chalk: ‘W....m’
brush and gray wash over indications in black chalk
20.8 x 20.1 cm (8⅛ x 7⅞ in)
Willem van de Velde the Younger (Leiden 1633 - London 1707) A Dutch Flagship at Anchor attended by Small Boats, the Fleet seen Beyond black chalk, pen and black ink, grey wash
27.4 x 51.5 cm (10¾ x 20¼ in)