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EINE FRÜHE ZEICHNUNG VON C. D. à RENESSE

Werner Sumowski
Oud Holland
Vol. 74 (1959), pp. 115-116
Published by: Brill
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/42722990
Page Count: 2
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Abstract

An early drawing (ill. 1) by Constantijn van Renesse (1626—1680), signed and dated 1645, in the Print Room of the Nationalmuseum, Stockholm), provides an addition to the juvenile work of this pupil of Rembrandt, little of which has been preserved. Style and technique are reminiscent of drawings by Pieter Quast, although Van Renesse uses an Italianate architecture as background. This drawing might be the first example of the quack and fair motif which is so characteristic of him.

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