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De Tuin van Monsieur de Nue buitent vorbuch S. Marsion tot Paris

Reinier Nooms, called Zeeman (Dutch, about 1623–1667)


Catalogue Raisonné

B.v.137 58

Dimensions

13.7 x 24.9 cm (5 3/8 x 9 13/16 in.)

Accession Number

M26052

Medium or Technique

Etching

Not On View

Collections

Europe, Prints and Drawings

Classifications

Prints

The set is B.v.136.55-62.

Inscription

In plate at left (on wall): Zeeman
In plate at bottom: De Tuin van Monsieur de Nue buitent vorburch S. Marsiou tot Parijs.
In plate LR: 4
Later inscriptions or marks: Verso LC in graphite pencil: Sheepshanks coll. / B.M. duplicate
Verso LC in graphite pencil: v / c
Verso LL in graphite pencil: (1031) 8 p.
Verso LL in graphite pencil: B. 58
Verso LL in graphite pencil: a67692
Verso LL in pen and ink: 4864 (Sheepshanks inv. no., upside down)
Verso LR in graphite pencil: FW.
Verso LL: stamp of Sheepshanks
Verso LL: stamp of British Museum
Verso LL: duplicate stamp of British Museum (initialed by Sidney Colvin)

Markings

PDP Watermark Type: foolscap with 5 points

Provenance

John Sheepshanks (London, 1787-1863, inv. no. 4864, Lugt 2333); British Museum (Lugt 300, with duplicate stamp, Lugt 305, initialed by Sidney Colvin); possibly Frederick Wedmore; purchased from Craddock & Barnard (Tunbridge Wells, December 1915)

Credit Line

Special Print Fund