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b. 1632 - d. 1699

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    • ABRAHAM RUTGERS (AMSTERDAM 1632-1699) A river view with a fgure looking out over a wa
      Jul. 03, 2018

      ABRAHAM RUTGERS (AMSTERDAM 1632-1699) A river view with a fgure looking out over a wa

      Est: £7,000 - £10,000

      ABRAHAM RUTGERS (AMSTERDAM 1632-1699) A river view with a fgure looking out over a wall, houses and windmills beyond traces of black and red chalk, pen and brown ink, fragmentary watermark, brown ink framing lines 4 3/8 x 8 1/8 in. (11.3 x 20.8 cm)

      Christie's
    • Rutgers, A. (1632-1699). Collection of 130 drawings, mostly (pencil and) pe
      Jun. 01, 2018

      Rutgers, A. (1632-1699). Collection of 130 drawings, mostly (pencil and) pe

      Est: €60,000 - €80,000

      Rutgers, A. (1632-1699). Collection of 130 drawings, mostly (pencil and) pen and brown ink (and brown wash, occas. heightened w. grey pencil), occas. red chalk or grey pencil, sizes between ±6,5x10 cm. and ±14x20 cm. (the greater part ±10x20 cm.), loosely inserted in two contemp. vellum albums w. green ties, obl. (sm.) 4to. = An extraordinarily rich collection of drawings by Abraham Rutgers, a prolific and skillful amateur draughtsman who earned his living as a textile merchant, and whose drawings are notable for at least two reasons according to B. Broos: their strong emphasis on well defined lines that lead to the vanishing point and their topographical specificity (Broos, Rembrandt en tekenaars uit zijn omgeving p.195). As is known from a collection of drawings by Rutgers which is kept in the Museum Mr. Simon van Gijn in Dordrecht, Rutgers divided his drawings into three different types: "Principale" (after nature), "Inventive" (the artist's own invention) and "Copijen" (copies after drawings and etchings by other artists). Rutgers found great inspiration in the drawings of his fellow artist Jacob Esselens and in the etched work of Allart van Everdingen: 43 drawings in this collection are copies of etchings by Van Everdingen, often altered slightly, with original additions to/ extensions of the image at left and/ or right margin, or on a different scale. About eight drawings show (the surroundings of) an unidentified (existing?) walled town with a castle and a church on a broad river (Mosel? Rhine?) in a vast, hilly but also partly flat landscape. There are several other (mountainous) landscape views (occasionally with travellers), a Dutch river view with many mills, and approximately eight views of most probably the river Vecht. Rutgers also travelled abroad: four drawings of the village of Tonbridge (in Kent) are included, each titled on verso: "Tombrits van de hoogte in Engelant", "Tombrits van d'and Zyde int Dorp", "Tombrits noch van een ander Seyde", as well as a view of "S'gravesend Van de hoogte" (Gravesend, also in Kent), and a view of the outer walls of "Winsor Castel". Two drawings show buildings on an unidentified (Dutch) estate(?), titled by the artist on verso "t'groot huys inde Tuyn" and "t'klyn huijs inde Tuyn genaamt de Loots". Another drawing shows the garden wall of the same premises from the outside, bordering on a river. He also drew "T'huys in portenge [= Portengen, in the Vechtstreek] het ploegie van binnen" and a view of "Aernhem" (both also titled on verso by the artist), and made a sweet drawing of a cat named Piet titled on verso by the artist: "Piet slaapt bijt Vier [= bij 't vuur] op 27 Xber [October] 85 getekent AR", making this the only drawing in the collection bearing the draughtman's monogram. SEE ILLUSTRATIONS ON FRONTCOVER and PLATE CIII.

      Bubb > Kuyper: Auctioneers of Books, Fine Arts & Manuscripts
    • Rutgers, Abraham
      Sep. 28, 2016

      Rutgers, Abraham

      Est: €700 - €900

      Rutgers, Abraham tätig um 1660-1690 in den Niederlanden, zugeschrieben Dorflandschaft mit Figurenstaffage R. u. bezeichnet. Rücks. Sammlungsstempel Cornelis Hofstede de Groot, Den Haag (Lugt 561) in Braun. Rötelzeichnung auf Bütten (Wz "IVT"). 10,5 x 20,7 cm. Hinter Passepartoutblende montiert. Besch. Fleckig. Rahmen. Provenienz: Ehem. Sammlung Cornelis Hofstede de Groot, Den Haag.

      Neumeister
    • Attributed to RUTGERS, ABRAHAM(Amsterdam 1632 -
      Sep. 19, 2014

      Attributed to RUTGERS, ABRAHAM(Amsterdam 1632 -

      Est: CHF3,000 - CHF4,000

      Attributed to RUTGERS, ABRAHAM (Amsterdam 1632 - 1699). Dutch landscape with a town, with a church in the foreground. Verso two studies of a church and landscape. Brown pen, brown wash. Verso also with black crayon. 26 x 37.1 cm. Provenance: - Collection of Paul Geneux, Geneva RUTGERS, ABRAHAM (Amsterdam 1632 - 1699), zugeschrieben Niederländische Landschaft mit Stadt, im Vordergrund eine Kirche. Verso zwei Studien zu einer Kirche und Landschaft. Feder in Braun, braun laviert. Verso zusätzlich mit schwarzem Stift. 26 x 37,1 cm. Provenienz: - Sammlung Paul Geneux, Genf

      Koller Auctions
    • Abraham Rutgers , Amsterdam 1632 - 1699 a street in jisp on a winter's day Pen and brown and black ink and brown and grey washes, within brown ink framing lines
      Jul. 09, 2008

      Abraham Rutgers , Amsterdam 1632 - 1699 a street in jisp on a winter's day Pen and brown and black ink and brown and grey washes, within brown ink framing lines

      Est: £50,000 - £70,000

      Pen and brown and black ink and brown and grey washes, within brown ink framing lines

      Sotheby's
    • Abraham Rutgers (Amsterdam 1632-1699)
      Jan. 22, 2004

      Abraham Rutgers (Amsterdam 1632-1699)

      Est: $20,000 - $30,000

      View of Gouda seen from the South East, with the Janskerk in the center and the Tiendwegspoort to the right with inscription 'Ruysdael Fecit' (verso) black chalk, pen and brown ink, brown and grey wash, countermark PR (associated with Arms of Amsterdam, 1684, Heawood 348), pen and brown ink framing lines 7 5/8 x 12 1/4 in. (193 x 316 mm.)

      Christie's
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