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17th Century Dutch Drawings

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Drawing, 17th Century Dutch School
Located in Boston, MA
Drawing, Attributed to Bartholomeus Breenbergh (Deventer 1598-1657 Amsterdam). Ruins of an old fort on a hilltop inscribed 'A. no.2' black chalk, pen and brown ink, grey wash, pen ...
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Antique 18th Century and Earlier Dutch Drawings

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Pen

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H 11.5 in. W 14.125 in.
17th Century Dutch Watercolor Etching of Apocynum Virginianum
Located in Atlanta, GA
17th century circa 1626-1683 Dutch hand colored watercolor etching of Apocynum Virginianum from "Phytographia Curiosa" by Abraham Munting.
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Antique 17th Century Dutch Drawings

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Paint, Paper

Dutch 17th-18th Century Red Charcoal Drawing of a Cow
Located in Amsterdam, NL
Beautiful red charcoal drawing representing a cow. The Netherlands 17th-18th century Weathered and frame of later date. Measurement of only the drawing: 12 cm X 15 cm.   
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Antique 17th Century Dutch Drawings

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Paper

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