Anthonie Waterloo (Dutch, Lille 1609–1690 Utrecht)
Black chalk and brush and black ink, gray and grayish black wash, heightened with white.
Verso: (by the artist?) in pen and brown ink over black chalk.
11 13/16 x 7 1/16 in. (30 x 18 cm)
Robert Lehman Collection, 1975
Not on view
Anthonie Waterloo, a productive topographical draftsman, sketched the landscape in and around his native Utrecht. He also travelled west to Brussels and east to northern Germany, and as far as Gdańsk. This drawing recalls the countryside on Holland’s eastern border as well as the wooded area around Brussels. Waterloo made many drawings of these areas, often in black chalk and gray wash heightened with white. His darkly shaded wooded views nicely capture contrasting light in the voids.
Marking: Laid down, backing largely removed; annotated on the backing paper extending below the bottom margin of the drawing in pen and gray ink: 77; and in pencil: A. Waterloo.
Henry S. Reitlinger, London; Reitlinger sale, Sotheby's, London, 22-23 June 1954, lot 743/2 (with 1975.1.820 [No. 87], to Leonard for Lehman).
Artist: Anthonie Waterloo (Dutch, Lille 1609–1690 Utrecht)Date: 17th centuryMedium: Black chalk heightened with white chalk, yellow-brown pastel and traces of red chalk on blue paperAccession: 64.38.9On view in:Not on view
Artist: Anthonie Waterloo (Dutch, Lille 1609–1690 Utrecht)Date: 17th centuryMedium: Black and white chalk, brush and gray wash. Traces of framing line in pen and black ink.Accession: 1995.18On view in:Not on view
Artist: Anthonie Waterloo (Dutch, Lille 1609–1690 Utrecht)Date: 17th centuryMedium: Black chalk, gray wash, with traces of framing line in black chalk (recto); black chalk and wash (verso)Accession: 61.162.4On view in:Not on view