Sur certaines pages du mme feuillet, on peut voir en filigrane le monogramme de la manufacture de papier Dirk et Cornlius Blauw.Kern Holoman, spcialiste des manuscrits de Berlioz a rencontr cette mme association de filigrane dans certains manuscrits de Berlioz.And: is it an album, a drawing-book or a convolute?And who is the artist, from which country (Italian perhaps? Cher Monsieur, chre Madame, Je travaille actuellement dans le cadre d'une thse de doctorat sur le matriel d'orchestre d'un opra donn pour la premire fois l'Opra de Paris en Novembre 1836.Please send us your questions & answers and further information - more than one answer is most welcome! Its on laid paper with the Watermark I illustrate attached as a pdf. I have read the the Van der Ley paper was produced as early as 1673 or possibly earlier and on the death of GP the father, the family continued to produce laid paper with a variety of Intials. (partial) Sorry its poor quality - I didnt want to trace as this can leave marks. ), and we found many documents that could not be dated. If you want to remain anonymous, please indicate so around 1757. Thanking a lot for anything You may provide, I send You my best regards.That is why we are trying to appeal for some help towards the specialist community.
If we can't use the watermark to date precisely a document, however it seems to us this might be used as a "terminus ante quem" for a no dated document. They had several types of watermarks, which you may find described and illustrated in, among other publications, Henk Voorn, De papiermolens in de provincie Noord-Holland (De geschiedenis der Nederlandse papierindustrie I), Haarlem 1960, nos a.o.
A newly found volume of apparently hand printed color woodcuts - each one of a kind - raises new questions about the art production of Henneberg also regarding his collaboration with other artist such as Carl Moll.
The prints in question could be considered as proof prints (they are not signed and the papers trimmed to the edge of the block) but it would be very useful to know whether they could have been printed by the artist himself or probably only after his death.
(See pics) The question is whether one of those papers could have only been produced a f t e r 1918 or whether all could have been used by Henneberg himself (thus before 1918) or whether one is especially characteristic for the time between 19.
I have been working on a condition report of a 16th century watercolor album and found some leaves have clear watermarks. Unfortunately I am not an expert on identifying watermarks so I would like to get your advice on the subject.