That is why we are trying to appeal for some help towards the specialist community.We would need to know more about the VDL paper maker (Van der Leyde?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.
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.
The artist of my drawing may well have bought his paper with him from It is possible to identify the right period of the Van der Ley watermarks of which I do attach a couple of them found in the same paper (where a nice piece of the Giudizio Universale from Michelangelo was engraved)?
One of the maps was found on the Library of Congress web page and the bibliographic description of the document refers to a watermark Strasburg fleur-de-lis over the characters VDL, which might enable to date the document of ca. Here in we dont have many paper history bibliographical resources, so it is quite difficult for us to investigate the VDL watermark.
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.
Pannekoek, whose firm still existed in the nineteenth century.