Dating anne adams patterns
It may be that the Hp paper was also manufactured by Blauw; two manuscripts from Berlioz' tile carry both the Blauw shield and the letters HP". En vous remerciant pour votre aide, Mato Crmades To Mato Crmades : Je ne connais pas le papier que vous dcrivez, mais il faut savoir que la contremarque "D & C BLAUW" a t copie et utilise pendant tout le XVIIIe s.
Kern Holoman, Autograph musical documents of Hector Berlioz, p. J'aurais voulu savoir si cette explication vous parait plausible. Sachant qu'il existe de nos jours un papier appel Hollande Pannekoek, je me demande si les initiales HP ne dsignent pas tout simplement ce type de papier. et au XIXe par divers fabricants franais, le papier n'a donc pas ncessairement de relation avec la production hollandaise.
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.
Pannekoek, whose firm still existed in the nineteenth century.
It was the practice of Dutch paper makers to manufacture paper in lots specifically for sale to an important buyer, and is those cases the paper was often watermarked not with the maker's monogram, but that of the merchant.
Three sorts of papers were used as seen in the transmitted light photos.
We would need to know more about the VDL paper maker (Van der Leyde?
Moreover: the chance that you will find an identical watermark, from the same paper mill and the same time, is very, very little.
I'm working on a bequest of prints made by the Austrian artist Hugo Henneberg who died in 1918 and was best known for his photographs.
I don't know where the sheets were made but hope that the watermarks will provide some information about it. Briquets Filigranes or Piccards Wasserzeichenkartei Stuttgart will probably yield similar watermarks of these types.
Two of the watermarks (#1 and #4) in your pdf-file are crossbow watermarks, one (#3) is an anchor in a circle surmounted by three leaves, another (#2) is difficult to discern, something surmounted by a trefoil, the last is a man walking holding a stick over his shoulders, enclosed in a circle (#5) apparently found in a marbled paper endleaf, probably 18-c.. I do not have the standard watermark reference books ready to hand, but you can check yourself in a research library, f.i. By the way, watercolours in the sixteenth century is an anachronism, the proper denomination is coloured drawings.
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)?