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Wit, Jacob de, 1695-1754

 Person

Found in 17 Collections and/or Records:

Adolph Staring Collection

 Collection
Identifier: ubl036
Abstract

Verzameling tekeningen bijeengebracht door Adolph Staring (1890-1980).



Dates: 1700-1850, bulk 1700-1800

Design for a ceiling painting: Apollo and the Muses

 Item
Identifier: PK-1969-T-101
Scope and Contents

The drawings collected by Staring reflect his professional interest in Dutch 18th-century art. The majority of the drawings originate from that century, even though Staring also had an interest for artists working at the beginning of the nineteenth century. Most artists working in this period are represented. Most notable are larger groups of drawings by Jacob van Strij, Aert Schouman and Jacob de Wit.

Dates: 1700-1850, bulk 1700-1800

Design for a ceiling painting: bacchantes and putti amongst the clouds

 Item
Identifier: PK-1969-T-166
Scope and Contents

The drawings collected by Staring reflect his professional interest in Dutch 18th-century art. The majority of the drawings originate from that century, even though Staring also had an interest for artists working at the beginning of the nineteenth century. Most artists working in this period are represented. Most notable are larger groups of drawings by Jacob van Strij, Aert Schouman and Jacob de Wit.

Dates: 1700-1850, bulk 1700-1800

Design for a celing painting: Flora and Zephyr

 Item
Identifier: PK-1969-T-228
Scope and Contents

The drawings collected by Staring reflect his professional interest in Dutch 18th-century art. The majority of the drawings originate from that century, even though Staring also had an interest for artists working at the beginning of the nineteenth century. Most artists working in this period are represented. Most notable are larger groups of drawings by Jacob van Strij, Aert Schouman and Jacob de Wit.

Dates: 1700-1850, bulk 1700-1800

Design for a grisaille painting: antique head of a man in profile

 Item
Identifier: PK-1969-T-99
Scope and Contents

The drawings collected by Staring reflect his professional interest in Dutch 18th-century art. The majority of the drawings originate from that century, even though Staring also had an interest for artists working at the beginning of the nineteenth century. Most artists working in this period are represented. Most notable are larger groups of drawings by Jacob van Strij, Aert Schouman and Jacob de Wit.

Dates: 1700-1850, bulk 1700-1800

Design for a grisaille painting: three putti adorning a herm of Flora

 Item
Identifier: PK-1969-T-71
Scope and Contents

The drawings collected by Staring reflect his professional interest in Dutch 18th-century art. The majority of the drawings originate from that century, even though Staring also had an interest for artists working at the beginning of the nineteenth century. Most artists working in this period are represented. Most notable are larger groups of drawings by Jacob van Strij, Aert Schouman and Jacob de Wit.

Dates: 1700-1850, bulk 1700-1800

Design for a painted wallpaper: Achilles becoming a pupil of Cheriron

 Item
Identifier: PK-1969-T-68
Scope and Contents

The drawings collected by Staring reflect his professional interest in Dutch 18th-century art. The majority of the drawings originate from that century, even though Staring also had an interest for artists working at the beginning of the nineteenth century. Most artists working in this period are represented. Most notable are larger groups of drawings by Jacob van Strij, Aert Schouman and Jacob de Wit.

Dates: 1700-1850, bulk 1700-1800

Design for a painted wallpaper: Diana spying on Endymion

 Item
Identifier: PK-1969-T-229
Scope and Contents

The drawings collected by Staring reflect his professional interest in Dutch 18th-century art. The majority of the drawings originate from that century, even though Staring also had an interest for artists working at the beginning of the nineteenth century. Most artists working in this period are represented. Most notable are larger groups of drawings by Jacob van Strij, Aert Schouman and Jacob de Wit.

Dates: 1700-1850, bulk 1700-1800

Design for a painted wallpaper: Odysseus and Ajax fighting over the armour of Achilles

 Item
Identifier: PK-69-T-122
Scope and Contents

The drawings collected by Staring reflect his professional interest in Dutch 18th-century art. The majority of the drawings originate from that century, even though Staring also had an interest for artists working at the beginning of the nineteenth century. Most artists working in this period are represented. Most notable are larger groups of drawings by Jacob van Strij, Aert Schouman and Jacob de Wit.

Dates: 1700-1850, bulk 1700-1800

Design for a supraporte painting: allegory of the harvest

 Item
Identifier: PK-1969-T-131
Scope and Contents

The drawings collected by Staring reflect his professional interest in Dutch 18th-century art. The majority of the drawings originate from that century, even though Staring also had an interest for artists working at the beginning of the nineteenth century. Most artists working in this period are represented. Most notable are larger groups of drawings by Jacob van Strij, Aert Schouman and Jacob de Wit.

Dates: 1700-1850, bulk 1700-1800

Design for a supraporte painting: three putti

 Item
Identifier: PK-1969-T-239
Scope and Contents

The drawings collected by Staring reflect his professional interest in Dutch 18th-century art. The majority of the drawings originate from that century, even though Staring also had an interest for artists working at the beginning of the nineteenth century. Most artists working in this period are represented. Most notable are larger groups of drawings by Jacob van Strij, Aert Schouman and Jacob de Wit.

Dates: 1700-1850, bulk 1700-1800

Design for the painting of a door of a bookcase: Minerva

 Item
Identifier: PK-1969-T-256
Scope and Contents

The drawings collected by Staring reflect his professional interest in Dutch 18th-century art. The majority of the drawings originate from that century, even though Staring also had an interest for artists working at the beginning of the nineteenth century. Most artists working in this period are represented. Most notable are larger groups of drawings by Jacob van Strij, Aert Schouman and Jacob de Wit.

Dates: 1700-1850, bulk 1700-1800

Study of a hand

 Item
Identifier: PK-1969-T-190
Scope and Contents

The drawings collected by Staring reflect his professional interest in Dutch 18th-century art. The majority of the drawings originate from that century, even though Staring also had an interest for artists working at the beginning of the nineteenth century. Most artists working in this period are represented. Most notable are larger groups of drawings by Jacob van Strij, Aert Schouman and Jacob de Wit.

Dates: 1700-1850, bulk 1700-1800

Study of a hand with stretched fingers

 Item
Identifier: PK-1969-T-191
Scope and Contents

The drawings collected by Staring reflect his professional interest in Dutch 18th-century art. The majority of the drawings originate from that century, even though Staring also had an interest for artists working at the beginning of the nineteenth century. Most artists working in this period are represented. Most notable are larger groups of drawings by Jacob van Strij, Aert Schouman and Jacob de Wit.

Dates: 1700-1850, bulk 1700-1800

Study of folding hands

 Item
Identifier: PK-1969-T-189
Scope and Contents

The drawings collected by Staring reflect his professional interest in Dutch 18th-century art. The majority of the drawings originate from that century, even though Staring also had an interest for artists working at the beginning of the nineteenth century. Most artists working in this period are represented. Most notable are larger groups of drawings by Jacob van Strij, Aert Schouman and Jacob de Wit.

Dates: 1700-1850, bulk 1700-1800

The personification of the city of Amsterdam enthroned, design for a chimney painting in the so-called 'Logement van Amsterdam'

 Item
Identifier: PK-1969-T-167
Scope and Contents

The drawings collected by Staring reflect his professional interest in Dutch 18th-century art. The majority of the drawings originate from that century, even though Staring also had an interest for artists working at the beginning of the nineteenth century. Most artists working in this period are represented. Most notable are larger groups of drawings by Jacob van Strij, Aert Schouman and Jacob de Wit.

Dates: 1700-1850, bulk 1700-1800

Three flying putti

 Item
Identifier: PK-1969-T-130
Scope and Contents

The drawings collected by Staring reflect his professional interest in Dutch 18th-century art. The majority of the drawings originate from that century, even though Staring also had an interest for artists working at the beginning of the nineteenth century. Most artists working in this period are represented. Most notable are larger groups of drawings by Jacob van Strij, Aert Schouman and Jacob de Wit.

Dates: 1700-1850, bulk 1700-1800

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