Article number: 2807
Stockholm, Bukowskis, 1992. 8vo. viii + 264 pp. All 849 items of this sale are illustrated. With 8 colour illustrations.
Rehn’s own lists of his works published as an appendix on pp. 248-254 (”Jean Eric Rehns egenhändiga förteckningar över av honom utförda arbeten”).
Publisher’s pictorial boards. Very fine.
Architect Jean Eric Rehn (1717-1793), who had studied for Le Bas in Paris, ranks among Sweden’s finest draughtsmen of the 18th century. The so-colled Bellinga Collection, named after Bellinga Manor in the south of Sweden, consists of a large part of Rehn’s surviving drawings and watercolours. This extremely important collection was sold by Bukowskis in 1993, and was purchased en bloc by the Nationalmuseum, Stockholm.
This fine catalogue lists and reproduces 849 items by subject under 17 captions: (1) Roman antiquities, (2) Antiquities, urns etc., (3) Italian landscapes and ruins, (4) Drawings from France and Holland. Landscapes and architecture, (5) Ecclesiastical architecture. France and Italy, (6) Decorative studies. Italy and France. Architecture, (7) Fountains, (8) Contemporary persons, (9) Genre, (10) Animals, (11) Old swedish architecture and monuments. Swedish nature, (12) Swedish ecclesiastical architecture, (13) Swedish secular architecture, (14) Drawings for interior decoration, (15) Feast and theatre scenery, (16) Engravings, (17) Miscellaneous.
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