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Alexander Adriaenssen

(1587 -  1661 )
ADRIAENSSEN Alexander A Breakfast Still Life With Fish

Palais Dorotheum /Apr 19, 2016
40,000.00 - 60,000.00
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Alexander Adriaenssen - Still Life With Fish And Vegetables

Alexander Adriaenssen - Still Life With Fish And Vegetables

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Alexander Adriaenssen, Still Life with Fish and Vegetables Description: Certificate Raffaela Collace, Cremona, 17.5.2007.Alexander Adriaenssen was born in Antwerp in 1587. He was one of a number of Flemish painters in the early 17th century specialising in the still life genre and covering all of its facets. Still lifes by Adriaenssen have survived showing flowers and fruit as well as birds and game, but the majority of his paintings depict fish. In this work, he depicts several types of fish, including carp, salmon, and plaice, in a kitchen interior beside an arrangement of fruits and vegetables commonly served with them, such as asparagus, melon, artichokes, and onions. Dimensions: 121 x 165 cm Medium: Oil on canvas (relined)
Alexander Adriaenssen - A Breakfast Still Life With Fish

Alexander Adriaenssen - A Breakfast Still Life With Fish

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Alexander Adriaenssen (Antwerp 1587–1661) A breakfast still life with fish, bread, butter and a lemon in front of a ewer, glasses and a silver beaker, oil on canvas, 34 x 49 cm, framed

Provenance: Formerly Gatchina Palace near St. Petersburg (an inventory number from Gatchina and an inscription in Russian on the reverse); sale, Leo Spik, Berlin, October 1973; Private Collection, Germany When the present painting was sold at the Leo Spik auction house in Berlin in 1973, it came with a certificate issued by Walther Bernt (May 1973). He wrote: \‘an incontestable, colouristically charming, and excellently preserved work by the Antwerp still life painter Adriaenssen. Identical vessels recur in a still life owned by the museum of Ghent.\’\’\’\’\’\’\’\’ The attribution has also independently been confirmed by Fred Meijer of the RKD, The Hague (written communication, 25th February 2016). Alexander Adriaenssen was an important still life painter who specialised in the depiction of fish, birds, and flowers at an early stage in his career. His still lifes are characterised by brownish silvery hues animated by skilfully placed highlights. The artist applied his paints in a transparent manner. Adriaenssen\’\’\’\’\’\’\’\’s still lifes of fish are occasionally mistaken for those by Abraham van Beyeren.
Alexander Adriaenssen - Still Life With Flowers, Fruit, And Bird

Alexander Adriaenssen - Still Life With Flowers, Fruit, And Bird

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Alexander Adriaenssen (Flemish, 1587-1661)
Still Life with Flowers, Fruit, and Bird
Signed and dated "Alex Adr...nssen fecit A 1646" on the table edge l.l.
Oil on canvas, 9 1/4 x 12 3/8 in. (23.5 x 31.5 cm), framed.
Condition: Canvas trimmed, wax lined, and mounted to wood panel, retouch, fine craquelure, varnish inconsistencies, minor surface grime.
Alexander Adriaenssen - A Breakfast Still Life With Fish

Alexander Adriaenssen - A Breakfast Still Life With Fish

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Alexander Adriaenssen
Provenance:formerly Gatchina Palace near St. Petersburg (an inventory numberfrom Gatchina and an inscription in Russian on the reverse);sale, Leo Spik, Berlin, October 1973;Private collection, GermanyWhen the present painting was sold at the Leo Spik auction house inBerlin in 1973, it came with a certificate issued by Walther Bernt(May 1973). He wrote: \‘an incontestable, colouristic charming, andexcellent preserved work by the Antwerp stilllife painterAdriaenssen. Identical vessels recur in a still life owned by themuseum of Ghent.\’\’\’\’The attribution has also independently been confirmed by FredMeijer of the RKD, The Hague (written communication, 25 February2016).Alexander Adriaenssen was an important still life painter who hadspecialised in the depiction of fish, birds, and flowers at anearly stage in his career. His still lifes are characterised bybrownish silvery hues animated by skilfully placed highlights. Theartist applied his paints in a transparent manner. Adriaenssen\’\’\’\’sstill lifes of fish are occasionally mistaken for those by Abrahamvan Beyeren.
Alexander Adriaenssen - A Still Life Of Fish On A Table

Alexander Adriaenssen - A Still Life Of Fish On A Table

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Alexander Adriaenssen the Elder (Antwerp 1587-1661)

A still life of fish on a table

signed and dated 'Alex Adriaenssen fecit A. 1647' (on table leg, lower left)

oil on canvas

66 x 98cm (26 x 38 9/16in).

Footnotes

Provenance

With Han Jüngeling, The Hague, 1963

With Alfred Bader, Milwaukee, 1978, where purchased by the present owner's late father

Literature

G. Spiessens,

Leven en werk van de Antwerpse schilder Alexander Adriaenssen

, Brussels, 1990, p. 134, nr. 55, afb. 36

Exhibited

Kalamazoo, Kalamazoo Institute of Arts,

17th Century Dutch and Flemish Painting

, October-November 1967, cat. no. 1

The present painting is accompanied by a letter from Dr. Walter Berndt (dated 16 March 1965) stating that there are similar compositions in the Museum of Fine Arts, Budapest and the Musée Rapail in Paris.

We are grateful to Fred Meijer of the RKD for confirming the attribution to Adriaenssen on the basis of colour photographs.
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