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Ferdinand Bol

Netherlands (1616 -  1680 ) Wikipedia® : Ferdinand Bol
BOL Ferdinand Portrait Of A Young Man

Christie's /Oct 26, 2016
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Ferdinand Bol -  Landschaft Mit Einer Jagdgesellschaft, 1562

Ferdinand Bol - Landschaft Mit Einer Jagdgesellschaft, 1562

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Lot number: 3617
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Description: BOL, HANS (Mechelen 1534 - 1593 Amsterdam) Landschaft mit einer Jagdgesellschaft, 1562. Copperplate engraving. Engraved monogram, inscription and date at the upper margin: HBOL H.Cock excu 1562. 22.3 x 32 cm. Hollstein 16. - Deep-black, even impression, predominantly with visible framing line and with fine margin surrounding it in part. Mounted on backing sheet. Minor browning in part. Overall in good condition. - Together with: After Hans BOL. Die Flusslandschaft mit dem Planwagen (The river landscape with the covered wagon). Etching and copperplate engraving, 22.5 x 32.3 cm. Hollstein (after Bol) 9 I (of II). - Before the number. Condition defects. --------------- BOL, HANS (Mechelen 1534 - 1593 Amsterdam) Landschaft mit einer Jagdgesellschaft, 1562. Kupferstich. Am oberen Rand gestochen monogrammiert, bezeichnet und datiert: HBOL H.Cock excu 1562. 22,3 x 32 cm. Hollstein 16. - Tiefschwarzer, gleichmässiger Druck überwiegend mit der sichtbaren Einfassungslinie bzw. stellenweise mit feinem Rändchen um diese. Auf Unterlagenbogen fixiert. Partiell minim gebräunt. Insgesamt in guter Erhaltung. - Beigabe: Nach Hans BOL. Die Flusslandschaft mit dem Planwagen. Radierung und Kupferstich, 22,5 x 32,3 cm. Hollstein (nach Bol) 9 I (von II). - Vor der Nummer. Erhaltungsmängel.
Ferdinand Bol - The Astrologer

Ferdinand Bol - The Astrologer

Original 1640
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Lot number: 39
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FERDINAND BOL (1616-1680) The Astrologer etching, 1640-80, on laid paper, with a Foolscap watermark fragment, a very good impression of the second, final state, with wide margins, tipped onto a wove support sheet along the left sheet edge, pale foxing and a soft crease in the right margin, otherwise in good condition Plate 126 x 94 mm., Sheet 148 x 120 mm.
Ferdinand Bol - Bust Of A Young Lady With A Plumed Cap

Ferdinand Bol - Bust Of A Young Lady With A Plumed Cap

Original 1644
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Lot number: 198
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Sale 2429 Lot 198 FERDINAND BOL Bust of a Young Lady with a Plumed Cap (Saskia?). Etching, 1644. 100x75 mm; 4x3 inches, narrow to thread margins. Second state (of 2). Ex-collection Naudet, Paris, dated 1818 in ink (Lugt 1937, verso). A superb, richly-inked and early impression with all the delicate details distinct. Bartsch 15
Ferdinand Bol - Portrait Of A Young Man

Ferdinand Bol - Portrait Of A Young Man

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Lot number: 74
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Ferdinand Bol (Dordrecht 1616-1680 Amsterdam) Portrait of a young man, half-length, in a gorget oil on panel 26 3/8 x 21 1/8 in. (67 x 53.7 cm.)

Born and baptized in Dordrecht, Ferdinand Bol arrived in Amsterdam around 1636, where he would soon become one of Rembrandt\’\’\’\’\’\’\’\’s most gifted and accomplished pupils. He remained in Rembrandt\’\’\’\’\’\’\’\’s studio through the early 1640s, and may even have worked as an assistant on some of Rembrandt\’\’\’\’\’\’\’\’s own works; their closeness, in any case, is attested to by a document concerning the inheritance of Rembrandt\’\’\’\’\’\’\’\’s wife, Saskia van Uylenburgh (1612-1642), for which Bol served as a witness in 1640. By the mid-1650s, Bol had secured major independent success, and was unrivalled by any of his contemporaries in Amsterdam in receiving official commissions. Like that of his esteemed master, Bol\’\’\’\’\’\’\’\’s oeuvre consists largely of history pictures, portraits, and genre figures dressed in exotic costumes. This captivating portrait of a handsome young man dressed in velvet robes and a gorget dates to the second half of the 1640s, when Bol was most closely observing the work of his teacher. Unsurprisingly, it reveals the depth of Rembrandt\’\’\’\’\’\’\’\’s influence on the younger painter: the quiet, subdued mood; subtle yet rich palette used to describe a variety of textures; and the application of paint in thick, bold strokes to emphasize the drama of light moving across the shimmering brocade on the sitter's sleeve are all materialized under Rembrandt\’\’\’\’\’\’\’\’s spell. This unpublished, rare early work is a major addition to the artist\’\’\’\’\’\’\’\’s oeuvre. When it was rediscovered by scholars in 2001, Werner Sumowski immediately confirmed the traditional attribution to Ferdinand Bol on the basis of a color transparency and dated it to c. 1645-1650, comparing it to the artist\’\’\’\’\’\’\’\’s magnificent Self-portrait of 1646 in the Dordrechts Museum, Dordrecht (W. Sumowski, Gemälde der Rembrandt-Schuler, Landau, 1983, I, no. 135) and his Young Man in the Window of 1647 in the Robarts Collection, London (Sumowski, op. cit., VI, no. 2205). He also noted that the present work is among \“the best portraits of the \‘Fantasy Costume\’\’\’\’\’\’\’\’ paintings\” (\“den besten Porträts mit Phantasie-Kostüm\”) and described it as among the finest works by the artist that he knew (written correspondence, 17 March 2001). Although its early history remains unknown, this bewitching portrait made its way in the 19th or early 20th century into the collection of Edward Rogers Wood (1866-1941) and his wife Euphemia (1867-1950). Both Edward Wood and his broth Frank P. Wood were prominent Canadian financiers and art collectors, whose distinguished collections of Old Master paintings numbered among the earliest and most important of their kind in Toronto. To this date, Frank P. Wood remains the single most generous donor to the Art Gallery of Ontario, having gifted masterpieces by Rembrandt, Frans Hals, Anthony van Dyck, Thomas Gainsborough, Titian, Jacob van Ruisdael, to name just a few. After the deaths of Edward and Euphemia Wood, the present work passed by inheritance within the family for several generations, and is today offered for the first time at auction having returned to the market after a century or more in private hands.
Ferdinand Bol - Portrait Of An Officer (self Portrait)

Ferdinand Bol - Portrait Of An Officer (self Portrait)

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Lot number: 285
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Sale 2412 Lot 285 FERDINAND BOL
Portrait of an Officer (Self Portrait).
Etching and drypoint, 1645. 139x111 mm; 5 1/2x4 3/8 inches, narrow to thread margins. Second state (of 2). Partial indiscernible (part of a foolscap ?) watermark. A superb, early impression of this scarce etching, with burr on the glove. Bartsch 11; Hollstein 12.
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