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Jan Ii Brueghel

Belgium (Anvers 1601 -  1678 ) Wikipedia® : Jan Ii Brueghel
BRUEGHEL Jan II A Wicker Basket Of Roses, Peonies, Tulips And Other Flowers With A Silver Gilt Tazza And Flowers And A Butterfly And Other Insects On A Stone Ledge Strewn With Carnations

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Oct 30, 2018
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Variants on Artist's name :

Bruegel Jan Ii

Breughel Jan Ii

Brueghel Jan Brueghel Jan The Younger

 

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Jan Ii Brueghel - Townsfolk With Cattle And A Cart On A Road By A Farm

Jan Ii Brueghel - Townsfolk With Cattle And A Cart On A Road By A Farm

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Lot number: 131
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TOWNSFOLK WITH CATTLE AND A CART ON A ROAD BY A FARM Jan Brueghel the Younger ANTWERP 1601 - 1678 oil on panel 12 1/4 by 17 3/4 in.; 31 by 45 cm. Provenance Anonymous sale ("The Property of a Gentleman"), London, Sotheby's, 21 April 1982, lot 62; There purchased by the father of the present collector. Catalogue Note Jan Brueghel the Youngertookover the studio of his father, Jan Brueghel the Elder, following his sudden death from cholera in 1625.1 Jan the Younger had trained in his father\’s workshop from the age of10 and, as wascustomaryfor many Northern painters, spent several years studying and traveling in Italy. Upon his return to Antwerp, at age 24, he inherited a large and thriving practice. We know from his journal that he was immediately successful in his new role, selling paintings left by his father, completing half-finished works, and painting new works in his father\’s style. This is a bright and altogetherstriking example of the exquisitely detailed landscape type perfected by his father and which Jan the Younger continued to produce with great skill. Here thelightly wooded town pathis punctuated by a procession ofcattle and ahorse drawn cart which stops for loading at the near right corner of the composition. The staffage carefully follows the diagonally receding pathtowards the distance, the entire compositionilluminated by an even, cool light.
Jan Ii Brueghel - Portrait Of Nicolaas De Man In The Grounds Of His Country Estate In The Neighbourhood Of Antwerp, Surrounded By A Garland Of Flowers

Jan Ii Brueghel - Portrait Of Nicolaas De Man In The Grounds Of His Country Estate In The Neighbourhood Of Antwerp, Surrounded By A Garland Of Flowers

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Lot number: 26
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Jan Breughel, the Younger (Antwerp 1601-1678), Jan Thomas van Yperen (Ypres 1617-1673 Vienna), Lucas van Uden (Antwerp 1595-1672) Portrait of Nicolaas de Man in the grounds of his country estate in the neighbourhood of Antwerp, surrounded by a garland of flowers signed and dated 'Ao 1653 Lucas van Uden / Jan Breughel / Jan Thomas' (lower right); signed 'i thomas:' (centre left, on the table); inscribed and dated 'nicolaus / de man: / ætatis . / 57.1653' (centre left, on the letter); and inscribed and dated 'Nicolaus de man ætatis 57 / 1653' (lower centre) oil on canvas 41 5/8 x 58 ¼ in. (105.8 x 147.8 cm.)
Jan Ii Brueghel - A Wicker Basket Of Roses, Peonies, Tulips And Other Flowers With A Silver Gilt Tazza And Flowers And A Butterfly And Other Insects On A Stone Ledge Strewn With Carnations

Jan Ii Brueghel - A Wicker Basket Of Roses, Peonies, Tulips And Other Flowers With A Silver Gilt Tazza And Flowers And A Butterfly And Other Insects On A Stone Ledge Strewn With Carnations

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Lot number: 21
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Jan Breughel II (Antwerp 1601-1678) A wicker basket of roses, peonies, tulips and other flowers with a silver gilt tazza and flowers and a butterfly and other insects on a stone ledge strewn with carnations oil on panel, marouflaged 22 x 31 5/8 in. (61.3 x 80.3 cm.), with a painted addition of approximately 2 1/8 in. along the top edge Provenance Acquired by the grandparents of the present owner before circa 1975, and by descent in the family.
Jan Ii Brueghel - Mixed Flowers In A Basket With A Tazza Nearby

Jan Ii Brueghel - Mixed Flowers In A Basket With A Tazza Nearby

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Lot number: 34
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Jan Brueghel II (Antwerp 1601–1678) Mixed flowers in a basket with a Tazza nearby, oil on panel, 59x86.5cm, framed Provenance: Private collection, Switzerland; where bought by the present owners in the 1980s; Private collection, Belgium Literature: E. Greindl, Les Peintres flamands de nature morte au XVIIième siècle, Brussels 1983, p.152 and 154, no. 79 M.-L. Hairs, Les Peintres flamands de fleurs au XVIIième siècle, Brussels 1985, p. 96 and 98, no. 24 Contrary to Edith Greindl and Marie-Louise Hairs, both of whom identified the present painting as a work by Jan Brueghel I in their certificates and published it accordingly, Klaus Ertz regards the painting to be an authentic work by Jan Brueghel II. In his certificate from September 1986 he writes: \‘This painting can be said to be in excellent condition. The colours give a brilliant impression. The paints have been applied thickly in the impasto technique, and I could not detect any thinned areas resulting from overly sharp cleaning. I was unable to notice any retouches or overpainting with the naked eye, i.e. without the aid of technical instruments […]. Unlike Edith Greindl […] I am convinced that this painting was made by his son, Jan Brueghel the Younger, who obviously borrowed from an original by the hand of his father that has unfortunately remained unknown to me. In my catalogue raisonné of the paintings by Jan Brueghel the Elder (Ertz 1979, pp. 294ff., figs. 368–370) I already listed three closely related flower still lifes, which in my opinion, although of outstanding quality, do not betray the features typical of Jan I.\’ Ertz mentions three comparable paintings by Jan Brueghel the Younger published by him (K. Ertz, Jan Brueghel d. J., Freren 1984) which are similar in terms of composition, individual motifs, and colouring: (1) Bowl of Flowers (Museo del Prado, Madrid, 1630s, Ertz 1984, cat. no. 284, ill.); (2) Still Life with Flower Basket and Goblet (formerly Aardenne Collection, Dordrecht, 1630s, Ertz 1984, cat. no. 287, ill.); (3) Still Life with Flower Basket and Goblet (Szépművészeti Múzeum, Budapest, 1630s, Ertz 1984, cat. no. 288, ill.) Ertz continues: \‘As these examples date from the 1630s and the painting to be assessed is closely related to them, it must have been executed during the same period. This date is also suggested by the brushwork, which, although emulating that of the father, increasingly broke away from it over time, developing into a broader, more painterly and less structured manner of painting that can already be observed in the present painting. No painter at the time except for the son, following his father\’s example, would have been capable of rendering this still life with such jewel-like, brilliant colours.\’ We are grateful to Klara Alen for the support illustration listing the various flowers. Specialist: Damian Brenninkmeyer
Jan Ii Brueghel - Allegory Of War And Peace

Jan Ii Brueghel - Allegory Of War And Peace

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Lot number: 138
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PROPERTY FROM A EUROPEAN PRIVATE COLLECTION Jan Breughel the Younger ALLEGORY OF WAR AND PEACE Jan Breughel the Younger ANTWERP 1601 - 1678 oil on copper, laid onto panel 70 x 87.1 cm.; 27 1/2 x 34 1/8 in. Provenance Generalkonsul Hans Klenk (1906–83), Mainz-Gonsenheim, by 1968. Exhibited Mainz, Kunstgeschichtlichen Institut der Johannes Gutenberg-Universität,Werke alter Meister aus Privatbesitz, 7 May – 30 June 1968, no. 12 (as Jan Brueghel the Elder). Literature R. Hamann-Mac Lean,Werke alter Meister aus Privatbesitz. Sammlung Hans Klenk, Mainz. Nachtrag Kritische Anmerkungen, Ergänzungen und Korrekturen, Mainz 1969, p. 4, cat. no.12 (as Circle of Jan Brueghel the Elder); K. Ertz,Jan Breughel the Younger (1601-1678), Freren 1984, pp. 395–97, cat. no. 235, reproduced p. 396 (as 'probably produced toward the end of the 40s'). Catalogue Note The iconographic meaning of this painting is unclear, interpreted variously as an Allegory of Peace and War or Spiritual and Worldly Wealth, or as a representation of the Sun, the zodiacal sign, Leo, or the month of August. Other versions of the composition (with differences in the details and figures)include two paintings on copper, both signed lower left, sold London, Christie's South Kensington, 31 October 2013, lot 13 (70 x 88.2 cm.) and Munich, Hampel, 30 June 2016, lot 766 (69.8 x 88.4 cm.).
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