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Hendrick Danckerts

(1625 -  1685 ) Wikipedia® : Hendrick Danckerts
DANCKERTS Hendrick Figures In An Italian Garden

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May 20, 2017
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Hendrick Danckerts - View Of Whitehall

Hendrick Danckerts - View Of Whitehall

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HENDRICK DANCKERTS( c.1625-1680)'VIEW OF WHITEHALL'figures and animals walking in St. James's Park in front of the Palace of Whitehall,oil on canvas,91cm x 152cm in a scrolling foliate giltwood frame Provenance: Private Collection, Dorset This view of Whitehall shows the Banqueting House, the Tilt Yard, the Holbein Gate, turrets, battlements and Gothic tracery of the old Banqueting House, built for Queen Elizabeth in 1581, and the octagonal roof of the Cockpit building, originally constructed for cockfighting but by the time of this work used as a theatre. At the time of its fiery destruction in 1698, Whitehall Palace was probably the largest palace in Europe; the centre of English royal power for 168 years. The fabulous palace was created by Cardinal Wolsey as his central London residence. It was enlarged and extended massively by King Henry VIII after 1530. Whitehall was at the centre of some of the most momentous events in English history, from the execution of Charles I in 1649 to the Glorious Revolution and succession to the throne of William III and Mary II in 1689-90. Two similar views of Whitehall by Danckerts, one depicting King Charles II and his dogs walking in St. James's Park and the other showing the Royal Coach leaving the palace are currently in the Government Art Collection (GAC 12211and GAC 3653)
Hendrick Danckerts - Figures In An Italian Garden

Hendrick Danckerts - Figures In An Italian Garden

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Description: Monogrammed lower right: HD (joined) Hendrick Danckerts was born into a family of artists from The Hague and was taught to paint by his brother Johan. He travelled to Italy and then to England, where he was primarily famed for his depictions of palaces and their gardens. His patrons in England included King Charles II and Samuel Pepys, for whom he painted a depiction of Hampton Court. Dimensions: 61 x 73.5 cm Artist or Maker: Hendrick Danckerts Medium: Oil on canvas (relined) 1078: Hendrick Danckerts, Figures in an Italian Garden
Hendrick Danckerts - View Of Windsor Castle From The North, With Figures Boating On The River Thames And Bathers On The Bank

Hendrick Danckerts - View Of Windsor Castle From The North, With Figures Boating On The River Thames And Bathers On The Bank

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Hendrick Danckerts (The Hague 1625-1680 Amsterdam) View of Windsor Castle from the north, with figures boating on the River Thames and bathers on the bank signed and dated 'HDanckerts 1680' (lower centre, 'HD' linked) oil on canvas 23 7/8 x 48 ¾ in. (60.6 x 124 cm.) in an English 18th century carved and gilded frame
Hendrick Danckerts - View Of Windsor Castle From The North, With Figures Boating On The River Thames And Bathers On The Bank

Hendrick Danckerts - View Of Windsor Castle From The North, With Figures Boating On The River Thames And Bathers On The Bank

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Hendrick Danckerts (The Hague 1625-1680 Amsterdam)
View of Windsor Castle from the north, with figures boating on the River Thames and bathers on the bank
signed and dated 'HDanckerts 1680' (lower centre, 'HD' linked)
oil on canvas
23 7/8 x 48 ¾ in. (60.6 x 124 cm.)
in an English 18th century carved and gilded frame

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Provenance

(Possibly) Horace Walpole, 4th Earl of Orford (1813-1894).
William Drury-Lowe (d. 1906), Locko Park, Derbyshire and by descent; Sotheby's, London, 8 November 1995, lot 75.
with Simon Dickinson, London, where acquired by the present owner.

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PROPERTY FROM A DISTINGUISHED PRIVATE COLLECTION
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J.P. Richter, Catalogue of Pictures at Locko Park, London, 1901, p. 44, no. 106.
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Hendrick Danckerts - Caerphilly Castle, South Wales: And A Study Of Part Of Thecastle From The North-east

Hendrick Danckerts - Caerphilly Castle, South Wales: And A Study Of Part Of Thecastle From The North-east

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Hendrik Danckerts (The Hague 1625-1680 Amsterdam)
Caerphilly Castle, South Wales (recto); and A study of part of theCastle from the north-east (verso)
numbered 'N1' (upper left) and inscribed 'Castle Caerfilly [sic]'(upper centre)
pen and grey ink, grey wash (recto), pen and brown and grey ink,grey wash (verso) on paper, unframed
11¼ x 16¾ in. (28.5 x 42.5 cm.)
Provenance
Iolo Williams. L.G. Duke (L. 146). Anonymous sale; Christie's, London, 9 April 1991, lot 22a, wherepurchased by the present owner.
Lot Notes
Danckerts appears to have been born in The Hague and like hisbrother Johannes. He was initially trained as an engraver, but tookup landscape painting. He probably first visited England with hisbrother in 1658/9 and his first marriage is recorded here in 1664.He remained in England until 1679 when the threat to Catholics ofthe Popish Plot forced him to return to the Netherlands, where hemarried again in August 1680, and died there shortlyafterwards. He received many commissions from the gentry and nobility forpaintings to decorate their country houses often on a large scale,but his most important patron was King Charles II, who commissionedamong other works a sliding panel to cover a naked portrait of NellGwyn. His drawings are rare. Six works, views of London and of BadmintonHouse, are in the British Museum, and there is a similar view ofCaerphilly Castle from the south-east, also formerly in thecollection of Iolo Williams and now in the Yale Center for BritishArt. Both this and the present drawing are numbered suggesting thatthey may be part of a series of works (L. Stainton and C. White,From Hilliard to Hogarth, London, 1987, p. 161, no. 123).
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