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Pieter De Bloot

Netherlands (1601 -  1658 )
de BLOOT Pieter Genre Scene By A Tavern

Lempertz
Mar 16, 2016
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Pieter De Bloot - A Landscape With Ferries Crossing A River

Pieter De Bloot - A Landscape With Ferries Crossing A River

Original 1628
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Lot number: 124
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PROPERTY FROM A SCOTTISH PRIVATE COLLECTION Pieter de Bloot A LANDSCAPE WITH FERRIES CROSSING A RIVER +44 20 7293 5270 Pieter de Bloot dated lower right: 1628 oil on oak panel, with a red wax seal of a French count on the reverse 42.8 x 78 cm.; 16 7/8 x 30 3/4 in. Read Condition Report Register or Log-in to view condition report Or Provenance Probably John Macdonald (1824–90), Oaklands, Toronto; Thence by direct family descent. Catalogue Note The son of Flemish parents, Pieter de Bloot was raised in Rotterdam. He married three times and it is thought that he was relatively wealthy, but otherwise little is known about his life. It is not known under whom he trained as an artist. He produced a surprisingly large œuvre,consisting primarily of bawdy peasant scenes that reveal the influence of Adriaen Brouwer and David Teniers the Younger. He was also an accomplished landscape painter and in this field was stronglyinfluenced by Jan van Goyen's work ofcirca1630. In his book on Van Goyen followers, Beck lists eighteen landscapes by de Bloot, all of which he dates to early in the artist's career, before 1640.1 The present panel, dated1628,is certainlyone of de Bloot'sfinestlandscapes. It can be most closely compared toa larger, signed painting, which sold in these Rooms,12 July 2001, lot 199,as well as to another panel, reversed in composition, with very similar figural typesawaiting their ferry,and the same curving river in the background creating a fine sense of distance, which sold at Hargesheimer, Düsseldorf, 17 March 2018, lot 2119. However, the present paintingremains unique not only in its particularly fresh palette, almost reminiscent of a watercolour, but also in itsextremely refined draughtsmanship.Much of the underdrawing remains visible to the naked eye throughout,most notablyby the ladderon the left and in the figures sitting on the ferry, revealing de Bloot to be a rather impulsive artist. Frits Duparc has tentatively suggested an alternative attribution toGerrit Claesz. Bleker (1592–1656), and comparesthis painting to a signed and dated work in theFrans Hals Museum, Haarlem,2drawing attention to the similartypes of trees and figures, as well as the horizontal format.The trees also evoke the work of Esaias van de Velde(1587–1630), such as those found in the signed and dated work from 1622 in the Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam.3 We are grateful to Dr. Fred G. Meijer for suggesting an attribution to de Bloot following first-hand inspection, and to Bart Cornelis and Prof. Christopher Brown for supporting this attribution. 1 See H.-U. Beck,Künstler um Jan van Goyen, Doornspijk 1991, pp. 42–49, cat. nos 61–78. 2 Inv. no. OS I-660; see N. Köhler (ed.),Painting in Haarlem 1500–1850, The collection of the Frans Hals Museum, Haarlem 2006, p. 397, cat. no. 34, reproduced. 3 Inv. no.SK-A-1293; see P.J.J. van Thiel et al., All the Paintings of the Rijksmuseum inAmsterdam, Amsterdam/Maarsen 1976, p. 558, cat. no. A 1239, reproduced.
Pieter De Bloot - Interieur Mit Trinkenden Und Rauchenden Bauern

Pieter De Bloot - Interieur Mit Trinkenden Und Rauchenden Bauern

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Lot number: 13
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Pieter de Bloot Interieur mit trinkenden und rauchenden Bauern Öl auf Holz. 33 x 41,5 cm (queroval). Signiert und datiert unten rechts: P De Bloot 1655 [1635?]. Provenienz Sammlung Alexis Schönlank, Berlin. – Dessen Sammlung in Auktion J. M. Heberle (H. Lempertz\’ Söhne), Köln, 28.-29.4.1896, Lot 16. – Auktion Koller, Zürich, 22.5.1973, Lot 2783. – Auktion Paul Brandt, Amsterdam, 7.5.1974, Lot 36. – Auktion Sotheby's, Amsterdam, 17.11.1993, Lot 22. – Italienische Privatsammlung. Das Interieur von Pieter de Bloot gehörte einst zur bedeutenden Gemäldekollektion des Berliner Sammlers Alexis Schönlank, die von Lempertz 1896 in Köln versteigert wurde. In derselben Sammlung und Auktion befanden sich u. a. auch Werke von Herri met de Bles (Lot 13, heute Koninklijke Musea voor Schone Kunsten, Brüssel), Paulus Lesire (Lot 18, heute Kunstmuseum Basel), dem Meister des Verlorenen Sohns (Lot 25, heute Suermondt-Ludwig-Museum, Aachen) und Lucas Cranach (Lot 34, heute Philadelphia Museum of Art, sowie Lot 35, heute Art Institute, Chicago). Pieter de Bloot Peasants Drinking and Smoking in an Interior Oil on panel. 33 x 41.5 cm (oval). Signed and dated lower right: P De Bloot 1655 [1635?]. Provenance The Alexis Schönlank collection, Berlin. - His sale, J. M. Heberle (H. Lempertz\’ Söhne), Cologne, 28.-29.4.1896, lot 16. - Auctioned by Koller, Zürich, 22.5.1973, lot 2783. - Auctioned by Paul Brandt, Amsterdam, 7.5.1974, lot 36. - Auctioned by Sotheby's, Amsterdam, 17.11.1993, lot 22. - Italian private collection. This interior scene by Pieter de Bloot once belonged to the important paintings collection of the Berlin based collector Alexis Schönlank, which was auctioned by Lempertz in Cologne in 1896. His collection also included works by Herri met de Bles (lot 13, heute Koninklijke Musea voor Schone Kunsten, Brussels), Paulus Lesire (lot 18, now Kunstmuseum Basel), The Master of the Prodigal Son (lot 25, now Suermondt-Ludwig-Museum, Aachen), and Lucas Cranach (lot 34, now Philadelphia Museum of Art, and lot 35, now Art Institute, Chicago).
Pieter De Bloot - A Pedlar And An Old Woman

Pieter De Bloot - A Pedlar And An Old Woman

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Lot number: 208
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Pieter de Bloot A PEDLAR AND AN OLD WOMAN ROTTERDAM CIRCA 1601/2 - 1658 signed lower right: P. De. Bloot oil on oak panel 27.7 x 21.3 cm.; 10 7/8  x 8 3/8  in. Provenance With D. Komter, Amsterdam, by 1921; His sale, Amsterdam, Mak, 9 March 1926, lot 14; In the collection of the present owner's family probably since at least the 1960s. Exhibited Amsterdam, Mak, Tentoonstelling collectie kunsthandel D. Komter, 1–22 September 1924, no. 11. Literature Beeldende Kunst, vol. IX, no. 3, January 1922, cat. no. 20, reproduced. Catalogue Note This work was originally one of a pair of paintings – the other sold Cologne, Lempertz, 26 October 1926, lot 238. Copies of both, traditionally attributed to Pieter Jansz. Quast, are in the Herzog Anton Ulrich-Museum, Braunschweig.1 1. Inv. no. 299; see Herzog Anton Ulrich-Museum, Die holländischen Gemälde, Braunschweig 1983, pp. 162–63, inv. no. 299, reproduced.
Pieter De Bloot - An Interior With Quarrelling Peasants, Fragments Of A Signature On The Table, An Engraving Dated 1633 On The Wall

Pieter De Bloot - An Interior With Quarrelling Peasants, Fragments Of A Signature On The Table, An Engraving Dated 1633 On The Wall

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Lot number: 297
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Pieter de Bloot (Rotterdam 1601–1658) An interior with quarrelling peasants, fragments of a signature on the table, an engraving dated 1633 on the wall, oil on panel, 45 x 75.5 cm, framed Exhibited: Berlin, Werke Alter Kunst aus Berliner Privatbesitz, 1915, no. 10 Saleroom Notice: fragments of a signature on the table, an engraving dated 1633 on the wall
Pieter De Bloot - Genre Scene By A Tavern

Pieter De Bloot - Genre Scene By A Tavern

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Lot number: 5
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Lot 5: Pieter de Bloot, Genre Scene by a Tavern
Pieter De Bloot (1601-1658)
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Pieter de Bloot, Genre Scene by a Tavern
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VAT: Margin scheme
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Private ownership, Germany.
Dimensions:

75 x 105 cm
Artist or Maker:

Pieter de Bloot
Medium:

Oil on canvas, mounted on panel
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