Pieter De Hooch

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HOOCH de Pieter An Elegant Couple Playing Music On A Terrace Looking Out Over Acanal With A Maid Pouring Wine

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Pieter De Hooch - Interior

Pieter De Hooch - Interior

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* HOOCH, PIETER DE (Rotterdam 1629 - nach 1683 Amsterdam) Interior with mother and child and a servant sweeping. Oil on panel. Monogrammed lower left on the wooden vessel: PH. 43.2 x 32.4 cm. Provenance: - Collection in England, 19th century, according to label verso. - Private collection. Literature: - Sutton, Peter C.: Pieter de Hooch, Oxford 1980, S. 78/99. Cat. 17, fig. 16. - Kersten, Michiel C. C. (et al.): in Exh. Cat. Delftse Meester, tdgenoten van Vermeer, Stedelk Museum Het Prinsenhof, Delft 1996, No.125, p. 138. - Sutton, Peter C.: in: Pieter de Hooch, 1624-1684, Exh. Cat. Dulwich Picture Gallery & Hartford Wadsworth Athenaeum, Hartford 1998, No.7. Exhibited: London, Dulwich Picture Gallery & Hartford, Wadsworth Athenaeum, Pieter de Hooch, 1624-1684, 3.9.-15.11.1998 and 17.12.- 27.2.1999, No.7. CHF 90 000.- / 130 000.- € 75 000.- / 108 330.- * HOOCH, PIETER DE (Rotterdam 1629 - nach 1683 Amsterdam) Interieur mit Mutter und Kind und einer fegenden Dienerin. Öl auf Holz. Unten links auf dem Holzfass monogrammiert: PH. 43,2 x 32,4 cm. Provenienz: - In einer Sammlung in England, 19. Jh.? gemäss einer Etikette verso. - Privatsammlung. Literatur: - Sutton, Peter C.: Pieter de Hooch, Oxford 1980, S. 78/99. Kat. 17, Abb. 16. - Kersten, Michiel C. C. (u.a.): in Ausst. Kat. Delftse Meester, tdgenoten van Vermeer, Stedelk Museum Het Prinsenhof, Delft 1996, Nr. 125, S. 138. - Sutton, Peter C.: in: Pieter de Hooch, 1624-1684, Ausstel. Kat. Dulwich Picture Gallery & Hartford Wadsworth Athenaeum, Hartford 1998, Nr. 7. Ausstellung: London, Dulwich Picture Gallery & Hartford, Wadsworth Athenaeum, Pieter de Hooch, 1624-1684, 3.9.-15.11.1998 und 17.12.- 27.2.1999, Nr. 7. Peter Sutton datiert dieses Gemälde um circa 1657 und vermerkt, dass es sich hierbei um eines von zwei der frühesten Darstellungen von häuslicher Thematik im Oeuvre von Pieter de Hooch handelt. Die zweite früheste Interieurszene des Malers mit einer Magd beim Vorbereiten von Gemüse befindet sich im Musée du Louvre, Paris (Öl auf Holz, 60 x 27 cm, Inv. Nr. 1372) und zeigt eine vergleichbare monochrome Farbigkeit und kompositorische Gestaltung des Raumes mit Ausblick in weitere Räumlichkeiten im Hintergrund. Das Fegen und die Darstellung von Besen galt in der holländischen Genremalerei des 17. Jahrhunderts als Hinweis auf geistige Reinheit und moralische Bereinigung (siehe Schama, Simon: Housewives and Hussies, Homelines and Worldliness" in: The Embarrassment of Riches, New York 1987, S. 388-89 und Franits, E.: Paragons of Virtue. Women and Domesticity in Seventeenth-Century Dutch Art, Cambridge 1993, S. 97-99). Sutton hebt hervor, dass Pieter de Hooch häufig Mütter mit Kindern in Begleitung einer Magd beim Fegen wählte, die auf diesen ikonographischen Kontext hinweisen dürften (Sutton, 1998). CHF 90 000.- / 130 000.- € 75 000.- / 108 330.-
Pieter De Hooch - An Elegant Couple Playing Music On A Terrace Looking Out Over A Canal, With A Maid Pouring Wine

Pieter De Hooch - An Elegant Couple Playing Music On A Terrace Looking Out Over A Canal, With A Maid Pouring Wine

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Pieter de Hooch (Rotterdam 1629-after 1684 Amsterdam) An elegant couple playing music on a terrace looking out over a canal, with a maid pouring wine indistinctly signed with monogram 'PH' (lower left) oil on canvas 51.2 x 62.2 cm. C. Hofstede de Groot, Beschreibendes und Kritisches Verzeichnis der Werke, etc, London, 1907, no. 134 and 171a. A. de Rudder, Pieter de Hooch et son oeuvre, Brussels, 1913, p. 104. K. Lilienfeld, 'Wiedergefundene Gemälde des Pieter de Hooch', in Zeitschrift für bildende Kunst, 58-II, 1924-5, p. 187. C.H. Collins Baker, Masters of Painting. Pieter de Hooch, London, 1925, no. 8. C. Briére-Misme, 'Tableaux Inèdits ou peu connus de Pieter de Hooch', Gazette des Beaux-Arts, 1927, p. 276. W.R. Valentiner, Pieter de Hooch, Stuttgart, 1929, no. 171. P. Sutton, Pieter de Hooch, Oxford, 1980, p. 118, no. 155, fig. 158.
Pieter De Hooch - Mother And Child With A Serving Woman Sweeping

Pieter De Hooch - Mother And Child With A Serving Woman Sweeping

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Pieter de Hooch (Rotterdam 1629-1684 Amsterdam) Mother and child with a serving woman sweeping signed with the artist's monogram 'PH' (lower left, on thebarrel) oil on panel 17 x 15 1/8 in. (43.2 x 38.3 cm.) Provenance In an English, 17th century collection, no. 17 (according to anold label on the reverse). with Edward Speelman, Ltd., London. Anonymous sale; Christie's, London, 9 July 1999, lot 13(£155,500). Literature P. Sutton, Pieter de Hooch, Oxford, 1980, pp. 78, 99, no. 17,pl. 16. M. Kersten et al., Delftse Meester, tijdgenoten van Vermeer,exhibition catalogue, Delft, 1996, p. 138, fig. 125. P. Sutton, Pieter de Hooch, 1629-1684, exhibition catalogue, NewHaven and London, 1998, p. 100, no. 7. Exhibited London, Dulwich Picture Gallery, and Hartford, WadsworthAthenaeum, Pieter de Hooch, 1629-1684, 3 September-15 November1998, and 17 December 1998-27 February 1999, no. 7. Lot Notes The present picture by de Hooch contains many elements thatwould come to characterize his oeuvre well into his maturity. Thedomestic subject matter, the daringly receeding perspective, themotif of windows and doorways, the symbolic meaning infused intoeveryday objects would all be used with increasing complexity by deHooch throughout his career. In this picture we see a nascent,almost experimental foray into a format that de Hooch wouldultimately master and define. The deepening perspective created by the open doorway on the leftis bracketed by a still life vignette of barrels and bowls in theforeground and a wall abruptly cutting off the view in thebackground. It is the artist's first step in creating thetunnel-like view into alleys, streets or enfilades of rooms thatwould open up such interior scenes. The patchwork of lead-glazedwindows and open doorways which would evolve into a complexlighting scheme is first attempted here, though de Hooch chose amore diffuse and subtle glow to light the room. The broadly paintedinterior has certain objects that seem deliberately andspecifically included. The servant holding a broom was associatedwith spiritual purity and moral cleansing in Dutch culture (Sutton,1998, p. 100). The combination of the servant sweeping and themother with her young child reinforces that meaning. Peter Sutton wrote that this painting along with Woman preparingvegetables now in the Louvre are the two earliest examples of deHooch's domestic scenes.
Pieter De Hooch - An Elegant Couple Playing Music On A Terrace Looking Out Over Acanal With A Maid Pouring Wine

Pieter De Hooch - An Elegant Couple Playing Music On A Terrace Looking Out Over Acanal With A Maid Pouring Wine

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Lot number: 84
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Pieter de Hooch (Rotterdam 1629-after 1684 Amsterdam) An elegant couple playing music on a terrace looking out over acanal with a maid pouring wine indistinctly signed with monogram 'PH' (lower left) oil on canvas 51.2 x 62.2 cm. (possibly) J.G. Korschen; Pfeiffer, Breslau, 11 June 1838, lot71. Mr. Dunford; Christie's, London, 28 April 1855, lot 90. Mustapha Fazyl Pasha, Paris, 1876. His Excellency Vladimir Templow, St. Petersburg; Christie's London,25 February 1905, lot 71 (£21 to Bailey). Ludwig Mandl, Wiesbaden; Mensing, Amsterdam, 13 July 1926, lot644. with van Diemen & Co, New York, 1930. A.W. Sjöstrand, Stockholm; Lepke, Berlin, 21 March 1933, lot54. C. Hofstede de Groot, Beschreibendes und Kritisches Verzeichnisder Werke, etc, London, 1907, no. 134 and 171a. A. de Rudder, Pieter de Hooch et son oeuvre, Brussels, 1913, p.104. K. Lilienfeld, 'Wiedergefundene Gemälde des Pieter de Hooch', inZeitschrift für bildende Kunst, 58-II, 1924-5, p. 187. C.H. Collins Baker, Masters of Painting. Pieter de Hooch, London,1925, no. 8. C. Briére-Misme, 'Tableaux Inèdits ou peu connus de Pieter deHooch', Gazette des Beaux-Arts, 1927, p. 276. W.R. Valentiner, Pieter de Hooch, Stuttgart, 1929, no. 171. P. Sutton, Pieter de Hooch, Oxford, 1980, p. 118, no. 155, fig.158.
Pieter De Hooch - An Elegant Company Making Music In An Interior

Pieter De Hooch - An Elegant Company Making Music In An Interior

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Lot number: 146
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Pieter de Hooch (Rotterdam 1629-1684 Amsterdam) An elegant company making music in an interior indistinctly signed and dated '... HOOCH 1684' (upper right) oil on canvas 21 3/8 x 25 1/8 in. (54.3 x 63.8 cm.) Provenance The Hon. General Phipps, and by descent to his nephew, The Hon. Edmund Phipps, London; Christie's, London, 25 June 1859, lot 57 (19 gns. to Robinson). Danby & Seymour, Grosvenor Square; Christie's, London, 6 July 1861, lot 82 (unsold). Danby & Seymour, Grosvenor Square; Christie's, London, 18 January 1868, lot 98 (7 gns. to Seymour). Miss J.M. Seymour, East Knoyle House, East Knoyle, Salisbury, Wiltshire; Her Sale, Christie's, London, 19 January 1945, lot 50 (400 gns. to Leger). with Leger Gallery, London, from whom purchased by the husband of the present owner, c. 1946. Literature G.F. Waagen, Treasures of Art in Great Britain, II, London, 1854, p. 227, no. 2. C. Hofstede de Groot and W. Valentiner, 'Pieter de Hooch', in Beschreibendes und kritisches Verzeichnis der Werke der hervorragendsten holländischen Maler des XVII. Jahrhunderts, I, Esslingen-Paris, 1907, p. 519, no. 160. P.C. Sutton, Pieter de Hooch, Oxford, 1980, pp. 119-20, no. 163, fig. 166, the signature transcribed from a 1945 photograph 'P./D(E?) HOOGE AO 1684'. Exhibited (Possibly) British Institution, London, 1847, no. 123 (lent by Phipps). Lot Notes It seems likely that the Hon. General Phipps who owned this picture was General Edmund Phipps (1760-1837), son of Constantine Phipps, 1st Baron Mulgrave and brother of General Henry Phipps, 1st Earl Mulgrave (1755-1832), the diplomatist and politician, and that his collection of pictures was bequeathed to his nephew and namesake the Hon. Edmund Phipps (1808-1838), the lawyer and author, third son of the Earl.
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