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Thomas De Keyser

(1596 -  1667 ) Wikipedia® : Thomas De Keyser
de KEYSER Thomas Portrait Of A Gentleman, Full-length, Holding His Sword And A Hat, With A Dog In An Interior

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Thomas De Keyser - Nobles In An Interior

Thomas De Keyser - Nobles In An Interior

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Lot number: 3052
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THOMAS DE KEYSER (circa 1596 Amsterdam 1667) Nobles in an interior. 1638. Oil on panel. Monogrammed and dated lower left: TDK (ligature) 1638. 44.8 x 59.5 cm (octagonal). Provenance: - Private collection Hans A. Wetzlar, Amsterdam, 1952, Inv. No. 53. - Nystad Antiquairs N. V., Lochen/The Hague, 1962. - Collection of Dir. A. T. Thustrup, Djursholm, 1966 (label verso). - Uppsala Auktions Kammare, Uppsala, 9.-12.6.2015, Lot 9. - European private collection. Exhibited: - Art fair Delft, 1963. - Hollands meesters in Zweeds bezit, Nationalmuseum Stockholm, Stockholm, 1967, No. 83. Literature: Ingvar Bergström: Maîtres Hollandais au Musée de Stockholm, in: L'Oeil Magazine, Paris, Mai 1967, p. 4, fig. 9. This painting is registered at RKD (Rijksbureau voor Kunsthistorische Documentatie, The Hague) under number 198809
Thomas De Keyser - Equestrian Portrait Of A Gentleman, Traditionally Identified Assigneur Demaarsseveen

Thomas De Keyser - Equestrian Portrait Of A Gentleman, Traditionally Identified Assigneur Demaarsseveen

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EQUESTRIAN PORTRAIT OF A GENTLEMAN, TRADITIONALLY IDENTIFIED ASSIGNEUR DEMAARSSEVEEN AMSTERDAM 1596-1667 oil on canvas 28 by 24 3/8 in.; 71 by 62 cm. Provenance Gruyter collection; W. Breggen collection; M. Barthélemy, Paris; His sale, Paris, Hôtel Drouot, 14 December 1871, lot 20 (as G. Terburg and J.B. Weenix), for 5,000 Francs; Private collection, England; Pariset collection, Lyon; Baron Maximilian von Goldschmidt-Rothschild (1843-1940), Frankfurt am Main, by 1911 and until at least 1925; Coumt Hompesch; Captain E.C. Palmer, by 1952 until at least 1961; Anonymous sale, Paris, Galerie Charpentier, 3 December 1959, lot 53; With S. Nystad, the Hague, by 1960; Private collection, North Carolina, by 1963; Anonymous sale, Asheville, North Carolina, Brunk, 13 September 2014, lot 820; There acquired by the present collector. Exhibited Frankfurt am Main, StädelMuseum, Ausstellung von Meisterwerken alter Malerei aus Privatbesitz, Summer 1925, no. 113 (reproduced plate LXXXIV); London, Royal Academy of Arts,Dutch Pictures: 1450-1750,22 November 1952 - 1 March 1953, no. 447 (landscape attributed to Adriaen Van de Velde, lent by Captain Eric C. Palmer); Kingston upon Hull, Frerens Art Gallery,Dutch Painting of the Seventeenth Century,2 June - 2 July 1961, no. 54 (landscape by Adriaen Van de Velde, lent by Captain Eric C. Palmer); Leeuwarden, Fries Museum; 's-Hertogenbosch, Noordbrabants Museum; Assen, Provinciaal Museum van Drenthe,In het zadel: het nederlands ruiterportret van 1550 tot 1900,7 December 1979 - 4 May 1980, no. 61; Winston-Salem, North Carolina,Gallery of the Public Library of Winston-Salem and Forsyth County, Collectors' Opportunity, 22 April - 3 May 1963, no. 7b. Literature R.Oldenbourg, Thomas de Keysers Tätigkeit als Maler. Ein Beitrag zur Geschichte des holländischen Porträts, Leipzig 1911, p. 78, cat. no. 58 (as Thomas de Keyser, the landscape by another hand); A.J. Adams,The paintings of Thomas de Keyser (1596/7-1667): a study of portraiture in seventeenth-century Amsterdam,Ph D dissertation, Harvard University, 1985, vol. III, p. 290, cat. no. R-89 (under section of rejected works). Catalogue Note Although equestrian portraits in the Netherlands during the seventeenth century are relatively rare outside the preserve of court portraiture, Thomas de Keyser explored the subject of burghers on horseback on a few occasions. In the present scene, which is bathed in a cool and crisp light, an elegantly dressed gentleman appears seated atop a chestnut horse, surrounded by a lush and rolling landscape with a chateau in the distance. One dog runs alongside him, while aa group of figures, some on horseback, and dogs meander up the path behind. This canvas can be compared to other known works by Thomas de Keyser, including his signed and dated portrait Pieter Schout, High Bailiff of Hagestein, in theRijksmuseum (dated 1660, fig. 1),1 as well as hisEquestrian Portrait of a Gentleman with Two Houndsin the Städel Museum, Frankfurt am Main.2 1 Oil on copper, 86.1 by 69.6 cm., inv. no. SK-A-697. 2 Oil on panel, 71 by 55.9 cm., inv. no. 187; see J. Sander and B. Brinkmann,Niederländische Gemälde vor 1800 im Städel, Frankfurt am Main 1995, p. 39, reproduced in color plate 80.
Thomas De Keyser - Portrait Of A Gentleman, Full-length, Holding His Sword And A Hat, With A Dog In An Interior

Thomas De Keyser - Portrait Of A Gentleman, Full-length, Holding His Sword And A Hat, With A Dog In An Interior

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Lot number: 125
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THE PROPERTY OF A EUROPEAN PRIVATE COLLECTOR Thomas de Keyser PORTRAIT OF A GENTLEMAN, FULL-LENGTH, HOLDING HIS SWORD AND A HAT, WITH A DOG IN AN INTERIOR AMSTERDAM (?) 1596/7 - 1667 AMSTERDAM signed with monogram and dated centre left: TDK . F . ANo 1624 oil on oak panel 87.8 x 61.5 cm.; 34 1/2 x 24 1/4 in. Provenance J.C. Pruyssenaar, Amsterdam; His sale, Amsterdam, Van Der Schley and De Vries, 27 December 1814, lot 96 (as by or in the manner of F. de Keijzer), to De Vries for 18 florins; With Forbes and Paterson, London, by 1902; William Frederick Barton Massey-Mainwaring (1845–1907), London, before 1907; With F. Kleinberger, Paris, before 1910; Probably from whom acquired by August C. de Ridder (1837–1911), Villa Schönberg, Kronberg im Taunus, by 1910; With F. Kleinberger, New York, 1913, where unsold (see under Exhibited); Sold by the Executors of August C. de Ridder, Paris, Galerie Georges Petit, 2 June 1924, lot 34, for 45,000 French francs; Anonymous sale, London, Christie's, 12 December 1924, lot 83, for £11.0d.11s. to Bartlett; Sale, Amsterdam, 8 October 1927, lot 112, for 6,400 florins (according to Adams, see Literature); Anonymous sale, Amsterdam, Frederick Muller & Cie., 20 June 1928, lot 30; With Jacques Goudstikker, Amsterdam, by 1928; Ernst I. Lemberger, Amsterdam, from 25 June 1938 – 9 December 1941, when forced to sell to Dr. E. Plietzsch, The Hague; From whom acquired by Kajetan Mühlmann (1898–1958), at the Dienststelle Mühlmann, The Hague, for the Kunstmuseum, Linz (inv. no. 2184); Sent for storage to Altaussee, Austria (inv. no. 3069); Recuperated by the so-called Monuments Men and transferred to the Central Collecting Point, Munich, 15 July 1945 (inv. no. Mü 4420); Repatriated from the above to Amsterdam, 20 November 1945; The Instituut Collectie Nederland (previously the Stichting Nederlands Kunstbezit), The Hague (inv. no. G25); Dienst Verspreide Rijkscollecties, The Hague (inv. no. NK 1407), by whom loaned to the Schilderijengalerij Prins Willem V, The Hague (inv. no. 1316); Restituted from the above to the present owners, 2003. Exhibited London, Forbes and Paterson, A collection of pictures by Dutch masters of the XVIIth century, February 1902, no. 21; New York, F. Kleinberger, Collection of Pictures of the late Herr A. de Ridder, 24 November – 15 December 1913, no. 12; Amsterdam, Goudstikker, Tentoonstelling van Oude Schilderkunst. No. 35, October – November 1928, no. 19; Rotterdam, Museum Boymans, Meesterwerken uit Vier Eeuwen 1400–1800, 25 June – 15 October 1938, no. 95; Arnhem, Gemeentemuseum (according to a label on the reverse); On loan to Schilderijengalerij Prins Willem V, The Hague (inv. no. 1316).
Thomas De Keyser - Portrait Of A Boy

Thomas De Keyser - Portrait Of A Boy

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Lot number: 141
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Thomas de Keyser (?Amsterdam 1596/7-1667 Amsterdam)

Portrait of a boy, bust-length, in a grey patterned doublet and ruff

oil on oak panel

12 x 9 ½ in. (30.5 x 24.3 cm.)

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Thomas De Keyser -  Portrait Of A Gentleman

Thomas De Keyser - Portrait Of A Gentleman

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Lot number: 21
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Thomas de Keyser Amsterdam 1596 - Amsterdam 1667 attr. Portrait of a Gentleman, Ca. 1640, oil/wood, 107 x 75 cm, min. rest., Dutch portrait painter a. architect, son a. pupil of the architect Hendrick de K. Besides painting K. traded in basalt stones; in 1662 he became municipal architect of Amsterdam. K. is the best portrait painter of his times besides F. Hals a. Rembrandt, the influence of which becomes traceable in K.'s works since the 1630s. K. normally painted small-scale single portraits but also group portraits a. depictions of persons on horseback, sporadically biblical subjects.
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