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Paul Vredemann De Vries

(1567 -  1635 )
de VRIES Paul Vredemann A Capriccio

Christie's
Dec 3, 2008
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Paul Vredemann De Vries - The Interior Of A Gothic Cathedral With Costumed Figures

Paul Vredemann De Vries - The Interior Of A Gothic Cathedral With Costumed Figures

Original 1609
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Lot number: 21
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Paul Vredeman de Vries (Antwerp 1567-1617 Amsterdam) The interior of a Gothic cathedral with costumed figures signed and dated 'PAULUS 1609' (lower left on tombstone); and with signature and date 'PEETER NEFS 1634' (lower left) oil on panel 112.7 x 152.7 cm.
The staffage in this newly discovered work by Vredeman de Vries shows strong stylistic similarity to the work of Karel van Mander (Meulebeke 1548-1606 Amsterdam), who may well have painted the figures.
Paul Vredemann De Vries - Palace Architecture With Figures.

Paul Vredemann De Vries - Palace Architecture With Figures.

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Lot number: 3082
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Sale A148 Lot 3082
- 27 March 2009 15:00

VRIES, PAUL VREDEMAN DE
(Antwerp 1567 - 1630), Follower of
Palace architecture with figures.
Oil on canvas. 58.7 x 88.2 cm.

VRIES, PAUL VREDEMAN DE
(Antwerpen 1567 - 1630), Nachfolger
Palastarchitektur mit Figurenstaffage.
Öl auf Leinwand. 58,7 x 88,2 cm.

Paul Vredemann De Vries - A Capriccio

Paul Vredemann De Vries - A Capriccio

Original 1613
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Lot number: 133
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Paul Vredeman de Vries (Antwerp 1567-after 1630?)
A capriccio, with Daniel demanding justice for Susannah under anarched colonnade, a formal garden beyond
signed (?) with monogram and dated 'PVR 1613' (lower right)
oil on panel
30 x 42 in. (76.2 x 106.7 cm.)
Pre-Lot Text
THE PROPERTY OF A GENTLEMAN
Provenance
Rushbrooke Hall, Bury St. Edmonds, Suffolk, and bydescent.
Lot Notes
Paul Vredeman de Vries was the son and pupil of Hans Vredeman deVries, one of the most influential exponents of Manneristarchitecture and decoration; indeed, Paul collaborated on one ofhis father's many volumes, Architectura (1606), contributing 31engravings. It was engravings of this type that would be such arich resource for later artists, including Hendrick van SteenwijckI (who was also taught by Hans Vredeman de Vries), Bartolomeus vanBassen and Dirck van Delen. Like the engravings, Paul Vredeman deVries's painted architectural fantasies allied a wealth of elegantarchitectural forms with a clever illusion of space, such as thepresent lot, in which the sumptuous palatial architecture takesprecedence over the subject of the painting, which shows Danieldemanding justice for Susannah as she is led away for execution(Book of Daniel, XIII). Susannah, who had been spied upon by twoelders, was accused of adultery for not complying with theirdemands, and it was only when Daniel cross-examined the eldersseparately, that her innocence was decisively proven, sparing herfrom execution. Hans Vredeman de Vries painted at least two extantscenes from the story of Susannah (nos. 127-8 in Hans Vredeman deVries und die Renaissance im Norden, exhibition catalogue, 2002).We are grateful to Paul Taylor of the Warburg Institute foridentifying the subject of the picture.
Paul Vredemann De Vries - A Church Interior With Christ And The Adulterous Woman

Paul Vredemann De Vries - A Church Interior With Christ And The Adulterous Woman

Original 1609
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Lot number: 45
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measurements measurements note 59.5 by 86 cm. description oil on panel catalogue note this church scene can be compared with other works by paul vredeman de vries, such as a signed christ driving the money-changers from the temple, dated 1609 with hoogsteder & hoogsteder, the hague (see exh. cat. tussen stadspaleizen en luchtkastelen, hans vredeman de vries en de renaissance, antwerp, koninklijk museum voor schone kunsten, 14 september-8 december 2002, pp. 362-3, cat. no. 207, reproduced). the composition is also reminiscent of a print by johannes londerseel after hendrick aerts, which was much copied by vredeman de vries's contemporaries (hollstein xi, no. 75). marijke c. de kinkelder has kindly confirmed the attribution on the basis of first hand inspection.
Paul Vredemann De Vries - Elegant Figures In A Sumptuous Interior

Paul Vredemann De Vries - Elegant Figures In A Sumptuous Interior

Original 1612
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Paul Vredeman de Vries (Antwerp 1567-after 1630 ?)
Elegant figures in a sumptuous interior
signed and dated 'VRIE[S] 1612' (lower left)
oil on panel
27 1/8 x 40 3/8 in. (68.9 x 102.5 cm.)
Special Notice
Provenance
Björck Collection; sale, Stockholm, 6 December 1922, lot73.
Lot Notes
Paul Vredeman de Vries was the son and pupil of Hans Vredeman deVries, one of the most influential exponents of Manneristarchitecture and decoration; indeed, Paul collaborated on one ofhis father's many volumes, Architectura (1606), contributing 31engravings. It was engravings of this type that would be such arich resource for later artists, Hendrick van Steenwijck I (who wasalso taught by Hans Vredeman de Vries), Bartolomeus van Bassen, andDirck van Delen. Like the engravings, Paul Vredeman de Vries'spainted architectural fantasies, such as the present lot, allied awealth of elegant architectural forms with a clever illusion ofspace. Such interiors particularly appealed to the aristocratic andintellectual clientele that gathered around the courtly cities ofAntwerp and Prague. Other examples are at Vienna (KunsthistorichesMuseum), The Hague (The Mauritshuis), and Paris (Musée des Artsdecoratifs).
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