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Jacob De Wit

Netherlands (Amsterdam 1695 -  Ebenda 1754 ) Wikipedia® : Jacob De Wit
DE WIT Jacob Athena Sheltering The Infant Hercules

Lempertz /Nov 14, 2015
12,000.00 - 15,000.00
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Jacob De Wit - Allégorie De L'ancien Et Du Nouveau Testament

Jacob De Wit - Allégorie De L'ancien Et Du Nouveau Testament

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Lot number: 40
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JACOB DE WITT (AMSTERDAM 1695 - 1754). ALLÉGORIE DE L'ANCIEN ET DU NOUVEAU TESTAMENT. Toile chantournée dans la partie supérieure. 110 X 68,5 CM (43 ¼ X 26 15/16 IN.). Signée et datée en bas à droite : J de Wit../ 1720. Restaurations anciennes et petits accidents. ALLEGORY OF THE OLD AND THE NEW TESTAMENT, CANVAS, SIGNED AND DATED, BY J. DE WITT
Jacob De Wit - A Celebration Of Summer

Jacob De Wit - A Celebration Of Summer

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Lot number: 184
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Jacob de Wit AMSTERDAM 1695 - 1754 A CELEBRATION OF SUMMER signed and dated lower left: JD.Wit 1754 oil on canvas 63.2 by 52.9 cm.; 24 7/8 by 20 3/4 in. Read Condition Report Read Condition Report Register or Log-in to view condition report Saleroom Notice Provenance Anonymous sale, New York, Sotheby's, 18 June 1974, lot 88, for $3,750; With Galerie Bruno Meissner, Zurich, January 1975; Anonymous sale, Amsterdam, Mak van Waay, 15 November 1976, lot 75.
Jacob De Wit - Allegory Of Spring (study For A Ceiling Painting)

Jacob De Wit - Allegory Of Spring (study For A Ceiling Painting)

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Lot number: 54
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Jacob de Wit (Amsterdam 1695 - 1754) Allegory of spring (study for a ceiling painting) Signed l.l. Pen and black and grey wash, 16.4 x 29.3 cm Provenance: - Gebr. Douwes Fine Art, Amsterdam - Private collection, The Netherlands N.B.: Jacob de Wit, born in the Jordaan neighbourhood of Amsterdam, and Cornelis Troost (1696-1750) were among the most deserving painters of the eighteenth century. His clients were exclusively from the upper classes. In a baroque style, similar to that of Peter Paul Rubens, De Wit became a success by making many Rococo ceiling-, door- and chimney paintings. These were painted predominantly for houses on the Amsterdam canals. In addition to his monumental works the pen drawings and studies by De Wit were also very well executed. He was also renowned for his extremely realistic oil paintings of sculpture, also called grisailles, that were soon nicknamed 'Witjes' in honour of the painter.
Jacob De Wit - Athena Sheltering The Infant Hercules

Jacob De Wit - Athena Sheltering The Infant Hercules

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Lot number: 1571
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Lot 1571: Jacob de Wit, Athena Sheltering the Infant Hercules Jacob De Wit (1695-1754) Signed and dated lower right: JdWit 17Text folgt. VAT: Margin scheme The Brenninghaus Collection, Hamburg. - The Rettingmeyer Collection, Wiesbaden, circa 1926. - Private collection, Germany. Dimensions: 92 x 99 cm Artist or Maker: Jacob de Wit Medium: Oil on canvas (relined)
Jacob De Wit - The Head Of The Virgin Turned To The Right

Jacob De Wit - The Head Of The Virgin Turned To The Right

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Lot number: 7
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Lot Description Jacob de Wit (Amsterdam 1695/96-1754) The head of the Virgin turned to the right signed 'J d Wit' black, red and white chalk, point of the brush and brown wash, black ink framing lines 38.2 x 29.9 cm. Lot Condition Report I confirm that I have read this Important Notice and agree to its terms. View Condition Report Provenance Cornelis Ploos van Amstel (1726-1798) (L. 3002-3004), with his inscription 'Jb. dwit. f/ hoog 15d/ breed 11¾ d' (on the mount); Philippe van der Schley, Amsterdam, 3 March 1800, possibly Album DD, lot 8 ('Een dito [Hoofd van Maria] met zwart, rood en wit Kryt, door denzelven [J. de Wit]'). View Lot Notes >
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