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Pieter Cornelis Dommershuijzen

Netherlands (1834 -  1908 )
DOMMERSHUIJZEN Pieter Cornelis Hoorn On The Zuiderzee Holland

Barridoff Galleries /Apr 30, 2014
649.82 - 866.43
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Dommersen Pieter Cornelis Chr.

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Pieter Cornelis Dommershuijzen - Joseph Vernet Sketching At Dordrecht

Pieter Cornelis Dommershuijzen - Joseph Vernet Sketching At Dordrecht

Original 1890
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Lot number: 821
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Description: Pieter Cornelis Dommersen (1833-1918) oil on mahogany panel, Joseph Vernet sketching at Dordrecht 1765, signed and dated 1890, inscribed verso, 11 x 15in. Descriptions provided in both printed and on-line catalogue formats do not include condition reports. The absence of a condition statement does not imply that the lot is in perfect condition or completely free from wear and tear, imperfections or the effects of aging. Interested bidders are strongly encouraged to request a condition report on any lots upon which they intend to bid, prior to placing a bid. All transactions are governed by Gorringes Conditions of Sale.
Pieter Cornelis Dommershuijzen - Vessels Along The Dutch Coast At Sunset

Pieter Cornelis Dommershuijzen - Vessels Along The Dutch Coast At Sunset

Original 1879
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Lot number: 138
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Lot Description Pieter Cornelis Dommersen (Utrecht 1834-1912 Hexhem) Vessels along the Dutch coast at sunset signed with initials and dated '79 -' (lower right) oil on panel, unframed 27.5 x 38 cm. Lot Condition Report I confirm that I have read this Important Notice and agree to its terms. View Condition Report
Pieter Cornelis Dommershuijzen - Zonnenberg On The Old Rhine, Near Utrecht, Holland

Pieter Cornelis Dommershuijzen - Zonnenberg On The Old Rhine, Near Utrecht, Holland

Original 1883
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Pieter Cornelis Dommersen (Dutch, 1834-1908) Zonnenberg on the Old Rhine, Near Utrecht, Holland signed and dated 'P.C. Dommersen/ 1883' (lower left) and with artist's seal on reverse oil on panel 25 x 37 in. (63 x 94 cm.) Provenance with Frost and Reed, inv. no. 45024. Provenance: Anonymous sale; Christie’’’’s, London, 22 October 1971, lot 94
Pieter Cornelis Dommershuijzen - Hoorn On The Zuiderzee Holland

Pieter Cornelis Dommershuijzen - Hoorn On The Zuiderzee Holland

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Lot number: 28
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Description: Pieter Dommersen Dutch 1834-1908 Hoorn on the Zuiderzee Holland Signed and dated "...Dommersen" l.l. Oil on panel 6 x 8 in. 15.2 x 20.3 cm Good condition, good appearance, no apparent restoration when examined with a black light Signature: "...Dommersen", l.l. 6 x 8 in. 15.2 x 20.3 cm Oil on panel
Pieter Cornelis Dommershuijzen - A Squadron Of Her Majesty's Ships

Pieter Cornelis Dommershuijzen - A Squadron Of Her Majesty's Ships

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Pieter Cornelis Dommersen (Dutch, 1834-1908) A squadron of Her Majesty's ships – old and new – lying in Asia Pass, Plymouth Sound, with spectators on The Hoe enjoying the spectacle and with Mount Edgcumbe looming up behind Drake's Island beyond signed and dated 'P.C.Dommersen.1888-' (lower left) and inscribed 'H.M.S. Minotaur / Glatton / Galatea Trinity House/Pembroke/Plymouth' (on the reverse) oil on panel 39 x 60cm (15 3/8 x 23 5/8in). This fascinating melange of ships encapsulates all the extraordinary variations in design which characterised the mid-Victorian Royal Navy. From vessels powered by sail alone through to steamships driven by propellers, the artist has provided prime examples of all four major forms of propulsion which existed during the nineteenth century. Viewed from the left, the individual ships have been identified as follows: H.M.S. Minotaur , one of the unique group of five-masters to serve in the fleet, was built on the Thames, launched in 1863 and completed in 1868 at a staggering cost of £478,855. She and her two sisters were the biggest fighting ships of their day (10,690 tons fully loaded and 400 feet in length), as well as the longest single-screw warships ever built. Throughout her active career, she served as a senior flagship and enjoyed a unique record of pomp and ceremony. Converted into a training ship in 1893, she was finally scrapped in 1922, 61 years after her keel was laid. H.M.S. Glatton was one of three big-gun 'breastwork monitors' designed for coastal defence and ordered in the late 1860s. Built at Chatham, Glatton was launched in March 1871 and completed in February 1872. Displacing 4,910 tons, she mounted two massive 12in. 25-ton guns in a single turret and spent her life based at Portsmouth. Her only noteworthy sea service came in 1887 when, during the summer manoeuvres, she was entrusted with the defence of the Thames estuary. H.M.S. Enchantress was an elegant paddler – one of the last batch built for the Royal Navy – which displayed all the hallmarks of her breed - a clipper bow, raked masts and funnels, and a counter stern. Capable of 14.5 knots at full steam, she fulfilled her role as a fast despatch vessel until finally broken up in 1905. Launched, in fact, with the name of Helicon in 1865, she was renamed Enchantress in April 1888 when her sister of that name was decommissioned prior to scrapping. The last ship, sadly, remains unidentified although she is clearly a wooden two-decker of some size. She might be an ageing 74-gun third rate surviving from a previous era or, just as easily, a more recent vessel carrying far more guns and converted to screw-power in order to augment her lofty sail plan. Many such ships had telescopic funnels which were lowered when the vessel was neither underway nor in steam. The artist's choice of these four ships is intriguing to say the least, and it seems possible that the work was commissioned by an officer who had served in all four of them during his career, thus emulating the famous Nicholas Pocock pastiche of all Lord Nelson's flagships in the same anchorage, executed in 1807, and now in the National Maritime Museum's Collection at Greenwich.
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