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Isaac Duynen Van

(1628 -  1680 )
DUYNEN VAN Isaac Fish Still Life

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Aug 26, 2016
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Isaac Duynen Van - ‘fish Still Life’’’’’’’’, 17th Century

Isaac Duynen Van - ‘fish Still Life’’’’’’’’, 17th Century

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Lot number: 59
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Isaac van Duynen (1628-1680), \‘Fish Still Life\’\’\’\’\’\’\’\’, 17th Century

Oil on canvas, relined

Netherlands, 17th Century

Isaac van Duynen (1628 - circa 1680) - Dutch still life painter

Indistinctly signed lower left

Dimensions: 70.5 x 102 cm

Provenance: German private collection
Isaac Duynen Van - Fish Still Life

Isaac Duynen Van - Fish Still Life

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Lot number: 10
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Isaac van Duynen (1628-1680), \‘Fish Still Life\’\’\’\’\’\’\’\’, 17th Century
Oil on canvas, relined
Netherlands, 17th Century
Isaac van Duynen (1628 - circa 1680) - Dutch still life painter
Indistinctly signed lower left
Dimensions: 70.5 x 102 cm
Provenance: German private collection
The present still life is a work by the Dutch artist Isaac van Duynen (1628 - ca 1680). The fishes are painted in bright colors and clearly stand out from the dark. Amongst them, one can recognize the shining shell of a lobster. In the center of the painting appears a cat, who pitches into a fish. Lower left is depicted the raw flesh of a fish, which is in clear contrast to the background. The painting is indistinctly signed lower left. The work is in visually good condition with traces of wear. The canvas has been relined and the paint surface shows slight craquelure and framing marks. There are few small areas of retouching in the margins and in lower part of the painting. The dimensions of the work are 70.5 x 102 cm.Isaac van Duynen (1628-1680) The Dutch still-life painter Isaac van Duynen was born in Dordrecht and is mostly recorded for his fish still lives. He was probably a pupil of Jacob Gerritsz. Cuyp and was also called Deynen or Duijnen. Between 1651 and 1657, he lived in Rome. In the late 1650s, he went back to the Netherlands and settled in The Hague. In 1665, he became a member of the \‘Confrerie Pictura\‘. Duynen was a follower of Pieter van Noort and Jan Davidsz de Heem. Works by Isaac van Duynen are on display in numerous museum collections, including the Museo Nacional in Havana, and the Museum of Lille.
Isaac Duynen Van - Fish Still Life

Isaac Duynen Van - Fish Still Life

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Lot number: 84
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Lot 84: Isaac van Duynen (1628-1680), \‘Fish Still Life\’\’\’\’\’\’\’\’, 17th Century
Description: Oil on canvas, relined
Netherlands, 17th Century
Isaac van Duynen (1628 - circa 1680) - Dutch still life painter
Indistinctly signed lower left
Dimensions: 70.5 x 102 cm
Provenance: German private collection
The Dutch still life painter Isaac van Duynen was active in the Golden Age and is mostly recorded for his outstanding fish still lifes. The auction record for similar paintings is 12,000 euros at the international market
The present still life is a work by the Dutch artist Isaac van Duynen (1628 - ca 1680). The fishes are painted in bright colors and clearly stand out from the dark. Amongst them, one can recognize the shining shell of a lobster. In the center of the painting appears a cat, who pitches into a fish. Lower left is depicted the raw flesh of a fish, which is in clear contrast to the background.
The painting is indistinctly signed lower left. The work is in visually good condition with traces of wear. The canvas has been relined and the paint surface shows slight craquelure and framing marks. There are few small areas of retouching in the margins and in lower part of the painting. The dimensions of the work are 70.5 x 102 cm.

Isaac van Duynen (1628-1680)
The Dutch still-life painter Isaac van Duynen was born in Dordrecht and is mostly recorded for his fish still lives. He was probably a pupil of Jacob Gerritsz. Cuyp and was also called Deynen or Duijnen. Between 1651 and 1657, he lived in Rome. In the late 1650s, he went back to the Netherlands and settled in The Hague. In 1665, he became a member of the \‘Confrerie Pictura\‘. Duynen was a follower of Pieter van Noort and Jan Davidsz de Heem. Works by Isaac van Duynen are on display in numerous museum collections, including the Museo Nacional in Havana, and the Museum of Lille.
Isaac Duynen Van - Fish Still Life

Isaac Duynen Van - Fish Still Life

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Lot number: 36
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Lot 36: Isaac van Duynen (1628-1680), 'Fish Still Life', 17th Century
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Oil on canvas, relined

Netherlands, 17th Century

Isaac van Duynen (1628 - circa 1680) - Dutch still life painter

Indistinctly signed lower left

Dimensions: 70.5 x 102 cm

Provenance: German private collection

The Dutch still life painter Isaac van Duynen was active in the Golden Age and is mostly recorded for his outstanding fish still lifes. The auction record for similar paintings is 12,000 euros at the international market
The present still life is a work by the Dutch artist Isaac van Duynen (1628 - ca 1680). The fishes are painted in bright colors and clearly stand out from the dark. Amongst them, one can recognize the shining shell of a lobster. In the center of the painting appears a cat, who pitches into a fish. Lower left is depicted the raw flesh of a fish, which is in clear contrast to the background.

The painting is indistinctly signed lower left. The work is in visually good condition with traces of wear. The canvas has been relined and the paint surface shows slight craquelure and framing marks. There are few small areas of retouching in the margins and in lower part of the painting. The dimensions of the work are 70.5 x 102 cm.
Isaac van Duynen (1628-1680)

The Dutch still-life painter Isaac van Duynen was born in Dordrecht and is mostly recorded for his fish still lives. He was probably a pupil of Jacob Gerritsz. Cuyp and was also called Deynen or Duijnen. Between 1651 and 1657, he lived in Rome. In the late 1650s, he went back to the Netherlands and settled in The Hague. In 1665, he became a member of the 'Confrerie Pictura'. Duynen was a follower of Pieter van Noort and Jan Davidsz de Heem. Works by Isaac van Duynen are on display in numerous museum collections, including the Museo Nacional in Havana, and the Museum of Lille.
Isaac Duynen Van - Fish Still Life

Isaac Duynen Van - Fish Still Life

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Lot number: 1
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Lot 1: Isaac van Duynen (1628-1680), \‘Fish Still Life\’\’\’\’\’\’\’\’, 17th Century
Description: Oil on canvas, relined
Netherlands, 17th Century
Isaac van Duynen (1628 - circa 1680) - Dutch still life painter
Indistinctly signed lower left
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