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Jozef Israels

Netherlands (1824 -  1911 ) Wikipedia® : Jozef Israels
ISRAELS Jozef In The Kitchen

Auctionata /Sep 12, 2016
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Artworks in Arcadja
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Jozef Israels -  Jour De Repos: The Card Players

Jozef Israels - Jour De Repos: The Card Players

Original 1876
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Lot number: 185
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Jozef Israëls (1824-1911) Jour de repos: the card players Jozef Israëls (1824-1911) Jour de repos: the card players signed 'Jozef Israels' (lower left) oil on canvas 136 x 187 cm. Painted in 1876. As one of leading figures of The Hague School and one of the most celebrated Dutch painters of his time, Jozef Israels was of high importance to changes in style and subject in Dutch 19th century painting. He was celebrated for his sentimental style and realistic themes from the earliest days of his career. In Holland as well as abroad, he was regarded as one of the pioneers of realism, expressing himself in large genre paintings depicting events in the lives of peasants and fisher folk, like in the present lot. He realized that the hard, simple life of farmers and fishermen had far more meaning to him than the elevated historical subjects he painted up till then. In 1856 Israels achieved his first success with Past Mother\\\’s Grave (Collection Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam), which was purchased by the Royal Academy of Amsterdam. International fame came when Shipwrecked Fisherman (Collection National Gallery, London) attracted much attention at the Salon of 1861 in Paris and the international exhibition of 1862 in London. Israels' new subject matter proved to be successful. His humble scenes of peasants and fishermen were greeted with enthusiasm by progressive as well as conservative critics. Theophile Thore-Burger (1807-1869), reviewing the Paris World Fair of 1867, called him one of the most talented painters of his time, praising his quest for 'truth' and 'naturalness'. Israels' contemplative approach and humble subjects also earned praise of contemporary painters, such as Vincent van Gogh, who was a strong admirer of his work. The artist send the present lot to the important International Exhibition in Philadelphia, in the Memorial Hall in the spring of 1876 and sold in the same year to The Hague collector Mr. F.H.M. Post. The present spectacular painting depicts an interior with several card players and a mother and child. The subject of \\\‘card games\\\’ has a long tradition in art history and was especially popular in the seventeenth century with celebrated genre painters like David Teniers II (1610-1690) and Adriaen Brouwer (1605-1638). During the 19th century the theme was revived by many painters who found their inspiration in the Golden Age. They depicted anecdotic card games where players became inebriated and prone to deception. However, Israels chose to focus on the social aspect of these card games and the impact they had on the family of the players. The dark tones and raw brushstrokes strengthen the sentimental mood and dramatizes the subject. It is an expression of Israels vision of an existential acceptance of the circumstances of life, however bitter. The people in these paintings are entirely at one with their surroundings, every nuance of light and every detail contributing to the total effect.
Jozef Israels - Retour Du Marché

Jozef Israels - Retour Du Marché

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Lot number: 228
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Description: Jozef Israëls (Dutch, 1824-1911) Retour du marché Signed "Jozef Israels" l.l., identified on two labels affixed to the reverse. Oil on canvas mounted to panel, 12 1/4 x 16 1/2 in. (31.2 x 41.7 cm), framed. Condition: Minor retouch, fine craquelure, bowing to panel. Provenance: Christie's South Kensington, 19th Century European Art, Thursday, December 4, 2003, Lot 197; to a private Massachusetts collection
Jozef Israels - Farmer's Meal

Jozef Israels - Farmer's Meal

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Lot number: 43
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Jozef Israels Groningen 1824 - Den Haag 1911 attr. Farmer's Meal Oil/canvas, 23 x 30,5 cm, lo. ri. indistinctly sign. probably Josef Israels, relined. Notes: Dutch painter a. graphik artist, one of the main exponents of the Hague painting school. He was taught drawing in Groningen before studying painting in the studio of J. A. Krusemann since 1840. At the same time he took evening lessons under J. W. Pienemann at the Amsterdam academy. Unsatisfied by academic lessons in Amsterdam he went to Paris, accompanied by J. van Koningsveld, a. studied under J. Pradier, H. Vernet a. P. Delaroche. In 1847 he returned to Amsterdam a. developed into one of the leading history painters of his time. Since the mid 1850s he turned to subjects from the life of fishermen, a. the expression of mental impulses became most important. Some of his later paintings remind of Rembrandt in their immediatness, in their light a. colour.
Jozef Israels - In The Kitchen

Jozef Israels - In The Kitchen

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Lot number: 38
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38 | Jozef Israëls (1824-1911), In the Kitchen, Oil, 1850s Oil on cardboard Netherlands, probably late 1850s Jozef Israëls (1824-1911) - Dutch genre, historical and landscape painter, watercolorist, draftsman and graphic artist; main representative of the Hague School Mounted in gilt historicism frame: 43 x 51 cm Provenance: Kunsthaus Lempertz, auction 585, November 19 - 21, 1981, Lot 481
Jozef Israels - In The Kitchen

Jozef Israels - In The Kitchen

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Lot number: 77
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Lot 77: Jozef Israëls (1824-1911), In the Kitchen, Oil, 1850s Description: Oil on cardboard Netherlands, probably late 1850s Jozef Israëls (1824-1911) - Dutch genre, historical and landscape painter, watercolorist, draftsman and graphic artist; main representative of the Hague School Signed ‘J. Israel’’’’’’’’ lower left Dimensions: 29.5 x 37 cm Mounted in gilt historicism frame: 43 x 51 cm Provenance: Kunsthaus Lempertz, auction 585, November 19 - 21, 1981, Lot 481 In the 1850s, Israëls met Max Liebermann, whose modern-realistic painting style in loose brushwork would influence him deeply
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