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Jozef Israels

Netherlands (1824 -  1911 ) Wikipedia® : Jozef Israels
ISRAELS Jozef Jewish Wedding

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Aug 29, 2017
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Artworks in Arcadja
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Jozef Israels -  The Horse Cart

Jozef Israels - The Horse Cart

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Lot number: 69058
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Jozef Israels (Dutch, 1824-1911) The horse cart Oil on paper laid on panel 12-3/4 x 21-3/4 inches (32.4 x 55.2 cm) Signed lower left: Jozef Israels PROPERTY OF A LADY, MONTAUK, NEW YORK PROVENANCE: Private collection We wish to thank the RKD-Netherlands Institute for Art History for providing cataloguing assistance. This painting originally hung in the corridor to the atelier of Jozef Israels' home in The Hague. HID01801242017
Jozef Israels - 'voor De Luiermand'/a Woman Sewing By The Window

Jozef Israels - 'voor De Luiermand'/a Woman Sewing By The Window

Original 1880
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Lot number: 267
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Jozef Israëls (1824-1911) 'Voor de luiermand'/A woman sewing by the window signed 'Jozef Israels.' (lower left) Painted circa 1880. oil on panel, 39,5x27,5 cm Exhibited: -Amsterdam, Stedelijk Museum, 'Tentoonstelling van schilderijen en aquarellen', 10 September-15 October 1910, no. 49. -The Hague, Gemeentemuseum, 1947, inv. no. 44-X-47 (on loan). Provenance: -With Kunsthandel Buffa & Zonen, Amsterdam, 1910, where acquired by mr. E.H. Crone (sold for: 8,000 Dfl.). Please compare to a painting with a similar composition by Jozef Israëls in the Gemeentemuseum, The Hague, inv. no. 0331361.
Jozef Israels - De Dienstmeid

Jozef Israels - De Dienstmeid

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Lot number: 1199
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Description: JOZEF ISRAELS (1824-1911) (toe te schrijven aan) 'De Dienstmeid'. Potlood. Getekend 'Jozef Israels'. Oorspronkelijke tekening voor de gelijknamige novelle van Pol de Mont. Met annotatie op verso. Blad deels gebruind. In kader. 330 x 250 mm JOZEF ISRAELS (1824-1911) (à attribuer à) Mine de plomb. Annotation au verso. Signé. Feuille insolée. Encadrée. 330 x 250 mm JOZEF ISRAELS (1824-1911) (to be attributed to) 'De Dienstmeid'.Pencil. Signed 'Jozef Israels'. With inscription on the reverse. Sheet somewhat browned. Framed. 330 x 250 mm
Jozef Israels - Jewish Wedding

Jozef Israels - Jewish Wedding

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Lot number: 273
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Description: Jewish wedding, after Jozef Isra?ls (1824-1911). Print on thick paper published by Meisenbach Riffarth & Co, Berlin, [early 20th century]. A print after an oil painting by Jozef Isra?ls, painted in 1903. Approx. 48 X51 cm, fair-good condition. Dark paper, damp stains, creases, restored tears.
Jozef Israels -  Jour De Repos: The Card Players

Jozef Israels - Jour De Repos: The Card Players

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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.
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