Lambert Jacobsz

(15981636 ) - Artworks
JACOBSZ Lambert Saint Paul Writing At A Desk

Christie's /Jan 27, 2000
25,060.14 - 35,084.20
29,843.30

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Lambert Jacobsz - Joseph's Brothers On The Road From Egypt, Being Held By A Centurian And His Soldiers

Lambert Jacobsz - Joseph's Brothers On The Road From Egypt, Being Held By A Centurian And His Soldiers

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Lot number: 182
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K. Kiewit de Jonge, Groningen; Thence by decent until sold anonymously ("The Property of a Lady"), Amsterdam, Sotheby's, 10 May 2005, lot 19 for €9,000. Leeuwarden, Fries Museum, Herdenkings-tentoonstelling Lambert Jacobsz, 27 June - 27 September 1936, no. 6. 182 THE PROPERTY OF A LADY Lambert Jacobsz. AMSTERDAM CIRCA 1598 - 1636 LEEUWARDEN JOSEPH'S BROTHERS ON THE ROAD FROM EGYPT, BEING HELD BY A CENTURIAN AND HIS SOLDIERS signed and dated lower centre: Lamber..Jacobsz. fecit / Ao 1632 oil on panel 55.2 by 71.2 cm.; 21 3/4 by 28 in. Estimate 3,000 - 5,000 GBP Print
Lambert Jacobsz - The Entombment

Lambert Jacobsz - The Entombment

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Lot number: 26
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Lot Description Lambert Jacobsz (Amsterdam c.1598-1636 Leeuwarden) The Entombment signed and dated 'Lambert Jacobs fecit 1631' (lower right) oil on canvas 103.5 x 145.8 cm. View Lot Notes › We are grateful to Drs. Peter van den Brink of theSuermondt-Ludwig Museum, Aachen, for confirming the attributionbased on a photograph (written documentation, 17 September2010).
Lambert Jacobsz - Joseph's Brothers On The Road From Egypt Held By The Centurion And His Soldiers (genesis, 44: 5-6)

Lambert Jacobsz - Joseph's Brothers On The Road From Egypt Held By The Centurion And His Soldiers (genesis, 44: 5-6)

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Lot number: 19
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signed and dated lower centre: Lamber.. Jacobs. f.. / A o 1632 oil on panel, in a 17th Century ebonized cabinet frame with a moulded inner edge PROVENANCE Mrs. A.W. Visser-Kiewit de Jonge, Groningen, 1926; Thence by descent to the present owner; Offered, Amsterdam, Christie's, 6 November 2000, lot 78. EXHIBITED Leeuwarden, Fries Museum, Herdenkingstentoonstelling Lambert Jacobsz., 27 June - 27 September 1936, p. 15, cat. no. 6. LITERATURE AND REFERENCES U. Thieme & F. Becker, Allgemeines Lexikon der Bildenden Künstler..., vol. XVIII, Leipzig 1913, p. 259; K. Bauch, Jacob Adriaensz. Backer, Berlin 1926, p. 69, cat. no. 2; H.F. Wijnman, 'Nieuwe gegevens omtrent den schilder Lambert Jacobsz. I', in Oud Holland, 47, 1930, pp. 152-3, reproduced p. 151, fig. 4. CATALOGUE NOTE In 1620, after visiting Italy, and training with Sir Peter Paul Rubens (1577-1640), the Amsterdam-born painter Lambert Jacobsz. went to Leeuwarden. Best known for his paintings with a historical subject, Jacobsz. painted several landscapes with biblical staffage, such as this characteristic work. These pictures closely relate to works by the pre-Rembrandtists, such as Pieter Lastman (1583-1633), Nicolaes Moeyaert (c.1592-c.1655) and Jacob Pynas (c.1592-c.1650).
Lambert Jacobsz - Saint Paul Writing At A Desk

Lambert Jacobsz - Saint Paul Writing At A Desk

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Lot number: 56
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Signed and dated 'Lambert J. fecit/.1629' Provenance Given circa 1796 to William Jarvis, Boston, MA, and by descentthrough Leonard Jarvis, to Howard Sanford Jarvis, to Neva J. Decoto, to Mary J. Knight, to Mrs. Russell Greenman, New Jersey to the present owner. Exhibited Northampton, MA, Smith Museum of Art, April 1936. Leeuwarden, Friesch Museum, Herdenkings-Tentoonstelling, LambertJacobsz., 27 June-27 September 1936, no. 5, illustrated. Sacramento, Crocker Art Gallery, 1937, on extended loan. Lot Notes No documents exist to secure Lambert Jacobsz.'s early career,but in the period when he must have received his instruction, circa1610-20, Pieter Lastman was one of the leading masters inAmsterdam. A significant part of Jacobsz.'s work recalls Lastman'scompositions and style, and his pictures are often executed on asmall scale and illustrate scenes from the Bible. The present work,while still evoking the precedent of Lastman in its scale andtenebristic handling, also suggests the influence of the Utrechtartists, especially Gerrit van Honthorst. In addition to his skills as a painter, Lambert Jacobsz. was adeacon of the Waterland Baptist community, and a representative ofthe art dealer Hendrick Uylenburgh in Amsterdam, who sent picturesto Jacobsz. for sale in Friesland. Uylenburgh, Rembrandt'sfather-in-law, sent him copies of works by popular paintersincluding Jan Lievens, Honthorst and Rembrandt. Prior to his deathof the plague in June 1636, Lambert Jacobsz. also ran a successfulstudio. His pupils included Govaert Flinck and Jacob Backer, and hemay well have instructed his young son, the portraitist AbrahamLambertsz. van den Tempel.
Lambert Jacobsz - Saint Paul The Hermit Writing In His Study

Lambert Jacobsz - Saint Paul The Hermit Writing In His Study

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Lot number: 138
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LOT 138 THE PROPERTY OF A GENTLEMAN LAMBERT JACOBSZ. AMSTERDAM CIRCA 1598 - 1636 LEEUWARDEN SAINT PAUL THE HERMIT WRITING IN HIS STUDY signed and dated centre left: Lambert J. fecit./ .1629. oil on canvas 114.4 by 99.6 cm.; 45 by 39 1/4 in.
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