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Hendrik Ii Kobell

Netherlands (1751 -  1779 )
KOBELL Hendrik II Holländische Marine.

Dobiaschofsky /May 13, 2009
450.00
Not Sold

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Hendrik Ii Kobell - The Battle Of Barfleur

Hendrik Ii Kobell - The Battle Of Barfleur

Original 1692
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Lot number: 78
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Hendrick Kobell (1751-1779) The battle of Barfleur, 19 May 1692:  Admiral Russell’’’’’’’’s flagship Britannia, 100-guns, in close action with the Comte de Tourville’’’’’’’’s flagship Soleil Royal, 106-guns signed, inscribed, numbered and dated 'H Kobell junior f 1769/Rotterdam No. 4.' (lower right) oil on canvas 31 x 43 ¾ in. (78.7 x 11.2 cm.) Special Notice Specified lots (sold and unsold) marked with a filled square not collected from Christie’’’’’’’’s by 5.00 pm on the day of the sale will, at our option, be removed to Cadogan Tate. Christie’’’’’’’’s will inform you if the lot has been sent offsite. Our removal and storage of the lot is subject to the terms and conditions of storage which can be found at Christies.com/storage and our fees for storage are set out in the table. These will apply whether the lot remains with Christie’’’’’’’’s or is removed elsewhere. Please call Christie’’’’’’’’s Client Service 24 hours in advance to book a collection time at Cadogan Tate Ltd. All collections from Cadogan Tate Ltd. will be by pre-booked appointment only. Tel: +44 (0)20 7839 9060 Email: cscollectionsuk@christies.com. If the lot remains at Christie’’’’’’’’s it will be available for collection on any working day 9.00 am to 5.00 pm. Lots are not available for collection at weekends. Provenance Sir Bruce Ingram; Sotheby's, London, 6 May 1964, lot 30, as English School 18th Century, Battle of Barfleur. with N.R. Omell, London. Pre-Lot Text PROPERTY FROM A DISTINGUISHED PRIVATE COLLECTION Exhibited London, National Maritime Museum, 1939-1962 (on loan).
Hendrik Ii Kobell - Ships In Stormy Seas

Hendrik Ii Kobell - Ships In Stormy Seas

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Lot number: 32
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Lot 32: Hendrik Kobell, Ships in Stormy Seas Hendrik Kobell (1751-1779) Hendrik Kobell was born in Rotterdam in 1751. His marine works form a clear and deliberate link to the tradition of 17th century Dutch maritime painting, especially that of Willem van de Velde and Ludolf Backhuysen. However, he often includes 18th century ships in his works, presumably to emphasise that his paintings were in fact late 18th and not 17th century works. The two-masted vessel in the right of this piece, a so-called Kof or Kofschip, is such an example of a type of ship that didn't exist in the 17th century, and here forms the centre of the composition. The vessel is depicted in bright light and is impressively rendered in both the quality of the draughtsmanship and the painting. This same fineness is apparent in the foamy sea spray of the waves in the lower edge of the image.Kobell depicts a dramatic scene in classic Dutch tradition: The ship's crew has apparently been surprised by the gathering storm, and are shown frantically securing the sails and circumnavigating the jagged rock formation whilst lightning flashes across the darkening sky. Similarly dramatic motifs are depicted in two drawings by Kobell which are today kept in the Hessisches Landesmuseum Darmstadt (inv. AE 1077) and the drawings cabinet of the Frankfurter Städel (inv. 2859).We would like to thank Dr. Gerlinde de Beer in Hamburg for her kind help in cataloguing this piece. Formerly Galerie Hermann Abels, Cologne (labelled to the reverse on the stretcher). 78 x 110 cm Hendrik Kobell Oil on canvas (relined)
Hendrik Ii Kobell - Ships In Stormy Sea At Thunder

Hendrik Ii Kobell - Ships In Stormy Sea At Thunder

Original 1751
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Lot number: 1131
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Lot 1131: Hendrik Kobell, Ships in Stormy Sea at Thunder Description: Hendrik Kobell was born in Rotterdam in 1751. His marine works form a clear and deliberate link to the tradition of 17th century Dutch maritime painting, especially that of Willem van de Velde and Ludolf Backhuysen. However, he often includes 18th century ships in his works, presumably to emphasise that his paintings were in fact late 18th and not 17th century works. The two-masted vessel in the right of this piece, a so-called Kof or Kofschip, is such an example of a type of ship that didn't exist in the 17th century, and here forms the centre of the composition. The vessel is depicted in bright light and is impressively rendered in both the quality of the draughtsmanship and the painting. This same fineness is apparent in the foamy sea spray of the waves in the lower edge of the image. Kobell depicts a dramatic scene in classic Dutch tradition: The ship's crew has apparently been surprised by the gathering storm, and are shown frantically securing the sails and circumnavigating the jagged rock formation whilst lightning flashes across the darkening sky. Similarly dramatic motifs are depicted in two drawings by Kobell which are today kept in the Hessisches Landesmuseum Darmstadt (inv. AE 1077) and the drawings cabinet of the Frankfurter Städel (inv. 2859). We would like to thank Dr. Gerlinde de Beer in Hamburg for her kind help in cataloguing this piece. Hendrik Kobell 78 x 110 cm Oil on canvas (relined)
Hendrik Ii Kobell - A Hayship

Hendrik Ii Kobell - A Hayship

Original 1770
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Lot number: 59
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Hendrik Kobell (Rotterdam 1751-1779) A hayship, c. 1770, etching on fine laid paper, watermark "crowned coat-of-arms ", 13,2 x 18,4 cm, trimmed along platemarks, Nagler Monogrammisten III.1166, No. 15, mounted, unframed, (Sch)
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