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Caspar Netscher

Netherlands (1635 -  1684 ) Wikipedia® : Caspar Netscher
NETSCHER Caspar Portrait Of A Lady, Seated Full-length

Christie's
Oct 26, 2016
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Variants on Artist's name :

Netschera Caspara

Netscher Casper

 

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Caspar Netscher - A Lady At Her Toilette

Caspar Netscher - A Lady At Her Toilette

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Lot number: 304
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After Caspar Netscher (1635-1684): A Lady at Her Toilette Oil on copper, unsigned. 18 x 13 3/4 in., 26 x 22 in. (frame). Provenance:Sold Christie's, NY November 13, 1997, Lot 153. Condition: A few tiny scattered losses showing mostly upper center and at the left edge. Some rubbing around the edges under the frame.
Caspar Netscher - The Fortune Teller

Caspar Netscher - The Fortune Teller

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Lot number: 164
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PROPERTY FROM A EUROPEAN PRIVATE COLLECTION Caspar Netscher THE FORTUNE TELLER HEIDELBERG (?) 1639 - 1684 THE HAGUE oil on canvas 59.5 x 51 cm.; 23 1/2 x 20 1/8 in. Provenance Philippe, Duc d'Orleans (d. 1723), Palais-Royal, Paris, until 1791/2 when brought to England and offered for sale by private treaty; Joseph Wilkinson, London; By whom anonymously sold ('A Gentleman of Refined Taste, now about to retire into the country'), London, Christie's, 21 May 1816, lot 67, for £48, to Hildebrandt; Colonel Le Blanc; By whom anonymously sold, London, Christie's, 27 May 1820, lot 98, where unsold; By whom re-offered,London, Christie's, 16–17 June 1820, lot 123, for £57–15s. to Wilkins; William Wilkins, 1829, given in exchange to; E. Grey, by 1834; Possibly anonymous sale, London, Christie's, 15 April 1901, lot 81 for £19–19s. to Miller; Anonymous sale, London, Christie's, 2 July 1920, lot 62, for 63 Guineas to Lacey; With Duits, London; Private Collection; Thence by descent to the present owner. Literature L.F. Du Bois de Saint Gelais, Description des Tableaux du Palais Royal, Paris 1727, p. 164; A.J. Dezalliers D\’Argenville, Abrégé de la vie des plus fameux peintres, vol. III, Paris 1745–52, p. 57; J.B. Descamps, La vie des Peintres Flamands, Allemands, et Hollandais, vol. III, Paris 1753–64, pp. 82–83; W. Buchanan, Memoirs of Painting, with a Chronological History of the Importation of Pictures by the Great Masters into England since the French Revolution, vol. I, London 1984, p. 207; J.A. Smith, A Catalogue Raisonné of the Works of the Most Eminent Dutch, Flemish, and French Painters, 9 vols. & supplement, London 1829–42, p. 154, cat. no.31; C.J. Niewenhuys, A Review of the Lives and Works of some of the most Eminent Painters, London 1834, pp. 168–69 (as in Gray Collection, and as by Constantijn Netscher); G.F. Waagen, Treasures of art in Great Britain,London 1854–57, vol. 2, p. 501; C. Hofstede de Groot,A Catalogue Raisonné...,vol. V, London 1912, p. 175, cat. no. 78, p. 176, cat. no. 79a (sale 1901, as possibly identical Hd G 78), and p. 197, cat. no. 143b; A. Graves, Art Sales, from early in the Eighteenth Century to early in the Twentieth Century, vol. II, London 1981–21, p. 281; M.E. Weiseman, Caspar Netscher and Late Seventeenth-century Dutch Painting, Doornspijk 2002, p. 213–4, cat. no. 63, reproduced in colour pl. 12. ENGRAVED Louis-Michel Halbou, circa 1787–88, as Les Bohémiennes. Catalogue Note Marjorie Weiseman dates this canvas tocirca 1666–70 (see Literature), and compares the old woman, young woman, and boyto theclosely relatedfigures in Netscher'sBathsheba of 1667.1 Thefigured silk worn by the young fortune teller, waspossibly woven in the Netherlands in the Chinese (or 'Indienne' as it was often termed)style. In the two 1820 sales this painting was described as a pendant to its consecutive lot, Sarah introducing Hagar to Abraham, by Netscher.2 The two pictures share the same early provenance; they were both in the collection of the Duc d'Orleans, but Sarah introducing Hagar to Abraham was not included in the 1816 sale (see Provenance). The pictures were separated as they were sold from the Wilkins collection, the present work wasexchanged in 1829, its pendant sold inWilkins' sale London, Christie's, 22 May 1830, lot 4. There are twoknown copies of The Fortune Teller: one on canvas (56 x 46 cm) was sold Berlin, 16 October 1934, lot 298; and one black chalk drawing (410 x 340 mm.) was with Chaucer and Van Dam Galleries, London, 1981, as attributed to Willem van Mieris. 1 Weiseman 2002, p. 212, cat. no. 61, reproduced fig. 61 2Weiseman 2002, p. 254, cat. no. 122, reproduced fig. 122.
Caspar Netscher - Portrait Of Twoyoung Girlsin A Park

Caspar Netscher - Portrait Of Twoyoung Girlsin A Park

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Caspar Netscher PORTRAIT OF TWOYOUNG GIRLSIN A PARK, ONEPLAYING WITHA DOG, THE OTHERHOLDING A CARNATION FROM A POT HEIDELBERG (?) 1639-1684 LA HAYE Signed and datedin theupper right corner: CNetfcher fecit. 1667 Bears a labelwithprinted number12lower left Oil on panel 44,6 x 36 cm; 17 1/2 by 14 in. Provenance Anonymous sale after Mr. Cottreau death, Paris, Hôtel Drouot, Maître Bonnefons de Lavialle, 15/16 December 1851, lot 36, described as Deux jeunes filles jouant avec des fleurs; Anonymous sale after Mrs Nelson-Cottreau death, Paris, Hôtel Drouot, Maître Charles Pillet, 17 January 1881, lot 12, described as Enfants dans un parc ; Belonging to Monsieur le Comte de X.... (Comte de la Haye-Montbault), Paris, Hôtel Drouot, Maître Gustave Larbepenet, 10 June 1913, lot 12, described as Infantes d'Espagne. Catalogue Note Dr. Marjorie E. Wieseman has kindly endorsed the attribution to the artist on the basis ofphotographs.Our painting can be comparedwith a Family portraitin the Museum Boijmans van Beuningen, Rotterdam, of the same year (inv. 1587); it shows the same pot with carnations as well.
Caspar Netscher -  Portrait Of A Lady, Three-quarter-length, Seated By A Balustrade

Caspar Netscher - Portrait Of A Lady, Three-quarter-length, Seated By A Balustrade

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Lot number: 234
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Attributed to Caspar Netscher (?Heidelberg 1639-1684 The Hague) Portrait of a lady, three-quarter-length, seated by a balustrade signed and dated 'C.Netscher / 16...8' (lower left) oil on canvas 19 1/8 x 15 5/8 in. (48.7 x 39.8 cm.) Provenance Acquired by the parents of the late present owner, c. 1930. Pre-Lot Text Property of a New York Estate The Master of 1518 (Antwerp c. 1470-c. 1527) A donor praying with the Prophet Daniel, an angel carrying Habakkuk beyond
Caspar Netscher - Portrait Of A Lady, Seated Full-length

Caspar Netscher - Portrait Of A Lady, Seated Full-length

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Lot number: 122
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Caspar Netscher (?Heidelberg 1639-1684 The Hague) Portrait of a lady, seated full-length signed and dated 'C. Netscher. Fec. A-. 1676' (lower center) oil on canvas, oval 30 x 24 in. (76.2 x 60.9 cm.)

Provenance Countess Irene de Chateaubriand, Ojai, California, until 2012. Pre-Lot Text Property from the Estate of the former Countess de Chateaubriand
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