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Jan Steen

(Leiden 1626 -  Leiden 1679 )
steen jan Interieur Mit Tabakschneider

Van Ham /May 16, 2014
22,000.00 - 25,000.00
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Variants on Artist's name :

Steen Jan Havicksz.

 

Artworks in Arcadja
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Jan Steen - A Tavern Interior

Jan Steen - A Tavern Interior

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Lot number: 87
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Jan Havicksz. Steen (Leiden 1626–1679) A tavern interior signed at the center of the upper area: JSteen (ligated) oil on panel, 38.8 x 55.2 cm, framed Provenance: Sanitätsrat Dr. Ernst Hölscher (1837–1915) collection, Mühlheim am Rhein; Dr. Johannes Hölscher-Stumpf (1862–1936) collection, Berlin; his sale, Rudolf Lepke, Berlin, 7th May 1918, lot 30; with Galerie Dr. Schäffer, Berlin (1929); with Galerie Dr. Benedict & Co., Berlin (1930); with Galerie Internationale, The Hague (1930); Private collection, Netherlands Literature: C. Hofstede de Groot, vol. I, 1907, no. 821D (see Hofstede de Groot’’ ’’s annotated copy at the RKD, The Hague); M. G. Zimmermann, Niederländische Bilder des 17. Jahrhunderts in der Sammlung Hölscher-Stumpf, Kunstwissenschaftliche Studien, part 2, Leipzig, 1908, plate VIII; K. Braun, Alle tot nue toe bekende Schilderijen van Jan Stehen, Rotterdam, 1980, no. B-243 Exhibited: Galerie Dr. Schäffer, Berlin, Die Meister des holländischen Interieurs, April – May 1929, no. 88; Kunstmuseum Basel, Meisterwerke holländischer Malerei des 16. bis 18. Jahrhunderts, 1945, no. 94 We are grateful to Wouter Kloek and Fred Meijer, who have independently confirmed the attribution of the present painting. Meijer assigns it to the years between 1650 and 1653; Kloek dates it to a slightly later period of between 1653 and 1655. He associates it with Steen’’’’s more mature works rather than with the artist’’’’s paintings from the early 1650s. Kloek argues that our composition’’’’s still-life-like elements are not yet present in Steen’’’’s earlier works. The present painting is an example of the beginning of the development of a motif Steen would later also use for other paintings (compare the paintings in the National Gallery, London, inv. no. NG5637, and the Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam, inv. no. SK-A-3347). Specialist: Alexander Strasoldo
Jan Steen - The Rommelpot Player

Jan Steen - The Rommelpot Player

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Lot number: 71
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Jan Havicksz. Steen LEIDEN 1626 - 1679 THE ROMMELPOT PLAYER oil on canvas 22 1/4 by 16 5/8 in; 56.5 by 42.2 cm. Provenance Anonymous sale, Amsterdam, P. van der Schley, 7 May 1804, lot 150; H. S. Wayland (from an old printed label on the reverse); Dr. John D. Pitts; By whom (anonymously) sold, New York, Sotheby Parke Bernet, 6 December 1973, lot 135; There purchased by Mrs. M. Focaroh. Literature C. Hofstede de Groot, A Catalogue Raisonné..., London 1908, vol. I, p. 112, cat. no. 429 (with dimensions of 25 by 20 in.; with incorrect lot number for the 1804 sale); ; K. Braun, Alle tot nu toe bekende schilderijen van Jan Steen, Rotterdam 1980, p. 150, cat. no. A-254 (as only known from documents). Catalogue Note The subject is the celebration of Vastenavond (Shrove Tuesday), the festival preceding the period of Lent. The boy at left plays a rommelpot, an instrument consisting of an animal bladder stretched across an earthenware pot or jug and manipulated by a reed stick, which made a particularly raucous sound. The small girl joyously holds aloft a waffle, one of the traditional foods eaten on that date. The slightly larger dimensions of this painting as given by Hofstede de Groot (see Literature), indicates that the canvas may have been reduced slightly. It is comparable in both size and style to a work by Steen, titled The Syrup Eater, of circa 1664-68 depicting two children in a landscape which is in the Kunsthalle, Hamburg.
Jan Steen - Scene With Drinkers Of Eggs

Jan Steen - Scene With Drinkers Of Eggs

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Lot number: 50
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JAN STEEN, workshop of (Leiden 1626-1679) SCENE WITH DRINKERS OF EGGS Oil on canvas, cm. 74 x 61 PROVENANCE Roman private collection CONDITIONS OF PAINTING Twentieth century re-lining. Restore points on the faces of the woman and child on the left and on the right side at the bottom FRAME Dutch wooden frame and ebonized, of, nineteenth century
Jan Steen - Interieur Mit Tabakschneider

Jan Steen - Interieur Mit Tabakschneider

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Lot number: 429
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Description: STEEN, JAN HAVICKSZ Leiden 1626 - 1679 Interieur mit Tabakschneider. Öl auf Holz. 25 x 20,5cm. Signiert oben rechts: J.(lig.) Steen. Rahmen. Rückseitig: Auf der Tafel verschiedene alte Klebezettel: - Cook Collection 258; - Exhibited at the Loan Exhibition of Pictures by Jan Steen at the Dowdeswell Galleries, London 1909, Nr. 25". Gutachten: - Dr. Walther Bernt, München, 1972; - Prof. Dr. Justus Müller-Hofstede, Bonn, 1973. Fred G. Meijer vom RKD in Den Haag bestätigt in einer Korrespondenz vom Juni 2000 ausdrücklich die Urheberschaft Jan Steens an dem vorliegenden Werk. Nach Ansicht der Fotos zweifelt er die Signatur allerdings an, die seines Erachtens als schwach und untypisch zu bezeichnen ist . STEEN, JAN HAVICKSZ Leyden 1626 - 1679 Interior with Tobacco Cutter. Oil on wood. 25 x 20,5cm. Signed upper right: J.(lig.) Steen. Framed. Verso: On the panel various old adhesive labels: Cook Collection 258; Exhibited at the Loan Exhibition of Pictures by Jan Steen at the Dowdeswell Galleries, London 1909, Nr. 25". Assessment: Dr. Walther Bernt, Munich, 1972; Prof. Dr. Justus Müller-Hofstede, Bonn, 1973. In a correspondence dated June 2000 Fred G. Meijer from the RKD in The Hague explicitly confirms the authorship of Jan Steen for the work present. However, after inspecting the photographies of the work, he questions the signature which in his opinion is weak and not characteristic for the artist.
Jan Steen - A Kitchen Interior With A Little Boy Saying Grace

Jan Steen - A Kitchen Interior With A Little Boy Saying Grace

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Lot number: 51
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Jan Havicksz. Steen (Leiden 1626-1679) A kitchen interior with a little boy saying grace signed 'JSteen' (lower right) oil on canvas 13 x 10 3/8 in. (33 x 26.4 cm.) Johan Diederik Meerdervoort, burgomaster of Dordrecht, and Jan van Huysum (+), painter; Amsterdam, Verkolje/Bosch, 14 October 1749, lot 36 (Dfl. 30). Charles Alexandre de Calonne, minister, Paris; (+), Skinner & Dyke, London, 26 March 1795, lot 37 (£40). Christie's, London, 1831 (36 gns.), according to Hofstede de Groot. George Morant, London; Phillips, London, 18 May 1832, lot 42 (£53). Earl of Clare; (+), Christie's, London, 17 June 1864, lot 27 (74 gns. to Ripp). Thomas Howard, London; (+), Christie's, London, 10 May 1873, lot 76 (184 gns. to F. Niewenhuys). Comte Henri Greffulhe (1848-1932), 1872; sold by order of the Comtesse Greffulhe and the Duc & Duchesse de Gramont, Sotheby's, London, 22 July 1937, lot 94 (£1,250 to Matthiesen). with D. Katz, Dieren, 1938. Hendrikus Egbertus ten Cate collection, Almelo. Sidney James van den Bergh, Wassenaar, 1953. Heinrich Becker, Dortmund, by 1960. with Pieter de Boer, Amsterdam (according to a label on the reverse). Anonymous sale; Sotheby's, London, 8 July 1999, lot 25 (£276,500 to the following). with Johnny van Haeften, London, where acquired in 1999 by the present owner. Please note that under Provenance for lot 51, the 1831 sale should read: 'Anonymous sale [Josiah Taylor]; Christie's, London, 28 May 1831, lot 57 (34 gns. to Norton).' PROPERTY FROM A DISTINGUISHED AMERICAN COLLECTION J. Smith, A catalogue raisonné..., IV, London, 1833, p. 18, no. 57, as 'a highly finished work'. T. van Westrheene, Jan Steen, The Hague, 1856, p. 158, nos. 355 and 432. C. Gueullette, 'Les Cabinets d'Amateurs à Paris: La collections de M. H. de Greffulhe, Gazette des Beaux-Arts, series II, XV, 1877, pp. 159, 166. C. Hofestede de Groot, A catalogue raisonné..., I, London, 1907, pp. 101-102, no. 383. Sammlung Becker, Dortmund, 1967, no. 84, [n.p.]. K. Braun, Jan Steen, Rotterdam, 1980, no. B-104, under rejected attributions. (Possibly) London, British Institution, 1838 (Probably) London, British Institution, 1839, no. 26 Amsterdam, May-June 1938, no. 82. Laren, Singer Museum, Kunstchatten, Twee Nederlandse collecties schilderijen uit de vijftiende tot en met de zeventiende eeuw, 14 June-16 August 1959, no. 76, fig. 39.
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