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Hendrick Van Anthonissen

(1606 -  1654 )
van ANTHONISSEN Hendrick Fishermen In A Rowboat And Other Sailing Vessels In A Choppy Sea, A City In The Distance

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Jan 23, 2003
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Some works of Hendrick Van Anthonissen

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Hendrick Van Anthonissen - Ships In Coastal Waters

Hendrick Van Anthonissen - Ships In Coastal Waters

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Lot number: 251
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Hendrick van Anthonissen
(Amsterdam 1605–1656)

Ships in coastal waters, with Amsterdam in the background,

monogrammed at lower right (on a piece of driftwood): H. V. AN.

oil on panel, 27.5 x 43.5 cm, framed

Provenance:

French private collection

After his apprenticeship under his father, the marine painter Aert Anthonisz., Hendrick van Anthonissen became a student of Jan Porcellis, in whose studio he worked between 1624 and 1626. He adopted Porcelli\’\’\’\’s monochrome palette and atmospheric effects, produced by water and the sky. Limiting himself exclusively to brown hues, Anthonissen managed to create sensitive interpretations of events on and off the Dutch coast. The present painting is datable to the period around 1656 and may be compared to a composition in the Marine Museum in Greenwich painted around the same time.
Hendrick Van Anthonissen - Shipping In A Choppy Sea Indistinctly

Hendrick Van Anthonissen - Shipping In A Choppy Sea Indistinctly

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Lot number: 31
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Hendrick van Anthonissen (Antwerp c. 1606-1654/60 Amsterdam) Shipping in a choppy sea indistinctly signed 'A*' (lower right, on the driftwood) oil on panel 14 1/8 x 19¼ in. (35.9 x 48.8 cm.)
with Trafalgar Galleries, London.
Minneapolis, The Minneapolis Institute of Arts, Toledo Museum of Art, and Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Mirror of Empire: Dutch Marine Art of the Seventeenth Century, 23 September-30 December 1990, 27 January-28 April 1991, 30 May-1 September 1991, no. 1.
Hendrick Van Anthonissen - Ablustery Coastal Scene With A Fishing Boat By The Shore

Hendrick Van Anthonissen - Ablustery Coastal Scene With A Fishing Boat By The Shore

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Lot number: 198
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Hendrik van Anthonissen (Dutch 1605-1656) Ablustery coastal scene with a fishing boat by the shore, Oil onpanel, Signed, 41.5cm x 62cm. Hendrik van Anthonissen specialisedin marine painting and worked principally in Amsterdam, initiallyas a pupil of Jan Porcellis (1585-1632). He was later influenced bySimon de Vliegar and Jan van Goyen. De Vliegar's influence isparticularly apparent in this work. By comparison with other marinepainters of his day his output was small, in part due to his shortlife, but he is well represented in Dutch Museums including theRijksmuseum and also in other collections worldwide including TheNational Maritime Museum, the Hermitage and the Fitzwilliam inCambridge
Hendrick Van Anthonissen - Shipping In A Calm With A Fishing Boat In The Foreground, And A Fortified Harbour In The Background

Hendrick Van Anthonissen - Shipping In A Calm With A Fishing Boat In The Foreground, And A Fortified Harbour In The Background

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Lot number: 57
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oil on panel
formerly attributed to jan van de cappelle, the attribution to anthonissen was first suggested by ineke wansink in 1995. a comparable work by the artist, signed and dated 1651, was sold dordrecht, mak, 6 september 1999, lot 14. provenance with d.a. hoogendijk, amsterdam, where possibly bought by jaffé by 1958, from which collection bought by the present owner around 1995 (the last two according to oral information from the present owner). exhibited laren, singer museum, kunstbezit rondom laren, 3 july-31 august 1958, p. 24, cat. no. 79 (as by jan van de cappelle). literature beeldende kunst, vol. 24/no. 53, cat. no. 7, reproduced (as by jan van de cappelle).
Hendrick Van Anthonissen - Fishermen In A Rowboat And Other Sailing Vessels In A Choppy Sea, A City In The Distance

Hendrick Van Anthonissen - Fishermen In A Rowboat And Other Sailing Vessels In A Choppy Sea, A City In The Distance

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Lot number: 10
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MEASUREMENTS

10 1/8 by 15 7/8in. 25.7 by
40.3cm

DESCRIPTION

indistinctly signed lower left on a
piece of driftwood

oil on panel

We are grateful to Fred Meijer of the
Rijksbureau voor Kunsthistorische Documentatie, The Hague for
confirming the present painting to be by Anthonissen, based on
photographs.

Provenance:

A. Friedman, Stockholm

A. Friedman, Maggen, Switzerland

With Douwes Fine Art Ltd., London, 1987 from whom acquired by the
present collector

Exhibited:

Dallas, The Meadows Museum,
Private Views: Flemish and Dutch
Paintings from Dallas Collections
, April 19-May 27, 1990, no.
1

This lot is sold subject to Sotheby's
Conditions of Sale. As stated in the Conditions, all lots are sold
on an "AS IS" basis. Prospective bidders should review the
Conditions and Buying at Auction guide.
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