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Joseph Van Bredael

Belgium (1688 -  1739 )
BREDAEL van Joseph Entrance To A Village, A Windmill In The Distance

Sotheby's /Jul 10, 2014
74,859.63 - 99,812.84
Not Sold

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Joseph Van Bredael - A River Landscape With Boats And A Village Beyond

Joseph Van Bredael - A River Landscape With Boats And A Village Beyond

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Lot number: 213
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Joseph van Bredael (Antwerp 1688–1739 Paris)A river landscape with boats and a village beyond,oil on copper, 41 x 61 cm, framed Provenance:sale, Beaux-Arts, Brussels, 30 November 2004, lot 213;European Private collectionThe present work is based on the original by Jan Brueghel II in theKoninklijk Museum voor Schoone Kunsten, Antwerp.For many years, the landscapist and battle painter Joseph vanBredael copied paintings by Jan Brueghel I and II and PhilipsWouwerman for the Antwerp based art dealer J. de Witte.
Joseph Van Bredael - Dancing Peasants On The Village Road

Joseph Van Bredael - Dancing Peasants On The Village Road

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Lot number: 1342
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Josef van Bredael (Antwerpen 1688-1739 Paris) Dancing peasants on the village road, c. 1700/10 oil on copper ; 12.6 × 17.3 cm inscribed lower center: I BRUEGHEL Provenance: Sale Dorotheum, Vienna, 11 March 1980, lot 21 (as Jan Brueghel the younger); Viennese private collection Brief certificate by Dr. Klaus Ertz, Lingen, dated 28 April 2015, is enclosed.
Joseph Van Bredael - A Landscape With Three Figures And A Castle In The Distance

Joseph Van Bredael - A Landscape With Three Figures And A Castle In The Distance

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Lot number: 5033
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Property of various owners Flemish School, 18th Century A landscape with three figures and a castle in the distance; A landscape with two figures resting by a path (a pair) first, bears signature 'J. Bredael' and indistinctly inscribed (lower right); second, signed 'Bredael' and indistinctly inscribed (on plinth, center left) both oil on copper 4 1/2 x 6in (11.4 x 15.2cm) Footnotes Provenance With Jocelyn Feilding Fine Art Ltd, London (as Joseph Bredael). Private collection, San Francisco, purchased from the above, 1983. A copy of the Jocelyn Feilding Fine Art Ltd receipt accompanies this lot. Both copper sheets were once used as etching plates; the first depicts a man capturing birds and the second a bear being attacked by bees.
Joseph Van Bredael - Entrance To A Village, A Windmill In The Distance

Joseph Van Bredael - Entrance To A Village, A Windmill In The Distance

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Lot number: 136
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With Galerie De Jonckheere, Paris; Acquired from the above by the present owner in 2006. PROPERTY FROM A PRIVATE COLLECTION Joseph van Bredael ANTWERP 1688 - 1739 PARIS ENTRANCE TO A VILLAGE, A WINDMILL IN THE DISTANCE bears signature and date lower right: P.BRVEGHEL ...2 (4?) oil on copper 26.4 by 33.8 cm.; 10 3/8 by 13 1/4 in. The support is stable, and the picture has been recently cleaned and restored. The paint surface is in very good condition with only scattered local retouchings. "In response to your inquiry, we are pleased to provide you with a general report of the condition of the property described above. Since we are not professional conservators or restorers, we urge you to consult with a restorer or conservator of your choice who will be better able to provide a detailed, professional report. Prospective buyers should inspect each lot to satisfy themselves as to condition and must understand that any statement made by Sotheby's is merely a subjective, qualified opinion. Prospective buyers should also refer to any Important Notices regarding this sale, which are printed in the Sale Catalogue. NOTWITHSTANDING THIS REPORT OR ANY DISCUSSIONS CONCERNING A LOT, ALL LOTS ARE OFFERED AND SOLD AS IS" IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE CONDITIONS OF BUSINESS PRINTED IN THE SALE CATALOGUE."
Joseph Van Bredael - A River Landscape With Figures Both On A Ferry And Waiting On The Shore Beneath A Windmill

Joseph Van Bredael - A River Landscape With Figures Both On A Ferry And Waiting On The Shore Beneath A Windmill

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Lot number: 720
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Mr J. Dupuis, Forest-lez-Bruxelles, Belgium; By inheritance to his wife, Mrs. Dupuis-Frantz; Sale, Brussels, Palais des Beaux- Arts, 1964, to the uncle of the present owner (as Jan Brueghel the Younger). 720 PROPERTY FROM A PRIVATE COLLECTION Joseph van Bredael ANTWERP 1688 - 1739 PARIS A RIVER LANDSCAPE WITH FIGURES BOTH ON A FERRY AND WAITING ON THE SHORE BENEATH A WINDMILL signed in monogram lower right: J . B oil on copper 29.2 by 37.7 cm.; 11½ by 14¾ in. Estimate 30,000 - 50,000 GBP Print The panel is flat and appears to be very stable. The corners are undamaged. There is craquelure throughout, partially filled in. The signature monogram is crisp and very llegible. There is a reddish surface stain by the right hand edge, half way down, which should be straight forward to clean off. The tiniest details in this work are still intact: facial features, the fine rigging of the fishing vessels, the church spire in the far distance. The detail of the many charming narrative passages has not worn away and they are clear to read and enjoy: a pair of men looking over the side of a boat into the water, a crowd bartering for fresh fish, flirting, gossiping, an old lady struggling with her load. The reeds in the foreground are probably slightly worn and have lost some of their crispness. But the paint surface of the clothing of the figures and the birds in the air is well- preserved. Inspection with UV light reveals the aforementioned infilling of craquelure in the sky, concentrated in the the centre. There are a numebr of dot retouchings in the lower right, and very few others scattered throughout the composition. Otherwise the work is untouched and has clearly been well- looked after. This lovely panel is offered in a giltwood frame, old and worn but structurally sound.
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