Joseph Van Bredael

Belgium (16881739 ) - Artworks
BREDAEL van Joseph A Village With A Windmill

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Joseph Van Bredael - A Winter Landscape

Joseph Van Bredael - A Winter Landscape

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Lot number: 139
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Joseph van Bredael (Antwerp 1688-1739 Paris) A winter landscape with horse-drawn carts, a hunter and his dogs, and figures skating, a town with a windmill beyond oil on copper 8¾ x 12 in. (22.3 x 30.5 cm.) This painting follows a composition by Joos de Momper II (Antwerp 1564-1635) and Jan Breughel I (Brussels 1568-1625 Brussels) in the Staatliche Museen, Kassel (oil on copper, 39 x 44.7 cm.). Bredael follows the prototype quite closely in the arrangement of the buildings and in the foreground frieze of figures around a horse-drawn cart and wagon, but he lowers the vantage point, introduces a warmer palette and alters the arrangement of the figures skating on the lake. Bredael was clearly drawn to this composition, since Ertz records three other fully autograph versions by the artist and two putative works, on both copper and panel supports, of varying scales (K. Ertz and C. Nitze-Ertz, Josef van Bredael 1688-1739, Lingen, 2006, pp. 34-7, 112-5 and 153-4, nos. E27-E29 [Echt] and F30-F31 [Fraglich] respectively).
Joseph Van Bredael - A Mountainous Landscape With A Figure Reading Before A Cottage

Joseph Van Bredael - A Mountainous Landscape With A Figure Reading Before A Cottage

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Lot number: 134
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Joseph van Bredael (born 1688-1739 Paris) A mountainous landscape with a figure reading before a cottage oil on panel 40.3 x 32.6cm (15 7/8 x 12 13/16in). Footnotes PROVENANCE Sale, Sotheby's, New York, 24 June 2008, lot 272 (as Attributed to Peeter Gysels, with a note suggesting an attribution to Jan Brueghel II) Sale, Bonhams, London, 9 December 2009, lot 44 Where purchased by the present owner The present landscape, which may have originally been larger on the right, compares favourably to two works by Bredael which were previously with Galerie d'Art St. Honoré, Paris (see: K. Ertz and C. Nitze Ertz, Josef van Bredael (Lingen, 2006), cat. no. 130 and 136, ill. pl. 100 and 104).
Joseph Van Bredael - A River Landscape With Boats By A Village

Joseph Van Bredael - A River Landscape With Boats By A Village

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Josef van Bredael (1688-1739 Paris) A river landscape with boats by a village oil on copper 11 x 14½ in. (28 x 36.9 cm.) Private collection, Belgium. From a family of Flemish painters that included his brother Jan Pieter, Josef van Bredael was primarily a landscape artist. Beginning in 1706, at the age of eighteen, he spent four years copying works by Jan Breughel I, Philips Wouverman and other artists for the Antwerp dealer J. de Witte. In 1735, Van Bredael moved to Paris where he enjoyed the patronage of the Duke of Orléans. The present work displays the keen observation of the natural world and high quality of execution that places Van Bredael among the best imitators of Jan 'Velvet' Breughel, alongside Pieter Gysels, Theobald Michau and Mathys Schoevaerdts.
Joseph Van Bredael - A Village With A Windmill

Joseph Van Bredael - A Village With A Windmill

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Lot number: 148
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Joseph van Bredael (Antwerp 1688-1739 Paris) A village with a windmill, figures with horsedrawn carts in the foreground, a canal and a church beyond signed with initials 'I B' (lower left) oil on copper 9½ x 11 7/8 in. (24.1 x 30.2 cm.) K. Ertz, Josef van Bredael, Lingen, 2006, pp. 25-6 and 160-1, no. E53*, fig. 24. Lot Notes The right half of this composition relates to a painting by Jan Breughel I, signed and dated 1603, in a private collection (K. Ertz, Jan Brueghel Der Ältere (1568-1625), Kritischer Katalog der Gemälde, Lingen, 2008, I, pp. 343-9, no. 168, illustrated). Bredael was employed to copy works by Jan Breughel I in 1706 by the merchant J. de Witte. He later enjoyed the patronage of the Duke of Orlans in Paris. This painting also compares closely, both in the general composition and the main figure groups, with another painting by Bredael, of The Entrance of Mayence, in the Landesmuseum, Mainz (Inv.Nr. 715; Ertz, op. cit., 2006, p. 160, no. E52*, fig. 21), which was previously attributed to the Studio, or Circle of Jan Breughel I (K. Ertz, Jan Brueghel Der Ältere (1568-1625), Die Gemälde mit kritischen Oeuvrekatalog, Cologne, 1979, p. 140, fig. 144).
Joseph Van Bredael - Windmühle Am Dorfeingang

Joseph Van Bredael - Windmühle Am Dorfeingang

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Lot number: 1320
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JOSEPH VAN BREDAEL (1688 Antwerpen - 1739 Paris) WINDMÜHLE AM DORFEINGANG Monogrammiert unten rechts: JB Öl auf Kupfer. 14,6 x 19,7 cm. Provenienz Galerie Brod, London (als Jan Brueghel d. J.). - Deutsche Privatsammlung. Literatur Klaus Ertz und Christa Nitze-Ertz: Joseph van Bredael 1688-1739. Die Gemälde mit kritischem Oeuvrekatalog, Lingen 2006, S. 28 und S. 148, Nr. E18 (Abb.). Eine nahezu identische Fassung des Bildes befindet sich im Basler Kunstmuseum und eine sehr ähnliche im Museum of Fine Arts in Montreal (Ertz, op. cit., Kat. Nr. E17 und E16). Während das Montreal-Bild, wie unseres, JB monogrammiert ist, ist die Basler Fassung unsigniert. An almost identical version of this painting is in the Kunstmuseum Basel and another very similar one in the Museum of Fine Arts,Montreal (Ertz, opp. cit. cat. No. E17 and E16). The Montreal painting is monogrammed JB like ours, while the Basel version is unsigned.
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