Pieter Van Bredael

Belgium (16291719 ) - Artworks
BREDAEL van Pieter The Courtyard Of An Elegant Mansion With Figures Departing For Thehunt

Christie's /Mar 4, 2004
10,545.81 - 15,065.45
15,314.34

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Breda Van Pierre

 

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Pieter Van Bredael - Market Scene

Pieter Van Bredael - Market Scene

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Lot number: 186
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Peeter van Bredael (Antwerp 1629–1719) Market scene with ruins, signed and dated at lower right: P. v Bredael/1670, oil on canvas, 120 x 198 cm, unframed Provenance: Southern German private collection. Peeter van Bredael began his career as a student of David Ryckaert III. Having completed his education, he spent a lengthy period of time in Spain. Although there is no evidence that he sojourned in Italy, he painted primarily Italian landscapes featuring ruins, markets, and cavalry scenes. His compositions can be compared to the elaborately animated landscapes of Jan Brueghel I. Comparable paintings by Bredael are, for example, in the Musée Municipal in Châlons-sur-Marne and in the Musée des Beaux-Arts in Lille.
Pieter Van Bredael - Market Scene With Ruins

Pieter Van Bredael - Market Scene With Ruins

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Lot number: 642
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Peeter van Bredael (Antwerp 1629–1719) Market Scene with ruins, signed and dated at lower right: P. v Bredael/1670, oil on canvas, 120 x 198 cm, unframed Provenance: South German private collection Peeter van Bredael began his career as a student of David Ryckaert III. After his training, he sojourned in Spain for an extensive period of time. Although there is no proof that he actually stayed in Italy, he painted primarily Italian landscapes featuring ruins, markets, and military engagements. His compositions can be compared to the richly populated landscapes by Jan Brueghel I. Comparable paintings by Bredael are, among other places, preserved in the Musée Municipal in Châlons-sur-Marne and in the Musée des Beaux-Arts in Lille.
Pieter Van Bredael - The Story Of The Prodigal Son

Pieter Van Bredael - The Story Of The Prodigal Son

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Lot number: 333
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a set of six, three signed, one signed lower right: peeter van bredael f....; one signed lower centre: peter van bredael f; one signed lower right: pieter van bredael all oil on copper quantity: 6 provenance acquired by a forebearer of the present owner in spain at the beginning of the last century, and thence by family descent. catalogue note the subject is taken from the gospel of luke (15:11-32) description
Pieter Van Bredael - The Courtyard Of An Elegant Mansion With Figures Departing For Thehunt

Pieter Van Bredael - The Courtyard Of An Elegant Mansion With Figures Departing For Thehunt

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Lot number: 408
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PIETER VAN BREDAEL (ANTWERP 1629-1719) The courtyard of an elegant mansion with figures departing for thehunt Signed 'P v Bred..' (lower right) oil on canvas 25 5/8 x 32¼ in. (65.1 x 81.9 cm.) Lot Notes Born in Antwerp, Van Bredael began his career as a pupil ofDavid Rijkaert III in 1640. After a period spent travelling -including a journey to Spain as well as possibly to Italy (althoughthere is no confirmed documentation for the latter) - he returnedto Antwerp by 1648, the year of his marriage. He became a Master ofthe Guild of St. Luke in 1651. Van Bredael was the father of anartistic dynasty that included, amongst his eight children, JeanPierre I, Joris and Alexander, and, amongst his grandchildren andgreat-grandchildren, Jean François, Jan Pieter II and Joseph vanBredael.
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