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Pieter Van Bredael

Belgium (1629 -  1719 )
BREDAEL van Pieter Market Scene

Auctionata /Jun 28, 2016
8,500.00 - 11,050.00
Not Sold

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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: 13
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Peeter van Bredael, Market Scene, Oil Painting, c. 1700 Oil on canvas, relined Netherlands, around 1700 Peeter van Bredael (1629-1719) – Flemish painter The painting is recorded in the database of the Rijksbureau voor Kunsthistorische Documentatie (RKD), Den Haag, under https://rkd.nl/explore/images/107178 Dimensions: 71.2 x 88.5 cm Frame: 83 x 100.5 cm Good condition Provenance: Private collection, Spain Vivid market scene around equestrian monument in front of a Roman city and a south European landscape, which provides a panoramic view, the artist is well known for his lively narrative depictions rich in figures and with urban environments. Condition: The painting is in good condition consistent with the age. The varnish has darkened and overall there are tiny craquelure, scattered marks and small rubbed spots. Overpainting can be seen overall and mainly affecting the sky. The frame shows usual signs of age and wear. The dimensions are 71.2 x 88.5 cm and the frame measures 83 x 100.5 cm . Peeter van Bredael was a Flemish painter from Antwerp. It is known that van Bredael worked in the studio of his countryman David Rijckaert III and that he traveled a lot among others to Spain. Presumably he made a journey to Italy as well, which is not documented but it seems probable due to the subjects he chose. The artist was the founder a family of painters, since several children and grandchildren became painters too. Van Bredael primarily painted sceneries with markets and village fairs situated in a south European landscape, genre and occasionally battle scenes. (msc)
Pieter Van Bredael - Scenes From The Life Of The Prodigal Son

Pieter Van Bredael - Scenes From The Life Of The Prodigal Son

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Lot number: 3062
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Description: BREDAEL, PEETER VAN (1629 Antwerp 1719) Pair of works: scenes from the life of the Prodigal Son. Oil on copper. One signed centre bottom: P ter Van bredael - f. Each 69.5 x 86.5 cm Provenance: - Dorotheum auction, Veinna, 11.6.2012, Lot 70. - European private collection. Registered at the RKD, The Hague as by the hand of Peeter van Bredael. BREDAEL, PEETER VAN (1629 Antwerpen 1719) Gegenstücke: Szenen aus dem Leben des verlorenen Sohnes. Öl auf Kupfer. Eines unten mittig signiert: P ter Van bredael - f. Je 69,5 x 86,5. Provenienz: - Auktion Dorotheum, Wien, 11.6.2012, Los 70. - Europäische Privatsammlung. Diese Gegenstücke sind im RKD, Den Haag, als eigenhändige Werke von Peeter van Bredael registriert. Siehe auch Katalognotiz zu Los 3058.
Pieter Van Bredael - Market Scene

Pieter Van Bredael - Market Scene

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Lot number: 65
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Lot 65: Peeter van Bredael, Market Scene, Oil Painting, c. 1700 Description: Oil on canvas, relined Netherlands, around 1700 Peeter van Bredael (1629-1719) – Flemish painter The painting is recorded in the database of the Rijksbureau voor Kunsthistorische Documentatie (RKD), Den Haag, under https://rkd.nl/explore/images/107178 Dimensions: 71.2 x 88.5 cm Frame: 83 x 100.5 cm Good condition
Pieter Van Bredael - Market Scene

Pieter Van Bredael - Market Scene

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Lot number: 44
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Lot 44: Peeter van Bredael, Market Scene, Oil Painting, c. 1700 Description: Oil on canvas, relined Netherlands, around 1700 Peeter van Bredael (1629-1719) – Flemish painter The painting is recorded in the database of the Rijksbureau voor Kunsthistorische Documentatie (RKD), Den Haag, under https://rkd.nl/explore/images/107178 Dimensions: 71.2 x 88.5 cm Frame: 83 x 100.5 cm Good condition Provenance: Private collection, Spain
Pieter Van Bredael - The Market Square Of A Town

Pieter Van Bredael - The Market Square Of A Town

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Lot number: 316
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Pieter van Bredael (Antwerp 1629–1719) The market square of a town oil on canvas, 65.6 x 103.4 cm, framed Pieter van Bredael, who was part of a large family of painters, is recorded as being a student in the workshop of David Ryckaert III in 1640. Following study trips to the Netherlands and Spain, he became a master in the Guild of Saint Luke in Antwerp in 1651. He was well known for his highly imaginative market scenes illustrating the diversified spectrum of every day town life. In the present painting, merchants offer clothes, textiles, and precious objects for sale, while a painter has put up a stall in a prominent place in order to exhibit his flower still lifes, landscapes, and pictures of saints. Bredael was usually influenced by Italian architectural model types, however the present painting is one of the rare examples in which the square is located in the artist’’’’s native country. Only the market column in the centre of the square and the loggia near the left margin, crowned by a statue of Hercules fighting with the Nemean Lion, are inspired by antiquity.
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