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Anthonius Van Dyck

Belgium (Antwerp 1599London 1641 ) - Artworks
VAN DYCK Anthonius Portrait Study Of A Bearded Man

Sotheby's /Jan 29, 2015
74,178.47 - 111,267.71
341,969.80

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Variants on Artist's name :

Dyck Van Anthony

Dyck Van Antoine

Dyck, Van Anton

 

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Anthonius Van Dyck - Head Study Of A Bearded Man, In Profile

Anthonius Van Dyck - Head Study Of A Bearded Man, In Profile

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Lot number: 113
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Lot Description Sir Anthony van Dyck (Antwerp 1599-1641 London) Head study of a bearded man, in profile oil on canvas, laid down on oak panel, unframed 13 ¾ x 9 5/8 in. (34.9 x 24.5 cm) Lot Condition Report I confirm that I have read this Important Notice and agree to its terms. View Condition Report Provenance The Earls of Rosse, Birr Castle, Co. Offaly, Ireland, until 2014. Saleroom Notice Please note that this picture is framed. View Lot Notes >
Anthonius Van Dyck - The Apostle Judas Thaddeus

Anthonius Van Dyck - The Apostle Judas Thaddeus

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Lot number: 3030
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Lot 3030: Sir Anthony van Dyck, The Apostle Judas Thaddeus Description: Sir Anthony van Dyck, The Apostle Judas Thaddeus, Oil on panel, 1618/20, On the reverse remains of a seal, scratched away / on the reverse embossings: Hand [Guild mark of Antwerp]; GAN (joined) [Monogram stamp of the panel maker Guilliam Aertssen, identifiable as 1612-1625], 25 3/8 x 19 3/8 in., Repaired. At the left half of the face old overpaintings Provenance: Collection Carl Ludwig von Tiedemann known as Brandis (1814–1866), Schloss Woyanow near Gdansk (complete Apostles series) / 1922 his son Reinhard Nathanael von Tiedemann known as Brandis (1853–1922), Schloss Woyanow near Gdansk (together with two further Apostle heads) / his wife Adelheid von Tiedemann-Brandis, born Freiin Fritschko von Fürstenmühl (1892–1957), Gdansk and Caputh near Potsdam / 1927 collection Kurt Rohde, Berlin / 1938–43 deposited with Elisabeth Berbig, Dresden / collection Elisabeth Rohde, Berlin. Source, collection Rohde-Hinze: court files from the Regional Court III and the Supreme Court, Berlin, 1930: purchase contract, affadavit, copy of the receipt of 7/ 17 October 1927 from estate manager Alfred Pretzell 3.150 RM (judgement against Adelheid von Tiedemann-Brandis) / book inventory no. 257 (1927), as "Apostelkopf“ Source, central archives of the Staatliche Museen zu Berlin – SPK: correspondence between Frida von Tiedemann-Brandis, born Huyssen and Wilhelm von Bode, 1926-1928; in: SMB-ZA, IV NL Bode 5483 / correspondence between the estate manager Pretzell with the Kaiser-Friedrich-Museum, April 1927; in: SMB-ZA, I GG 19, J.-no. 403/1927, sheet 66
Anthonius Van Dyck - Young Woman Resting Her Head On Her Hand

Anthonius Van Dyck - Young Woman Resting Her Head On Her Hand

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Lot number: 35
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Sir Anthony van Dyck ANTWERP 1599 - 1641 LONDON YOUNG WOMAN RESTING HER HEAD ON HER HAND (PROBABLY THE PENITENT MAGDALENE) oil on paper, laid down on panel 19 by 14 3/4 in.; 48.5 by 37.8 cm. Read Condition Report Read Condition Report Register or Log-in to view condition report Saleroom Notice Provenance Sir Francis Cook, 1st Bt. (1817-1901), Doughty House, Richmond, by 1869; Thence by descent and sold ("The Trustees of the Cook Collection") London, Christie's, 2 December 1983, lot 121. Exhibited Manchester, City Art Gallery (on loan), circa 1960-65; Washington, National Gallery, Anthony van Dyck, 1990-1991, no. 89; New Orleans 1997, no. 16; Baltimore 1999, no. 15. Literature Abridged Catalogue of the Pictures at Doughty House, Richmond. (Belonging to Sir Frederick Cook, Bart., Visconde de Monserrate) London 1907 & 1914, p. 19, cat. no. 43, in The Long Gallery; E. Schaeffer, Van Dyck: des Meisters Gemälde, Klassiker der Kunst, vol. 13, Stuttgart and Leipzig 1909, p. 22, cat. no. 22; W. von Bode, Great Masters of Dutch and Flemish painting, London 1909, p. 37; J.O. Kronig, A Catalogue of the Paintings at Doughty House, Richmond, & Elsewhere in the Collection of Sir Frederick Cook, Bt., Visconde de Monserrate, ed. by Herbert Cook, vol. 2, London 1914: Dutch and Flemish Schools, cat. no. 248, reproduced, as in The Long Gallery; G. Glück, Van Dyck, des Meisters Gemälde, Klassiker der Kunst, vol. 13, Stuttgart and Berlin 1931, 2nd rev. ed., pp. 72, 527, reproduced; Abridged Catalogue of the Pictures at Doughty House, Richmond, Surrey, in the Collection of Sir Herbert Cook, Bart., London 1932, p. 35, cat. no. 248 (in The Long Gallery as "The Magdalen"); F. van den Wijngaert, Antoon van Dyck, Antwerp 1943, p. 30, reproduced, fig. 5; E. Larsen, L'Opera completa di Van Dyck, 1613-1626, Milan 1980, cat. no. 42, reproduced (where dated to circa 1615-16); A. McNairn (ed.), The Young van Dyck, exhibition catalogue, Ottawa 1980, p. 147; E. Larsen, The Paintings of Anthony van Dyck, Luca 1988, vol. II, cat. no. 227, reproduced, and under cat. no. 28; A.K. Wheelock, S. Barnes, J. Held (eds.), Anthony van Dyck, exhibition catalogue, Washington 1990-1991, cat. no. 89, pp. 327, 347, reproduced; New Orleans 1997, p. 39-41, cat. no. 16; Baltimore 1999, pp. 38-41, cat. no. 15; S. Barnes, N. de Poorter et al, Van Dyck: A Complete Catalogue of the Paintings, New Haven and London 2004, p. 59, cat. no. I. 42, reproduced; A. Vergara and F. Lammertse (eds.), The Young Van Dyck, exhibition catalogue, Madrid 2012, p. 199, cat. no. 8, pp. 116-117, reproduced in color.
Anthonius Van Dyck - Portrait Study Of A Bearded Man

Anthonius Van Dyck - Portrait Study Of A Bearded Man

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Sir Anthony van Dyck ANTWERP 1599 - 1641 LONDON PORTRAIT STUDY OF A BEARDED MAN oil on canvas 14 7/8 by 12 1/2 in.; 37.8 by 31.8 cm. Read Condition Report Read Condition Report Register or Log-in to view condition report Saleroom Notice Provenance Probably acquired by Andrew Fountaine (1808 -1874), Narford Hall, Norfolk; By descent to his nephew Algernon Charles Fountaine (1851-1909), Narford Hall, Norfolk; By whom sold (‘Pictures from the celebrated Fountaine Collection, removed from Narford Hall, Norfolk’’), London, Christie’’ s, 7 July 1894, lot 9 (‘W. Dobson –Head of a Gentleman), for 48 guineas to Butler: Charles Butler, Warren Wood, Hatfield, Hertfordshire; His sale, London, Christie’’s, 7 July 1911, lot 42 (‘W.Dobson – Head of Inigo Jones’’), for £110. 5s. to Balley; Mrs. Elizabeth Holbrooke, Bladon Castle, Burton-on-Trent; Her sale et. al., London, Christie’’s, 6 May 1938, lot 13, £33 12s. to Read; Sir Bruce Ingram (1877-1963), O.B.E., M.C., London, and Great Pednor Manor, Chesham, Bucks, by 1941; By whose Executors sold, London, Sotheby’’s, 11 March 1964, lot 11 (as Van Dyck) for £4,200 to Singer; Possibly Mrs. Burchard, London, by 1965 (according to a label on the reverse of the frame); With Matthias Komor, New York; From whom purchased by the present collector. Exhibited London, Royal Academy, 1895, no. 36 (as Inigo Jones by Dobson); London, Royal Academy of Arts, Flemish Art, 1300–1700, 1953–54, no. 439 (as by Van Dyck); New York, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, on loan, c. 1969– 1983 and again 1998 - 2000 (as Dobson). Literature A. Graves, A Century of Loan Exhibitions 1813-1912, vol. I, London 1913, p. 288; T. Borenius, ‘Addenda to the work of Van Dyck’’, The Burlington Magazine, LXXIX, 1941, p. 203, pl. II A; Catalogue of the exhibition, Flemish Art, 1300–1700, London, Royal Academy of Arts 1953–54, p. 119, no. 439; E. Larsen, L’’Opera completa di Van Dyck,2 vols, Milan 1980, vol. I, p. 94, no. 131 (as whereabouts unknown, datable to 1617–18); E. Larsen, The Paintings of Anthony Van Dyck, 1988, vol. II, p. 54, no. 103 (incorrectly as oil on panel and in Munich, Alte Pinakothek). Only very recently re-assessed and restored to its rightful place in Van Dyck’’s oeuvre, this sketch has had a colorful and distinguished English provenance. When it was sold at auction in 1894 it came from the distinguished collections formed by the Fountaine family at Narford Hall in Norfolk. It was not marked in the auction catalogue, however, as one of the many paintings that had originally formed part of the remarkable collection at Narford begun by Sir Andrew Fountaine (1676-1753) in the 18 th century. It is more likely therefore that it was an acquisition by his grandson Andrew Fountaine IV (1808-1874) the most significant collector in the family since that date. It is particularly interesting to note that even by then the sketch bore a traditional(?) attribution to William Dobson (1611-1646), Van Dyck’’ s most important follower in England in the mid -17 th century. By the time its next owner, Charles Butler, had lent it to the Royal Academy exhibition the following year, the sitter had been identified as Inigo Jones (1573-1652), the pre-eminent architect, designer, connoisseur and arbiter artium of the court of King Charles I. Comparison with Van Dyck’’s portrait of Jones, painted around 1633 and today in the Hermitage in Saint Petersburg, 1 or indeed with William Dobson’’s own portrait of him, probably painted the following decade and today at Chiswick House in London, 2 render this identification unconvincing. Dobson’’s own ad vivum sketch for this portrait also survives in the National Maritime Museum in Greenwich. 3 Dobson’’s broader and drier handling of paint in the latter does not suggest his authorship for the present canvas, and indeed by the time this sketch was shown in the great Flemish exhibition at London’’s Royal Academy in 1953-54, at which time it belonged to the notable English collector Sir Bruce Ingram, Van Dyck’’s authorship had been restored. The identification of the sitter as Inigo Jones was discounted. It is not easy, however, to assign this work a specific date. It does not appear to be a preliminary study for any extant work by Van Dyck, whether a portrait of more extended piece. The features and hair of the sitter do seem to suggest that he was English, and therefore the work may date from early in his English period, from the spring of 1632 onwards. 1. S.Barnes, N. de Poorter, O. Millar and H. Vey, Van Dyck. A Complete Catalogue of the Paintings, New Haven and London, 2004, p. 539, cat no. IV.142. reproduced. 2. Exhibited, London, National Portrait Gallery, William Dobson 1611-1646, 21 October 1983 – 8 January 1984, no. 27. 3. Ibid, p. 63, under no. 27, reproduced fig. 19.
Anthonius Van Dyck - Pieter Bruegel The Younger

Anthonius Van Dyck - Pieter Bruegel The Younger

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Lot number: 86
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ANTHONY VAN DYCK Pieter Bruegel the Younger. Etching, circa 1630. 245x154 mm; 9 5/8x6 1/8 inches, thread margins on 3 sides, trimmed just inside the blank lower margin. First state (of 5), with the entire etched image by Van Dyck's hand and before the additional work and all letters. Laurel wreath with an eagle watermark (Maquoy/Hendrickx 252). A superb, early impression of this extremely scarce etching. Hollstein 2; Maquoy/Hendrickx 2.
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