Anthonius Van Dyck

Belgium (Antwerp 1599London 1641 ) - Artworks
VAN DYCK Anthonius Lucas Vosterman's

Grogan & Co. /Jun 16, 2013
225.51 - 375.86
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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 - Justus Suttermans

Anthonius Van Dyck - Justus Suttermans

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Lot number: 2944
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Sir Anthony van Dyck (Flemish, 1599-1641) Justus Suttermans engraving 8 1/2 x 6 1/4 inches. Estimate $ 400-600 A fine impression in good condition; quarter-inch stain in right margin, away from image; taped to mat in two places along upper edge. Sheet: 12 x 8 3/4 inches.
Anthonius Van Dyck - Portrait Of A Man

Anthonius Van Dyck - Portrait Of A Man

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Lot number: 24
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Wentworth Hubert Charles Beaumont, 3rd Viscount Allendale (1922– 2002); By whom sold London, Christie’’s, 30 June 1961, lot 75 (as “Van Dyck,” “Portrait of a Man”), to Koetser; With Leonard Koetser, London; With Martin Asscher, London, by 1970; With Newhouse Galleries, NY; From whom purchased by Mr. & Mrs. F. Howard Walsh, Fort Worth, Texas; Anonymous sale, Dallas, Heritage Auction Galleries, 10 November 2006, lot 25009 (as "Van Dyck, “Portrait of a Man (Frans Snyders)” ; Where purchased by the present collector. Ottawa, National Gallery of Canada, Masterpiece in Focus: Rubens, Van Dyck, Jordaens, 3 May 2013 - 5 Jan 2014. 24 PROPERTY FROM A PRIVATE COLLECTION Sir Anthony van Dyck ANTWERP 1599 - 1641 LONDON PORTRAIT OF A MAN oil on canvas 12 1/2 by 9 1/2 in.; 31.7 by 23.6 cm. Estimate 200,000 - 300,000 USD Print Please notify me when the condition report is available
Anthonius Van Dyck - Erasmus Of Rotterdam

Anthonius Van Dyck - Erasmus Of Rotterdam

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Lot number: 85
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Anthony van Dyck (1599-1641) Description: ANTHONY VAN DYCK Erasmus of Rotterdam Etching and drypoint, circa 1630. 243x157 mm; 9 5/8x6 1/8 inches, wide margins. Mauquoy/Hendrickx's fifth state (of 5). Proprietary (IVH LEDARY watermark (?), Mauquoy/Hendrickx 234, which they date to around 1670). A very good impression with strong contrasts. Hollstein 5; Mauquoy/Hendrickx 5.
Anthonius Van Dyck - Lucas Vosterman's

Anthonius Van Dyck - Lucas Vosterman's

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Lot number: 14
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ANTON VAN DYCK (Dutch, 1599-1641) LUCAS VOSTERMAN'S etching; signed in plate, l.l.; plate: 9 1/2 x 6 inches; framed: 19 1/2 x 13 1/8 inches Other Notes: Includes note on verso stating that this etching was part of the collection of Nicholas II, State Hermitage Museum, St. Petersburg, Russia. Estimate $300-500 Condition: sheet: 16 1/8 x 10 1/8 inches; paper is toned and spotting; crease in u.r. margin; not laid down, hinged at top; chain lines and watermark indiscernable, but present;
Anthonius Van Dyck - Portrait Of A Cavalier

Anthonius Van Dyck - Portrait Of A Cavalier

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Lot number: 17
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Sir Anthony van Dyck (Antwerp 1599-1641 London) Portrait of a Cavalier dated and inscribed 'AET.s 57/1634' (upper left) oil on panel 28 5/8 x 21¾ in. (72.5 x 55.3 cm.) Baron Nathaniel de Rothschild (1836-1905), Vienna, and by descent to his nephew Baron Alphonse de Rothschild (1878-1942), Vienna and Paris. Confiscated during German occupation; recovered in May, 1945 from a salt mine in the Loser Plateau in Austria and returned to the Rothschild heirs. with Newhouse Galleries, Inc., New York. Kimbell Bequest, 1959. Kimbell Art Foundation, Fort Worth, Texas; Sotheby's, New York, 2 June 1989, lot 94 ($374,000). Anonymous sale; Sotheby's, New York, 28 January 2000, lot 57 ($442,500), where acquired by the present owner. PROPERTY FROM A PRIVATE COLLECTION "A plan for loot...How Hitler intended to dispose of the 'purchased' Rothschild collection", Illustrated London News, 207, no. 5542, 7 July 1945, pp. 24-25, illustrated. Kimbell Art Museum: Catalogue of the Collection, Fort Worth, 1972, pp. 66-67, illustrated. E. Larsen, L'opera completa di Van Dyck, Milan, 1980, p. 110-111, no. 790, fig. 790. Kimbell Art Museum: Handbook of the Collection, Fort Worth, 1981, p. 79, illustrated. E. Larsen, The Paintings of Anthony van Dyck, Frerem, 1988, II, p. 374, no. 954, illustrated. Simple yet refined, this portrait of a cavalier displays Van Dyck's skill in portraying Europe's elite in the 1630s. The composition, a half-length depiction of a man in black with a white collar, contains only a few basic elements, yet Van Dyck has nevertheless captured the sitter's effortless poise. He turns his face slightly to the left, his curly hair in fetching disarray. With a relaxed gloved hand on the hilt of his sword he exudes a nonchalant air of confidence. Van Dyck had perfected this form in the decade before, during his time in Italy, in portraits like that of Lucas van Uffel now in the Metropolitan Museum of Art (inv. no. 14.40.619), in which the sitter has the same ruffled hair, angled visage and elongated fingers. Van Dyck had extensive experience as a portraitist for Europe's ruling class by the time he produced this picture. Having trained with Peter Paul Rubens, he had moved to work for James I of England by 1620. He traveled extensively, visiting Italy before returning to Antwerp to serve as court painter to Archduchess Isabella; in 1632 he resided in England, where he was knighted by Charles I. The present portrait is dated 1634, at which point Van Dyck was living in the Netherlands. He returned, however, to London the following year; thus, this work could have been created in either locale. Erik Larsen speculates that Van Dyck painted the present portrait after his return to England (Larsen 1988, op. cit., p. 374). In comparing it to other portraits from this period, the brushwork bears a resemblance to the full-length portrait of Philippe Le Roy of 1630 in the Wallace Collection, London (inv. P94), similarly inscribed with the age of the sitter and date. This work was in the collection of Baron Nathaniel de Rothschild in Vienna and passed through the family by descent. It may have hung in Schillersdorf castle, the Rothschild residence in Silesia, as it bore a label and inventory number of this castle along with the family coat of arms (Kimbell, 1972, op. cit., p. 67). During World War II, it was seized by National Socialists. Recovered from a salt mine near the Loser Plateau, Austria in 1945, it was returned to the family. In 1959, the painting entered the collection of the Kimbell Art Foundation in Fort Worth, Texas. In a letter dated 14 December 1971, Michael Jaffé confirmed the attribution to Van Dyck (see Kimbell, 1972, op. cit., p. 66).
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