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Maerten Jacobsz. Van Heemskerck

(1498 -  1574 ) Wikipedia® : Maerten Jacobsz. Van Heemskerck
van HEEMSKERCK Maerten Jacobsz. Studies Of Winged Putti

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Dec 10, 2014
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Variants on Artist's name :

Meemskerk Maarten Jacobsz Van Veen

Van Heemskerk Marten

Van Heemskerck Marteen

 

Artworks in Arcadja
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Maerten Jacobsz. Van Heemskerck - Portrait Of A Gentleman, Half-length

Maerten Jacobsz. Van Heemskerck - Portrait Of A Gentleman, Half-length

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Lot number: 106
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Maarten van Heemskerck (Heemskerck 1498-1574 Haarlem) Portrait of a gentleman, half-length oil on panel 29 3/8 x 21 ½ in. (74.6 x 54.6 cm.) Provenance with P. de Boer, Amsterdam. with Jacques Goudstikker, Amsterdam, 1928. Looted by the Nazi authorities, July 1940. Recovered by the Allies, 1945. In the custody of the Dutch Government. Restituted in February 2006 to the heir of Jacques Goudstikker.
Maerten Jacobsz. Van Heemskerck - Christ As The Man Of Sorrows

Maerten Jacobsz. Van Heemskerck - Christ As The Man Of Sorrows

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Lot number: 33
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CHRIST AS THE MAN OF SORROWS Maarten van Heemskerck HEEMSKERK 1498 - 1574 HAARLEM signed and dated on a cartellino upper right: MARTINVS HEEMSKERIC INVENIT/ ANNO MDXXV and inscribed: NE FLVXVS IRRITVS SIT NOSTRI CRVORIS O(LIM) QVO SANO VVLNVS GENVS BEOQVE LAPS(VM) FOSSVM CATVT TOT A SPINIS MANVS HIAN (=INANES) LATVS PEDES APER(TI) COR FEREVM MOVE(ANT)1 oil on canvas (traditionally said to have been transferred from panel; see below) 91 x 77.3 cm.; 35 3/4x 30 3/8 in.
Maerten Jacobsz. Van Heemskerck - The Triumph Of Tobias

Maerten Jacobsz. Van Heemskerck - The Triumph Of Tobias

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Lot number: 45
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Maarten van Heemskerck (Heemskerck 1498-1574 Haarlem) The Triumph of Tobias signed and dated 'Martenvs Van / Heemskerck j invent / 1559' (lower right) black chalk, pen and brown ink, incised 7¼ x 10¼ in. (18.4 x 26 cm.)
R. Freiherr von Kühlmann. with C.G. Boerner, Düsseldorf, Neue Lagerliste 60, 1972, no. 27. H.R. Bijl; Sotheby's, Amsterdam, 17 November 1993, lot 16.
PROPERTY FROM THE ESTATE OF ERIC MARTIN WUNSCH
E.M. Zafran, Master drawings from Titian to Picasso. The Curtis O. Baer collection, exh. cat., Washington, National Gallery of Art and elsewhere, 1985, p. 60. A. Moir, ed., Old Master Drawings from the collection of John and Alice Steiner, exh. cat., Santa Barbara, Santa Barbara Museum of Art, 1986, p. 179, under no. 76.
in reverse by Dirck Volckertsz. Coornhert (New Hollstein 441).
Maerten Jacobsz. Van Heemskerck - Studies Of Winged Putti

Maerten Jacobsz. Van Heemskerck - Studies Of Winged Putti

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Lot number: 94
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Maarten van Heemskerck (Heemskerk 1498-1574 Haarlem) Studies of winged putti, after the antique with inscription 'M. Heemskerk' (in pencil, lower left) pen and brown ink, brown ink framing lines, watermark three moons within encircled shield 6¾ x 8 3/8 in. (17.2 x 21.1 cm.)

Provenance

Anonymous sale [L.X. Lannoy et al.]; R.W.P. de Vries, Amsterdam, 19-28 May 1928, lot 2042.

Exhibited

Amsterdam, Koninklijk Oudheidkundig Genootschap, Hoe Hollandse teekenaars Rome zagen 1500-1840, 1940 (no catalogue published). Rotterdam, Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen, Paris, Fondation Custodia, and Brussels, Bibliothèque Albert 1er, Le Cabinet d'un Amateur: Dessins flamands et hollandais des XVIe et XVIIe siècles d'une collection privée d'Amsterdam, 1976-77, no. 74, pl. 6; catalogue by J. Giltaij).
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Maerten Jacobsz. Van Heemskerck - Portrait Of A Gentleman In A Fur-lined Cloak

Maerten Jacobsz. Van Heemskerck - Portrait Of A Gentleman In A Fur-lined Cloak

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Lot number: 167
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LOT 167
PROPERTY FROM THE HASCOE FAMILY COLLECTION
MAARTEN VAN HEEMSKERCK
HEEMSKERK 1498 - 1574 HAARLEM
PORTRAIT OF A GENTLEMAN IN A FUR-LINED CLOAK
oil on panel
100,000—150,000 USD
19 1/2 by 15 in.; 49.5 by 38.1 cm.
PROVENANCE
With Perls, Berlin, in the 1920s;With D.A. Hoogendijk & Co., Amsterdam, 1929;From whom acquired by Dr. A.F. Philips, Eindhoven;Thence by descent until offered for sale, "The Property of aDistinguished European Collector," London, Christie's, 8 December2005, lot 34, where unsold;Acquired by the present owners after the sale.
EXHIBITED
Amsterdam, Rijksmuseum, Tentoonstelling van Oude Kunst door deVereeniging van Handelaren in Oude Kunst Nederland, 1929, no. 130,as Jan van Scorel.
LITERATURE AND REFERENCES
L. Baldass, "Bildnisse des niederländische Romanismus," inStädel-Jahrbuch (1930): p. 83, reproduced fig. XIXa, as Jan vanScorel;A.B. de Vries, Het Noord-Nederlandsch portret in de tweede helftvan de 16e eeuw door, Amsterdam 1934, p. 22, no. 130, as Jan vanScorel;P. Wescher, "Heemskerck und Scorel," in Jahrbuch der PreussischenKunstsammlungen, vol. 59 (1938): pp. 244ff, reproduced fig. 7, asMaarten van Heemskerck;C.H. de Jonge, "Jan van Scorel," in Niederländische Malerei im 15.und 16. Jahrhundert, Amsterdam 1941, p. 356, reproduced fig. 308,as Jan van Scorel;G.J. Hoogewerff, De Noord-Nederlandsche Schilderkunst,s'-Gravenhage 1936-1947, vol. 4, pp. 335ff, reproduced fig. 156;vol. 5, p. 158, no. 60;J. Bruyn, "Vroege portretten van Maerten van Heemskerck," inBulletin van het Rijksmuseum, vol. 3 (1955): p. 33, note 3, asMaarten van Heemskerck;K.G. Boon, "Rondom Aertgen," in Miscellanea J.Q. van RegterenAltena, Amsterdam 1969, p. 60, as Maarten van Heemskerck;M.J. Friedländer, Early Netherlandish Painting, XII, Leiden andBrussels 1975, p. 127, no. 365, reproduced pl. 194, as Jan vanScorel;R. Grosshans, Maerten van Heemskerck, Die Gemälde, Berlin 1980, pp.104-105, no. 13, reproduced pl. 13. as Maarten van Heemskerck.
CATALOGUE NOTE
First published as a work of Jan van Scorel by Baldass in 1930,the present work has since been identified as an autograph work byScorel's pupil, Maarten van Heemskerck. Although Friedländer stillendorsed the attribution to Scorel as late as the 1975 edition ofhis Early Netherlandish Painting, Rainald Grosshans published it asan early work of van Heemskerck, dating it to circa 1530, in hisauthoritative 1980 monograph, and the attribution has remainedintact since.It is easy to understand the confusion over the attribution of thiswork, as Heemskerck was eager to absorb the lessons and style ofhis teacher. He entered Scorel's workshop in Haarlem shortly afterthe older artist had returned from his trip to Italy, a trip whichhad a profound influence not only on his own art, but which alsoprofoundly affected the course of Northern painting in general. Oneneed only compare Scorel's Portrait of a Man of circa 1535 in theStaatliche Museum, Berlin (fig. 1) with this painting to see theinfluence the one artist had upon the other. Heemskerck embarked onhis own Roman sojourn in 1532 and was as influenced by the art thathe saw there as was his master. Upon his return to Haarlem,Heemskerck received many important commissions and hisproductivity, erudition and inventiveness made him one of the mostinfluential artists of his generation.The present work depicts a handsome man, in early middle-age,dressed in a black beret, a black jacket with a small, fine whitecollar and rich fur cloak. He stares off to the right, with adetermined, thoughtful expression. In his right hand he holds whatappears to be a shallow cup or dish. Behind him is an extensivemountainous landscape with a distant mountain-top city or fortress,shrubbery and two figures on a path. Although it is unclear whatthis man's
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