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Bartholomeus J. Van Hove

Netherlands (La Haye 1790 -  1880 )
HOVE van Bartholomeus J. A Bustling Day In Front Of The City Hall On The Dam Square

Christie's /Oct 6, 2015
30,000.00 - 50,000.00
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Bartholomeus J. Van Hove - Townscape

Bartholomeus J. Van Hove - Townscape

Original 1830
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Lot number: 38
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Lot 38: Bartholomeus-J. van Hove (1790-1880), Townscape, Oil, 1830 Description: Oil on canvas, relined Netherlands, 1830 Bartholomeus-Johannes van Hove (1790-1880) – Dutch painter Signed and dated 'B J. van Hove 1830' lower right in oil The authenticity of this work has been confirmed verbally by Christian Lucht M.A., The Hague, on the basis of a photograph Dimensions: 66 x 80 cm Gilt stucco frame: 80 x 94.2 cm
Bartholomeus J. Van Hove - Overschie: Figures Repairing A Boat Along The River By Overschie

Bartholomeus J. Van Hove - Overschie: Figures Repairing A Boat Along The River By Overschie

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Lot number: 130
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Lot Description Bartholomeus Johannes van Hove (The Hague 1790-1880) Overschie: figures repairing a boat along the river by Overschie signed with initials (lower right); and signed again and inscribed with title (on the reverse) oil on panel 19 x 29 cm. Lot Condition Report I confirm that I have read this Important Notice and agree to its terms. View Condition Report
Bartholomeus J. Van Hove - Townscape

Bartholomeus J. Van Hove - Townscape

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Lot number: 5
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Lot 5: Bartholomeus-J. van Hove (1790-1880), Townscape, Oil, 1830 Description: Oil on canvas, relined Netherlands, 1830 The authenticity of this work has been confirmed verbally by Christian Lucht M.A., The Hague, on the basis of a photograph Dimensions: 66 x 80 cm Gilt stucco frame: 80 x 94.2 cm Good condition
Bartholomeus J. Van Hove - A Bustling Day In Front Of The City Hall On The Dam Square

Bartholomeus J. Van Hove - A Bustling Day In Front Of The City Hall On The Dam Square

Original 1864
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Lot number: 28
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Bartholomeus Johannes van Hove (The Hague 1790-1880) A bustling day in front of the City Hall on the Dam Square, the Nieuwe Kerk in the distance, Amsterdam signed and dated ‘B.J. van Hove / 1864.’’’’ (lower left) oil on canvas, octagonal 87 x 62.5 cm. Painted in 1864. Maatschappij Arti et Amicitiae, as part of the 'Historische Gallerij', Amsterdam 1864-1895; where acquired by Kunsthandel H. Koekkoek Jun., London, 20 March 1895 (Dfl. 17.500 for the entire collection). with Kunsthandel Goupil & Cie, The Hague, 1895 (Dfl. 52.500 for the entire collection). Mr. J.C. van Hattum van Ellewoutsdijk, The Hague, 1896 till 1909 (Dlf. 75.000 for the entire collection). Mr. J.F. van Hattum, Scheveningen; P. Hoogeveen & Zoon, Haarlem, 21 March 1944, lot 28 (where erroneously dated 1664). with Kunsthandel Galerie Internationale, The Hague, by 1961. Anonymous sale; Paul Brandt, Amsterdam, 25 November 1969, lot 10. Jacob van Lennep, Willem Moll, Jan ter Gouw, Nederlands geschiedenis en volksleven, Leiden, circa 1870, p. 75. Michiel van der Mast, Tiny de Liefde-van Brakel, Tussen fantasie en werkelijkheid: de stadsgezichten van B.J. van Hove (1790-1880), Venlo, 2012, p. 66, as: Het Stadhuis op de Dam in Amsterdam in 1655. Amsterdam, Maatschappij Arti et Amicitiae, 1864 (dismantled in 1895). The Hague, City Hall, Historische Galerij, afkomstig van de Maatschappij Arti et Amicitiae te Amsterdam, 1896-1901, no. 82 (on loan from J.C. van Hattum van Ellewoutsdijk and where erroneously dated 1664).
Bartholomeus J. Van Hove - Holländische Stadtansicht

Bartholomeus J. Van Hove - Holländische Stadtansicht

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Lot number: 1528
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Bartholomeus-Johannes van Hove 1790 Den Haag - 1880 Den Haag Holländische Stadtansicht Öl auf Holz. 40 x 54 cm. Signiert unten links: B J van Hove. In seinen holländischen Stadtansichten verbindet der Haager Maler Bartholomeus-Johannes van Hove topographisch präzis anmutende Architekturdarstellungen mit künstlerischer Phantasie zu atmosphärisch bestimmten Capricci. Damit hatte der Künstler nicht nur bei den bürgerlichen Sammlern seines Heimatlandes Erfolg, sondern reüssierte gleichermaßen beim europäischen Hochadel, wie beispielsweise dem russischen Zaren. Zuweilen erinnern bestimmte Gebäude in den Bildern des Künstlers an reale Architekturen, wie im vorliegenden Werk der auffallende Kuppelbau an die Ronde Kerk in Amsterdam oder die Marekerk in Leiden denken lässt. Wir danken Christian Lucht M.A., Den Haag, für die Bestätigung der Authentizität auf der Grundlage einer Fotografie. Bartholomeus-Johannes van Hove 1790 The Hague - 1880 The Hague View of a Dutch City Oil on panel. 40 x 54 cm. Signed lower left: B J van Hove. In his Dutch city scenes, the painter Bartholomeus-Johannes van Hove of the Hague combines topographic precision with artistic fantasy to create highly atmospheric capriccios. These works not only found favour among collectors in his home country, but were coveted by aristocrats throughout Europe, including the Russian Czars. Some of the architectural elements used in the artist's works show similarities to actual buildings, such as the unusual domed structure in the present piece, which is reminiscent of either the Ronde Kerk in Amsterdam or the Marekerk in Leiden. We would like to thank Christian Lucht M.A. of the Hague for confirming the authenticity of this work from a photograph.
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