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Adriaen Van Utrecht

Belgium (Antwerpen 1599 -  Antwerpen 1652 ) Wikipedia® : Adriaen Van Utrecht
van UTRECHT Adriaen A Still Life Of Fruit

Palais Dorotheum
Oct 18, 2016
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Adriaen Van Utrecht - Kitchen Still Life

Adriaen Van Utrecht - Kitchen Still Life

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Lot number: 37
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Adriaen van Utrecht (Antwerpen 1599 - 1652 Antwerpen) Kitchen still life, 1646 oil on canvas; 125,5 x 174 cm signed and dated on the lower left: A. Van Utrecht / fecit. an. 1646. Provenance formerly Belgian noble property; sale Lempertz, Cologne, 21st May 2005, lot 759; sale Ketterer Kunst, Hamburg, 5th April 2008, lot 1347; private collection, Europe
Adriaen Van Utrecht - A Table Laden With Game With A Hunting Party Beyond

Adriaen Van Utrecht - A Table Laden With Game With A Hunting Party Beyond

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Adriaen van Utrecht (Antwerp 1599-1652) and David Teniers II (Antwerp 1610-1690 Brussels) A table laden with game with a hunting party beyond signed and dated 'Adiaen van utrecht / fe? ano 1647' (lower right, on the table ledge) oil on canvas 32 ¾ x 45 in. (85.8 x 114.4 cm.) Provenance Anonymous sale; Galerie Fischer, Lucerne, 1 June 1948, lot 2525.
Adriaen Van Utrecht -  Still Life Of Fruit

Adriaen Van Utrecht - Still Life Of Fruit

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Adriaen van Utrecht (Antwerp 1599–1652/53) Still life of fruit, signed and dated lower centre: Adriaen van Utrecht/ fe. ano 1651, oil on canvas, 59x77cm, framed Provenance: with Paul Vogel, Lucerne (July 1972); Private collection, Berlin; sale, UTO, Zurich, 27 November 1985, lot 1428; Private collection, Austria Specialist: Dr. Alexander Strasoldo
Adriaen Van Utrecht - Still Life With Fruits, Vegetable And A Parrot

Adriaen Van Utrecht - Still Life With Fruits, Vegetable And A Parrot

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Adriaen van Utrecht, Still Life with Fruits, Vegetable and a Parrot Description: Signed and dated lower right: Adriaen van Utrecht/fecit ano 1646 Adriaen van Utrecht, born in 1599 in Antwerp, belongs, alongside Frans Snyders and Jan Fyt, to the leading representatives of Flemish still life painting, an art which, as with all the fine arts, experienced a boom in the first half of the 17th century. Frans Snyders, a generation older than Adriaen van Utrecht, paved the way for the baroque Flemish still life which was founded on the tradition of the kitchen and market pieces of the 16th century. It is characterised by the opulence of the composition and the precise recording of the materiality of the objects depicted, but also by the painterly brilliance which distinguished painting in general in Antwerp in the 17th century. The present still life by Adriaen van Utrecht impresses with its large format and the richness of the infinite variety of fruits and vegetables which are presented to the viewer on a table, some in a basket. Contrary to the market pieces of the 16th century, the staffage figures have disappeared, and only a parrot and a monkey populate the scenery, lending the image an exotic and simultaneously courtly character. The preciousness of the fruits and vegetables, some of which were imported from distant countries, corresponds to the brilliance of the painting. Unlike Frans Snyders, Adriaen van Utrecht was familiar with not only the Flemish still life tradition. As well as Germany and France, he also travelled to Italy where he became acquainted with the still life painting there which flourished in particular in Rome and Milan. It was probably here that he picked up the idea of chiaroscuro, which clearly distinguishes his still lifes from those of Frans Snyders. His clients were as international as his artistic carrier and counted numerous European princes, as well as the German Emperor, the Spanish king and the governor of the Dutch provinces, for whom Adriaen van Utrecht completed important commissions for the furnishing of the Huis ten Bosch palace in The Hague in the same year as the present picture was created. Dimensions: 117 x 183.5 cm Medium: Oil on canvas (relined)
Adriaen Van Utrecht - A Still Life Of Fruit

Adriaen Van Utrecht - A Still Life Of Fruit

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Lot number: 62
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Adriaen van Utrecht (Antwerp 1599–1652) A still life of fruit, vegetables and game, with a young man and woman, signed and dated lower right: A VAN VTRECHT/ANo 1631, oil on canvas, 143.5 x 213.2 cm, framed

Provenance: Internationales Kunst- und Auktionshaus, Berlin, 14 March 1934, lot 84; sale, Weinmüller, Munich, 12th May 1954, lot 932 (as A. van Utrecht and H. Terbrugghen); sale, Weinmüller, Munich, 2nd May 1956, lot 1276 (as A. van Utrecht and H. Terbrugghen?); Galerie Lodi, Munich; Private collection, Como; sale, Pandolfini, Florence, 16th April 2014, lot 66 Literature: W. Bernt, Die Niederländischen Maler des 17. Jahrhunderts, vol. III, Munich 1960, no. 850; E. Greindl, Les Peintres Flamands de Nature Morte au XVIIe Siècle, 1983, p. 384, no. 4 The figures in the present composition have alternatively been attributed to Theodor Rombouts (1597–1637) and Hendrick Terbrugghen (1588–1629). Jacob Jordaens and Theodor van Thulden occasionally also worked for Adriaen van Utrecht.
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