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Thomas Wyck

Netherlands (1616 -  1677 )
WYCK Thomas An Italian House With A Well

Christie's /May 13, 2015
2,500.00 - 3,500.00
Not Sold

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Wijck Thomas

 

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Thomas Wyck - Figures At Work By A Staircase

Thomas Wyck - Figures At Work By A Staircase

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Lot number: 398
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Thomas Wyck (Beverwijk 1616–1677 Haarlem) Figures at work by a staircase, townhouses nearby, signed lower left: Twyck, oil on canvas, 132 x 109 cm, framed Provenance: sale, Bonham’’’’’’’’s, London, 10 December 2002, lot 319; Private collection, Southern Germany A study for the present painting is preserved in the Amsterdam Historisch Museum. Thomas Wyck is recorded to have lived in Rome in 1640. By 1642 the artist had returned to Haarlem. As only a few dated paintings by Wyck are known, it is difficult to say which ones he made while he was still in Rome
Thomas Wyck - Figures Cooking And Cleaning In A Courtyard

Thomas Wyck - Figures Cooking And Cleaning In A Courtyard

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Lot number: 81
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Thomas Wyck (Bewerwyck 1616-1677 Haarlem) Figures cooking and cleaning in a courtyard oil on panel 35 x 46.5cm (13 3/4 x 18 5/16in). Footnotes Provenance Squindo sale, Helbing, Munich, 22 June 1903, 126 (as signed and dated 1663) Sale, Sotheby's, London, 1 April 1992, lot 47 Sale, Sotheby's, Olympia, 24 April 2007, lot 232
Thomas Wyck - Rustic Interior With Drinking Peasants

Thomas Wyck - Rustic Interior With Drinking Peasants

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Lot number: 1476
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Lot 1476: Thomas Wijck, Rustic Interior with Drinking Peasants Thomas Wijck (1616-1677) Description: We would like to thank Dr. Bernhard Schnackenburg in Kassel for his attribution of this work to Thomas Wijck. This artist was among the leading proponents of the Italian style in Holland, and began his career as a pupil of Adriaen van Ostade. For more on this artist, cf.: Bernhard Schnackenburg: Die Anfänge von Thomas Adriaensz. Wyck (um 1620-1677) als Zeichner und Maler, in: Oud Holland 106, 1992, p. 143-56. Notes: VAT: Margin scheme Dimensions: 37.5 x 49 cm Artist or Maker: Thomas Wijck Medium: Oil on panel (parquetted)
Thomas Wyck - An Italian House With A Well

Thomas Wyck - An Italian House With A Well

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Lot number: 274
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Lot Description Thomas Adriaensz. Wyck (Beverwijk circa 1616-1677 Haarlem) An Italian house with a well (recto); A street with houses (verso) with inscription 'Curie' (?) (verso) black chalk, pen and brown ink, grey wash (recto); black chalk, brush and grey ink (verso), brown ink framing lines 14 x 19.7 cm. Lot Condition Report I confirm that I have read this Important Notice and agree to its terms. View Condition Report Exhibited Amsterdam, Koninklijk Oudheidkundig Genootschap, Hoe Hollandse teekenaars Rome zagen 1500-1840, 1940 (no catalogue published). Amsterdam, Amsterdam Museum, In de ban van Itali
Thomas Wyck - The Courtyard Of An Italian House, Perhaps A Tavern

Thomas Wyck - The Courtyard Of An Italian House, Perhaps A Tavern

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Lot number: 249
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Lot Description Thomas Adriaensz. Wyck (Beverwijk 1616-1677 Haarlem) The courtyard of an Italian house, perhaps a tavern with number '1036' (verso) black chalk, point of the brush and black ink, grey wash, black ink framing lines 15¼ x 14 in. (38.5 x 35.5 cm.) Provenance Paul Sandby (1725-1809) (L. 2112). Exhibited Amsterdam, Koninklijk Oudheidkundig Genootschap, Hoe Hollandse teekenaars Rome zagen 1500-1840, 1940 (no catalogue published). Amsterdam, Amsterdam Museum, In de ban van Italië: Tekeningen uit een Amsterdamse verzameling, 1995, no. 21 (catalogue by I. Oud, M. Jonker and M. Schapelhouman). View Lot Notes >
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