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Ref. 1437

Ruthart Carl Borromaus Andreas (circle)

Danzig 1630- L'Aquila (after) 1703

Hunting scene with three dogs bringing down a fox.  Oil on canvas

136 cm high x 232 cm wide (painting 109 cm x 204 cm)



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Watercolour drawing

28 cm high x 25,5 cm wide (framed)



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Coat of arms on panel

49 cm high x 44 cm wide



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Ref. 9085

Painting, oil on canvas

117 cm high x 92 cm wide



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Ref. 0265

Set of six engravery's after Raphael, from the collection of Churchill

46 cm x 38,5 (incl cardboard)



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Painting by Pang Yongjie

130 cm x 130 cm

Even with his first exhibition in China it was clear that Pang Yongjie (°1968) had turned away from traditional and modern art, and that he had gone his own way.  Mr Pang wants to show warmth and liveliness, not the glooming and darkness to which his contempories and fellow craftsmen so often adhere.  Pang Yongjie is from Dongming, a city in the province of Shandong.  He learned the craft at the Art Academy in his place of birth.  His first exposition was in 1990, the year of his graduation.  Pang concentrates on just one painting technique: oil colours applied with a palette knife to the canvas.  This gives warm and vigorous colours and though it makes his sitters appear abstract it invites the viewer to caress them at the same time.

 



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ref. 6181

Oil painting on canvas by Salvator Rossa, Italy

120 cm high x 140 cm wide



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251209**

Watercoulored drawing by Léon Danchin 1921

51 cm high x 80 cm wide (incl frame)



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Painting by Pang Yongjie

130 cm x 130 cm

Even with his first exhibition in China it was clear that Pang Yongjie (°1968) had turned away from traditional and modern art, and that he had gone his own way.  Mr Pang wants to show warmth and liveliness, not the glooming and darkness to which his contempories and fellow craftsmen so often adhere.  Pang Yongjie is from Dongming, a city in the province of Shandong.  He learned the craft at the Art Academy in his place of birth.  His first exposition was in 1990, the year of his graduation.  Pang concentrates on just one painting technique: oil colours applied with a palette knife to the canvas.  This gives warm and vigorous colours and though it makes his sitters appear abstract it invites the viewer to caress them at the same time.



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"Skulls" serie of 12 photographs by Guido Mocafico

52 cm x 42 cm (including frame)

Photographed at "Laboratoire d'anatomie comparéd du musée d'histoire naturelle", Paris, February 1999

 

 

 

 

Guido Mocafico initially wanted to become a fashion photographer, along with all the clichés portrayed in Blow up.  But at the Vevey school of photography in Switzerland, that he attended for two years, fashion photography was very much of a taboo subject.  Ironically, Guido's still life photography has enhanced the image of all the big names in fashion: Gucci, Issey Miyake, Christian Dior, Hugo Boss, Armani as well as such cutting edge magazines as The Face, Dazed & Confused, Citizen k, Numéro, Big, Harper's Bazaar, not to mention many of Condé Nast's publications.  But being locked-up in his spotlight-heated studio under strict surveillance of fashion editors soon gave him the urge to travel. 

 



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ref. 00010

Set of four paintings, comes from a Schloss in Munich, South-Germany, 18th century

98 cm high x 189 cm wide (including frame)



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ref. 00045

Aquarel 'Vase with flowers' by G.J.J. Van Os

Dutch School, 19th century

75 cm high x 63 cm wide

Georgius J.J. Van Os (1782-1861) was a student of - his father, the famous artist Jan Van Os (1744-1808).  He travelled to Paris in 1812 and stayed there from 1826 onwards till his death.   In Paris he worked for the Sèvres porcelain factory.

He mainly painted made aquarels of still life objects (flowers & fruit).   He was a member of the Royal Academie of Amsterdam.  G.J.J. Van Os was the teacher of other still life painters, among them A.J. Brandt, D.J.H. Joosten and Hendrik Peeters.



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ref. 9274

Painting

43 cm high x 61 cm wide



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8617**

"Venus et l'amour"

Painting by Jean Baptiste Poncet (1827-1901), signed and dated 1898

The painting is situated in an idyllic landscape.  Venus is perfectly posed in the middle of the picture.  Her nudity is softened by the presence of Amor (as an innocent young child) and of a butterfly (symbol for fragility).   Poncet shows here both Venus as the personifaction of idealistic beauty and the beauty of nature in perfect harmony.  This theme shows influence by "La source", painted in 1856 by Ingres.

 

 Oil on canvas, 192 cm high x 125 cm wide

Expositions :

Paris, Salon des artistes Français 1898, nr 1648

Palais des Beaux Arts de Lyon 1898, nr 53

Catalogue :

Museum of Vienna, 2001

 

Jean Baptiste Poncet was a student at the "Ecole des Beaux-Arts" in Lyon.  He also had lessons by Hippolyte Flandrin, and become later on his companion.   One can see the influece by his teacher throughout his career.



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# 7635 F**

SIMON HARDIME (ANTWERP 1672-1737 LONDON )

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 “Roses, carnations, morning glory, bluebells, honeysuckle and other flowers in a classical urn on a stone ledge”

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 Oil on canvas

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 66 cm x 86,4 cm

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  Simon Hardimé specialised in still-lifes and flowers and fruit, and studied under J.B. Crepu in Antwerp , becoming a master in the guild of St. Luke in c. 1688/89.  In 1700 the artist travelled to , establishing a practice in London , remaining there from 1720 until his death in 1737.  He was commissioned to paint pictures for various British aristocracy, including Lord Scarborough.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



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ref. 8299

'The quack dentist', oil on canvas

English School late 18th century

Former collection of Mme Marianne Szekely Goldstein, NY

 

104 cm high x 134 cm wide (without frame 90,80 x 120,70)



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ref. 8418

Empire painting, in the taste of Ingres, ca 1800

75 cm x 89 cm



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Work by Jean-Marc Louis
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7557

Work by JM Louis

   H 115 cm x W 180 cm



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