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      • CORNELIS JACOBSZ DELFF (1570-1643). "Pantry still life". Oil on canvas. Relined. Attached report issued by Dr. Fred G. Meijer. It presents restorations. It has a frame from the 20th century. Signed in the upper right area.
        Sep. 19, 2023

        CORNELIS JACOBSZ DELFF (1570-1643). "Pantry still life". Oil on canvas. Relined. Attached report issued by Dr. Fred G. Meijer. It presents restorations. It has a frame from the 20th century. Signed in the upper right area.

        Est: €50,000 - €60,000

        CORNELIS JACOBSZ DELFF (1570-1643). "Still life of a pantry. Oil on canvas. Relined. Attached report issued by Dr. Fred G. Meijer. It has restorations. It has a 20th century frame. Signed in the upper right area. Measurements: 130 x 202 cm; 235 x 164 cm (frame). In this exuberant image, the artist, presents us with a great display of his technical quality which is evident in the game of capturing the numerous elements that make up the image, but at the same time in the ambiguity with which he conceives the scene. At first sight it appears to be a still life with figures, a very popular genre in Flanders. However, on observing the figure of the woman, it can be seen that she is not dressed like a simple shopkeeper, as her clothing and the pearl hanging from one of her ears make her a far cry from the popular idea. Behind her, a man is besieging her, leaning his face against her neck and offering her a glass of wine. This characteristic imbues the work with a gallant theme that is contextualised behind a prolific, rich and diverse still life. The still life with large figures of the Flemish school originated in the 16th century in the works of Pieter Aertsen (1508-1575) and Joachim Beuckelaer (1533-1574). Both painters produced large paintings that advanced the Baroque style through their naturalism and scenographic value, although they still show the variegation of elements typical of Mannerism. Pieter Aerstsen created a formula that consisted of placing the figure in the foreground, surrounded by large-scale foodstuffs, always depicted with particular attention to quality and detail in the Flemish tradition. Beuckelaer, a pupil of Aertsen, took this model created by his master and used it to depict religious scenes, which are always secondary to still lifes. In the 17th century the genre of the still life with figures became very important in the Flemish school, with compositions that were already more dynamic and theatrical, fully in keeping with the Baroque style, as we see here. A still-life painter, he was the son and pupil of Jacob Willemsz Delff: apart from the dates of his birth and death, no other biographical details are known. Stylistically, he belongs to that group of Dutch painters who began to paint still lifes inspired by all the Flemish market and kitchen scenes in which figures are still present. In the few works attributed to him, there is a predilection for painting the surfaces of copper and brass plates, the gleam of which is often reflected in the glass. Fish, birds (which demonstrates the soft consistency of the feathers) and fruit are frequently present, their thick background consisting of wooden planks and dark tones. The composition shows little vigour in the assemblage of objects, with a predilection for the combination of simple forms, with mostly two-dimensional effects.

        Setdart Auction House
      • Cornelis Jacobsz Delff (Gouda 1571 - Delft 1643), Natura morta con oca, fruttiera, bacile con carciofi e piatto di pesci
        May. 04, 2023

        Cornelis Jacobsz Delff (Gouda 1571 - Delft 1643), Natura morta con oca, fruttiera, bacile con carciofi e piatto di pesci

        Est: €10,000 - €20,000

        Questo pannello, elegantemente decorato dal naturamortista Delff, è databile al secondo quarto del XVII secolo ed è correntemente archiviata dalla Fondazione Zeri come opera dell'artista olandese. Tipiche della produzione del pittore sono le stoviglie in rame e ottone e la presenza - come in questo caso - di pesci e di uccelli dal morbido piumaggio, resi con grande perizia e vigore compositivo.

        Telearte
      • CORNELIS JACOBSZ DELFF Gouda (1570) / Delft (1643) "Kitchen still life with a maid and her suitor"
        Mar. 28, 2023

        CORNELIS JACOBSZ DELFF Gouda (1570) / Delft (1643) "Kitchen still life with a maid and her suitor"

        Est: €57,000 - €76,000

        Oil on canvas Signed "CJD (in compendium) elff" on the upper right side Report of Professor Fred G. Meijer confirming attached Authorship Provenance: -Spath, Munich 1929 -Anonymous sale, Lucerne Fischer Gallery 26-11-1996, lot 2010 -Sotheby's, OMP, December 1, 2009, Amsterdam, lot 21 -Ansorena, February 11, 2011, lot 242 -Private collection, Madrid Measurements: 130 x 202 cm

        Ansorena
      • CORNELIS JACOBSZ DELFF (1570-1643). "Pantry still life". Oil on canvas. Relined. It presents restorations. It has a frame from the 20th century. Signed in the upper right area.
        Dec. 12, 2022

        CORNELIS JACOBSZ DELFF (1570-1643). "Pantry still life". Oil on canvas. Relined. It presents restorations. It has a frame from the 20th century. Signed in the upper right area.

        Est: €50,000 - €60,000

        CORNELIS JACOBSZ DELFF (1570-1643). "Still life of a pantry. Oil on canvas. Re-coloured. It has restorations. It has a 20th century frame. Signed in the upper right area. Measurements: 130 x 202 cm; 235 x 164 cm (frame). In this exuberant image, the artist, presents us with a great display of his technical quality which is evident in the game of capturing the numerous elements that make up the image, but at the same time in the ambiguity with which he conceives the scene. At first sight it appears to be a still life with figures, a very popular genre in Flanders. However, on observing the figure of the woman, it can be seen that she is not dressed like a simple shopkeeper, as her clothing and the pearl hanging from one of her ears make her a far cry from the popular idea. Behind her, a man is besieging her, leaning his face against her neck and offering her a glass of wine. This characteristic imbues the work with a gallant theme that is contextualised behind a prolific, rich and diverse still life. The still life with large figures of the Flemish school originated in the 16th century in the works of Pieter Aertsen (1508-1575) and Joachim Beuckelaer (1533-1574). Both painters produced large paintings that advanced the Baroque style through their naturalism and scenographic value, although they still show the variegation of elements typical of Mannerism. Pieter Aerstsen created a formula that consisted of placing the figure in the foreground, surrounded by large-scale foodstuffs, always depicted with particular attention to quality and detail in the Flemish tradition. Beuckelaer, a pupil of Aertsen, took this model created by his master and used it to depict religious scenes, which are always secondary to still lifes. In the 17th century the genre of the still life with figures became very important in the Flemish school, with compositions that were already more dynamic and theatrical, fully in keeping with the Baroque style, as we see here. A still-life painter, he was the son and pupil of Jacob Willemsz Delff: apart from the dates of his birth and death, no other biographical details are known. Stylistically, he belongs to that group of Dutch painters who began to paint still lifes inspired by all the Flemish market and kitchen scenes in which figures are still present. In the few works attributed to him, there is a predilection for painting the surfaces of copper and brass plates, the gleam of which is often reflected in the glass. Fish, birds (which demonstrates the soft consistency of the feathers) and fruit are frequently present, their thick background consisting of wooden planks and dark tones. The composition shows little vigour in the assemblage of objects, with a predilection for the combination of simple forms, with mostly two-dimensional effects.

        Setdart Auction House
      • Cornelis Jacobsz Delff (Gouda 1571 - Delft 1643), Still life with goose, fruit bowl, basin with artichokes and plate of fish
        Mar. 16, 2022

        Cornelis Jacobsz Delff (Gouda 1571 - Delft 1643), Still life with goose, fruit bowl, basin with artichokes and plate of fish

        Est: €30,000 - €40,000

        This panel, elegantly decorated by the naturamortist Delff, can be dated to the second quarter of the 17th century and is currently catalogued by the Fondazione Zeri as a work by the Dutch artist. Typical of the painter's production are the copper and brass tableware and the presence - as in this case - of fish and birds with soft plumage, rendered with great skill and compositional vigour.

        Telearte
      • Cornelis Jacobsz Delff (1571-1643). Nature morte aux raisins et aux oiseaux,, Huile sur panneau de chêne école Hollandaise XVII ème siècle., Signé en bas à droite Dimensions : 79 x 52 cm
        May. 16, 2021

        Cornelis Jacobsz Delff (1571-1643). Nature morte aux raisins et aux oiseaux,, Huile sur panneau de chêne école Hollandaise XVII ème siècle., Signé en bas à droite Dimensions : 79 x 52 cm

        Est: €4,000 - €6,000

        Cornelis Jacobsz Delff (Gouda 1571- Delft 1643). Huile sur panneau de chêne école Hollandaise XVII ème siècle. Nature morte aux cuivres avec rouge-gorge, bouvreuil et fauvette. Panneau de chêne, trois planches, renforcé. Cachet de cire au dos. Signé en bas à droite. Expert : Cabinet Turquin Paris. Dimensions : 81 x 53,5 cm. Cornelis Jacobsz Delff (Gouda 1571- Delft 1643). Oil on oak panel Dutch school XVII th century. Still life in brass with robin, bullfinch and warbler. Oak panel, three planks, reinforced. Wax seal on the back. Signed lower right. Expert: Cabinet Turquin Paris. Dimensions: 81 x 53.5 cm.

        MJV Soudant
      • Cornelis Jacobsz. Delff, 1571 Gouda - 1643 Delft, zug.
        Mar. 25, 2021

        Cornelis Jacobsz. Delff, 1571 Gouda - 1643 Delft, zug.

        Est: €10,000 - €15,000

        STILLLEBEN MIT FRÜCHTEN UND KUPFERTÖPFEN Öl auf Holz. 90 x 120 cm. Rechts unten auf Tischplatte monogrammiert. Gerahmt. Vor dunkelbraunem Hintergrund das prächtige Küchenstillleben, bei dem auf einer mit teils braunem Tuch bedeckten Tischplatte präsentiert werden: weiße, teils gerupfte Hühner, ein großer Puter und ein kleines Kaninchen zwischen Äpfeln und einem Bund Zwiebeln. Dazu am linken Bildrand ein golden leuchtender, schräg stehender Kupferkessel und ein weiterer stehender glänzender Kupferkessel am unteren rechten Bildrand. Malerei in der typischen Manier des 17. Jahrhunderts mit starker Hell-Dunkel-Akzentuierung. Rest. (1261913) (3) (18) Cornelis Jacobsz Delff, 1571 Gouda - 1643 Delft, attributed STILL LIFE WITH FRUIT AND COPPER POTS  Oil on panel. 90 x 120 cm. Monogrammed on tabletop lower right.

        Hampel Fine Art Auctions
      • Cornelis Jacobsz Delff (Gouda 1570 - Delft 1643), ambito di, Ritratto di dama
        May. 27, 2020

        Cornelis Jacobsz Delff (Gouda 1570 - Delft 1643), ambito di, Ritratto di dama

        Est: €700 - €900

        carta applicata su tavola, cm 37x29, Provenienza: Michel van Gelder Collection, Chateau Zeecrabbe, Uccle

        Cambi Casa d'Aste
      • Cornelis Jacobsz DELFF (Delft, 1571-Delft, 1643) NATURE MORTE AUX FRUITS ET AUX COQUILLAGES
        Oct. 11, 2017

        Cornelis Jacobsz DELFF (Delft, 1571-Delft, 1643) NATURE MORTE AUX FRUITS ET AUX COQUILLAGES

        Est: €40,000 - €50,000

        Cornelis Jacobsz DELFF (Delft, 1571-Delft, 1643) NATURE MORTE AUX FRUITS ET AUX COQUILLAGES Huile sur panneau de chêne Signé en bas à droite 53 x 74 cm

        Marc Arthur Kohn Paris
      • CORNELIS JACOBSZ. DELFF
        Dec. 01, 2009

        CORNELIS JACOBSZ. DELFF

        Est: €20,000 - €30,000

        A KITCHEN STILL LIFE WITH A MAID AND HER ADMIRER NEXT TO A TABLE WITH DEAD HARES, FOWL, BREAD ROLLS, A BASKET WITH FRUIT, AND COPPER POTS AND PANS, ON ANOTHER TABLE AN EARTHENWARE PLATE WITH FISH, CABBAGES AND ARTICHOKES, THE RETURN OF THE PRODIGAL SON IN THE BACKGROUND signed upper right: CJD (in compendium) elff

        Sotheby's
      • CORNELIS JACOBSZ. DELFF
        Oct. 29, 2009

        CORNELIS JACOBSZ. DELFF

        Est: £4,000 - £6,000

        A STILL LIFE WITH A FISH, ONIONS, CABBAGE, CHEESE AND COPPER POTS

        Sotheby's
      • CORNELIS JACOBSZ DELFT Gouda 1571-1643 Delft
        May. 28, 2009

        CORNELIS JACOBSZ DELFT Gouda 1571-1643 Delft

        Est: kr40,000 - kr60,000

        CORNELIS JACOBSZ DELFT Gouda 1571-1643 Delft Stilleben med fisk och grönsaker Olja på duk, 57 x 93 cm. Oil on canvas. EXPERTIS: Cabinet Turquin, Stéphane Pinta, Paris PROVENIENS: Konstnären N. J. Oppenheimers samling

        Stockholms Auktionsverket
      • Apples and grapes in a porcelain bowl, a bread roll on a pewter plate, a glass of water and a jug on a wooden ledge.
        Jul. 04, 2007

        Apples and grapes in a porcelain bowl, a bread roll on a pewter plate, a glass of water and a jug on a wooden ledge.

        Est: £5,000 - £8,000

        Cornelis Jacobsz. Delff (Delft 1571-1643) Apples and grapes in a porcelain bowl, a bread roll on a pewter plate, a glass of water and a jug on a wooden ledge. oil on panel 18¼ x 25 3/8 in. (46.4 x 64.4 cm.)

        Christie's
      • CORNELIS JACOBSZ. DELFF GOUDA 1570/71 - 1643 DELFT
        Nov. 14, 2006

        CORNELIS JACOBSZ. DELFF GOUDA 1570/71 - 1643 DELFT

        Est: €30,000 - €40,000

        THE PROPERTY OF A GENTLEMAN A KITCHEN STILL LIFE WITH FOWL, A COPPER POT, ROLLS ON TIN PLATES, APPLES AND BLACK GRAPES IN A BASKET AND MUSHROOMS ON A STONEWARE PLATE, ALL ON A TABLE, TOGETHER WITH HERRING, A SALMON, AND OTHER FISH, A STRING OF ONIONS, RED CABBAGES AND OTHER VEGETABLES, CARROTS AND ARTICHOKES IN A BASKET, MEAT ON A STONEWARE PLATE, AND A COPPER POT, ALL ON ANOTHER TABLE, AN AMOUROUS COUPLE BEHIND THE LEFT TABLE, A MERRY COMPANY PLAYING TRIC TRAC BEYOND measurements note 131.8 by 219.1 cm. signed lower centre on the table: C. JD ( in compendium) elff Fc. oil on canvas, unframed NOTE In the wake of Pieter Aertsen and Joachim Beuckelaer, Delff is part of a second generation of kitchen still life painters. He painted these compositions around the first decade of the 17th century, adding to the still life a background scene, in this case both referring to the pleasures and leisures of life. A similar composition is at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts in Richmond (see S.A. Sullivan, The Dutch Gamepiece, Totowa, New Jersey, 1984, p. 11, reproduced fig. 11).

        Sotheby's
      • Cornelis Jacobsz. Delff (Gouda 1570/1-1643 Delft)
        Nov. 16, 2005

        Cornelis Jacobsz. Delff (Gouda 1570/1-1643 Delft)

        Est: €40,000 - €60,000

        Kitchenware in the glow of an oil lamp signed 'CJDelff.' (CJD linked, upper left) oil on panel 42.6 x 51.8 cm.

        Christie's
      • OTHER PROPERTIES CORNELIS JACOBSZ. DELFF GOUDA 1570/71 - 1643 DELFT A KITCHEN STILL LIFE WITH
        May. 10, 2005

        OTHER PROPERTIES CORNELIS JACOBSZ. DELFF GOUDA 1570/71 - 1643 DELFT A KITCHEN STILL LIFE WITH

        Est: €12,000 - €18,000

        OTHER PROPERTIES CORNELIS JACOBSZ. DELFF GOUDA 1570/71 - 1643 DELFT A KITCHEN STILL LIFE WITH HARES, FOWL, BREAD AND FRUIT ON A TABLE, CHEESES ON A PLATE ON A STOOL, FISH, CABBAGES, CARROTS AND OTHER VEGETABLES, COPPER PANS AND OTHER KITCHEN UTENSILS ON ANOTHER TABLE, TOGETHER WITH A MAID HOLDING A PLATE WITH A PIECE OF MEAT AND A COUPLE SITTING BEFORE A FIREPLACE IN THE BACKGROUND signed upper left: CJD (in ligature) elff oil on panel PROVENANCE A.J. van Woerkom, Voorburg, 1937; F.W. van Heijst, The Hague, 1942 (restored by Dr. A.M. de Wild in 1941/2). LITERATURE AND REFERENCES F.G. Meijer, The Ashmolean Museum [...] The Collection of Dutch and Flemish Still-life Paintings Bequeathed by Daisy Linda Ward, Oxford/Zwolle 2003, p. 201, under cat. no. 28, reproduced fig. 28.2. CATALOGUE NOTE Cornelis Delff was first taught by his father Jacob and then started working under Cornelis Cornelisz. van Haarlem (1562-1638). From 1610 onwards he moved to Delft where he worked until the end of his life in 1643. After his teacher Cornelisz. van Haarlem, Delff was the first to produce kitchen still lifes in the style of the Flemish painter Pieter Aertsen (1507/8-1575) in Holland. The difference with Delff's kitchen scenes were that he focussed more on various kitchen utensils like pots and pans etc. instead of food, fruit and vegetables, as can also be seen in the present picture.

        Sotheby's
      • CORNELIS JACOBSZ. DELFF GOUDA 1570/71 - 1643 DELFT
        Nov. 02, 2004

        CORNELIS JACOBSZ. DELFF GOUDA 1570/71 - 1643 DELFT

        Est: €30,000 - €50,000

        signed upper left: CJD (in ligature) elff oil on panel A KITCHEN STILL LIFE WITH HARES, FOWL, BREAD AND FRUIT ON A TABLE, CHEESES IN A PLATE ON A STOOL, FISHES, CABBAGES, OTHER VEGETABLES AND KITCHEN UTENSILS ON ANOTHER TABLE, A MAID AND HOLDING A PLATE WITH FOWL, AND A COUPLE SITTING BEFORE A FIREPLACE BEYOND

        Sotheby's
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