Cornelis van Spaendonck (1756 - 1840)

Lot 1506: CORNELIS VAN SPAENDONCK, FRUIT STILL LIFE, oil on panel, 51.5 x 44 cm


November 17, 2012
Cologne, Germany

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Description: Cornelis van Spaendonck was born in Tilburg in Holland, studied in Antwerp in Flanders, but it was in Paris that he became a successful painter of flower sill lifes. He exhibited in the salon already during the Ancien Regime, became member of the Royal Academie and was director of the porcelain manufacture in Sèvres. He carried forward the Netherlandish tradition of flower still life painting and was until the 19th century a celebrated artist. This fruit still life depicting grapes and peaches stems from his late period.
Dimensions: 51.5 x 44 cm
Medium: oil on panel
Provenance: Neumeister Auction 319, Munich, 10.-17.3.2003, Lot 736. - Private collection, West Germany.
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