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Jan van Goyen (1596 - 1656)

Lot 73: Jan van Goyen with notable provenance

Adams Amsterdam Auctions

December 2, 2019
Amsterdam, Netherlands

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Description

- GOYEN, Jan van (North Netherlandish 1596 - 1656). Landscape with oxen, 1651. Pencil on paper, with later added brown wash, monogrammed and dated 'VG 1651' (lower right), stamped with the collector's mark of Rudolf Philip Goldschmidt (L. 2926) (on the reverse); framed under passe-partout behind glass. Very good condition.

Dimensions

Image size 11.5 x 20.5 cm., frame size 28.5 x 37.5 cm.

Artist or Maker

GOYEN, Jan van (North Netherlandish 1596 - 1656).

Literature

Katalog der Sammlung des im Jahre 1914 verstorbenen Herrn Rud. Phil. Goldschmidt - Berlin. Erster Teil, Handzeichnungen. Frankfurt am Main, F.A.C. Prestel, 1917, p. 30, nr. 238; Catalogue de la collection de dessins anciens, initiales, manuscrits, ouvrages sur les beaux-arts, dictionnaires, monographies, etc.: composant le cabinet de feu M. le professeur Dr. F. Heimsoeth de l'Université de Bonn. Francfort sur le Mein, F.A.C. Prestel, 1879, p. 14, nr. 71

Provenance

Private collection, by descent; private collection Rudolf Philip Goldschmidt; private collection William Pitcairn Knowles; private collection Friedrich Heimsoeth

Notes

Described in the Heimsoeth catalogue (1879) as "Quatre boeufs avec le bouvier accompagnés d'une femme précédés d'un cavalier et d'un garçon, viennent de passer un petit pont de bois à droite et suivent une route qui tourne à gauche vers le fond où se voit une ville. Une voiture et d'autres figures passent un pont plus éloigné. - Signé du monogr. 1651. Dessin de la première qualité au crayon noir et lavé de sépia" [Four oxen with the herder accompanied by a woman and preceded by a rider and a boy, who have just passed a little wooden bridge on the right and are following a road that turns left towards the background where a city can be seen. A cart and other figures pass a bridge further away. - Signed with monogr. 1651. First quality drawing in black pencil and washed with sepia]. Lovely details can be discovered when taking a closer look, such as a duck nesting basket in the foreground, an ox mounting another one or a mill in the distance.

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NRC 12 - Fine Art

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December 2, 2019, 6:30 PM CET

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