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    Sale 2825

    The Decorative Arts Sale

    30 June - 1 July 2009, Amsterdam

  • Lot 99

    A DUTCH ART NOUVEAU BRASS AND COROMANDEL THREEFOLD SCREEN

    ATTRIBUTED TO THEODOOR NIEUWENHUIS (1866-1951) FOR VAN WISSELINGH & CO, CIRCA 1915

    Price Realised  

    A DUTCH ART NOUVEAU BRASS AND COROMANDEL THREEFOLD SCREEN
    ATTRIBUTED TO THEODOOR NIEUWENHUIS (1866-1951) FOR VAN WISSELINGH & CO, CIRCA 1915
    The frame carved with slylized floral and geometrical motifs and fitted with patinated brass panels, with hammered, openworked and etched decoration of a medieval knight on horseback and cockerels amidst slylized vines
    36 cm. high x 150 cm. wide


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    A comparable firescreen by Nieuwenhuis now in the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam is illustrated in J.F. Heijbroek & E.L. Wouthuysen, Portret van een Kunsthandel. De firma Van Wisselingh en zijn compagnons 1938 - heden, Zwolle, 1999, p. 154.

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