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    Sale 2769

    Old Master Pictures and Drawings

    14 November 2007, Amsterdam

  • Lot 188

    Circle of Jacob Foppens van Es (Antwerp 1596-1666)

    Artichokes and shrimps on pewter plates, an earthenware jug, a knife, a peeled lemon and an orange on a tazza, a salt-cellar and other objects on a draped table

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    Estimate

    Circle of Jacob Foppens van Es (Antwerp 1596-1666)
    Artichokes and shrimps on pewter plates, an earthenware jug, a knife, a peeled lemon and an orange on a tazza, a salt-cellar and other objects on a draped table
    oil on panel, stamped on the reverse with the panelmaker's mark 'MV' of Michiel Vriend (active 1615-1636) and the coat-of-arms of the city of Antwerp
    43 x 61 cm.


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    Provenance

    G. Zimmerer, Zurich.


    Literature

    N.R.A. Vroom, A modest message, 1980, II, p. 107, illustrated, no. 538, as Clara Peeters.
    H.-J. Raupp, Stilleben und Tierstücke, Münster, 2004, V, pp. 38-41, no. 1, illustrated, as circle of Alexander Adriaenssen.


    Exhibited

    Amsterdam, A. van der Meer, 26 March-16 April 1965, no.14.
    Münster, Westfälisches Landesmuseum, 1977-85, on loan, as Clara Peeters.
    Nuremberg, Germanisches Nationalmuseum, Europäische Essbestecke aus acht Jahrhunderten, 26 February-8 June 1997.
    Paderborn, Städtische Galerie in der Reithalle Schloss Neuhaus, Jagdbeute auf Marmorplatte- Niederländische Stilleben und Tierstücke des 17. Jahrhunderts, 10 September 2004-23 January 2005.