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    Sale 2782

    LIECHTENSTEIN: Property from the Collection of the Princely House of Liechtenstein.

    1 April 2008, Amsterdam

  • Lot 134

    Joos van Craesbeeck (Neerlinter c. 1605-1662 Brussels)

    Peasants drinking outside an inn

    Price Realised  

    Estimate

    Joos van Craesbeeck (Neerlinter c. 1605-1662 Brussels)
    Peasants drinking outside an inn
    oil on panel
    45.9 x 34.1 cm.
    two collector's wax seals on the reverse


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    Provenance

    Possibly Chev. Augustin de Steenhault; De Vos, Brussel, 22 May 1758, lot 20.
    Possibly Pierre Servais; Jorez, Brussels, 24 August 1775, lot 11.
    Anonymous sale, Vienna, 13 March 1801, lot 19.
    Major Anton Roger, from whom acquired by Prince Alois I of Liechtenstein, 1801.
    Schloss Feldsberg, Valtice, 1942.
    Schloss Vaduz, Liechtenstein, 1944.
    Zürich, 1945.
    Schloss Vaduz, Liechtenstein, 1945.


    Literature

    Sammlungskatalog (manuscript), 1805, no. 540.
    J. Falke, Katalog der fürstlich Liechtensteinischen Bilder-Galerie im Gartenpalais der Rossau zu Wien, Vienna, 1873, p. 90, no. 779.
    J. Falke, Katalog der fürstlich Liechtensteinischen Bilder-Galerie im Gartenpalais der Rossau zu Wien, Vienna, 1885, p. 88, no. 655.
    A. Kronfeld, Führer durch die Fürstlich Liechtensteinische Gameäldegalerie in Wien, Vienna, 1931, p. 125.
    K. De Clippel, Joos van Craesbeeck (ca. 1606 - ca. 1660), Turnhout, 2006, I, pp. 153-5, no. A37 and II, p. 474, fig. 37.


    Exhibited

    Lucerne, Kunstmuseum, Meisterwerke aus der Sammlungen des Fürsten von Liechtenstein, 1948, no. 190.