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    Sale 2811

    European Noble and Private Collections

    24 - 25 June 2008, Amsterdam

  • Lot 235

    Pieter van Anraadt (Utrecht c. 1635-1678 Deventer)

    Portait of Hendrik de Sandra, half-length, in black armour and a white lace jabot with the order of Saint Michael on a blue ribon around his neck; and Portrait of Margaretha de Sandra, half-length, in a brown dress with pearls around her neck and in her hair

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    Pieter van Anraadt (Utrecht c. 1635-1678 Deventer)
    Portait of Hendrik de Sandra, half-length, in black armour and a white lace jabot with the order of Saint Michael on a blue ribon around his neck; and Portrait of Margaretha de Sandra, half-length, in a brown dress with pearls around her neck and in her hair
    the first signed and dated 'Pieter van Anraadt fecit Ao 1676' (centre right); the second signed and dated 'Pieter van Anraadt Ano 1677' (centre left)
    oil on canvas
    75.3 x 62.4 cm.
    both in a shaped frame with a coat-of-arms
    a pair (2)


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    The male sitter (Amsterdam 1619-1708 Delft) was 'Ridder Generaal Majoor der Cavalerie' and 'Ritmeester Commandeur' of Deventer, according to an inscription on the reverse. His wife was born as Margaretha de Tortarolis (Leiden 1627-1681 Deventer).

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    Provenance

    Removed from the country estate Fraeylemaborg, near Slochteren, which
    was acquired by Henrik de Sandra Veldtman in 1781, and sold with;
    Mak van Waay, Amsterdam, 10 May 1971, lot 7, where purchased by J.E. de Visser, Hoorn.


    Pre-Lot Text

    THE PROPERTY OF J.E. DE VISSER, HOORN (LOTS 218-343)