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    Sale 3066

    Old Masters & 19th Century Art - including Dutch Impressionism

    15 - 16 November 2016, Amsterdam

  • Lot 100

    Adriaen van Nieulandt (Antwerp 1585-1658 Amsterdam)

    Judah and Tamar

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    Adriaen van Nieulandt (Antwerp 1585-1658 Amsterdam)
    Judah and Tamar
    signed and dated 'Av nieulandt fecit 1611' (Av linked, lower right)
    oil on panel
    54.6 x 82.9 cm.


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    Van Nieulandt belonged to the group of Flemish immigrants who settled in Amsterdam in the first years of the seventeenth century. He also was active as an art dealer, appraiser and real estate agent. He lived in the Breestraat no. 5, just across the street from Rembrandt van Rijn.

    The panel was researched on 26 February 2014 by Prof. Peter Klein, who dates it from 1608 onwards.

    Provenance

    (Possibly) with D. Sala en Zonen, The Hague.
    with Douwes, Amsterdam, by 1927, where purchased by the grandparents of the consigners to the following sale;
    Christie's, Amsterdam, 1 November 2011, lot 85, as erroneously dated 1641, where acquired by the present owner.


    Literature

    G. Isarlov, "L’exposition Rembrandt à Amsterdam, 1932", in: L’amour de l’art, November 1932, pp. 297-305, fig. 8.
    K. Bauch, "Aus Caravaggios Umkreis", in: Mitteilungen des Kunsthistorischen Institutes in Florenz, Bd. 7, pp. 227-238, 235 note. 8.
    A. van Suchtelen, “Adriaen van Nieulandt, The Annunciation of the Shepherds, 1609", in: Dawn of the Golden Age. Northern Netherlandish Art 1580-1620, Zwolle, 1993, pp. 576ff., 578, as close to Jan Pynas.
    B. Noldus, J. Roding , Pieter Isaacsz (1568-1625). Court Painter, Art Dealer and Spy, Turnhout, 2007, p. 223, fig. 118.