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Cornelis Kuipers (Dordrecht 1739-1802)
THE PROPERTY OF A LADY (LOT 190)
Cornelis Kuipers (Dordrecht 1739-1802)

Roses, peonies, cineria, tulips, a great mullein and other flowers in a sculpted vase, a pineapple, grapes, peaches and other fruit on a marble ledge, with a perch on a fishing rod, a caterpillar, a fly, a spider and ants

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Cornelis Kuipers (Dordrecht 1739-1802)
Roses, peonies, cineria, tulips, a great mullein and other flowers in a sculpted vase, a pineapple, grapes, peaches and other fruit on a marble ledge, with a perch on a fishing rod, a caterpillar, a fly, a spider and ants
with signature 'J. Van Os. fecit' (lower right, on the ledge)
oil on panel
26¾ x 20 1/8 in. (67.9 x 51.1 cm.)
Provenance
Cardinal Joseph Fesch, Rome.
Acquired from the Fesch Collection by Count Xavier Branicki, Paris, great-uncle of Countess Rey.
The Property of Countess Rey, Château de Montrésor; Sotheby's, London, 26 March 1969, lot 85 as 'JAN VAN OS' (£9,200 possibly to Partridges).
with The Hallsborough Gallery, London (his advertisement in The Connoisseur, May 1971, vol. 177, p. 3, no. 71, as 'J. van Os').
with Edward Speelman, London, circa 1971-2.
Exhibited
Minneapolis, The Minneapolis Institute of Arts, Dutch masterpieces from the eighteenth century: paintings and drawings 1700-1800, 7 October-14 November 1971; The Toledo Museum of Art, 3 December 1971-30 January 1972; The Philadelphia Museum of Art, 17 February-19 March 1972, no. 57, pl. 78, as 'Jan van Os'.

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We are grateful to Fred Meijer of the RKD, The Hague, for proposing the attribution on the basis of photographs.

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