CORNELIS VAN SPAENDONCK (DUTCH, 1756-1840)
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CORNELIS VAN SPAENDONCK (DUTCH, 1756-1840)

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CORNELIS VAN SPAENDONCK (DUTCH, 1756-1840)
A floral still-life with flowers in a basket: roses, parrot tulip, delphinium, tobacco flowers, poppies, a bird's nest with eggs, a classical urn with a bird perched on the rim pecking berries from a branch, on a stone ledge
signed 'Cornelius / Van Spaendonck' (lower right)
fixé-sous-verre
2.11/16 in. (69 mm.) diam., gilt-metal mount set into the cover of a gold-mounted ivory bonbonnière, circular fitted green leather case, the cover stamped in gilt,'CORNEILLE VAN SPAENDOCK / FLEURS' and tooled gilt border, made at the behest of Félix Panhard by L. Houde at 82 rue Bonaparte, Paris.
Provenance
Eugène Tondu Collection, Paris; Paris, 24-26 April 1865, lot 894.
Leblond Collection; 21 November 1868, lot 219bis.
The celebrated collection of Mr Vincent, Paris, sold en bloc by his only son Prosper Vincent to Félix Panhard, on 2 April 1883, for 210,000 Gold Francs.
Félix Panhard (1842-1891) Collection, Paris.
His nephew Hippolyte Panhard.
Thence by family descent until sale of the Panhard Collection, part I, Palais Galliéra, Paris, 5 December 1975, lot 145 (27,000 FF).
With D. S. Lavender (Antiques) Ltd., in 1999.
Literature
M. van Boven and S. Segal, Gerard & Cornelis van Spaendonck: twee Brabantse bloemenschilders in Parijs, Maarssen, 1988 (2nd ed.), p. 214, no. 278.
N. Lemoine-Bouchard, Les Peintres en miniature actifs en France 1650-1850, Paris, 2008, p. 515.
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Prospective purchasers are advised that several countries prohibit the importation of property containing materials from endangered species, including but not limited to coral, ivory and tortoiseshell. Accordingly, prospective purchasers should familiarize themselves with relevant customs regulations prior to bidding if they intend to import this lot into another country.

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