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Pseudo Jan van Kessel II (active second half 17th century)
Pseudo Jan van Kessel II (active second half 17th century)

Grapes, apples, peaches in a blue and white porcelain bowl, with strawberries in a broken porcelain bowl on a stone ledge, with a monkey; and Grapes and peaches in a basket on a raised stone ledge, with a melon, figs and a turtle

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Pseudo Jan van Kessel II (active second half 17th century)
Grapes, apples, peaches in a blue and white porcelain bowl, with strawberries in a broken porcelain bowl on a stone ledge, with a monkey; and Grapes and peaches in a basket on a raised stone ledge, with a melon, figs and a turtle
oil on copper
6 5/8 x 8 5/8 in. (16.8 x 21.8 cm.)
(2)a pair

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Lot Essay

This pair of still lifes can be added to a group of pictures, mostly on copper and some on walnut panels, made in the style of Jan van Kessel II. Fred Meijer, of the RKD, The Hague, to whom we are grateful, has proposed this group be attributed to the 'Pseudo Jan van Kessel II', an artist who was most likely working in southern Europe, probably Italy, during the 17th century.

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