24 - 25 May 2016
Gaspar Peeter Verbruggen II (Antwerp 1664-1730 Antwerp)
A tulip, jasmine, chrysanthemums, narcissi, ivy and various other flowers decorating a feigned stone cartouche; and Roses, morning glory, jasmine, narcissi, poppies, a tulip, ivy and various other flowers decorating a feigned stone cartouche
both signed(?) with monogram '.PVB.' (lower right)
oil on canvas
the first 33.5 x 41 cm.; and the second 33.4 x 41.3 cm.
Dr. Joseph Tong; his sale; Sotheby's, New York, 21 June 1972, lot 12.
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M. L. Hairs, Die beiden Verbruggen, Vienna, 1975, p. 70, nos. 65-6.
We are grateful to Fred Meijer of the RKD, The Hague, for confirming the attribution to Verbrugghen II upon inspection of the original paintings.
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