26 October 2016,
Price realised USD 35,000
USD 30,000 - USD 50,000
Johan Christiaan Roedig (The Hague 1751-1802), after Paul Theodor van Brussel
Tulips, poppies, carnations and other flowers in a vase with a bird's nest on a marble ledge; and Grapes, corn on the cob, peaches, plums, raspberries and mixed flowers on a marble ledge
the first with signature and date 'P: T: van Brussel. / fecit 1787' (lower right, on the ledge); the second with signature and date 'P: T: van Brussel fecit 1787.' (lower center)
oil on panel
22 ½ x 17 ¼ in. (57.1 x 43.8 cm.) each
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We are grateful to Fred Meijer of the RKD, The Hague, for suggesting the attribution to Johan Christiaan Roedig on the basis of firsthand inspection. Roedig enjoyed a successful career reproducing the compositions of contemporary still-life painters, such as Paul Theodor van Brussel, who created the prototypes for the present works, now in the Art Institute of Chicago.
Dr. Remmet van Luttervelt, The Netherlands.
Anonymous sale; Christie's, Amsterdam, 6 May 2008, lot 173, as Studio of Paul Theodor van Brüssel (€50,650), where acquired by the present owner.
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