21 April 2004
Jozef Israels (Dutch, 1824-1911)
De Schipbreukeling: shipwrecked
signed 'Jozef Israels' (lower right)
oil on paper laid down on canvas
35.5 x 47 cm.
H.J.H. Baron van Boetzelaar van Oosterhout, Amersfoort, 1885.
Kunsthandel E.J. van Wisselingh, Amsterdam, inv.no. 1123X.
Jhr Jacobus Rudolphus Hendrik Neervoort van de Poll; Sale, Frederik Muller & Cie., Amsterdam, 29 November 1921, lot 8 (nlg. 1.100).
Anon. Sale, Vendu Notarishuis, Rotterdam, 16 November 1972, lot 169.
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Dieuwertje Dekkers, Jozef Israëls 1824-1911, Zwolle 2000, cat.no. 15, pp. 150-152.
Amsterdam, Amsterdam Panorama, Schilderijen, teekeningen, schetsen en etsen vervaardigd door Jozef Israëls, 1885, cat.no. 9.
The present lot is a smaller version of the painting 'The drowned fisherman' from 1861 in the collection of the National Gallery, London.
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Please note too that the medium should read oil on paper laid down on canvas instead of oil on canvas as stated in the printed catalogue.
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