26 January 2001
PROPERTY FROM THE DI PORTANOVA COLLECTION
WILLEM VAN NIEULANDT II (Antwerp 1584-1635 Amsterdam)
The Triumph of War; and The Triumph of Peace
the first signed and dated 'GUIL.NIEULANT.1627' (lower right), the second signed 'GUIL.NIEULANT' (lower center)
oil on panel
21¼ x 29¼ in. (54 x 74.3 cm.)
the reverse of each panel is stamped with the mark of the panelmaker Guilliam Gabron.
a pair (2)
with Didier Aaron, Paris, from whom acquired by the Baron and Baroness Enrico di Portanova in 1980.
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