Old Master Paintings, Drawings, and British Portraits

ALBERT-ÉMILE ARTIGUE (Buenos Aires 1850 – Paris 1927)

Fleurs de Printemps

signed A.E. Artigue in the lower right with the first two initials conjoined

oil on panel

39 x 51 inches          (99.5 x 130 cm.)

DAVID ADOLPHE CONSTANT ARTZ (The Hague 1837 – The Hague 1890)

At Grandmother’s

signed in the lower left Artz

oil on canvas

26 x 19 ⅝ inches          (66 x 50 cm.)

DAVID ADOLPHE CONSTANT ARTZ (The Hague 1837 – The Hague 1890)

The Firstborn

signed and dated Artz 1875 in the lower left

watercolor on paper

20 ¾ x 14 ⅜ inches          (90.5 x 61 cm.)

FOLLOWER OF OSIAS BEERT I (Circa 1605 – 1630) 

Almonds, Oysters, Sweets, Chestnuts, and Wine on a Wooden Table

bears signature D. D. Heem with the second and third initials conjoined in the lower left foreground

oil on panel

18 ⅛ x 25 ¾ inches          (46.1 x 68.5 cm.)

WILLEM VAN DEN BERG (The Hague 1886 – Leiden 1970)

An Andean Condor

signed WILLEM VAN DEN BERG. in the lower left center

oil on board

42 x 26 inches          (106.8 x 66.5 cm.) 

JAN VAN BIJLERT (Utrecht 1597/98 – Utrecht 1671)

Portrait of Johan van Ravenswaey

signed Jv bijlert fe with the first two initials conjoined, inscribed Æ:52., and dated 1631 in the upper right, and inscribed with the Van Ravenswaey coat-of-arms in the upper left

oil on canvas

29 ¾ x 24 ⅝ inches          (76.8 x 63 cm.)

ABRAHAM BISSCHOP (Dordrecht 1670 – Middelburg 1731)

A Peacock, Turkey, and Chicken with her Chicks beside a Classical Fountain in a Landscape

signed A. Bisschop f. in the lower right

oil on canvas

69 ¾ x 48 ½ inches          (177.5 x 123 cm.)

PIETER DE BLOOT (Rotterdam 1601/02 – Rotterdam 1658)

Peasants Drinking and Smoking in an Interior

signed on the stone well P. De Bloot

oil on an oval panel

13 ¼ x 14 ⅓ inches          (34 x 37 cm.)

QUIRINGH VAN BREKELENKAM (Zwammerdam [?] near Leiden circa 1623 – Leiden 1669 [?] or after)

A Housewife and Maid with a Fish

signed and dated Q. Breklenkam 1664 in the lower right

oil on panel

17  x 15  inches          (44.6 x 38.9 cm.)


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JAN BRUEGHEL THE YOUNGER (Antwerp 1601 – Antwerp 1678)

A Wooded Landscape with Horse-Drawn Carts, Riders, and Peasants on a Hillside Path

signed BRVEGHEL in the lower right center

oil on panel

11 x 13 ½ inches          (28 x 34.5 cm.)

THOMAS SIDNEY COOPER (Canterbury 1803 – Canterbury 1902)

 A View of Brussels

inscribed on the reverse T. S. Cooper Brussels

brown wash and pencil on beige paper

4 1/8 x 8 inches          (11 x 20.3 cm.)

ANTHONY CRUSSENS (Brussels, active 1652-1665)

A Gentleman with his Arm in a Sling

signed with monogram in the lower left AC. F

on an old handwritten label on the former backing of the frame: ‘Pen and ink drawing on parchment. Cromwell. Attributed to Dobson. Lord Roslyn Sale, Christies, May 1896. Given to H.C.L. Xmas 189? by T.R. and E.K.R. [1]

pen in brown ink on parchment

5 3/8 x 5 inches          (14.9 x 13.2 cm.)

ADRIEN LOUIS DEMONT (Douai 1851 – Wissant 1928)

The Hyacinth Fields in Bloom at the Van Houtte Nursery, Ghent with a view of Saint Nicholas’ Church, the Belfry and Saint Bavo Cathedral Beyond

signed, dated and inscribed in the lower left adrien Demont 1883/ Gand

oil on canvas

35 ¾ x 71 ½ inches          (90.9 x 181.6 cm.)


A Dutch Town View

signed twice Chr. Dommelshuizen and dated 1898 in the lower right, and signed, dated, and inscribed on the reverse Hollandsch Stadsgezicht (Groningen) Chr. Dommelshuizen 1898

oil on canvas

31 ¼ x 41 ½ inches          (79.4 x 105.4 cm.)

GERARD DONCK (before 1610 – after 1640, active in Amsterdam)

A Portrait of an Eleven-Year-Old Girl

inscribed and dated Aetatis Suae 11/ 1636 in the upper right

oil on panel

27 ⅝ x 18 ⅜ inches          (70.3 x 46.4 cm.)

HERMAN MEINDERTSZ. DONCKER (Hoorn 1595 – circa 1656)

A Young Boy with his Horse

signed and dated in the lower center H. Doncker 1646

oil on panel

54 ¾ x 42 inches      (139 x 106.7 cm.)


A Tulip Study

watercolor with body-color on white paper

9 ¾ x3 5/8 inches        (24.6 x 9.2 cm.)


A Warship Along with Other Shipping off the Coast of Vlissingen

indistinctly signed on a piece of driftwood in the lower right; inscribed with the warship’s name Amelie (?) across the stern, with an inventory no. 35 in the lower right; and inscribed on the reverse Gauno Nr 1104

oil on panel

27 ½ x 48 ¾ inches          (69.6 x 123.6 cm.)

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