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In the mood for turquoise
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Sans titre / Chien Signed and dated 1932 Watercolour on paper 29 by 20.5 cm. Provenance Private collection, Paris Acquired from the above by the present owner Sold with the certificate of authenticity issued and signed by Petrides and dated 5 December 1983, no. 17.281 Art Europe Auctions
Joost Cornelisz. Droochsloot
Cavaliers Pillaging a Village We are basically looking here at a recording of a part of our national history:local population, especially the farmers, suffered heavily during theEighty Years? War. Plundering of farms and of small villages in enemy territoryoccurred regularly and was fairly easy. Soldiers and mercenaries wereallowed to loot, but each day they were obliged to sell whatever they hadstolen to merchants who would be at the centre of their encampment.Both enemy sides, the Spanish and the Dutch, used numerous mercenaries:Flemish, Walloon, German, French, English, Irish, Scottish, Welsh, evenCroatian and Polish soldiers. A common element in all of Droochsloot?svillage scenes with soldiers who are plundering is the nationality of theenemies: they are all Spanish, identified by the red colour of their scarfs. Signed with monogram centre right: J.DR SL Oil on panel31.7 by 40.8 cm. ? Art Europe Auctions
School of Bruges, circa 1540
A Portrait of a Gentleman, Bust Length, Wearing a Black Beret and Coat with White Shirt, Against a Green Background Oil on panel48.1 by 35.5 cm. Until 1957 this interesting portrait was always considered to be by the Bruges painter Ambrosius Benson (1490?1550). Atthe end of 1956 it was also sold as such in Brussels, accompagnied by a certificate of Prof. Dr. M.J. Friedl?nder. However, in1957 in his monograph on Ambrosius Benson (see Literature below) Georges Marlier refuted this attribution, cataloguing ittogether with a group of 23 other paintings as having been painted by one or several unidentified painters active in Bruges,and positioned stylistically in between Ambrosius Benson and Adriaen Isenbrandt. According to Marlier the present portraitlacks a certain stiffness, which is typical of Benson, especially in the figure?s hand. Provenance:Collection Brugnain?Milday, London, 1892;Collection Fontaine Flament, Paris, 1903;Sale, Paris, Galerie Charpentier, 28 March 1955, lot 36 (as attributed to Benson);Sale, Brussels, Galerie Trussart, 19 November 1956, lot 41 (as Ambrosius Benson; with certificates of Prof. Dr. Max JacobFriedl?nder and of Mr. Robert Lebel);Charles Spaens, Brussels, by 1957. Literature:G. Marlier, Ambrosius Benson et la peinture ? Bruges au temps de Charles?Quint, Damme 1957, pp. 327?328, no. 197(as part of a group of 23 other paintings having been painted by one or several unidentified painters active in Bruges,standing stylistically in between Ambrosius Benson and Adriaen Isenbrandt). Art Europe Auctions
Willem Koekkoek (Dutch 1839-1895)
A View of the Koepelkerk in Amsterdam Signed lower rightOil on canvas55 by 71 cm. Provenance:Sale, London, Christie?s, 26 March 1999, lot 26;Sale, Munich, Hampel Fine Art Auctions, 27 March 2009, lot 425 ? Art Europe Auctions
A PAIR OF LARGE ITALIAN BRASS WALL APPLIQUES 17th century Each with cylindrical nozzle and a turned drip pan on S-scrolled arm mounted on a later circular domed back plate. 46 cm. wide  Art Europe Auctions
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