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Franck Anelli Fine Art

Joost Cornelisz. Droochsloot (Utrecht, 1586-1666) Village scene, 1643 Oil on panel 71.8 x 106.5 cm 93 x 129 cm - framed Provenance: With Hans Trojanski, Dusseldorf, 1957; Private collection of Baroness Viktoria Dagmar von Rochow (1931–2022); By descent, private collection, Switzerland This painting is registered at the RKD, The Hague as by the hand of Joost Cornelisz. Droochsloot.


Kunsthaus Kende

Ryuhei Sako (Japan, Okayama Prefecture 1976) Mokume-gane Mizusashi, 2021 Silver, copper, shakudo, shibuichi, kuromido H 16.5 cm x Ø 18.5 cm Provenance: the artist's property Works by Ryuhei Sako form part of the inventory of the Victoria & Albert Museum, London, as well as of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York


Galerie Theunissen & de Ghellinck

Pierre-Philippe Thomire (Paris, 1751-1843) (Attributed to) Pair of chased and gilt bronze ewers Parisian work, circa 1815-1820 Inspired by a model of the goldsmith Nicolas Delaunay H 32 cm


Stern Pissarro Gallery

yayoi kusama

Yayoi Kusama (Matsumoto, 1929) Fire (3), 1952 Gouache and pastel on paper 27.7 x 20.3 cm Signed, titled and dated 1952 on the reverse This work is accompanied by a registration card issued by Kusama Enterprise, Tokyo Provenance: Christiaan Paul Damsté, Amsterdam, gifted from the artist; private collection, London; Anthony Meier Fine Arts, San Francisco; private collection, Canada; private collection, Japan


Dalton Somaré

Guardian Head Tsogho, Gabon Wood, metal H 23 cm Provenance: Georges Vidal collection, Paris; Alain Bovis, Paris; private collection, Paris Literature: Tsogho. Les icônes du Bwiti, Paris, 2016, n° 178, p. 212; Art primitif, Loudmer-Poulain, Paris, 21 juin 1976, lot 182; Statuaire de l'Afrique Noire, ABC Collection, 1979, p. 16


Galerie Florence de Voldère

pieter brueghel ii

Pieter Brueghel the Younger (Brussels 1564-1636 Antwerp) Wedding presents Oil on panel 43 x 58.2 cm


Studio 2000 Art Gallery

theo van rysselberghe

Theo van Rysselberghe (Ghent 1862-1926 Saint-Clair, Var) Portrait of Mrs. H. Aubry, 1907 Oil on canvas 81 x 65 cm Signed and dated middle left with monogram 'April 07' Provenance: private collection, The Netherlands; Sotheby's, Amsterdam, 13 December 1999; Campo & Campo, Antwerpen, 18 October 1998; Me Cousin, Les Andelys, France, 9 December 1990 Literature: Ronald Feltkamp, Théo van Rysselberghe Catalogue raisonné, Editions Racine, Brussels, 2003, p. 367, n° 032 (ill.); G. Van Zype, Notice Théo van Rysselberghe, in: Annuaire de l'Académie Royale de Belgique, Bruxelles, 1932 Exhibitions: Théo van Rysselberghe, Bernheim-Jeune, Paris, 27 April-9 May 1908


Galerie Patrice Trigano

geneviève claisse

Geneviève Claisse (Quiévy 1935-2018 Dreux) Grande Covalence Ternaire, 1997 Oil on canvas 195 x 114 cm


Dei Bardi Art

Embriachi workshop marquetry casket Northern Italy, 15th century Alla certosina inlays (bone, stained bone, horn, pewter and wood) H 28.2 x W 18 x D 14 cm


Gilden's Art Gallery

Marc Chagall (Vitebsk 1887-1985 Saint-Paul de Vence) Study for Commedia dell’arte (Foyer of Frankfurt Opera House), 1958 Brush and India ink with charcoal and pencil on wove paper 36.5 x 56.5 cm Signed lower right: Marc Chagall The work is accompanied by a certificate of authenticity from the Chagall Committee from 27 February 2023 The composition is a study for the largest painting undertaken for a project in the foyer of Frankfurt Opera House, Germany Provenance: estate Marc Chagall


Francis Maere Fine Arts

paul delvaux

Paul Delvaux (Antheit 1879-1994 Veurne) Femmes devant la mer, 1928 Oil on canvas 80 x 100 cm Signed and dated upper right: P. DELVAUX 28 Provenance: Jean Giron, Brussels; private collection, Belgium Literature: A. Eggermont, Les arts plastiques in Le Thyrse, Brussels, March 1931, p. 104; M. Butor, J. Clair, S. Houbart-Wilkin, Paul Delvaux-catalogue de l'oeuvre peint, Cosmos Monographies, Brussels, 1975, cat. n° 35, p. 156 Exhibitions: 1928 Brussels Galerie Manteau, Paul Delvaux et Robert Giron, 1931 Brussels Palais des Beaux-Arts, Paul Delvaux, 1969 Paris, Musée des Arts décoratifs; 1974, Sint Martens Latem, Georges Buysse Gallery, Delvaux, Spilliaert, Pérot; 1985 Paris, Centre Culturel Wallonie-Bruxelles, Hommage à Paul Delvaux © Foundation Paul Delvaux, Belgium/SABAM, 2023-2024


Galerie La Forest Divonne

françois cante-pacos

François Cante-Pacos (Paris, 1946) Bench, 2017 Black lacquered resin H 45 x W 185 x D 51 cm Provenance: the artist's studio


Heutink Ikonen

Deesis and Apostle row (four panels) Asia Minor, possibly Smyrna (now Izmir), 17th century Egg tempera with gold leaf on a wooden panel surfaced with gesso and linen 28 x 59 cm, 27.5 x 92 cm, 27 x 102 cm, 27.5 x 67.5 cm A very rare and monumental Deësis ('intercession'), originally a Byzantine composition, in which Christ is depicted centrally as a judge while a number of selected saints are facing him in supplication. In this case, Christ is flanked by the Mother of God and John the Forerunner (the Baptist), with the Apostles at some distance from them. Remarkably, the apostles are not all positioned adjacent to each other, but are interspersed with ornamentation. The panels formed a part of the templon of a modest iconostasis of a church in the region of Asia Minor, possibly from the vicinity of Smyrna (present-day Izmir), where they were displayed directly above the royal doors.


Galerie Sophie Scheidecker

Justine Tjallinks (Netherlands, 1984) Vision, Jeweled series, 2016 Archival Pigment print 55 x 43 cm Ed. /7 + 2AP Signed, dated, titled and numbered on reverse


Artimo Fine Arts

enrico astorri

Enrico Astorri (Italy, 1859-1921) Saltimbanca, circa 1900 White Carrara marble H 122.5 cm (sculpture), total height with original column in Serpentine marble: 212 cm Signed Astorri E. co./Milano This exquisite marble sculpture showcases a young saltimbanca, or female street acrobat, and her monkey, poised atop an intricately wrought drum as they await their next performance. Her countenance radiates a playful innocence and every strand of her hair, carved with striking realism, cascades in a canopy of luxurious curls to frame her face. The girl's relaxed posture on the drum stands as a testament to the artist's mastery of the sculptors art and his attention to nuance in the playful inclusion of a cheeky monkey to accentuate the child's youthfulness and inherent sense of humour. The artist’s unparalleled artistry and expertise is evident in the drum's surface which boasts remarkable attention to detail. From the finely carved cords and the meticulously crafted escutcheons to the texture of the drumhead, particularly the stitching on an old tear, the precision of his work is exquisite. The texture of the girl's clothing and the intricate details of her physique are accentuated by a delicate play of light and shadow, bearing witness to the artist's deep anatomical understanding. The elegantly outstretched leg, lightly suspended in the drum strap, endows the figure with a dynamic, flowing quality which contrasts harmoniously with the tranquillity of her facial expression. The artist leads his audience on a contemplative journey of discovery full of the delight of uncovering subtle details such as the four classic card symbols. Astorri adds his characteristic touch of realism to this majestic piece through the skilfully crafted base. Representing a humble wooden crate resting on a finely sculpted yet rustic net, Astorri adds yet another layer of depth to this masterpiece. ASTORRI or ASTONI, ENRICO was an esteemed Italian sculptor. Born in San Lazzaro Alberoni on 10 March 1859, he passed away in Milan on 15 October 1921. Having initially studied in Parma before moving to Genoa, he ultimately honed his craft in Milan, where he took up residence at an impressively young age. His notable works include the monument to 'Vittorio Emanuele II' in Parma (1879), exhibitions in Turin (1884) featuring the marble statues 'La sérénade' and 'Attraction', and other significant contributions in Milan, Venice, and Bologna throughout the 1880s. His engagements extended to London exhibitions, and his prolificacy was evident in the latter part of the century, with extensive travels and commendations in Uruguay, Argentina, Russia, and beyond. His oeuvre can be found in public collections in Piacenza and Trieste.


Finch & Co

Head of Atlas Grey schist India, Gandhara, 3rd-4th centuries AD H 19 x W 11 x D 12.5 cm Provenance: Simon Ray Indian and Islamic Works of Art, London, 2007; private collection


Galerie Kevorkian


Two zoomorphic finials Finial with rampant ibexes and finial with confronted ibexes and pin with a double-headed feline framed by antelope protomes Bronze Luristan, Iron Age II, early 1st millennium BC H 14 and H 21 cm Provenance: former collection of M. & R. Stora, Paris, before 1938; collection of Dr. C. assembled between 1960 and 1993, Paris Literature: A.U. Pope, A survey of Persian Art, vol. VII, 1938, pl. 44 C


Galerie Kevorkian

mughal art / art moghol

Portrait of nawab 'Ali Mardan Khan Mughal art Opaque watercolour and gold on paper, gold speckled margins Illuminated panel written in nasta'liq script: 'tasvir-e nawab 'Ali Mardan Khan' Mughal India, 18th century Folio: 32 x 22.8 cm, painting: 21 x 12.4 cm Provenance: probably collection of Sir Elijah Impey, chief justice of Bengal from 1774 to 1789; former collection of Jean Pozzi (1884-1967), French diplomat and collector; French private collection (1975-2000) Exhibition: Indian and Oriental Miniatures, Palais Galliera, Paris, 5 December 1970, n° 24


Galerie Oscar De Vos

gust. de smet

Gustave De Smet (Ghent 1877-1944 Deurle) Landscape with church, 1930 Oil on canvas 66 x 81 cm Signed lower left: Gust. De Smet Provenance: Galerie Le Centaure, 1932, lot 76, bought by Théo Bogaerts for Mr. Nijkerk; collection M.B.B. Nijkerk, Amsterdam; collection Dr. K. Nijkerk, Amsterdam; private collection, Brussels Literature: Haesaerts, Gustave De Smet (1936), n° 115; Langui, Gustaaf De Smet. De mensch en zijn werk (1945), p. 239, n° 432; Van Hecke & Langui, Gustave De Smet. Sa vie et son oeuvre (1945), p. 249, n° 428; Vanbeselaere, Gustave De Smet. Retrospectieve tentoonstelling, cat. (1961), p. 75, n° 147; Kikkert, Gustave De Smet 1877-1943, cat. (1978), n° 32; Milo, Vie et survie du Centaure (1980), p. 105, n° 76; Boyens, Retrospectieve Gust. De Smet (1989), p. 166, n° 120 (ill.); Boyens, Gust. De Smet (1989), p. 229, p. 399, n° 846 (ill.); Denninger-Schreuder, Vlaamse expressionisten (1993), p. 31 (ill.); Boyens e.a. , De maat der dingen (2003), p. 30 (ill.) Exhibitions: 1936, Brussels, Palais des Beaux-Arts, Gustave De Smet, n° 115; 1961, Antwerp, KMSKA, Gust. De Smet Retrospectieve, n° 147; 1973, Sint-Martens-Latem, Gemeentehuis, Latemse kunstenaars in Nederlandse verzamelingen, n° 13; 1978, Warmenhuizen, Oude Ursulakerk, Gustave De Smet, n° 32; 1989, Ostend, PMMK, Retrospectieve Gust. De Smet, n° 120; 1993, Kortenhoef, Kunst aan de dijk, Vlaamse expressionisten, 31; 2003, Deinze, MuDeL, De maat der dingen, n° 39


Galerie Nicolas Bourriaud

auguste rodin

Auguste Rodin (Paris 1840-1917 Meudon) L'homme au nez cassé, masque - type II 2e modèle (1903) Bronze with black-green patina H 25.5 x W 20 x D 21.5 cm Total height with onyx pedestal: 37.5 cm Signed: A. Rodin and marked: A. Rodin in relief on the inside Cast by Alexis Rudier, bears the founder's signature, circa 1926


Pauline's Jewellery Box

Edwardian fancy yellow cushion cut diamond ring Ring set with a fancy yellow cushion cut diamond weighing 7.80 carats. Clarity is VS2. Surrounded by bright and lively white diamonds and mounted in platinum. Accompanied by a GIA certificate Provenance: private collection, London


Studio 2000 Art Gallery

theo van rysselberghe

Theo van Rysselberghe (Belgium, Ghent 1862-1926 Saint-Clair, France) Le ruban écarlate, 1906 Red chalk on paper 110 x 88 cm Signed with monogram and dated: Fev. 06 Provenance: private collection, Belgium; auction Christie’s, Amsterdam, 22 May 1991, lot 526; G. Gieseler (?), 1973; Galerie Druet, Paris Literature: A. Dreyfuss, Die Kunst fur Alle, 29, 1914, pp. 508-538; P. Fierens, TVR, Brussels, 1937; R. Feltkamp, Théo Van Rysselberghe. Catalogue raisonné, n° 1906-011 (ill.); R. Feltkamp, Théo Van Rysselberghe: Schilder van de zon, n° 59 (ill.). Exhibitions: Rotterdam, Rotterdamse Kunstkring, TVR (cat. n° 70) 23 October-21 November 1909; Groningen, Galerie Hofteenge, Picture TVR (cat. n° 56), 16 January–2 February 1910; Laren, Singermuseum, Théo van Rysselberghe. Schilder van de zon, 17 May–4 September 2022


Franck Anelli Fine Art

jacob van hulsdonck

Jacob Van Hulsdonck (Antwerp, 1582-1647) Still life with peaches and grapes Oil on panel 64 x 50 cm Provenance: collection Grasset Exhibitions: Brueghel to Canaletto, European Masterpieces from the Grasset Collection at the San Diego Museum of Art, San Diego. 2 April-2 August 2016; A Feast for the Eyes: European Masterpieces from the Grasset Collection at the Museum of Fine Arts, St Petersburg, Florida, 23 March-2 September 2019


Guy Pieters Gallery

alexander calder

Alexander Calder (Lawnton 1898-1976 New York) Untitled, 1972 Gouache and ink on paper 75 x 110 cm The authenticity of this work has been confirmed by the Calder Foundation in New York with reference number A12924 in their archives


Klaas Muller

daniël seghers and cornelis schut

Daniël Seghers (Antwerp, 1590-1661) and Cornelis Schut (Antwerp, 1597-1655) Portrait of the Virgin and Child, supported by Cherubs with a Flower Garland Oil on canvas 127 x 104 cm Provenance: collection of Willem de Blasere, Lord of Hellebus, Ghent, circa 1635, and recorded in Seghers’ inventory as n° 135; Galerie Marcus, Paris, 1970-1974; private collection, Belgium Literature: Diary of Daniel Seghers in W. Couvreur, ‘Daniel Seghers’ inventaris van door hem geschilderde bloemstukken’, in Gentse bijdragen tot de kunstgeschiedenis, vol. XX, 1967, p. 112, n° 135; M.-L. Hairs, Pour un tricentenaire, D. Seghers, in revue Belge d’archéologie et d’histoire de l’art, Liège 1960; M.-L. Hairs, Dans le sillage de Rubens, les peintres d’histoire anversois au XVIIe siècle, Liège 1977, p. 213; M.-L. Hairs, The Flemish Flower Painters in the XVIIth Century, Brussels 1985, pp. 125–29, cat. n° 33, a detail reproduced p. 130; G. Wilmers, Corneli Schut (1597–1655): a Flemish Painter of the High Baroque, Belgium 1996, pp. 172–73, cat. n° A108, repr. p. 413 (erroneously as cat. n° A110); The golden age of Flemish painting. Taichung (Taiwan), 1988, p. 151 (repr. in colour) Exhibitions: Cologne, Wallraf-Richartz-Museum, 4 September–22 November 1992; Antwerp, Koninklijk Museum voor Schone Kunsten, 12 December 1992–8 March 1993; Vienna, Kunsthistorisches Museum, 2 April– 20 June 1993, Von Bruegel bis Rubens, n° 99.1; Taichung, National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts, The Golden Age of Flemish Painting, 1988, n° 54 This collaboration between two important Flemish painters (Seghers painted the flowers, Schut was responsible for the putti and the cartouche) resulted in a beautiful painting with an exceptional story. Hairs related this work to work 'n° 119' from Daniel Seghers' inventory. This work was described in the diary of Philippe Chifflet (from the entourage of Cardinal Infante Ferdinand of Spain). Chifflet noted that Ferdinand visited Seghers in his studio where this work was presented to him (See: G. Wilmers, Corneli Schut (1597-1655): a Flemish Painter of the High Baroque, Belgium 1996, pp. 172-73). This is a great collaboration between two specialists in their genre: Schut's free 'Rubenesque' figuration is broken by Segher's hyperrealism and bright use of colour. Although the two painters retain their individuality and their own style, they reinforced each other in this work and built a composition together. (Schut and Seghers worked together several times during this period, resulting in several cartouches with putti).


rodolphe janssen

jason saager

Jason Saager (USA, AZ, Mesa 1982) Cloudy Afternoon, 2023 Monotype and oil on paper mounted over canvas on panel H 70 x W 50 x D 4.5 cm Courtesy of the artist and rodolphe janssen, Brussels


Galerie Christophe Gaillard

philippe vandenberg

Philippe Vandenberg (Ghent 1952-2009 Brussels) Untitled, circa 2007 Oil and pastel on canvas 56 x 91 cm Provenance: estate Philippe Vandenberg; Galerie Christophe Gaillard


Galerie Marc Maison

Augustine Ricard (Neuilly-sur-Seine, 1860-1922) After the Hunt Oil on canvas, wooden frame H 351 cm x W 495 cm Signed Salon of 1885


Epoque Fine Jewels


Cartier Garland style diamond feather brooch In the shape of an ostrich feather with a bow, set with approx. 23 carats of diamonds, mounted in platinum with 'mille grains' finish. Several joints along the frame give flexibility to the feather. With detachable brooch fitting. Paris, 1914 11.7 x 6.8 cm Signed CARTIER PARIS LONDRES NEW YORK with maker's mark of Henri Lavabre According to the Cartier archives, this brooch was a special order, designed in the 'Style Guirlande' at the request of the buyer, even though Art Deco had already made its appearance at Cartier by that time


Galerie Bertrand de Lavergne

Chinese Blanc de Chine porcelain group Representation of a gallant scene of Dutch characters holding glasses in their hands, seated on each side of a table on which a checkerboard is placed; their servants on both sides and in front of them, a dog, a monkey and a plant China, Dehua kilns (Fujian province), Kangxi period (1662-1722) H 14.5 x W 15.5 x D 8 cm