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Galeries
Galeries Galeries AB & BA Franck Anelli Fine Art Ars Antiqua d'Arschot & Cie Art et Patrimoine - Laurence Lenne Artimo Fine Arts Galerie Ary Jan Bailly Gallery Helene Bailly Baronian Barbara Bassi F. Baulme Fine Arts Galerie de la Béraudière Galerie Berès Bernier/Eliades Gallery Dr. Lennart Booij Fine Art & Rare Items Boon Gallery Bernard Bouisset Galerie Boulakia Galerie Nicolas Bourriaud Brame & Lorenceau Galerie Van den Bruinhorst Cabinet of Curiosities-Honourable Silver Objects Giammarco Cappuzzo Fine Art Galerie Jean-François Cazeau Galerie Cento Anni Chambre professionnelle belge de la Librairie Ancienne et Moderne (CLAM) Claes Gallery Collectors Gallery Nicolás Cortés Gallery Cortesi Gallery Costermans & Pelgrims de Bigard Dalton Somaré De Brock De Jonckheere Galerie Bernard De Leye Galerie Oscar De Vos De Wit Fine Tapestries De Zutter Art Gallery Dei Bardi Art Thomas Deprez Fine Arts Gallery Desmet DIE GALERIE Douwes Fine Art b.v. Epoque Fine Jewels Finch & Co Galerie Flak A&R Fleury Galerie La Forest Divonne Galerie Christophe Gaillard Galerie des Modernes Ralph Gierhards Antiques / Fine Art Gilden's Art Gallery Gokelaere & Robinson Galerie Hadjer Marc Heiremans Heutink Ikonen Galerie Hioco Huberty & Breyne Galerie Hurtebize Galerie Jamar rodolphe janssen Francis Janssens van der Maelen Galerie Kaléidoscope Kunsthaus Kende Galerie Kevorkian Harold t’Kint de Roodenbeke Florian Kolhammer Alexis Lartigue Fine Art Galerie Bertrand de Lavergne Lemaire Francis Maere Fine Arts Galerie Marc Maison MARUANI MERCIER Galerie Mathivet Mearini Fine Art Meessen Montagut Gallery Galerie Montanari Jan Muller Antiques Klaas Muller Gioielleria Nardi New Hope Gallery Nosbaum Reding Dr. Nöth kunsthandel + galerie Opera Gallery Osborne Samuel Gallery Galeria Jordi Pascual Galerie La Patinoire Royale Bach Pauline's Jewellery Box Galerie Alexis Pentcheff Guy Pieters Gallery Gallery de Potter d’Indoye Galerie de la Présidence QG Gallery Maison Rapin Stéphane Renard Fine Art Repetto Gallery Röbbig München robertaebasta Romigioli Antichità Rueb Modern and Contemporary Art Richard Saltoun Gallery Galerie Sophie Scheidecker Serge Schoffel - Art Premier Secher Fine Art & Design Segoura Fine Art Herwig Simons Fine Arts Stern Pissarro Gallery Studio 2000 Art Gallery Galerie Taménaga Galerie Theunissen & de Ghellinck Tobogan Antiques Galerie Patrice Trigano Univers du Bronze Gallery Sofie Van de Velde Van Herck-Eykelberg Galerie Raf Van Severen Samuel Vanhoegaerden Gallery Maurice Verbaet Gallery Galerie von Vertes Axel Vervoordt Galerie Dina Vierny VKD Jewels Galerie Florence de Voldère N. Vrouyr Floris van Wanroij Fine Art Victor Werner Whitford Fine Art Willow Gallery Zebregs&Röell Fine Art and Antiques Zidoun-Bossuyt Gallery
 

Ars Antiqua

adriaen van utrecht

Adriaen Van Utrecht (Antwerp, 1599-1653) Farmyard, 1647 Oil on canvas 115 x 161 cm Signed and dated in the center: Adriaen Van Utrecht/fec an 1647 Provenance: Angerstein collection (according to a letter from Carlo Sestieri); Carlo Sestieri, Rome, 1961

 

Galerie Oscar De Vos

gustave van de woestyne

Gustave Van de Woestyne (Ghent 1881-1947 Brussels) Christ in the spring garden, 1907 Oil on board 58 x 40 cm Signed and dated top right: GUSTAVE / VAN DE WOESTYNE 1907 Provenance: René Van Herrewege, Ghent; André Vyncke-Van Eyck, Ghent; Galerie Vanlangenhove, Ghent; Galerie Oscar De Vos, Sint-Martens-Latem; private collection, Belgium Literature: Borchert e.a., Van Eyck. Een optische revolutie (2020), pp. 456-457, p. 497, cat. n° 19.9 (ill.); Boyens, Sint-Martens-Latem. Kunstenaarsdorp in Vlaanderen (1992), pp. 265-266; Boyens, Een zeldzame Weelde (2001), pp. 24-25, p. 69, p. 211, cat. n° 77 (ill.); Boyens, Symbolisme in Vlaanderen (2022), p. 70, n° 60 (ill.); De Geest e.a., Gustave Van de Woestyne 1881-1947 (1997), p. 107, cat. n° 7 (ill.); Gepts, Gustave Van de Woestyne 1881-1947 (1981), p. 76, cat. n° 6 (ill.); Haesaerts, L'Ecole de Laethem-Saint-Martin (1945), p. 162; Hoozee e.a., Gustave Van de Woestyne (2010), pp. 62-63, cat. n° 8 (ill.); Langui, Gustave Van de Woestyne (1967), cat. n° 10; Pauwels e.a., De eerste groep van Sint-Martens-Latem 1899-1914 (1988), p. 101, p. 176, cat. n° 52 (ill.); Pauwels, Als een fonkelenden spiegel (2019), 178 (ill.); Schoonbaert, Religieuze thematiek in de Belgische Kunst 1875-1985 (1986), p. 147, cat. n° 47 (ill); Stubbe, De Vlaamse schilderkunst van Van Eyck tot Permeke (1953), pp. 364-365; Van de Woestyne e.a., Gustave Van de Woestyne 1881-1947 (1970), p. 24, cat. n° 13; Van de Woestyne, Gustave Van de Woestyne (1929), p. 3, cat. n° 7; Van den Abeele, Albijn Van den Abeele (1993), p. 187 (ill.); Vanbeselaere, Vlaamse schilderkunst 1850-1950 (1960), p. 39, cat. n° 112 Exhibitions: 1929, Brussels, Palais des Beaux-Arts, Gustave Van de Woestyne, n° 7; 1953, Ghent, Museum voor Schone Kunsten, Schilderijen uit Gentse Verzamelingen; 1960, Laren, Singer Museum, Vlaamse schilderkunst 1850-1950, n° 112; 1967, Mechelen, Cultureel Centrum, Gustave Van de Woestyne, n° 10; 1981, Antwerp, KMSKA, Gustave Van de Woestyne 1881-1947, n° 6; 1986, Brussels, Galerij ASLK, Religieuze thematiek in de Belgische kunst (1875-1985), n° 47; 1988, Brussels, KMSKAB, De eerste groep van Sint-Martens-Latem, n° 52; 1997, Deinze, MuDeL, Gustave Van de Woestyne 1881-1947, n° 7; 2001, Ghent, Museum voor Schone Kunsten, Een zeldzame weelde n° 77; 2010, Ghent, Museum voor Schone Kunsten, Gustave Van de Woestyne, n° 8; 2012, Deinze, MuDeL, Ecce Homo: de Heilige Bloedprocessie van Meigem; 2020, Ghent, Museum voor Schone Kunsten, Van Eyck. Een optische revolutie, n° 19.9

 

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

 

Galerie Berès

Georges Mathieu (Boulogne-sur-Mer 1921-2012 Boulogne-Billancourt)  Vaillance d’un Gantois à la bataille de Gaure, 1957 Oil on paper 25 x 50 cm Signed and dated lower right: Mathieu 57 Certificate dated May 30th 2022, by Marc Ottavi, vice-president of the Archives Jean-Marie Cusinberche on Georges Mathieu; this work is referenced in the Maurice d’Arquian Archives under n° 12 Provenance: galerie Helios Art, Brussels; collection Nyst, and thence by descent; Clavé Fine Art, Paris Literature: G. Mathieu, Cycle des Grands Ducs d'Occident, galerie Helios Art, Brussels, 8-30 November 1957, n° 12 Exhibition: G. Mathieu, Cycle des Grands Ducs d'Occident, galerie Helios Art, Brussels, 8-30 November 1957

 

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

 

Richard Saltoun Gallery

Magdalena Abakanowicz (Poland, Falenty 1930-2017 Warsaw) Relief sombre de Stefa (Dark relief of Stefa), 1975 Sisal, wool, wlosie 105 x 130 cm Label on the back: 'MAGDALENA | ABAKANOWICZ | "RELIEF SOMBRE | DE STEFA" | 105 x 130 1975 | M. Abakanowicz'

 

Guy Pieters Gallery

paul delvaux

Paul Delvaux (Antheit 1897-1994 Veurne) Femme et Squelette, 1949 Aquarel and ink on paper 56 cm x 74cm

 

Galerie Hurtebize

hans hartung

Hans Hartung (Leipzig 1904-1989 Antibes) T1988-K10, 1988 Acrylic on canvas 114 x 146 cm Signed and dated onto the back Certificated by the Hartung-Bergman Foundation Provenance: private collection, Italy

 

Herwig Simons Fine Arts

Pair of candlesticks Italy, 16th century Bronze H 115 cm Engraved 'O P A', the emblem of the Opera which can be translated as 'The Cathedral Works', founded by the Republic of Florence in 1296 Provenance: private collection, Belgium

 

Galerie Florence de Voldère

Cornelis Van Cleve (et Atelier) (1527-Antwerp circa 1581) Adoration des Mages Oil on panel 101.5 x 77.5 cm Fils et élève du grand Maître Anversois Joos van Cleve (1485-1541), il a sans doute été très actif au sein de l’atelier paternel entre 1535 et 1540. Son style se rapprochant de celui de son père, il est encore difficile aujourd'hui pour certaines œuvres, de discerner la main du père de celle du fils. Maître à Anvers, il est doyen de la Gilde en 1541 au décès de Joos. Son caractère ombrageux et ses affinités protestantes le font quitter sa ville natale et émigrer en Angleterre où il recherche le patronage de Philippe II d’Espagne. Ses peintures sophistiquées et délicates témoignent aussi de l’influence de Léonard de Vinci. Cette composition dérive du tableau de Cornelis van Cleve aujourd’hui conservé au Musée des beaux-arts d’Anvers. MUSÉES: ANVERS, COLOGNE, DRESDE, PHILADELPHIE, ST P

 

Francis Janssens van der Maelen

henry van de velde

Henry van de Velde (Belgium, Antwerp 1863-1957, Oberägeri, Switzerland) Art Nouveau flat desk (detail), circa 1898 Sycamore wood, double-sided, the top is covered with black leather in its centre 129.50 x 73 cm Certificate of authenticity from Professor Klaus-Jürgen Sembach This desk is a variation of a games table that was in the collection of Villa Esche Provenance: private collection, France Literature: Catalogue of the exhibition L'Art Nouveau en Belgique, Brussels, Palais des Beaux-Arts, 19 December 1980-15 February 1981, p. 266 n° 143; Wolf D. Percher, Henry van de Velde - Das Gesamtwerk, Edition Factum, p. 94, ref 1318, p. 151, ref. 3406, p. 229, ref. 1317. This desk will be presented in a book about Henry van de Velde written by Bea Maybach from the Bauhaus-Museum in Weimar in Germany Exhibition: L'Art Nouveau en Belgique, Brussels, Palais des Beaux-Arts, 19 December 1980-15 February 1981

 

Florian Kolhammer

georg klimt

Georg Klimt (Vienna, 1867-1931) Strength and Poetry Pair of Jugendstil reliefs, ca. 1900 Copper, finely chased, patinated H 28.5 cm x W 28.5 cm Designed and executed by Georg Klimt, the brother of Gustav Klimt

 

Zebregs&Röell Fine Art and Antiques

Jan van Mekeren (Tiel 1658-1733 Amsterdam) 't Blommenkabinet Dutch floral marquetry cabinet-on-stand Amsterdam, late 17th century H 206 x W 171 x D 61 cm The present and V&A cabinet were both possibly ordered by Jens Wijbergen, a Dutch merchant living in Copenhagen. According to the van Mekeren archives, an order was placed by Wijbergen in 1700, probably for two cabinets, because the price was comparable to other orders for a pair of van Mekeren cabinets. The previous owner of the present cabinet, living in Austria, is a descendant of a patrician family from Riga. Some members of the Danish Wijbergen family are known to have moved to Riga in the early eighteenth century. The cabinet and all its oak bases have been retained in their original state. The whole cabinet is covered with a floral marquetry veneer of various kinds of wood, including walnut, holly, laburnum, boxwood, satiné rubané, amaranth, tulipwood, barberry, elm, sycamore, olive wood, padouk and kingwood. A modest rectangular cornice over a frieze inlaid with marquetry of various flowers over two doors with marquetry depicting urns on a plinth issuing bouquets of tulips, bluebells, cornflowers, marigolds, irises, peonies, daffodils, crown imperials, roses, lilies, anemones, chrysanthemums and carnations; several different species of butterflies and moths, including Arctia caja, swallowtails, garden white, meadow brown, and a brimstone butterfly, at least three different bird species, including turtle dove, thrush, and warbler, and a garden snail, Cepaea hortencis. Jan van Mekeren, born in Tiel 1658, moved to Amsterdam in 1687, where he was recorded as ‘kabinetmaker’ or ‘kistenmaker’. Before moving to Amsterdam, he had been in London in 1682, where he had asked to be admitted to the Dutch Reformed Church. He apparently wanted to stay for some time in London, presumably to learn the art of furniture marquetry under Gerrit Jensen. In 1687, he was back and mentioned as a guildsman, a member of the St. Josef guild in Amsterdam. He was successful as a cabinetmaker because, in 1693, he bought a house in the expensive Kalverstraat and extended his business into the wood trade as well. Since the headquarters of the VOC was in Amsterdam, the city was the foremost European market for exotic woods in the seventeenth century. Despite a 1624 regulation stipulating that members of the Amsterdam cabinetmaker’s guild offer their wares for sale in the guild’s shop, furniture makers in seventeenth and eighteenth century Holland hardly ever marked their work. However, thanks to the inventory after Jan’s death, there is a good list of his workpieces with thorough descriptions, prices, and the names of his clientele. The estate included many finished and unfinished pieces of furniture, an extensive collection of cabinet woods, and, most interesting, a long list of claims with names of the debtors and the amounts due. Most debtors were well-known Amsterdam patricians; only a few were from outside Amsterdam, including Jens Wijbergen from Copenhagen, who still owed Jan van Mekeren fl. 33,13. Because of a very close resemblance, this cabinet possibly is the pendant of the Van Mekeren cabinet now in the Victoria & Albert Museum (W.5:1 to 14-1986). There are minor differences in the flower decorations on the doors and sides of the cabinet. Still, a pair of Van Mekeren cabinets in Amerongen Castle, ordered as a pair, look less like each other than the present cabinet and its possible pendant in the V&A. Only six other floral Van Mekeren cabinets are known: one in the Rijksmuseum Amsterdam (inv. R.B.K. 1964-12), one in the Metropolitan Museum New York (1995, 371a, b), one in the Victoria and Albert Museum, one in Charlecote Park, Warwickshire, and a pair in Amerongen Castle, the Netherlands.

 

Ars Antiqua

Bartolomeo Mendozzi (Leonessa, circa 1600-after 1644) Christ crowned with thorns and mocked Oil on canvas 98 x 128 cm Expertise by Prof Massimo Pulini

 

Maurice Verbaet Gallery

francis dusépulchre

Francis Dusépulchre (Seneffe 1934-2013 La Louvière) Polymonochrome, 2001 Painted paper-collage 30 x 20 cm Provenance: collection Family Dusépulchre

 

Galerie Hioco

Buddha head Thailand, Lopburi period, 13th-14th century Sandstone H 35 cm Provenance: Vérité collection, France

 

F. Baulme Fine Arts

nicolas bertin

Nicolas Bertin (Paris, 1668-1736) Achilles entrusted by Thetis to the centaur Chiron, circa 1725 Oil on canvas 62 x 79.5 cm Provenance: private collection, Paris Literature: Thierry Lefrançois, Nicolas Bertin, 1668-1736, Paris, 1981 Nicolas Bertin has begun his career as a painter under the reign of Louis XIV and has ended it under Louis XV. He was part of this pivotal generation of 'Trianon painters' who switched from large historical painting, to smaller pictures – frequently easel paintings, which seduced a new generation of clients. Painting in the early years of the 18th century was ahead of the evolution of society, and it was only during the Regency that France freed itself from the rigorous artistic rules of the end of the reign of Louis XIV. The country undertook reforms and its morals evolved. It was just after this political and artistic revolution that Bertin painted this picture. The choice of theme itself is significant of lighter times: the nymph Thetis entrusts her son Achilles to the centaur Chiron.

 

Galeries AB & BA

henri michaux

Henri Michaux (Namur 1899-1984 Paris) Composition, 1950 Gouache on canvas 48 x 62.5 cm Signed lower right This work is registered in the Michaux Archives by Franck Leibovici under n° hm4112 and will be included in the forthcoming catalogue raisonné currently in preparation Provenance: collection of M. Chatelus, Paris; collection of M. René Schneider; private collection, Paris Literature: Wieland Schmied, Hanovre (1972), p. 71; Wieland Schmied, Michaux (1973), p. 79; Marseille (1993), p. 124; Franck Leibovici, Henri Michaux, (2014), p. 31 Exhibitions: Retrospective, Musée Kestner-Gesellschaft, Hanover, 1972; Henri Michaux, peintures, Fondation Maeght, Saint-Paul-de-Vence, 3 April -10 June 1976; Galerie Baudoin Lebon, Paris, 1985; Henri Michaux, selected works 1927-1984, Musée Cantini, Marseille, 1993; Henri Michaux, selected works 1927-1984, Julio Gonzalez Art Center (i.v.a.m), Valencia, 1993; Henri Michaux, selected works 1927-1984, Musée Rath, Geneva, 1994; Henri Michaux, Whitechapel Gallery, London, 1999; Untitled passages by Henri Michaux, Drawing Center Art Center, New York, 2000

 

Bernard Bouisset

Gold and platinum necklace entirely set with diamonds 'Antique Cut' (35 carats) Circa 1900

 

Galerie de la Béraudière

jean fautrier

Jean Fautrier (Paris 1898-1964 Châtenay-Malabry) Les feuilles vertes, 1934 Oil on canvas 73 x 60 cm Signed lower left: Fautrier Provenance: collection Jean Paulhan, France; collection Dominique Aury, France; private collection, France (by descent); Tajan, Paris, November 2022, lot 44; private collection, Belgium This work will be included in the catalogue raisonné of Jean Fautrier’s painted work currently being prepared by Madame Marie-José Lefort Literature: Palma Bucarelli, Jean Fautrier, Pittura e materia, ed. Il Saggiatore, Milano 1960, Ill. 107, p. 306 Exhibition: 1974, Paris, Galeries Nationales du Grand Palais, Jean Paulhan à travers ses peintres, cat. 563, p. 218

 

Maison Rapin

kam tin

KAM TIN Set of Onyx Cloud tables Sculpted onyx ivory France, 2023 H 26 / 32 / 36 x W 75 x D 57 cm Signed KAM TIN & Margraf Provenance: France

 

Axel Vervoordt

pierre culot

Pierre Culot (Malmedy 1938-2011 Roux-Miroir) Vase, circa 1990 Partially glazed earthenware H 84 x W 64 x D 25 cm Provenance: estate of the artist Exhibition: 2023, Resilience, Axel Vervoordt Gallery, Kanaal

 

Douwes Fine Art b.v.

henri fantin-latour

Henri Fantin-Latour (Grenoble 1836-1904 Bure) Fleurs d'Automne, 1861 Oil on canvas 46.4 x 36.5 cm Signed and dated lower left: Fantin Oct. 1861 Provenance: private collection, Europe; Galerie Hopkins-Custot, Paris, 2004; private collection, Belgium; Douwes Fine Art, Amsterdam, 2023

 

Galerie Hurtebize

victor vasarely

Victor Vasarely (Pecs 1908-1997 Paris) Vega-Sakk, 1968-1971 Oil on canvas 120 x 120 cm Signed lower right Certificated by the artist Provenance: private collection, France

 

Dalton Somaré

Janiform zoomorphic figure Tellem Dogon, Mali 1309-1424 (C14) Wood, stone 42.5 cm Provenance: Important French collection, purchased in 1972; Jean-Claude Marian Collection, Brussels; Carlos Basso Collection, Barcelona

 

Galerie La Patinoire Royale Bach

jan dries

Jan Dries (Belgium, 1925-2014) Meditation stones (Meditatiestenen), 1962 Marble 8 elements Provenance: the artist's studio

 

Studio 2000 Art Gallery

willem paerels

Willem Paerels (Delft 1878-1962 Eigenbrakel) Scheveningen boulevard, 1907 Oil on canvas 70 x 70 cm Signed lower right: Paerels Provenance: private collection, The Netherlands; private collection, Belgium; Galerij Jeanne Buytaert, Antwerp; collection M. Jefferys, Brussels (before 1924) Literature: André A. Moerman, Willem Paerels 1878-1962: retrospectieve tentoonstelling georganiseerd in het raam van het Nederlands-Belgisch Cultureel Akkoord, Brussel [etc.] 1978, p. 21, n° 11: dated ’1907’ by the artist in his notes Exhibitions: Brussels (Palais des Beaux-Arts de Bruxelles), Willem Paerels, 17 September 1968-1 October 1968 and Amersfoort (Zonnehof), 5 October 1968-4 November 1968; Brussels (Koninklijke Musea voor Schone Kunsten van België), 3 March 1978-16 April 1978 and Laren (Singer Museum), 30 April 1978-11 June 1978, Willem Paerels 1878-1962: retrospectieve tentoonstelling georganiseerd in het raam van het Nederlands-Belgisch Cultureel Akkoord

 

Huberty & Breyne

jean-claude götting

Jean-Claude Götting (Paris, 1963) Enlacement 2, 2019 Acrylic on canvas 100 x 100 cm

 

Lemaire

Delft tin-glazed earthenware duck-shaped tureen Attributed to the De Porceleyne Schotel factory Circa 1750 H 11 x W 21.2 cm

 

Galerie Kaléidoscope

fernand teyssier

Fernand Teyssier (Paris, 1937-1988) X-ray and breathing-sheep, circa 1966-67 Acrylic, graphite pencil, stampo and ink on canvas 98.4 x 81.5 cm Provenance: estate Fernand Teyssier Exhibition: Konstanz/FRG, 1968, Bilder, Graphik, Objekte, Der Asta-Konstanz Universität

 
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