06 juin 2018

Willem Claesz HEDA (Haarlem 1594 – 1680), Nature morte aux pièces d’orfèvrerie, verre rohmer et citron

Lot 51. Willem Claesz Heda (Haarlem 1594 – 1680), Nature morte aux pièces d’orfèvrerie, verre rohmer et citron. Toile. Signé et daté sur les draperies au centre HEDA 164…, 111 x 143 cm. Estimation: 150 000 € / 200 000 €. Courtesy SVV Thierry de Maigret Provenance : Tableau conservé dans la même famille depuis les années 30. Notre tableau constitue une importante redécouverte et un ajout majeur dans l’œuvre de Willem Claesz Heda. Inscrit en 1631 à la guilde de Saint Luc de Haarlem, ville dans... [Lire la suite]
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20 novembre 2017

Willem Claesz Heda, Still Life with Oysters, a Silver Tazza, and Glassware, 1637

Willem Claesz Heda (Dutch, Haarlem? 1594–1680 Haarlem), Still Life with Oysters, a Silver Tazza, and Glassware, 1635. Oil on wood, 19 5/8 x 31 3/4 in. (49.8 x 80.6 cm). From the Collection of Rita and Frits Markus, Bequest of Rita Markus, 2005, 2005.331.4 © 2000–2017 The Metropolitan Museum of Art.  With his Haarlem colleague Pieter Claesz, Heda was one of the leading painters of the so-called monochrome banquet piece in the Netherlands. In this panel of 1635 he shows off his virtuoso ability to... [Lire la suite]
14 août 2017

Willem Claesz Heda (Haarlem 1594 - Haarlem 1680), Still life with a blackberry pie on a pewter plate, 1644

Willem Claesz Heda (Haarlem 1594 - Haarlem 1680), Still life with a blackberry pie on a pewter plate, Signed and dated ‘HEDA. 1644’. Oil on panel, 31 7/8 x 39 7/8 inches (80.6 x 101.5 cm), POA © French & Company, Llc Still Life with Blackberry Pie is a splendid addition to the oeuvre of Willem Claesz Heda and to the genre of still life painting in the Dutch Golden Age. Painted on panel and in excellent condition, the painting dates from Heda’s maturity, when his compositions combined monumental simplicity, aristocratic reserve... [Lire la suite]
25 mars 2017

Exhibition at Frans Hals Museum exhibits 17th century works from the Netherlands and China

HAARLEM.- Barbarians & Philosophers sheds light on the way China and the Netherlands formed images of one another in the seventeenth century. The Dutch were fascinated by the culture of the ‘Celestial Empire’; the Chinese were astonished by the Dutch ‘redheaded barbarians’. A selection of paintings, drawings, porcelain and models charts the cultural exchange. The exhibition in the Frans Hals Museum runs from 25 March to 20 August 2017. In the seventeenth century, the Netherlands was a key player in a... [Lire la suite]
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16 mars 2015

Willem Claesz Heda (c. 1597 Haarlem c. 1680), A Still-Life with a Silver Tazza and a Gilt Cup

Willem Claesz Heda (c. 1597 Haarlem c. 1680), A Still-Life with a Silver Tazza and a Gilt Cup. Oil on Panel, 72 x 90 cm. Signed and dated on the blade of the knife: Heda 1638. Photo courtesy David Koetser Gallery Provenance: Private Collection, Lisbon;Rafael Valls Gallery, London;Private Collection, London. Exhibition: Belief in Nature - Flowers with a Message, Bijbels Museum, Amsterdam, April-September 2012, no. 9. Literature: S. Segal, catalogue of the exhibition Belief in Nature – Flowers... [Lire la suite]
01 mars 2011

"Golden: Dutch and Flemish Masterworks from the Rose-Marie and Eijk van Otterloo Collection" @ Peabody Essex Museum

Willem Claesz. Heda (1594-1680), Still Life with Glasses and Tobacco, 1633. Oil on panel, 20 x 29 ¾ inches (50.8 x 75.6 cm). The Rose-Marie and Eijk van Otterloo Collection. Image courtesy Peabody Essex Museum  SALEM, MA.-One of the world's best private collections of 17th-century Dutch and Flemish paintings, including masterworks by Rembrandt, Frans Hals, Gerrit Dou, Jan Steen and others, were unveiled this winter at the Peabody Essex Museum(PEM) in Salem, Massachusetts. Golden: Dutch and Flemish Masterworks from the... [Lire la suite]