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Atelier de Jan de Beer
SAINT LUC ET LA VISION DE ZACHARIE
WORKSHOP OF JAN DE BEER ; SAINT LUKE AND THE VISION OF ZACHARIAS ; PEN AND BLACK INK, GREY WASH HEIGHTENED WITH WHITE ON BLUE PREPARED PAPER ; CIRCULAR
Estimate
2,5003,000
LOT SOLD. 5,250 EUR
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Atelier de Jan de Beer
SAINT LUC ET LA VISION DE ZACHARIE
WORKSHOP OF JAN DE BEER ; SAINT LUKE AND THE VISION OF ZACHARIAS ; PEN AND BLACK INK, GREY WASH HEIGHTENED WITH WHITE ON BLUE PREPARED PAPER ; CIRCULAR
Estimate
2,5003,000
LOT SOLD. 5,250 EUR
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Details & Cataloguing

Bacri frères Antiquaires, Paris – Collection Jacques Bacri

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Atelier de Jan de Beer
ANVERS 1495 - 1528
SAINT LUC ET LA VISION DE ZACHARIE
WORKSHOP OF JAN DE BEER ; SAINT LUKE AND THE VISION OF ZACHARIAS ; PEN AND BLACK INK, GREY WASH HEIGHTENED WITH WHITE ON BLUE PREPARED PAPER ; CIRCULAR
Plume, encre noire, lavis gris et rehauts de blanc sur papier préparé bleu-gris;
Circulaire
Diam. 243 mm ; 9 1/2 in
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Provenance

Bradbury Collection (selon le catalogue de la vente Oppenheimer) ;
Collection Henry Oppenheimer, Londres
Sa vente, Christie's Londres, Old Master Drawings formed by the late Henry Oppenheimer, 10-14 juillet 1936, partie du n°266

Literature

M. J. Friedländer, Early Netherlandish Painting, vol. XI, Berlin 1933, p. 25, sous le n°9 ; éd. Leyde/Bruxelles, 1974, p. 19, sous le n°9 ;
D. Ewing, The Paintings and Drawings of Jan de Beer, Thèse de l'Université du Michigan, 1978, vol. 2, p. 269, cat. n° 15a;
ExtravagAnt! Antwerp pictures for the European market 1500-1525, cat. exp. Anvers, Koninklijk Museum voor Schone Kunsten, et Maastricht, Bonnefanten Museum, 2005-6, pp. 100-101, nn. 9-11, cat. 32, fig. 2;
D. Ewing, Jan de Beer, Gothic Renewal in Renaissance Antwerp, Doornspijk 2016, pp. 95, 337, cat. n° 36.1

Catalogue Note

As Dan Ewing has described, this drawing is an exact copy, in the same media, of an important design for a stained glass roundel, by the Antwerp artist Jan de Beer; the original drawing is now in the collection of the Muséé Wicar, Lille.  Ewing suggests that the present, traced version may well have been made in De Beer's studio, as part of the process of transferring the design to the glass roundel.

Bacri frères Antiquaires, Paris – Collection Jacques Bacri

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Paris