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665

PROPERTY FROM THE JOSEPH. M. MORPURGO COLLECTION.

A Dutch Delft blue and white oval plaque, late 17th century
Estimate
3,0005,000
LOT SOLD. 6,875 GBP
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665

PROPERTY FROM THE JOSEPH. M. MORPURGO COLLECTION.

A Dutch Delft blue and white oval plaque, late 17th century
Estimate
3,0005,000
LOT SOLD. 6,875 GBP
JUMP TO LOT

Details & Cataloguing

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A Dutch Delft blue and white oval plaque, late 17th century
painted with a pastoral landscape of two figures in the foreground under a tree with further figures and a city sky line in the distance, within a broad border of moulded flowers reserving four raised medallions painted with birds and sprigs, with integral pierced support for hanging,
24.5cm., 9 5/8 in. wide
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Provenance

Acquired in 1963.

Catalogue Note

The style of painting can be associated with Frederik van Frijtom, though the hand is more similar to that seen on a pair square-shaped plaques in the Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam which are attributed to painter Pieter Waelpot, (obj. nos. BK-1998-44-A and B.); and a pair of flower bricks, marked AK for Adrianus Kocx of the Greek A factory (obj. no. BK-KOG-1533.)

A plaque of this form dated 1684 painted with a riverscape was sold at Sotheby's New York, 26th April 2017, lot 135; a further plaque also dated 1684 is with Aronson, Amsterdam. The ornate moulded frame is similar to the square plaque attributed to Frijtom, sold in these rooms, The Joseph M. Morpurgo collection, 10th May 2016, lot 93.

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