JACOBUS NICOLAS BARON TJARDA VAN STARKENBORGH | BOY FISHING IN A WESTPHALIAN LANDSCAPE
JACOBUS NICOLAS BARON TJARDA VAN STARKENBORGH | BOY FISHING IN A WESTPHALIAN LANDSCAPE
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Sold Without Reserve | Property from the Collection of the Pittsburgh Athletic Association

JACOBUS NICOLAS BARON TJARDA VAN STARKENBORGH | BOY FISHING IN A WESTPHALIAN LANDSCAPE

Estimate: 6,000 - 8,000 USD

Sold Without Reserve | Property from the Collection of the Pittsburgh Athletic Association

JACOBUS NICOLAS BARON TJARDA VAN STARKENBORGH | BOY FISHING IN A WESTPHALIAN LANDSCAPE

Estimate: 6,000 - 8,000 USD

Lot Sold:3,250USD

Lot Details

Description

Sold Without Reserve

Property from the Collection of the Pittsburgh Athletic Association

JACOBUS NICOLAS BARON TJARDA VAN STARKENBORGH

Dutch

1822 - 1895

BOY FISHING IN A WESTPHALIAN LANDSCAPE 


signed Tjarda van Starkenborgh and inscribed Duss (lower right) 

oil on canvas 

39½ by 61⅜ in.

100.3 by 155.9 cm

Condition Report

The following condition report was kindly provided by Simon Parkes Art Conservation, Inc.:


This large canvas is lined. It has a discolored varnish. There are large discolored restorations throughout the sky addressing breaks in the canvas. There are also a number of raised old restorations in the sky and these areas would require structural restoration. The trees and landscape seem to be healthy. There are a few small restorations along the bottom edge.


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Cataloguing

Catalogue Note

Jacobus Nicolas Baron Tjarda van Starkenborgh, born in Holland, was a painter of landscapes and marine scenes. The artist visited America in the early 1850s and painted in the Catskills and West Virginia, though he was primarily based in Philadelphia. In 1852 he moved to Düsseldorf but continued to exhibit internationally, including in Austria, Pennsylvania, and The Netherlands. 

European Paintings, Drawings and Sculpture
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