JAN PAUL GILLEMANS THE ELDER | A GARLAND OF FRUIT BEFORE CLASSICAL RUINS, WITH A FOUNTAIN AND A SOUTHERN LANDSCAPE BEYOND
JAN PAUL GILLEMANS THE ELDER | A GARLAND OF FRUIT BEFORE CLASSICAL RUINS, WITH A FOUNTAIN AND A SOUTHERN LANDSCAPE BEYOND
JAN PAUL GILLEMANS THE ELDER | A GARLAND OF FRUIT BEFORE CLASSICAL RUINS, WITH A FOUNTAIN AND A SOUTHERN LANDSCAPE BEYOND
JAN PAUL GILLEMANS THE ELDER | A GARLAND OF FRUIT BEFORE CLASSICAL RUINS, WITH A FOUNTAIN AND A SOUTHERN LANDSCAPE BEYOND
JAN PAUL GILLEMANS THE ELDER | A GARLAND OF FRUIT BEFORE CLASSICAL RUINS, WITH A FOUNTAIN AND A SOUTHERN LANDSCAPE BEYOND
JAN PAUL GILLEMANS THE ELDER | A GARLAND OF FRUIT BEFORE CLASSICAL RUINS, WITH A FOUNTAIN AND A SOUTHERN LANDSCAPE BEYOND
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JAN PAUL GILLEMANS THE ELDER | A GARLAND OF FRUIT BEFORE CLASSICAL RUINS, WITH A FOUNTAIN AND A SOUTHERN LANDSCAPE BEYOND

Estimate: 8,000 - 12,000 GBP

JAN PAUL GILLEMANS THE ELDER | A GARLAND OF FRUIT BEFORE CLASSICAL RUINS, WITH A FOUNTAIN AND A SOUTHERN LANDSCAPE BEYOND

Estimate: 8,000 - 12,000 GBP

Lot Sold:8,750GBP
(4 bids, reserve met)

Description

Property from the SØR Rusche Collection

JAN PAUL GILLEMANS THE ELDER

Antwerp 1618 - 1675

A GARLAND OF FRUIT BEFORE CLASSICAL RUINS, WITH A FOUNTAIN AND A SOUTHERN LANDSCAPE BEYOND


signed lower centre: J P Gillem[...]

oil on canvas

unframed: 83.7 x 121.8 cm.; 33 x 47⅞ in.

framed: 100.5 x 139 cm.; 39½ x 54¾ in.


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Condition Report

The canvas is lined, the paint surface is dirty, with an even but somewhat oxidised varnish with a distinctive craquelure. There are no major damages visible to the naked eye. Inspection under ultraviolet light reveals a scattering of retouches throughout, the most significant of which are in the corner of the architectural motif in the centre of the composition; in the peak of the mountain beyond; and in the lower right and upper right quarters. The still life elements remain largely untouched, with the colours well-preserved. In overall good condition.


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Provenance

Anonymous sale, Cologne, Lempertz, 28 – 30 April 1965, lot 46, when acquired.

Literature

H.-J. Raupp (ed.), Niederländische Malerei des. 17. Jahrhunderts der SØR Rusche-Sammlung, vol. 5, Stilleben und Tierstücke, Münster/Hamburg/London 2004, pp. 114–17, cat. no. 21, reproduced in colour.

Exhibited

The SØR Rusche Collection has been exhibited extensively over the last two decades. Please click here for further information.

Catalogue Note

Originally trained as a goldsmith by his father, Jan Paul Gillemans the Elder later specialised as a still-life painter in Antwerp. He became a member of the local guild of St. Luke in 1647/8. In 1648 he married Paulina Uyt den Eeckhout and they had eight children of whom Jan Paul the Younger also became a still-life painter. The Elder's compositions show stylistic influences of works by Jan Davidsz. de Heem, who was working in Antwerp from around 1632 until circa 1660, and again from 1672 until his death.

JAN PAUL GILLEMANS THE ELDER | A GARLAND OF FRUIT BEFORE CLASSICAL RUINS, WITH A FOUNTAIN AND A SOUTHERN LANDSCAPE BEYOND
JAN PAUL GILLEMANS THE ELDER | A GARLAND OF FRUIT BEFORE CLASSICAL RUINS, WITH A FOUNTAIN AND A SOUTHERN LANDSCAPE BEYOND
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