- Listed: January 1, 1970 12:00 am
- Title: Roses, tulips, daffodills, ranunculus and other flowers, in a celadon vase, on a table
- Artist: Attributed to Jan Breughel II
- Format (cm): 46.9 x 64.7 cm.
- Format (in): 18½ x 25½ in. (46.9 x 64.7 cm.) including a ¼ inc
- Last Sale price: 86 500,00
- Last Sale date:
Attributed to Jan Breughel II (Antwerp 1601-1678) Roses, tulips, daffodills, ranunculus and other flowers, in a celadon vase, on a table oil on panel 18½ x 25½ in. (46.9 x 64.7 cm.) including a ¼ inch addition to the upper edge
(Possibly) Hallsborough Gallery, London, 1950. Mrs. M.Q. Morris, London, 1959. J.C. Morris; (+), Sotheby’s, London, 29 November 1961, lot 48, as ‘Jan (Velvet) Breughel’ (£5,500 to Neame). with Brod Gallery, London, 1976. with Galerie d’Art Saint-Honoré, Paris, 1988.
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M.L. Hairs, Les peintres flamands de fleurs au XVIIe siècle , Brussels, 1965, p. 364. K. Ertz, Jan Brueghel der Ältere: Die Gemälde , Cologne, 1979, pp. 293 and 606-607, no. 297, fig. 366, as ‘Jan Brueghel I (?)’. Pieter Breughel der Jüngere – Jan Brueghel der Ältere: Flämische Malerei um 1600, Tradition und Fortschritt , exhibition catalogue, Essen and Lingen, 1997, pp. 288, under no. 86, fig. 2, as ‘Jan Brueghel I’. K. Ertz, Jan Brueghel der Ältere: kritischer Katalog der Gemälde , Lingen, 2008-2010, pp. 961, 963, under no. 454, fig. 454/1, as ‘Jan Brueghel II’.
The Morris Loan Collection, Plymouth and Bristol, organized by the Regional Museum Service for the South-West, 1959, no. 12.
This work is closely related to a composition by Jan Breughel I in the Prado (inv. 1422; see Ertz 2008-2010, op. cit. , p. 961). This lot is accompanied by a copy of a certificate from Dr. Klaus Ertz (dated 25 April 1988) giving a full attribution to Jan Breughel II and suggesting a date of circa 1615-1620.
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