Floris van Wanroij Fine Art

Circle of the Master of the Brunswick Monogram


Circle of the Master of the Brunswick Monogram

Renaissance, second quarter of the 16th Century, ca. 1525-30

 

The Flight into Egypt set in a Flemish Village with a Maypole

 

Oil on panel, with old collectors seal and lables verso
H. 31,7 cm. W. 39,8 cm.

 

PROVENANCE
Collection Mr R.G. de Boer, Laren, The Netherlands;
Private collection;
Anonymous sale, Hampel, Munich, 12 April, 2018, as lot 2141 (as attributed to Jan van Amstel);
Private collection 

 

EXHIBITION

Singer Museum, Laren, Kunstbezit rondom Laren. 1958, cat. nr. 63

Singer Museum, Laren, Nederlandse primitieven uit Nederlands particulier bezit. Juli – September 1961, cat. nr. 2 (lable verso)


LITERATURE
Boon, K. G. (1961). Nederlandse primitieven uit Nederlands particulier bezit. Laren: Singer Museum, p. 7, cat. nr. 2;
Schubert, D. (1970). Die Gemälde des Braunschweiger Monogrammisten. Ein Beitrag zur Geschichte der Niederländischen Malerei des 16. Jahrhunderts. Schauberg: Dumon, p. 106, ill. 68;
Wied, A. et al. (2003). Die flämische Landschaft. 1520-1700. Lingen: Luca Verlag, p. 68

 

REFERENCE LITERATURE 

Gibson, W. S. (1989). Mirror of the Earth. The world landscape in sixteenth-century Flemish painting. Princeton: Princeton University Press, p. 26, ill. 2.37

 

EXPERTISE 

With dendrochronology report by Marta Domínguez Delmás, University of Amsterdam, dating the panel in 1512. Considering sapwood estimations, seasoning time and transport, the earliest production date would be the late 1520s. The oak originates form the coastal area of Lithuania.


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