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Pieter Pietersz. de Neyn, 1597 Leiden – 1639 ebenda
Detailabbildung: Pieter Pietersz. de Neyn, 1597 Leiden – 1639 ebenda
Detailabbildung: Pieter Pietersz. de Neyn, 1597 Leiden – 1639 ebenda
Detailabbildung: Pieter Pietersz. de Neyn, 1597 Leiden – 1639 ebenda
Detailabbildung: Pieter Pietersz. de Neyn, 1597 Leiden – 1639 ebenda
Detailabbildung: Pieter Pietersz. de Neyn, 1597 Leiden – 1639 ebenda
Detailabbildung: Pieter Pietersz. de Neyn, 1597 Leiden – 1639 ebenda

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Pieter Pietersz. de Neyn,
1597 Leiden – 1639 ebenda

HÜGELIGE LANDSCHAFT MIT EINEM BAUERNGEHÖFT AN EINEM SANDWEG Öl auf Eichenholz.
26,5 x 50,3 cm.
Verso auf der Tafel alte Inventarnummern und alte Etiketten mit Inventarnummern.

Catalogue price € 15.000 - 18.000 Catalogue price€ 15.000 - 18.000  $ 16,350 - 19,620
£ 13,200 - 15,840
元 116,550 - 139,860
₽ 1,271,700 - 1,526,040

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Further information on this artwork

Beigegeben eine Expertise von Laurens Bol vom 1.3.1982.

Pieter de Neyn erlernte die Malerei bei dem Haarlemer Meister Esaias van de Velde (1590 - 1630) Malerei. Die Werke des Leidener Landschaftsmalers sind jedoch auch von Jan van Goyen (1596 - 1656) beeinflusst, der zur gleichen Zeit wie de Neyn bei van de Velde lernte. Ähnliche Werke des Künstlers mit fedrig in den Himmel aufragenden Baumkronen befinden sich im Stedelijk Museum in Leiden, im Philadelphia Museum of Art und im Instituut Collectie Nederland in Amsterdam. (10700011) (12)


Pieter Pietersz. de Neyn,
1597 Leiden – 1639 ibid.

HILLY LANDSCAPE WITH FARMSTEAD BESIDE A SANDY PATH

Oil on oak panel.
26.5 x 50.3 cm.
Various old inventory numbers and labels with inventory numbers on the reverse.

Accompanied by an expert’s report by Laurens Bol dated 1 March 1982.

Pieter de Neyn trained as a painter with the Haarlem master Esaias van de Velde (1590 - 1630). But de Neyn’s the works were also influenced by Jan van Goyen who trained with van de Velde at the same time. Similar works by de Neyn with the crowns of the trees painted into the sky in a feather-like manner are held at the Stedelijk Museum in Leiden, the Philadelphia Museum of Art and the Instituut Collectie Nederland in Amsterdam.

This object has been individually compared to the information in the Art Loss Register data bank and is not registered there as stolen or missing.

 

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