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Pieter van Loon, 1801 – 1873
Detailabbildung: Pieter van Loon, 1801 – 1873
Detailabbildung: Pieter van Loon, 1801 – 1873
Detailabbildung: Pieter van Loon, 1801 – 1873
Detailabbildung: Pieter van Loon, 1801 – 1873
Detailabbildung: Pieter van Loon, 1801 – 1873
Detailabbildung: Pieter van Loon, 1801 – 1873
Detailabbildung: Pieter van Loon, 1801 – 1873
Pieter van Loon, 1801 – 1873

Lot 456 / Pieter van Loon, 1801 – 1873

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Pieter van Loon,
1801 – 1873

DIE MARINELLA-KÜSTE IN NAPOLI Öl auf Leinwand.
61 x 93 cm.
Auf einem am Boden liegenden Ruder bezeichnet "Strada della porta Capua a Napoli" und datiert "(18)45".
Rechts unten signiert und ortsbezeichnet "Napoli".

Catalogue price € 25.000 - 35.000 Catalogue price€ 25.000 - 35.000  $ 28,249 - 39,549
£ 21,250 - 29,750
元 189,500 - 265,300
₽ 1,813,500 - 2,538,900

 

Mit hoher Häuserzeile links am Ufer, rechs hinten der rauchende Vesuv, im Vordergrund ans Ufer gezogene Fischerboote.

Literatur:
Das Gemälde ist beschrieben und abgebildet in: Massimo Riccardi, Paesaggisti stranieri in Campania nell'Ottocento, Abb. S. 148 mit Angabe der Provenienz "Privatsammlung Como". (1171611) (10


Pieter van Loon,
1801 – 1873

THE MARINELLA COAST IN NAPLES

Oil on canvas.
61 x 93 cm.
Inscribed "Strada della porta Capua a Napoli" and dated "(18)45" on a rudder lying on the ground.
Signed and place name "Napoli" lower right.

A tall row of houses on the left side of the shore with fishing boats pulled to the shore in the foreground. Smoking mount Vesuvius in the background on the right.

Literature:
The painting is described and pictured in: M. Riccardi, Paesaggisti stranieri in Campania nell'Ottocento, ill. p. 148 with provenance reference "Private Collection, Como".

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.