Oil on canvas, signed, in ornate old frame. ; 19th century gilt wood panel frame with sand panel and applied acanthus and scroll corner decoration, 53-5/8 x 38-1/2 in. © 1986-2020 Invaluable, LLC. (Dutch / Belgian, 1581-1666) About 1610, Hals married Anacke Hermanszoon, and the following year a son, Herman, was born. Estimate: Has Very Old Thin Frame. Description: Antique 17 century Oil / Cardboard attributed Frans Hals (1580 - 1666) ,signed monogrant Dated 1653, Size: 6.5"h X 5.5"w. Description: Bears Monogram: FH, Center right But these painters were also heirs to a tradition of the grotesque, the lowlands late-medieval art of Bosch and Brueghel. Distinguishing features: The Laughing Cavalier looks out at us. FIND 1000's of Antiques, Art, Vintage & RARE Collectables - each item pictured, described and with it's price guide. The Laughing Cavalier (1624) is a portrait by the Dutch Golden Age painter Frans Hals in the Wallace Collection in London, which has been described as "one of the most brilliant of all Baroque portraits". Description: Measures 12" height x 13" width. His wife died a few weeks later. AUD15,000 - AUD25,000, Description: He was buried in St. Bavo's Haarlem in 1666. Like Goya, Hals lived hard but long. Interested bidders are strongly encouraged to request a condition report on any lots upon which they intend to bid, prior to placing a bid. We estimate it was painted during the turning 19th C. to the 20th C. The dimensions are 19" by 15". $8,000 - $15,000, Description: Condition Report: Dutch School. Bonhams London, Old Master Paintings, 7 July 2010, lot 34, as School of Haarlem. Although he was one of the great masters of Dutch painting, his work was completely neglected for almost two hundred years, until it was revived by Manet, Whistler and the champions of Impressionism. Rather than being about modern impressionistic truth, Hals's brushstrokes draw attention to the mechanics of illusion. ; 19th century gilt wood panel frame with sand panel and applied acanthus and scroll corner decoration, 53-5/8 x 38-1/2 in. We estimate it was painted during the turning 19th C. to the 20th C. The dimensions are 19" by 15". Sign in to view your bids, favorites & more! Frans Hals ( 1580- 1666 )-follower, portrait of a gentleman, oil on canvas, framed. Frans Hals (1580-1666)-follower, Portrait of a woman with child; oil on canvas, framed. specks in mostly lower two-thirds of canvas; also with subtle visible surface craquelure; there is corresponding restoration/damage to pacthed areas, including to parts of figure's head and face, vestment, to the right of the face, and background at left and right; areas of residual pale green varnish remain under uv light. Dimensions- Sight- 15.25" x 10.75". In seiner rechten Hand hält er an einer schmalen Kette ein goldenes achteckiges Objekt, das eine Schnupftabaksdose oder ein Reisekompass sein könnte, was ihn als gebildeten Herrn auszeichnen würde. The oak panel is unreinforced and flat. Some weakness in his hair has been restored and isolated spots of retouching have been added to the face, particularly on the lighter side. Literature: The John and Johanna Bass Collection, Miami Beach, FL, 1973, no. Thieves forced the back door of the Hofje van Aerden museum to steal the painting, setting off an alarm. He's real and not real at the same time. This wonderful oil on canvas is a great copy of the famous "The Laughing Cavalier" by Frans Hals (1580 - 1666). Exhibition: Exposition of Portraite, The Hague 1903. Lot 133: Circle of Frans Hals (1580-1666), DutchPORTRAIT OF AN OFFICER SAID TO BE CORNELIS TROMP; Oil on canvas; titled to label verso14.5" x 17.75" - 36.8 x 45.1 cm. This piece has been professionally matted and framed using all new materials. Painting: H = 27,5 B = 24,0 cm frame. He was a pupil of Karel von Mander from c. 1600-1603. 17th Century or later Ecole hollandaise. $7,000 - $10,000. Inspirations and influences: Hals appealed to modern painters because he removed the smooth surfaces of classic art, reducing reality to brushstrokes. Signed in the plate. 66.8 x 49.4 cm. And there's something uncanny about him that has made this one of the most famous portraits in the world. This work has been restored and could be hung in its current condition. In this painting Hals hints at a fantastic underside to his art. About 1610, Hals married Anacke Hermanszoon, and the following year a son, Herman, was born. Add to this the white ruff and that drape of velvet and he is half man, half silk. CAD1,500 - CAD2,500, Estimate: (91.8 x 73.7cm) Economic conditions were such also that it affected his craft in general. Estimate: ProvenanceFrom a Brooklyn, NY Home. Description: Invaluable cannot guarantee the accuracy of translations through Google Translate and disclaims any responsibility for inaccurate translations. Both with a tag on the front, reading "FRANZ HALS". c. 1800's. Descriptions provided in both printed and on-line catalogue formats do not include condition reports. oil on panel after a work by Frans Hals Negentiende eeuws olieverfschilderij op paneel naar een werk van Frans Hals (1580 - 1666) : "Vissersjongen" - 29 x 22, Estimate: $1,000 - $2,000, Description: Frame: 39 1/2 x 33 x 2 1/2 in. Another admirer was Van Gogh, who saw in his Dutch forerunner the expressive sensuality of his own Self-Portrait (1889). In 1988 it was taken along with Jacob van Ruisdael’s work Forest View with Flowering Elderberry, and recovered after three years. In 1652, his household went up for auction, like that of his great contemporary, Rembrandt. 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