Category: landscape

Julia Beck (Swedish, 1853 – 1935): Water reflections (1925) (via Stockholms Auktionsverk)

Thekla Schultz (Swedish, 1848 – 1937): City motif with tram – Gothenburg (via Uppsala Auktionskammare)

Mary DeNeale Morgan (American, 1868 – 1948): Carmel Valley Ranch (via Bonhams)

Ida Törnström (Swedish, 1862 – 1949): Village road, Portugal (1890) (via Uppsala Auktionskammare)

Georgina de l’Aubinière (English, 1848 – 1930): Summer evening (via Uppsala Auktionskammare)

Louise Abbéma (French, 1853 – 1927): Le Tréport (1872) (via Paris Musées)

Henriette Gudin (French, 1825 – 1876): Fishermen at Sunset (via Dorotheum)

Jan Peeter van Bredael the Elder – Vast river landscape with rural staffage – 

Jan Peeter van Bredael the Elder or Jan Pieter van Bredael the Elder (Antwerp, 23 April 1654 – Antwerp, 10 March 1745) was a Flemish painter, art restorer and art dealer. He is known for his still lifes of flowers and fruits, game and Italianate landscapes. He was a member of the prominent artistic family van Bredael from Antwerp.

Jan Peeter van Bredael was a still life painter of flowers, fruit and game and also painted Italianate landscapes with figures. He signed with the initials JP intertwined. This monogram was often read as just ‘P’. As a result, many of his works have been wrongly attributed to his father Peeter van Bredael.

His still lifes distinguish his work from that of his nephew Jan Peeter the Younger who painted hunting scenes and battles. A flower still life signed with his full first names is in the collection of the Museo de Artes Decorativas Palacio Taranco in Montevideo. Two flower and fruit still lifes are in the Kunsthalle Hamburg and a hunting still life in the Museum of Fine Arts of Lyon.

Jan Peeter van Bredael (I) – River landscape with travellers – 

Jan Peeter van Bredael the Elder or Jan Pieter van Bredael the Elder (Antwerp, 23 April 1654 – Antwerp, 10 March 1745) was a Flemish painter, art restorer and art dealer. He is known for his still lifes of flowers and fruits, game and Italianate landscapes. He was a member of the prominent artistic family van Bredael from Antwerp.

Jan Peeter van Bredael (I) – Mediterranean port scene with figures – 

Jan Peeter van Bredael the Elder or Jan Pieter van Bredael the Elder[1] (Antwerp, 23 April 1654 – Antwerp, 10 March 1745) was a Flemish painter, art restorer and art dealer. He is known for his still lifes of flowers and fruits, game and Italianate landscapes. He was a member of the prominent artistic family van Bredael from Antwerp.