Classic art auction 16/12/20 - 16/12/20


 

auction:  16/12/2020

exhibition:  9/12 – 15/12/2020   10 am – 6 pm   16/12/2020  10 am – 2 pm

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Purchase orders at the latest 24h before the auction, by mail, fax or online catalogue. A request for a telephone bid (for lots higher than 750 euros) by mail or fax, with copy of identity card and bank details.
Auction fee: 25% + resale right if applicable. Purchases on Drouot Live and Invaluable + 3%

The classic art and antiques auction at Campo & Campo on the 16th of December at 6 pm consists of a collection of fine art objects and paintings from the 19th century and older.

 

A big eye catcher in our antique auction is an important collection of watches from famous brands such as Audemars Piguet, Rolex, Girard & Perregaux, Ulysse Nardin, Jaeger- LeCoultre and Cartier.

Another  highlight in this auction is a beautiful old master, Vièrge à la poire. A small oval panel that was painted around 1520 in the Southern Netherlands by an old master from the circle of Bernard Van Orley. The Madonna is holding a pear in her right hand, which she is showing to the Christ Child. This pear symbolises original sin as the forbidden fruit. Behind them a beautiful landscape was painted in atmospheric perspective. This work is estimated between 30000 and 50000 euros. Under the old masters section we also find a canvas by Adriaen De Gryff (1657-1722) estimated 2000 to 3000 euros. And a beautiful hunting still life painted by an unknown master with monogram J.S. estimated at 4000 to 6000 euros.

In addition to old masters, there are also several 19th century masters on offer. Like a beautiful canvas by Gerard Portielje, At the notary, estimated at 5000 to 8000 euro. For The carpenter of Adrien De Braeckeleer is expected 2000 to 4000 euros.  Other 19th century works are by Charles Verlat Edward Portielje, Ignace van Regemorter, Balthasar Ommeganck, Jules Montigny, Victor Schouten, Jef Lambeaux and Mathurin Moreau. We also included a beautiful large canvas by Walter Vaes, Het Viskraem, estimated at 4000 to 6000 euros.

Among antique artefacts we find an extremely rare Renaissance table clock in gilt bronze. Made in Saxony around 1650 with four dials decorated with dome and pinnacle estimated 12000 to 15000 euros.  And a few special candlesticks of gilt bronze from the Louis XIV period. The holders are carried by beautifully cast and engraved Phoh-dogs, estimated 4000 to 6000 euros.

As always, this auction will be completed with old jewellery, Chinese and European porcelain, oriental carpets and glass and silverware.

 

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