David TENIERS le Jeune (Anvers 1610-1690 Bruxelles)

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David TENIERS le Jeune (Anvers 1610-1690 Bruxelles)


Inside a tavern with card
players Oak panel, parquet flooring.
Painted in the mid-1630s, around 1635/1637 in
Antwerp, the execution of the painting is very fine and of a more sublime colour. The quiet composition, the almost monochrome colour and the expression of the card players reveal the maturity of David Teniers the
Younger.
Signed lower right: D. FENIERS F.
33,5 x 45,5 cm
(raised, old restorations)
Source: English
collection 1854 (according to the label on the back of the painting: at the restorer Richard Roche, London).
Kunsthandlung Julius Boehler, Munich 1929.
Prop. Of a Gentleman sold in London, Christie's on July 7, 1978 n° 149, ill. (sold £30,000).
De Jonckheere Gallery in the early 1980s.
Private collection.
The many paintings of card players in David Téniers' tavern are dated back to his youth, mainly in the 1640s, using a formula invented by Adriaen Brouwer and varying each time the number of characters, the place of the table, the fireplace in the background or the clay jugs in the composition. They are remarkable for their ability to capture the characters' expressions and the limited range of brown and grey.
A certificate of authenticity from Ms. Margret Klinge will be provided to the purchaser.
Expert: Cabinet Turquin, Stéphane Pinta, 06 11 11 11 30 37
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