Fine Art Objects of all Times & Places



145 x 71 x 40 cm

Late 17th C., Italian School, Wooden sculpture of Saint Anthony carrying the Child.

Statue: 22 x 7 x 4 cm Cabinet (open): 51 x 51 x 16 cm Cabinet (closed): 51 x 24 x 16 cm

18th C., Flemish shool, Small Terracotta Statue in Wooden Reliquary (19th C.) with decorated doors.

63 x 41 x 12 cm

18th C. Spanish Shool, Gilded Wooden Relief Sculpture of a Virgin carrying a Child.Very nice patina.

19 x 12 cm

Circle of Hans Memling (1433-1494), John the Baptist,Oil on Panel,Framed. Unsigned & undated.

104 x 76 cm

Saint Francis In Ecstasy, Oil on Oak Panel, Flemish, 17th C.

54 x 88 cm

Wild Boar Hunt in the style of Frans Snijders, Oil on Oak Panel marked by Guilliam Gabron (1609 - 1662), Antwerp.

50 x 64 cm

Frans Francken the Younger or II (1581-1642), The Prodigal Son, Grisaille and Oil on Panel, Framed. Unsigned & undated.

34 x 46 cm

Circle of Gerard Thomas (1663-1721), The Sholar and his Student, Oil on Canvas, Framed. Unsigned & undated.

73 x 59 cm

Pieter Plas (Alkmaar 1810-1853), Sheepstable, Oil on Canvas.Framed, signed and dated 1849.

100 x 134 x 6 cm

Antoon Overlaet (Antwerp 1720-Antwerp1774), Farmyard Scene, Oil on Canvas, Framed.

64 x 55 cm

19th C., Castelli Alessandro (1809-1902), Mountanious Landscape, Oil on Canvas. Framed, Signed AC and dated 1875.

130 x 94 x 5 cm

Antoine Wiertz (1806-1865), Portrait Mother and Child, Oil on Canvas, Framed.

100 x 103 x 3 cm

Louis Decoeur (Namur,1884-1960) , Farming Family on a Sunday Morning, Oil on Canvas. Framed and Signed.

100 x 90 cm

Louis Decoeur (Namen 1884 – Namen 1960), Rue Animée, Oil on Canvas, Signed and Framed.

110.5 x 93 x 5 cm

Attributed to Nicolaes Maes (Dordrecht, 1634 – Amsterdam, 1693) and workshop, Portrait of a Gentleman in three-quarter-length, c. 1670, oil on canvas (marouflage), 110.5 x 93 cm

71.5 x 88 cm

Simon Floquet (Floeket, Flokeet, Flo(c)quet) (Antwerp?, c. 1615 – Antwerp?, after 1635), The Abduction of the Sabine Women, signed Simon Floeket and dated 1632, oil on copper, 71.5 x 88 cm

77 x 56 cm

Probably Christoffel Jacobsz. van der Laemen (born in Antwerp or Brussels, 1606/’07 - Antwerp, c. 1621), Merry Company in an Interior, between 1630 and 1651, oil on copper, with frame: 98 x 76 cm, wit

109 x 121 cm

Jacques De Claeuw (Dordrecht, 1623–Leyden, 1694), Vanitas Still Life with Musical Instruments, a Painting Palette, a Sculpture, a Drawing, a Print, Books, Charters etc., dated 1689,109 x 121 cm