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Adriaan de Lelie (1755-1820) - Interior with a maid polishing the copper, brass and tin

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Adriaan de Lelie (1755-1820)
Signature: Bottom left
Dimensions 64 x 54 cm
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provenance:
- Comes from a private collection
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The painter Adriaan de Lelie (1755-1820) , originally from Tilburg, was self-taught, although he must have learned a thing or two from his fellow townsman Cornelis van Spaendonck in his younger years. Together with Van Spaendonck, De Lelie left for Antwerp in 1773, where he specialized in historical scenes and portraits. To perfect his portrait technique, he copied portraits of Rubens and Van Dyck in the Electoral Gallery in Düsseldorf. In 1783, De Lelie moved to Amsterdam on the advice of friends. There he developed into a renowned portrait painter, especially in circles of progressive citizens. Many prominent contemporaries from Dutch cultural life were portrayed by De Lelie. His paintings of art galleries and their visitors are the precursors of the 19th-century conversation piece. De Lelie also painted interior scenes, but without the idealized atmosphere and symbolic references that were common in such genre pieces in the 17th century. - Source: Rijksmuseum
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Viewing is of course possible. The condition of the work is good, but the work and signature have been rather polished in the past. We also have our own in-house frame shop, which is celebrating its 85th anniversary. We also use restorers from the trade organization: 'Restauratoren Nederland'. If you would like to use this, we would of course like to hear from you.
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Adriaan de Lelie (1755-1820)
Signature: Bottom left
Dimensions 64 x 54 cm
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provenance:
- Comes from a private collection
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The painter Adriaan de Lelie (1755-1820) , originally from Tilburg, was self-taught, although he must have learned a thing or two from his fellow townsman Cornelis van Spaendonck in his younger years. Together with Van Spaendonck, De Lelie left for Antwerp in 1773, where he specialized in historical scenes and portraits. To perfect his portrait technique, he copied portraits of Rubens and Van Dyck in the Electoral Gallery in Düsseldorf. In 1783, De Lelie moved to Amsterdam on the advice of friends. There he developed into a renowned portrait painter, especially in circles of progressive citizens. Many prominent contemporaries from Dutch cultural life were portrayed by De Lelie. His paintings of art galleries and their visitors are the precursors of the 19th-century conversation piece. De Lelie also painted interior scenes, but without the idealized atmosphere and symbolic references that were common in such genre pieces in the 17th century. - Source: Rijksmuseum
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Viewing is of course possible. The condition of the work is good, but the work and signature have been rather polished in the past. We also have our own in-house frame shop, which is celebrating its 85th anniversary. We also use restorers from the trade organization: 'Restauratoren Nederland'. If you would like to use this, we would of course like to hear from you.
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