Le boumouleur - Flemish School of the early 17th century
Oil on canvas dated 1607 and signed by the monogram corresponding to the signature of
David I RICKAERT 1560/1607.
Painter very side and referenced to the Bénézit and in many works of art.
RYCKAERT David 1560/1607 says the former.
Or RIJCKAERT or RICKAERT David I, painter and merchant of paintings, born in Antwerp in 1560 died in the same city around 1607. Flemish school.
In 1585 he was in the Gilde as a brewer and stuffer, and had to work for other painters. In 1585 he married Catharina Rem. His pupils were his sons David II (1586/1642), Martin (1587/1633) and Paul. It is believed that he was particularly used to paint figures and figures in the paintings of his colleagues. It is quoted from him "Three smokers on a barrel - Lerins collection in Antwerp. "
He is the patriarch of the family of famous Flemish painters bearing the name of the Ryckaert, his sons David II and Martin (or Marteen) and his grandson David III Ryckaert succeed him.
Signed : lower right of the monogram for David Ryckaert I.
Period : dated 1607, early 17th century.
School : Flemish School.
Subject: Painting of "old craft" genre scene, the knife sharpener blades on his grindstone, in a village.
Technique : oil on canvas in good condition - some restorations of old use, canvas and chassis of painting period, 17th century. No re-interlacing, which is very rare for a painting of that time.
Formats: without frame 58 x 50 cm - 22.83 x 19.68 inches
With frame: 68 cm x 56 cm - 26.77 x 22.04 inches
Frame: in gilded wood new, so in perfect condition.
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Table visible in Avignon by appointment.
David I RICKAERT 1560/1607, signed, the Remoulder
Dimensions : 68 x 56 cm
Framing : New gilded wood frame
Number of copies : 1
Delivery time : 3 days