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Art Europe is a new auction house that organises auctions and events across Europe. Their carefully curated sales connect the worlds of art, design, photography, jewellery, fashion and wine, and cater to an international audience of discerning collectors and art lovers.

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TWO ITALIAN WAX BUSTS
TWO ITALIAN WAX BUSTS Naples, early 19th century Comprising a bust of a young man with short cropped classical hair dress and glass inset eyes and a blackamoor boy with glass inset eyes. 14,5 cm and 11 cm. high  Art Europe Auctions
JASPER KRABBÉ
Chinese Girl # 2 Signed Jasper Krabbé lower right; and dated 01.10.15 lower left Charcoal and watercolour on buffed paper Ca.130 by 97.5 cm. (unframed) With an abstract composition on the verso Provenance Private Collection, The Netherlands Art Europe Auctions
Hendrik Willem Mesdag (Dutch 1831-1915)
Signaling the Boats, Scheveningen Signed lower rightOil on canvas120 by 90 cm. Hendrik Willem Mesdag was one of the key members of ?The Hague School?, a movement which swept Dutch painting in the?last quarter of the 19th century. Mesdag was born into a wealthy family and seemed destined to become a banker. However,?Mesdag had other plans for his future, and having benefited from an inheritance he was able to follow his preferred?path. Mesdag turned to his cousin Sir Lawrence Alma Tadema for advice, who suggested he serve his apprenticeship with?Willem Roelofs?the famous Dutch landscape artist. As a result, Mesdag stayed in Brussels for four years and under Roelof?sguidance he adopted a broad, distinctive style of painting en plein air. In the summer of 1868 Mesdag visited the German island of Norderney; here he became fascinated with the sea. Contraryto the minutely detailed seascapes of the Romantic School, Mesdag?s seascapes were painted with brutal realism. Hisunbiased depiction of the sea seemed to come straight from nature and Mesdag thus created a new standard for Dutchpainting. In 1859 Mesdag settled in The Hague, which enabled him to work upon the sands of Scheveningen. The present lot is oneof Mesdag?s many seascapes painted at Scheveningen. Ships are sailing on the far horizon, as well as nearer to the shoreand landing on the beach. There was no harbour in Scheveningen until 1894, so the flat bottomed boats were moored onthe beach. The man waving a blue flag is actually signalling the incoming ships. The horseman near the beached bomschuitis ready to bring the anchor to the beach, then to immediately return to pick up the steersman. The painting is a wonderfulexample of Mesdag?s seascapes.The success of Mesdag?s seascapes was secured after he won a gold medal at the Paris Salon (1870) with a large seascape,Les Brisants de la Mer de Nord, which was applauded by Jean?Fran?ois Millet, F?lix Ziem and Charles Chaplin (who actuallybought the painting). Provenance:Edward Fox White, London, by 1891, his deceased sale, Christie?s, London, 24 March 1900, lot 132 to Boussod (180 gns.);Boussod, Valadon & Cie, London, 1900;With The Holland Fine Art Gallery, London, no. 123 (according to a label on the reverse);Sale, Amsterdam, Sotheby?s, 7 November 1978, 339Sale, Amsterdam, Christie?s, 21 November 2013, lot 344Private collection, BelgiumExhibited:Arnhem, Gemeente Museum (on loan), no. 12.Literature:J. Poort, Hendrik Willem Mesdag (1831?1915), Wassenaar, 1989, p. 398, no. 34.01.J. Poort, Hendrik Willem Mesdag 1931?1915 Oeuvre catalogus in beeld, Wassenaar, 2001, p. 58, no. 922 (erroneouslyillustrated) Art Europe Auctions
AN INDIAN GOLD, RUBY AND EMERALD NECKLACE
AN INDIAN GOLD, RUBY AND EMERALD NECKLACE 20th Century In Moghul style, set with cabochon-cut rubies and emeralds, anked by a seed pearl border, suspending a cluster-shaped white sapphire and ruby pendant with pearl detail, 41.5 grams, 36.5 cm long.? Art Europe Auctions
A GOLD AND PLATINUM DIAMOND PENDANT WITH PLATINUM NECKLET, BELLE EPOQUE
A GOLD AND PLATINUM DIAMOND PENDANT WITH PLATINUM NECKLET, BELLE EPOQUE Circa 1915 The old-cut diamond weighing circa 3.00 ? 3.30 carats set in millegriffe border, surmounted by a single-cut diamond to a diamond-set loop, 3.4 grams, necklet 42 cm long? Art Europe Auctions
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