Paintings

Peter Van De Velde
Flemish, 1634-1687
A Mediterranean Scene with Ships
Oil on canvas
28 by 34 in. w/frame 36 by 44 in.


Provenance:

Private Collection, Paris France
Le Trianon Fine Art & Antiques

Inventory Number: Art V6
Pre-1800 European Marine Period Pre 1800 Seascape Old Master

See Artist Bio below.


Peter Van De Velde
Flemish, 1634-1687

Peter Van De Velde became a master in 1654. In 1672 he marries the daughter of the sculptor Sebastian De Neve. He was then allowed to go to England where he continued to do his work, he is very famous for his harbor scenes. This is a fine example of his work as it combines both land and ocean views. This painting is in fine condition and is of large size. His works are rare and are sought after by collectors.

Museums and Exhibitions:

Amsterdam Museum ( Historical Museum); Hermanstadt (Musee Brukenthal); Leningrad Museum; Lille Museum; Prague Museum and Stockholm Museum.

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