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Attributed to Jean-Baptiste Monnoyer (Lille 1636-1699 London) Peaches, grapes and melon on stone...
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Attributed to Jean-Baptiste Monnoyer (Lille 1636-1699 London)
Peaches, grapes and melon on stone carvings with a ewer and a carpet
oil on canvas
80.7 x 107.8cm (31 3/4 x 42 7/16in).
unframed
Footnotes:
Seldom signed, similar still life compositions of this period have been alternatively given to Nicolas de Largillière, Pierre Dupuis and Jean-Baptiste Monnoyer. A canvas sold by Sotheby's, 3 Dec 1989, on canvas, 85 x 158 cm., lot 339 which Dominique Brême attributed to de Largillière at the beginning of his Parisian career circa 1680-1685 (but which Michel Faré attributed to Pierre Dupuis) was subsequently given to Jean-Baptiste Monnoyer by Didier Aaron. Similarly, a Still Life with Pears, Pomegranates and Watermelons on a frieze (Sotheby's, New York, 12 January 1989, lot 106) was for a long time thought to be by Pierre Dupuis; while Fruits et ruines d'architecture, which hung in the French Embassy near the Holy See, was incorrectly ascribed to Alexandre-François Desportes by the Louvre in 1933. These three works have been dated to the beginning of Monnoyer's career, between 1665 and 1675.
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Attributed to Jean-Baptiste Monnoyer (Lille 1636-1699 London) Peaches, grapes and melon on stone...

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Jul 06, 2022
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0037: Attributed to Jean-Baptiste Monnoyer (Lille 1636-1699 London) Peaches, grapes and melon on stone...

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Est. £5,000 - £7,000Starting Price £4,000
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Lot 0037 Details

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Attributed to Jean-Baptiste Monnoyer (Lille 1636-1699 London)
Peaches, grapes and melon on stone carvings with a ewer and a carpet
oil on canvas
80.7 x 107.8cm (31 3/4 x 42 7/16in).
unframed
Footnotes:
Seldom signed, similar still life compositions of this period have been alternatively given to Nicolas de Largillière, Pierre Dupuis and Jean-Baptiste Monnoyer. A canvas sold by Sotheby's, 3 Dec 1989, on canvas, 85 x 158 cm., lot 339 which Dominique Brême attributed to de Largillière at the beginning of his Parisian career circa 1680-1685 (but which Michel Faré attributed to Pierre Dupuis) was subsequently given to Jean-Baptiste Monnoyer by Didier Aaron. Similarly, a Still Life with Pears, Pomegranates and Watermelons on a frieze (Sotheby's, New York, 12 January 1989, lot 106) was for a long time thought to be by Pierre Dupuis; while Fruits et ruines d'architecture, which hung in the French Embassy near the Holy See, was incorrectly ascribed to Alexandre-François Desportes by the Louvre in 1933. These three works have been dated to the beginning of Monnoyer's career, between 1665 and 1675.
This lot is subject to the following lot symbols: α
α Buyers from within the UK: VAT is payable at the prevailing rate on just the Buyer's Premium (NOT the Hammer Price). Buyers from outside the UK: VAT is payable at the prevailing rate on both Hammer Price and Buyer's Premium. If a Buyer, having registered under a non-UK address, decides that the item is not to be exported from the UK, then they should advise Bonhams immediately.

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