Johnny van Haeften Ltd

Stand:   304

17th century Dutch and Flemish old master paintings

Beaufort House
Ham Street, Ham, Nr Richmond
London, Surrey TW10 7HL
United Kingdom
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Gallery Information

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Artists Exhibited at the fair:

  • Ambrosius Bosschaert The Elder

    Ambrosius Bosschaert The Elder

    Other Dealers:
    Also exhibited by:
    Richard Green
  • ADRIAEN BROUWER

    ADRIAEN BROUWER

  • Jan Brueghel

    Jan Brueghel

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    Also exhibited by:
    Kunstzalen A. Vecht
  • Jan Brueghel The Elder

    Jan Brueghel The Elder

    Artist's Objects: Other Dealers:
    Also exhibited by:
    Richard Green
    Salomon Lilian
    Koetser Gallery
    De Jonckheere
    Colnaghi
  • Jan Brueghel the Elder

    Jan Brueghel the Elder

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    Also exhibited by:
    Koetser Gallery
    Haboldt • Pictura
    Dickinson
  • Hendrick de Clerk

    Hendrick de Clerk

    Biography : Hendrick de Clerck was born in Brussels about 1570. He was probably the pupil of Marten de Vos in Antwerp and possibly also of Joos van Winghe in Brussels. In 1587, he was working in Rome with the Brussels painter, Frans van de Kasteele. He was back in Brussels by 1590, where he painted his first known dated work, a triptych depicting the Holy Kinship. In 1594, he was appointed court painter to the Archduke Ernest and after the latter’s death the following year, Ernest’s brother, the Emperor Rudolf II, interceded on de Clerck’s behalf and arranged for him to serve in the same capacity for the new Archdukes, Albert and Isabella. He was later a member of the Brussels painters’ guild, where his pupil, Jan van Overstraeten, was registered from 1601 to 1611. In 1609, de Clerck and Wenceslas Cobergher were commissioned to decorate the ceiling of the oratorium in the archducal palace in Brussels, subsequently largely destroyed by fire in the eighteenth century. He worked in Brussels for the rest of his career and died there in 1629: he was buried in the Church of Saint-Géry in Brussels on 27 August 1630. The artist’s widow survived him by more than a decade, dying on 14 October 1641. De Clerck’s son, Jacob, was also a painter and became a master in the Brussels guild of St. Luke in 1634. Two areas of activity can be clearly distinguished in Hendrick de Clerck’s oeuvre. In the first place, large-scale altarpieces painted for the churches in Brussels (most notably Notre-Dame de la Chapelle) and its environs, dating mainly from the early years of his career, with compositions and figural types clearly influenced by Marten de Vos and Frans Floris. Secondly, smaller cabinet pictures of religious, mythological and allegorical subjects, produced mostly during the second half of his life, which were highly prized in courtly circles. He collaborated frequently with other artists, such as Denys van Alsloot or Jan Brueghel the Elder who contributed t Exhibition : Hendrick de Clerck was born in Brussels about 1570. He was probably the pupil of Marten de Vos in Antwerp and possibly also of Joos van Winghe in Brussels. In 1587, he was working in Rome with the Brussels painter, Frans van de Kasteele. He was back in Brussels by 1590, where he painted his first known dated work, a triptych depicting the Holy Kinship. In 1594, he was appointed court painter to the Archduke Ernest and after the latter’s death the following year, Ernest’s brother, the Emperor Rudolf II, interceded on de Clerck’s behalf and arranged for him to serve in the same capacity for the new Archdukes, Albert and Isabella. He was later a member of the Brussels painters’ guild, where his pupil, Jan van Overstraeten, was registered from 1601 to 1611. In 1609, de Clerck and Wenceslas Cobergher were commissioned to decorate the ceiling of the oratorium in the archducal palace in Brussels, subsequently largely destroyed by fire in the eighteenth century. He worked in Brussels for the rest of his career and died there in 1629: he was buried in the Church of Saint-Géry in Brussels on 27 August 1630. The artist’s widow survived him by more than a decade, dying on 14 October 1641. De Clerck’s son, Jacob, was also a painter and became a master in the Brussels guild of St. Luke in 1634.

    Two areas of activity can be clearly distinguished in Hendrick de Clerck’s oeuvre. In the first place, large-scale altarpieces painted for the churches in Brussels (most notably Notre-Dame de la Chapelle) and its environs, dating mainly from the early years of his career, with compositions and figural types clearly influenced by Marten de Vos and Frans Floris. Secondly, smaller cabinet pictures of religious, mythological and allegorical subjects, produced mostly during the second half of his life, which were highly prized in courtly circles. He collaborated frequently with other artists, such as Denys van Alsloot or Jan Brueghel the Elder who contributed t
  • Adriaen Coorte

    Adriaen Coorte

    Other Dealers:
    Also exhibited by:
    Richard Green
    Koetser Gallery
    Haboldt • Pictura
  • GONZALES COQUES

    GONZALES COQUES

  • Cornelis de Heem

    Cornelis de Heem

  • Joos de Momper

    Joos de Momper

  • Gerrit Dou

    Gerrit Dou

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    Also exhibited by:
    Koetser Gallery
  • Cornelis Norbertus Gysbrechts

    Cornelis Norbertus Gysbrechts

  • Jan van der Heyden

    Jan van der Heyden

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    Also exhibited by:
    Koetser Gallery
  • Meindert Hobbema

    Meindert Hobbema

  • Jacob van Hulsdonck

    Jacob van Hulsdonck

    Other Dealers:
    Also exhibited by:
    Richard Green
    Galerie Florence de Voldère
  • Simon Luttichuys

    Simon Luttichuys

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    Also exhibited by:
    Koetser Gallery
    French & Company, LLC
    Haboldt • Pictura
    Also represented by:
    Daatselaar Fine Art | Antiques
  • Abraham Mignon

    Abraham Mignon

    Other Dealers:
    Also exhibited by:
    Richard Green
    Koetser Gallery
  • Rachel Ruysch

    Rachel Ruysch

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    Also exhibited by:
    Richard Green
  • Herman Saftleven

    Herman Saftleven

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    Also exhibited by:
    Richard Green
    Agnews
    Charles Beddington Ltd.
    Koetser Gallery
  • Mathys (Mathieu) Schoevaerdts

    Mathys (Mathieu) Schoevaerdts

    Other Dealers:
    Also exhibited by:
    Richard Green
  • Daniel Seghers

    Daniel Seghers

    Artist's Objects: Other Dealers:
    Also exhibited by:
    Koetser Gallery
  • Frans Snyders

    Frans Snyders

  • Jan Steen

    Jan Steen

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    Also exhibited by:
    Salomon Lilian
    Richard Green
  • Jan Hermansz. van Bijlert

    Jan Hermansz. van Bijlert

  • Esaias van de Velde

    Esaias van de Velde

    Other Dealers:
    Also exhibited by:
    Salomon Lilian
    Koetser Gallery
  • Adriaen Pietersz. van der Venne

    Adriaen Pietersz. van der Venne

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  • Jacob van Walscapelle

    Jacob van Walscapelle

  • Jacob Vrel

    Jacob Vrel

  • Philips Wouwerman

    Philips Wouwerman

    Other Dealers:
    Also exhibited by:
    Koetser Gallery
    Richard Green
    Salomon Lilian
    Åmells
  • Joachim Anthonisz. Wtewael

    Joachim Anthonisz. Wtewael

    Artist's Objects: Other Dealers:
    Also exhibited by:
    Adam Williams Fine Art Ltd