• Impressions of the TEFAF. The largest and most expensive art fair of the world in ancient and modern art.
What struck me:There are more and more pieces with black people and “Moors” or “Turks”. The market is clearly changing. Hopefully a few museums will follow this tendency in the market. A number of works were sold, I heard
A few examples
Jean Joseph Benjamin Constant, Head of a Moor, ca 1875/ Oil on papier on canvas, 45 x 35 cm
Jan Davidsz de Heem, Vanitas
Frans Francken the younger, Adoration, Adoration of the Magi, oil on copper, 69 x 54, 5 cm
Jan Steen, The Marriage of Tobias and Sara, oil on canvas, 80 x 103 cm
John Young ca 1813 (Shapiro rare books)
George French Angas, The Kafirs illustrated, London 1849
Willem Bartsius, Samsom and Delilah
Victory and Fortune, Du Paquier manufacturay, Vienna, ca 1740 (Röbbig München)
Walter Winans, The Mermaid, 1905
Jan Claudius de Cock, Portrait of a moor pageboy, Marble bust, cm 27 x 27
Charles-Henri Joseph Cordier Bust of Said Abdallah of the Mayac, Kingdom of Darfur, 1818
Circle Jeroen Bosch
Pierre Puvis de Chavannes, Le marchand de Tortues a Venise, oil on canvas, 1854, 89 x 117,4 cm
Britsh School circa 1800
Leopold Carl Müller, A Study of an Egyptian Boy, ca 1881, oil on canvas 20,5 x 15 cm.
Willem van Herp, A Bordella Scene with Ladies arousing and drinking with their Client, oils on panel 45,5 x 37,5 cm
Jan Weenix, A Portrait of the merchant A n Goor by a Harbour with a Servant, a Dog and a Monkey, oil on Canvas, 78,3 x 69,6 cm
Anton van Wouw, 1907
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