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Gerard Hoet (1648-1733)-Attrib. "The Queen of Sheba and King Solomon", oil on canvas, early 18th c. 4000 EUR - 25% DISCOUNT = 3000,00 EUR
Gerard Hoet (1648-1733)-Attrib. "The Queen of Sheba and King Solomon", oil on canvas, early 18th c.
4000 EUR - 25% DISCOUNT = 3000,00 EUR
Another author's replica of this painting was offered on December 16th 2009 at Christie's New York and then, on the 13th of October 2010, at Vienna auction house "Dorotheum" (see our images nr.11-12).
Gerard Hoet the Elder (1648 Zalt-Bommel - 1733 Den Haag) was a son of glass painter Moses Hoet and father of painters Gerard Hoet the Younger and Hendrik Jacob Hoet. He studied with his father and Poelenburg's pupil Warnard van Rysen. During the war in 1672 he fled to Den Haag, yet soon left it for France and remained in Paris for one year. He then lived for some time in Brussels before moving to Utrecht. In this city he got married and became a member of the local Guild of St.Luke. In 1696, by then - a chairman of this organization, he founded (in cooperation with Hendrick Schoock) the Drawing School of Utrecht.
Our images nr.13-18 show several of his other works that were offered at international art auction market in the last years.
Condition: good; professionally restored
Creation Year: early 18th Century
Measurements: UNFRAMED:45,0x54,0cm/17,7x21,3in FRAMED: 55,0x64,5cm/21,7x25,4in
Object Type: Framed oil painting
Style: Old Master paintings
Technique: oil on canvas
Creator: Gerard Hoet the Elder
Creator Dates: 1648 Zalt-Bommel-1733 Den Haag
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