1700's oil painting on wood

Feb 13, 2018. 22:59 UTC
1700's oil painting on wood
scott
United States of America

Category
Paintings

Acquired from
Inherited

For sale
Yes
Description

oil painting of a relative "Correll" 1700's oil painted on wood. No signature app. 20" x 24" Looks like original frame.

Provenance

My uncle traced family history to 1018 in England and collected every piece from any family member he could find. He worked as librarian of the John Jay Criminal college in New York. "First picture not painting"

Answered within 1 day
Feb 15, 04:25 UTC
By Nora Curl

Fair Market Value

$1,000 - $4,000 USD

Insurance Value

$5,000 USD
What does this mean?

This is an original oil painting of a half-portrait of a male that is potentially identified, though it is not confirmed. The painting itself could have been executed in 1600's, 1700's or even 1800's. It is in the Dutch manner. A previous appraisal states this is in the manner of Michiel Jansz. van Mierevelt (1566 - 1641); however Mierevelt painted in a different style and his works featured highly detailed, lace neck wear. The sitter in this portrait is wearing a simplified neck piece and is without a hat; the majority of portrait paintings, especially of Dutch clergymen would depict the male sitter wearing a hat. In order to be more definitive, a view of the entire backside to study the framing method would be necessary. The estimate is based on actual recent past recorded auction sales of comparables. Retail 'asking prices' can be higher and vary.

Nora curl Feb 15, 04:25 UTC

Please add an image that shows the entire backside - do not remove from frame.

Scott parkman Feb 15, 16:09 UTC

Unfortunately the painting is in my house in North Dakota and I am working in Mexico! won't be back till May. The last 3 pictures are from the back.

Nora curl Feb 15, 16:21 UTC

Understood. Do you have any information on the sitter, Correll?

Scott parkman Feb 15, 16:56 UTC

I found an appraisal from 1967- Marmor Associates 445 east 77th st New York. Done for Howard Washburn Federal house South Lee Mass SEpt. 1st 1967.
the description then was Portrait of Clergyman
Dutch School XVII century
in manner of Van Mierevet
oak panel: Height 29" Width 23"
Ebonized ogee molded wood frame
Hope this helps! Value 1967 $350

Nora curl Feb 15, 17:03 UTC

Thank you for the additional information

This item is for sale

  • Exclusive access for professionals
  • Unlimited number of private messages
  • Buy directly from the seller
  • No subscription or transaction fees
  • Guaranteed return policy

Are you a dealer or private individual interested in purchasing this item? Apply for access to the Mearto Marketplace to communicate directly with the seller for this and thousands of similar items.

Other items from seller
Related items from other collectors