The Montias Database of 17th Century Dutch Art Inventories

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Inventory  [Voort, Cornelis van der (1625/07/30)]

Inv#.Lot563.0001
Lot0001
Artist[ANONYMOUS]
Entry1 deel ouwe ramen ende lijsten f -:10:--
Number7
SubjectACCESSORY
Typeold frames
Value1.05 |t gulden
BuyerPaulus van der Cleij swager van Louis Elle
Buyer FamilyCleij, Paulus van der
Buyer NotesOn 15 January 1622, Paulus van der Cleij, from Utrecht, 27, living in Utrecht, was betrothed to Petronella Louis, 26, assisted by her father Louis Elle, living bij 't oude mannenhuijs (DTB 421/8). Louis Elle's son Louis Elle II (of R 29146) was the brother-in-law of Paulus van der Cleij (the clerk called him swager). Paulus (Pauwelsz.) van der Cleij, who is certainly our buyer, was the brother of Jan Pauwelsz. van der Cleij I. Paulus van der Cleij may have been an ash dealer. (In the estate of Reynier van Buren, dated 19 December 1634. a debt of 1953 f. for ash owed to Paulus Jansz. Kley was recorded (NA 568, fol. 796, Not. Lamberti)). The son of Jan Pauwelsz. van der Cleij I, named Paulus Jansz. van der Cleij (II), was a goldsmith. According to a deposition dated 13 July 1619, Paulus Jansz. van der Cleij was then 36 years old, thus born in 1583 (NA 199, film 111). Paulus Jansz. van der Cley, goldsmith, paid a tax of 49 f. in 1631, living on the Keysersgracht (Kohier, fol. 184vo, p. 42). On 3 August 1617, he signed a petition of herring merchants to the magistrates of Amsterdam, requesting that they be allowed to process herrings on sundays (Van Dillen, Bronnen tot de geschiedenis van het bedrijfsleven 78(1933), pp. 247-8). When he was named guardian of the two children of Jacob Jansz. Rocher, on 4 November 1621, Paulus Jansz. Cleij was said to be their uncle (he was also presumably the brother of their mother Maritie Jans). The other guardian was Laurens Laurensz. of R 32168 (WK 5073/513, fol. 186). On 10 April 1631, Paulus Jansz. Cleij insinuated Jan Gerritsz. Hooft (cited in the NOTES to R 36765) concerning a dispute that had arisen about a ship, which dispute had been subjected to arbitration (NA 483B, fol. 131, Not. Palm Matthijsz.) On 4 August 1636, a notary insinuated Pauwels Jansz. Cley living on the Keizersgracht and Johannes Hallius living on the Nieuwen Dijck at the request of Joris Pietersz. Mol. Mol wished to declare that the widow of Jan Thysz. Vleeshouder (Vleeshouwer) had died. Cley stated that she indeed had been buried in the New Church. The matter involved her inheritance (NA 889, film 595). On 23 October 1637, Roelandt Elle, pilot of a boat (stuerman), uncle and guardian of Jan Pauwelsz. van de Kleij, the son left by his sister Nelletje (Petronelle) Elle, who was married to the late Pauwels Jansz., goldsmith in his life time, gave a procuration to Israel Dele (NA 751, film 5178, Not. P. van Perssen). Since Paulus Jansz. Kley was a regent of the Spinhuis of Amsterdam in 1641 (Jan Wagenaar, Amsterdam, vol. 2, p. 160), he cannot be identical with the goldsmith Paulus Jansz. van der Cleij who died in 1637. In 1638 Paulus Jansz. Kley was said to be the business partner of Anthony Adriaensz. Conincx (cited in the TEXT of R 121 of Montias1, act of 10 April 1638, cited there). Paulus Jansz. van der Cleij was apparently the brother of Jan Jansz. van der Cleij, a retail hat merchant but also a major real estate speculator (see the NOTES to R 23774). In July 1645 (exact date unknown), Suffrides Haeckema for himself and as heir of Thomas Gerritsen van Staveren and Jan (or Johannes) Kleij (III), divided the inheritance by lots (caverende) due to his father Paulus Jansz. Kleij. There had been an accord between Staveren and Kleij dated 6 April 1630, but a disagreement had arisen about a matter of f. 2,800. The dispute had been submitted to arbitration. The goods inherited by the late Jacob Jansz. Fortuijn were to be transferred to Paulus Jansz. (posthumously?) (NA 998). Petronella van der Cley (II), who married the painter Johannes Collaert, seems to have been the daughter of Paulus van der Cley (I) named after Petronella Louis. On 20 August 1667, the painter Johannes Collaert and Petronella van der Cley, who were apparently man and wife, were sureties for a loan of 373 f. that the painter Emanuel de Wit obtained from Laurens Mauritsz. Doucy (of INVNO 285). De Wit promised, within six weeks, he would finish a painting representing a camer met twee camers insichten (the painting in London's National Gallery?). Upon completion Doucy would return to De Wit two church paintings and the new fish market (all three by De Wit) which were deposited in his house. On 28 August, Emanuel de Wit promised to finish the painting representing a camer to the best of his ability within 6 weeks and to deliver by the 22nd (September?) all the paintings deposited with Doucy to Collaert and his wife, so they could sell them if De Wit did not fulfill his promise. Further De Wit promised to finish within two weeks a painting of a Predicatie and to deliver it to Collaert. In case of failure, he would have to forfeit 72 f. (Oud Holland 4(1886), p. 301). There were six paintings by De Witte in the Doucy inventory (INVNO 285).
Buyer OccupationMerchant (largescale) |a Fish dealer
Montias2 Record#43863
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Inv#.Lot563.0002
Lot0002
Artist[ANONYMOUS]
Entry1 deel ditto [ouwe ramen ende lijsten] f 1: 2:--
Number7
SubjectACCESSORY
Typeold frames
Value1.1 |t gulden
BuyerHans van Outen
Buyer NotesThe name of the buyer is also written Hans van Houten (R 20169.)
Montias2 Record#20051
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Inv#.Lot563.0003
Lot0003
Artist[ANONYMOUS]
Entry1 deel ditto [ouwe ramen ende lijsten] f 0:18:--
Number7
SubjectACCESSORY
Typeold frames
Value0.9 |t gulden
BuyerJacob Leon in de Reestraet in den huijse van Scharbier
Buyer NotesOn the buyer, see R 20166. On [Jacob] Scharbier, a frequent buyer at Orphan Chamber auctions, see R 20309.
Buyer OccupationArtist |a painter
Montias2 Record#20052
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Inv#.Lot563.0004
Lot0004
Artist[ANONYMOUS]
Entry1 deel ditto [oude ramen ende lijsten] f 0:18:--
Number7
SubjectACCESSORY
Typeold frames
Value0.9 |t gulden
BuyerHans van Outen voors.
Buyer NotesThe name of the buyer is also spelled Hans van Houten (see R 20169).
Montias2 Record#20053
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Inv#.Lot563.0005
Lot0005
Artist[ANONYMOUS]
Entry1 deel ditto [oude ramen ende lijsten] f -:10:--
Number7
SubjectACCESSORY
Typeold frames
Value0.5 |t gulden
BuyerBarend Jansz. swager van de Maijor
Buyer FamilyJansz., Barend, swager van de Maijor
Buyer NotesIt is not clear whether the buyer is identical with Barend Jansz. Porceleijn (R 7661) or with Barent Jansz. Lombert of R 20461, with both, or with neither. One individual named Barend Jansz., who was a bookkeeper of the Huiszittenhuis, attended a Remonstrant meeting in 1617 but was himself Counter-Remonstrant (Wagenaar, Amsterdam, vol. 2, p. 461). There was also a barber/surgeon named Barend Jansz. This barber/surgeon, whose life dates were 1602-1649, had the family name Drost. He was probably the brother of Claes Jansz. Drost, ebony (and frame) maker and of the painter (and Rembrandt pupil) Willem Drost, born in 1633 (Dudok van Heel in Jaarboek C.B.G. 79(1992), p.18). De Maijor is probably Pieter Pietersz. Hasselaer (1583-1651), who was sergeant-majoor of the civil militia in 1625 (Van Dillen, Documenten betreffende de politieke en kerkelijke twisten, Bijdragen en mededeelingen van het Historisch Genootschap (Utrecht), 59(1938), p. 241). Pieter Pietersz. Hasselaer married Aeghe Hooft, daughter of Cornelis Pietersz. Hooft and of Anna Jacobsdr. Blaeu in 1608. He was thus the brother-in-law of Advocate Pieter Jansz. Cloeck of R 32463 (Elias, Vroedschap, p. 369.) But the buyer is more likely to be Pieter's brother Nicolaes Pietersz. Hasselaer (1593-1635) who was named Captain-major of the krijgsvolk of Amsterdam in January 1626. He was called Major Nikolaes Hasselaer in 1626, thus some months after the present lot was sold (Wagenaar, Amsterdam, vol. 1, p. 490). He married Geertruijd van Erp on 29 December 1619. After her death, he remarried with Sara Wolphaerts van Diemen on 14 August 1622 (Elias, Vroedschap, p. 206). She was the sister of Christina Wolphaerts van Diemen who married Nicolaes Balestel de jonge of R 36475. Sara Wolphaerts and Christina Wolphaerts van Diemen were the sisters of Gerrit Wolphaertsz. van Diemen (1548-1611), a merchant and leather dealer born in Antwerp (but of Amsterdam origin) (Gelderblom, Zuid-Nederlandse kooplieden, p. 299). In 1631, de Majoor Haselaar en sijn kindt, living on the O.Z. Voorburchwal, paid a tax of 450 f. (Kohier, fol. 241, p. 55). It is not clear how Barend Jansz. (whichever he was) was related to either of the two Hasselaers.
Montias2 Record#20054
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Inv#.Lot563.0006
Lot0006
Artist[ANONYMOUS]
Entry1 deel ditto [oude ramen ende lijsten] f -:10:--
Number7
SubjectACCESSORY
Typeold frames
Value0.5 |t gulden
BuyerDirck Hermansz. opt St. Anne dwaerstraet
Buyer NotesOn the buyer, see R 20213.
Montias2 Record#20055
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Inv#.Lot563.0007
Lot0007
Artist[ANONYMOUS]
Entry1 groote vergulde lijst f 1:10:--
Number7
SubjectACCESSORY
Typegilded frame
Value1.5 |t gulden
BuyerDirck Hermansz. voors.
Buyer NotesOn the buyer, see R 20213.
Montias2 Record#20056
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Inv#.Lot563.0008
Lot0008
Artist[ANONYMOUS]
Entry1 deel paneel werck f 1: 1:--
Number7
SubjectACCESSORY
Typepannels
Value1.05 |t gulden
BuyerLouijs De Pree knecht in huijs
Buyer FamilyPree (Pret), Louijs de
Buyer NotesOn 25 November 1619, Bernaert van Someren, Willem den Bundel, Adriaen van Nyeulant, and Louys du Pret, about 30 years old, alle gerenommeerde schilders, appeared at the request of (the painter) Jacob van Nyeulant to testify that a painting that had been sold by Pieter de Wit to Franchoys Seghers was really by Caravaggio (Oud Holland 4(1886), p. 8.) On Pieter de Wit (or With), see R 21359. On 1 July 1625, Louwys du Pree, about 34 years old, presently lieutenant in the service of the city of Venice, and Michiel van de Sande (painter), about 42, made a declaration at the request of Willem Duyster (painter) concerning a fight that the painters Willem Duyster and Pieter Codde (of R 32514) had had in an inn tenanted by Barend van Someren (of R 20424) (for details see the NOTES to R 32514). It is curious that Louis du Pre was said to be a Lieutenant in the service of Venice a month before the present sale, at which the clerk identified him as knecht in de huis, thus as an apprentice or journey man for Cornelis van der Voort. Pieter Raes was probably a near- relative of Catherina Raes (the daughter of Thomas Raes), who married Adriaen van Nieulandt in 1609 (R 20925). On 18 September 1642, Louis de Pre witnessed the sale by the widow Barend van Someren of a house to Anthony du Gardin (Bredius, Kunstler-inventare, p. 806).
Buyer OccupationArtist |a Painter
Montias2 Record#20057
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Inv#.Lot563.0009[a]
Lot0009[a]
Artist[ANONYMOUS]
Entry2 tronien ende peneel werck f 1: 3:--
Titletronie
Number31
SubjectFACE
Typepainting
Value1.15 |t gulden
BuyerLucas Luce bij de Varckenssluijs
Buyer NotesOn Lucas Luce, see R 20173.
Buyer OccupationArtist |a Painter
Montias2 Record#20058
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Inv#.Lot563.0009[b]
Lot0009[b]
Artist[ANONYMOUS]
Entry2 tronien en wat peneel werck f 1: 3:--
Titletronie
Number31
SubjectFACE
Typepainting
Value1.15 |t gulden
BuyerLucas Luce bij de Varckenssluijs
Buyer NotesOn Lucas Luce, see R 20173.
Buyer OccupationArtist |a Painter
Montias2 Record#20059
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Inv#.Lot563.0010
Lot0010
Artist[ANONYMOUS]
Entrymans tronien ende peneel werck f 2:15:--
Titletronien
Number31
SubjectFACE
Typepainting
Value2.75 |t gulden
BuyerBenedicus Schaeck aldernaest de Sperwer
Buyer NotesOn the buyer, see R 20912.
Buyer OccupationMerchant (largescale)
Montias2 Record#20060
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Inv#.Lot563.0011
Lot0011
Artist[ANONYMOUS]
Entry1 deel vrouwe ende mans tronien f 2: 7:--
Titlevrouwe ende mans tronien
Number31
SubjectFACE
Typepainting
Value2.35 |t gulden
BuyerLucas Luce voors.
Buyer NotesOn the buyer, see R 20173.
Buyer OccupationArtist |a Painter
Montias2 Record#20061
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Inv#.Lot563.0012
Lot0012
Artist[ANONYMOUS]
Entry1 deel vrouwe tronien f 2: 7:--
Titlevrouwe tronien
Number31
SubjectFACE
Typepainting
Value2.35 |t gulden
BuyerDirck Pietersz. in de Calverstraet [Bontepaert]
Buyer NotesOn the buyer, see R 20948.
Buyer OccupationArtist |a Painter
Montias2 Record#20141
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Inv#.Lot563.0013
Lot0013
Artist[ANONYMOUS]
Entry1 deel verscheijde tronien f 2:10:--
Titletronien
Number31
SubjectFACE
Typepainting
Value2.5 |t gulden
BuyerBastiaen Mus in de Vriesensteech
Buyer FamilyMus (Musch), Bastiaen
Buyer NotesOn April 25, 1625, Bastiaen Musch, from Embden, painter, 25 years, living in de Vriesensteegh, was betrothed to Grietje Jans van Veelen, from Ransdorp, 22, assisted by Hendrick Boelensz. (DTB 430/54). Hendrick Dircksen Boelensz. of R 31402 was married to Femmetge Gerards van Veelen, who was the aunt of Grietje Jans van Veelen (betrothal, 11 May 1607) (NOTES to R 29987.) On the very next day after his betrothal Bastiaen Musch took on a pupil named Gossen Hogehuys. Henrick Dircksz., vergulder, representing the guardians of Hoogehuys, apprenticed the young man to Musch for the next three years for 20 gulden a year (Van Dillen, Bronnen tot de geschiedenis van het bedrijfsleven 78(1933), pp. 572-3).
Buyer OccupationArtist |a Painter
Montias2 Record#20142
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Inv#.Lot563.0014
Lot0014
Artist[ANONYMOUS]
Entry2 penelen f 1:11--
Number7
SubjectACCESSORY
Typepannels
Value1.55 |t gulden
BuyerPhilips Vinckboons opde hoeck vande Salmandersteegh
Buyer FamilyVinckboons (Vingboons), Philips
Buyer NotesThe buyer was the future architect Philips Vingboons, born in Amsterdam in 1607/1608, the son of the painter David Vinckboons of R 20913. On 21 April 1645, Philip Vingbooms, from Amsterdam, 37 years old, living in the Breestraet, assisted by his brother Jan Vinckeboom, was betrothed to Petronella Questiers, from Amsterdam, 26, assisted by Lijsbeth Questiers, her mother, living in the Warmoesstraet (Oud Holland, 27(1909), p. 198). Petronella Questiers was the daughter of Salomon Davidsz. Questier, pumpmaker from Leiden, and the sister of David Questiers, dealer in lead, who witnessed the inventory of Aert de Conincx of INVNO 161. David Questiers was also a poet as was his sister (?) Catharina Questiers (see J.W. Unger, Vondeliana Oud Holland 2(1884), p.300). On 12 June 1662, Petronella Questiers, wife of sr. Philips Vingboons, declared at the request of the widow of the apothecary Hendrick Indyck that, in their presence, Jacobus Indyck and (the painter) Barent Graet had made a great commotion while he (the apothecary) lay dying and claimed that they were the landlords of the house and that she, the widow, had nothing to say about it (Bredius, Künstler-inventare, pp.1326-7). Catharina Questiers, married to Joan de Hoest, coming from the Warmoesstraet, was buried on 1 February 1669; the clock was rung for 3 hours (R.C.) (Oud Holland 3(1885), p. 309). Jan de Hoest's portrait was painted by Adiaen van Ostade. The post-mortem inventory of Jan de Hoest, widower of Catharina Questiers, was drawn up in 1673. It contained two religious paintings by Pieter Quast (Bredius, Künstler-inventare, p. 274). Jan or Johannes Vingboons (1617-1670) was a cartographer for the V.O.C., an engraver and a publisher. Phlips Vingboons died in 1678. He was only 17 years old at the time of the sale.
Buyer OccupationArtist |a Musician |a Architect
Montias2 Record#20143
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Inv#.Lot563.0015[a]
Lot0015[a]
Artist[ANONYMOUS]
Entry3 vrouwe tronien f 3: 7:--
Titletronie
Number31
SubjectFACE
Typepainting
Value1.11 |t gulden
BuyerPieter Lastman over de Suijderkerck
Buyer NotesOn the buyer, see R 20157.
Buyer OccupationArtist |a Painter
Montias2 Record#20144
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Inv#.Lot563.0015[b]
Lot0015[b]
Artist[ANONYMOUS]
Entry3 vrouwe tronien f 3: 7:--
Titletronie
Number31
SubjectFACE
Typepainting
Value1.11 |t gulden
BuyerPieter Lastman over de Suijderkerck
Buyer NotesOn the buyer, see R 20157.
Buyer OccupationArtist |a Painter
Montias2 Record#20145
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Inv#.Lot563.0015[c]
Lot0015[c]
Artist[ANONYMOUS]
Entry3 vrouwe tronien f 3: 7:--
Titletronie
Number31
SubjectFACE
Typepainting
Value1.11 |t gulden
BuyerPieter Lastman over de Suijderkerck
Buyer NotesOn the buyer, see R 20157.
Buyer OccupationArtist |a Painter
Montias2 Record#20146
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Inv#.Lot563.0016
Lot0016
Artist[ANONYMOUS]
Entry2 penelen f 2:17:--
Number7
SubjectACCESSORY
Typepannels
Value2.85 |t gulden
BuyerPieter Pietersz. opt Ruslandt
Buyer NotesOn the buyer, see R 30980.
Buyer OccupationArtist |a Painter
Montias2 Record#20147
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Inv#.Lot563.0017[a]
Lot0017[a]
Artist[ANONYMOUS]
Entry3 tronien f 3: 5:--
Titletronie
Number31
SubjectFACE
Typepainting
Value1.08 |t gulden
BuyerHans Cooplet opt hoeckgen van de Slijckstraet
Buyer FamilyCooplet (Couplet), Hans
Buyer NotesThe buyer, Hans Cooplet or Couplet, was a painter. In 1622, he contracted with Hendrick Tielmans, beer carrier, to instruct the latter's son, Dirck Hendricksz., 12 years old, in the art of painting for three years. The father will pay 150 gulden and the mother 50 gulden (Van Dillen, Bronnen tot de geschiedenis van het bedrijfsleven R.G.P. 78(1933), p. 460).
Buyer OccupationArtist |a Painter
Montias2 Record#20148
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Inv#.Lot563.0017[b]
Lot0017[b]
Artist[ANONYMOUS]
Entry3 tronien f 3: 5:--
Titletronie
Number31
SubjectFACE
Typepainting
Value1.08 |t gulden
BuyerHans Cooplet opt hoeckgen van de Slijckstraet
Buyer NotesOn the buyer, see R 20148.
Buyer OccupationArtist |a Painter
Montias2 Record#20149
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Inv#.Lot563.0017[c]
Lot0017[c]
Artist[ANONYMOUS]
Entry3 tronien f 3: 5:--
Titletronie
Number31
SubjectFACE
Typepainting
Value1.08 |t gulden
BuyerHans Cooplet opt hoeckgen van de Slijckstraet
Buyer NotesOn the buyer, see R 20148.
Buyer OccupationArtist |a Painter
Montias2 Record#20150
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Inv#.Lot563.0018
Lot0018
Artist[ANONYMOUS]
Entry3 panelen f 4: 1:--
Number7
SubjectACCESSORY
Typepannels
Value4.05 |t gulden
BuyerDirck Pietersz. Bontepaert
Buyer NotesOn the buyer, see R 20948.
Buyer OccupationArtist |a Painter
Montias2 Record#20151
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Inv#.Lot563.0019
Lot0019
Artist[ANONYMOUS]
Entry1 doeck f 1:11:--
Number7
SubjectACCESSORY
Typecanvas
Value1.55 |t gulden
BuyerPieter Lastman voors.
Buyer NotesOn the buyer, see R 20157.
Buyer OccupationArtist |a Painter
Montias2 Record#20152
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Inv#.Lot563.0020
Lot0020
Artist[ANONYMOUS]
Entry1 doeck in een raem f 3: 8:--
Number7
SubjectACCESSORY
Typea canvas in a stretcher
Value3.4 |t gulden
BuyerPieter Lastman voors.
Buyer NotesOn the buyer, see R 20157.
Buyer OccupationArtist |a Painter
Montias2 Record#20153
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Inv#.Lot563.0021
Lot0021
Artist[ANONYMOUS]
Entry2 doecken in ramen f 1:15:--
Number7
SubjectACCESSORY
Type2 canvases in stretchers
Value3.4 |t gulden
BuyerPieter Lastman voors.
Buyer NotesOn the buyer, see R 20157.
Buyer OccupationArtist |a Painter
Montias2 Record#20154
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Inv#.Lot563.0022[a]
Lot0022[a]
Artist[ANONYMOUS]
Entry2 mans tronien ende 1 paneel f 2: 2:--
Titletronie
Number31
SubjectFACE
Typepainting
Value1.05 |t gulden
BuyerDirck Pietersz. Bontepaert
Buyer NotesOn the buyer, see R 20948,
Buyer OccupationArtist |a Painter
Montias2 Record#20155
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Inv#.Lot563.0022[b]
Lot0022[b]
Artist[ANONYMOUS]
Entry2 mans tronien ende 1 paneel f 2: 2:--
Titletronie
Number31
SubjectFACE
Typepainting
Value1.05 |t gulden
BuyerDirck Pietersz. Bontepaert
Buyer NotesOn the buyer, see R 20948.
Buyer OccupationArtist |a Painter
Montias2 Record#20156
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Inv#.Lot563.0023
Lot0023
Artist[ANONYMOUS]
Entry1 doeck in een raem f 3:--:--
Number7
SubjectACCESSORY
Typecanvas in stretcher
Value3 |t gulden
BuyerPieter Lastman voors.
Buyer FamilyLastman, Pieter
Buyer NotesThe buyer was the Amsterdam painter Pieter Lastman, active in Amsterdam 1609-1633. In a deposition of 25 November 1619, Bernaerdt van Someren (of R 20424), about 47, Willem van den Bundel (of R 27526), 43, Pieter Lastman, 36, Adriaen van Nyeulant (of R 20925), and Louys du Pret, 30, all renouwned painters, declared at the request of Jacob van Nyeulant (of R 27331), representing Franchoys Seghers, living in Antwerp, that the painting of the Crucifixion of St. Andries, to the best of their knowledge, which was bought by Franchoijs Seghers from Pieter de Wit (perhaps of R 21359) was an original by Michael Angelo Caravagio (Oud Holland 4(1886), p. 7). His parents were Pieter Zegersz. (bode of the Orphan Chamber from 1572 to 1579) and the uitdraagster Barbara Jacobs (of R 27873). His brothers were the painter and engraver Claes Lastman, the goldsmith Zeger Pietersz. (Koningh) (of R 32330), Cent Jacobsz. Hardingh, Jacob Pietersz. Hardingh and Dirck Lastman. He also had a sister named Agnietje (ibid. p. 6). Jan Lievens was his pupil in 1620, Rembrandt in 1624. On 1 May 1632, Cornelis Claesz., grave-maker of the Zuidekerck, 55, made a deposition at the request of Pieter Lastman. He declared that 8 years ago, he had asked the late Cornelis Jansz. Valckenier (of R 26517), one of the church masters of the Zuijdekerck, about the house in the Breestraet where the pulpit (Preckstoel) is carved into the gevel. The house was overlapping (springende op) the cemetary. Valckenier said that there was a three-foot plot, of which part could still be seen, that apparently belonged to the house and which the gravemaker should keep away from (i.e. in digging graves). Cornelis Claes had concluded that the house had its exit on the side of the Zuijdkerck cemetary. This exit was now closed. (The house was either the one owned by Lastman or the one next door) (NA 991, fol. 19vo, Not. J. Bosch). On 5 January 1638, Cent Jacobsz. Hardingh appeared before Notary Lamberti and declared that Barent Hendricksz. and Seger Pietersz., his uncles, had had two river barges built or completed to which they had contributed 600 f for their half share and toward buying the guild right (probably of the river barge pilots) and other costs (NA 598, fol 499-500, Not. Lamberti).
Buyer OccupationArtist |a Painter
Montias2 Record#20157
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Inv#.Lot563.0024
Lot0024
Artist[ANONYMOUS]
Entry1 uts. [doeck in raem] f 3: 2:--
Number7
SubjectACCESSORY
Typecanvas in stretcher
Value3.1 |t gulden
BuyerPaulus van Hillegaert opde Rosegracht
Buyer FamilyHillegaert, Paulus van
Buyer NotesThe buyer was the battle-painter Paulus van Hillegaert, born in Amsterdam in 1596, active from 1620 on, in Amsterdam and The Hague. He was the son of Francoys Hillegaert, kockermacker (maker of a sort of women's dresses), and Janneken Spierinx (as a document below makes clear). On 27 June 1620, Paulus van Hillegaard, 24 years old, living on the Rosegracht (as he was still 5 years later when the sale took place) was betrothed to Anna Hoomis of Antwerp, 27 years of age, assisted by Susanne Sohier, her mother, living in the Houttuynen op de binnenamstel (DTB 424/290, cited in Oud Holland, 3(1885), p. 150). This Susanne Sohier does not seem to be identical with the woman of that name who was betrothed to the rich merchant Jacques Mercier on 27 May 1611, since this Susanna Sohier was said to be 28 years old at the time. If she was born c. 1583, she would only have been 37 years old in 1620 and could not have had a daughter who was 27 years old. By his marriage Paulus van Hillegaerd became the brother-in-law of the painter Gerrit Lunden (Briels, Vlaamse schilders, 1997, p. 337). He may have been portrayed by Niclaes Elias in 1639 in the group portrait of the Corporaalschap of Captain Dirck Theulingh (of R 27472) and Lieutenant Pieter Adriaensz. Raep (Blankert, Amsterdams Historisch Museum, p. 114). On 23 February 1632, Michiel Jacobsz., bargeman, 50, Gerrit Opensz., 26, and Paulus Hillegaert, 36, made a deposition at the request of Jan van Herp, commissary of convoys and licenses (NA 372, Not. W. Cluyt). Paulus Hillegaert was buried on 10 February 1640. (Briels, ibid.) He had apparently remarried with Cornelia de Vlieger who, as his widow, made a deposition on 28 April 1660, assisted by Barent Cornelisz. Kleyneknecht, shipper and painter. She was living on the Regulierspad in front of the Regulierstor in Amsterdam (Bredius, Künstler-inventare p.359). On 31 October 1640, Francoys Hillegart, kokermacker, appeared before the Orphan Chamber on behalf of Francoys, 19, and Pouwels, 8, the two children left by Pouwels Hillegart, painter, the appearer's son, and declared that they were entitled to 4,000 f. from the inheritance of Janneken Spierincx, the appearer's wife, their grandmother (WK 5073/789). Frans or Francois Hillegaert II became a painter like his brother Paulus. He was buried on 2 July 1660 (Bredius, op.cit. p.830). From an attestation of 14 March 1636, where both father (age 72) and son (age 40) testified to the good reputation of Pieter Janssen, house carpenter, it would appear that Franchoijs Hillegaert (I) was 77 in 1640 (NA 521, film 6505, Not. Westfrisius). The house on the Rosengracht was still in the possession of Franchoijs Hillegaert when his wife Janneken Spierings died c. 1640 (NA 1267, film 1346, Notary Pieter Barcman, about 3 November 1640). On 12 June 1671, Abraham Francen (portrayed by Rembrandt) declared at the request of Francois van Hillegaert (III) that he had very well known the requirant's great grandfather, Francois van Hillegaert (I), kockemacker, who had had a son the battle painter Paulus van Hillegaert. The latter had a son named Francois, now deceased, who had been a painter. This Francois van Hillegaert (II) was the father of the requirant, who was also a painter. Abraham Francen had not only known Francois van Hillegaert (III) but was aware that he had moved from the Lauriersdwarstraat to the Regulierspat (Bredius, op. cit. p. 830). On 2 March 1689, Susanna Homis, widow of Francois van Hillegaert (III), guaranteed a loan to the physician Jacob Furnerius (ibid.), who was probably a close relative of the Rembrandt pupil Abraham Furnerius, son of Dr. Johannes Furnerius. Cornelia, the daughter of Dr. Johannes Furnerius, was married to Philips de Koninck.
Buyer OccupationArtist |a Painter
Montias2 Record#20158
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Inv#.Lot563.0025[a]
Lot0025[a]
Artist[ANONYMOUS]
Entry3 tronien ende 1 doeck f 1: 8:--
Titletronie
Number31
SubjectFACE
Typepainting
Value0.47 |t gulden
BuyerBarent Jansz. voors.
Buyer NotesOn the buyer, see R 7661.
Montias2 Record#20159
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Inv#.Lot563.0025[b]
Lot0025[b]
Artist[ANONYMOUS]
Entry3 tronien ende 1 doeck f 1: 8:--
Titletronie
Number31
SubjectFACE
Typepainting
Value0.47 |t gulden
BuyerBarent Jansz. voors.
Buyer NotesOn the buyer, see R 7661.
Montias2 Record#20160
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Inv#.Lot563.0025[c]
Lot0025[c]
Artist[ANONYMOUS]
Entry3 tronien ende 1 doeck f 1: 8:--
Titletronie
Number31
SubjectFACE
Typepainting
Value0.47 |t gulden
BuyerBarent Jansz. voors.
Buyer NotesOn the buyer, see R 7661.
Montias2 Record#20161
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Inv#.Lot563.0026
Lot0026
Artist[ANONYMOUS]
Entry1 eesel f -:13:--
Number7
SubjectACCESSORY
Typeeasel
Value0.65 |t gulden
Buyerswager van Louis Elle
Buyer NotesThe buyer is probably Paulus van Cleij, called swager van Louis Elle (of R 29146) in R 43863.
Buyer OccupationMerchant (largescale) |a Fish dealer
Montias2 Record#20162
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Inv#.Lot563.0027
Lot0027
Artist[ANONYMOUS]
Entry1 raem ende eesel f 0:12:--
Number7
SubjectACCESSORY
Typeeasel and stretcher
Value0.6 |t gulden
Buyersolvit [cash sale]
Montias2 Record#20163
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Inv#.Lot563.0028
Lot0028
Artist[ANONYMOUS]
Entry2 eesels 1 groot ende 1 kleijn f 1:11:--
Number7
SubjectACCESSORY
Type2 easels
Value1.55 |t gulden
BuyerHans Coplet voors.
Buyer NotesOn the buyer, see R 20148.
Buyer OccupationArtist |a Painter
Montias2 Record#20164
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Inv#.Lot563.0029
Lot0029
Artist[ANONYMOUS]
Entry2 houte lee wijff f 3: 5:--
Number7
SubjectACCESSORY
Type2 wooden female models
Value3.25 |t gulden
BuyerPieter Pietersz. opt Ruslandt voors.
Buyer NotesOn the buyer, see R 30980.
Buyer OccupationArtist |a Painter
Montias2 Record#20165
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Inv#.Lot563.0030
Lot0030
Artist[ANONYMOUS]
Entry1 uts. [houte lee wijff] f 10:--:--
Titlelee wijf
Number33
SubjectMAN, WOMAN, PERSONS
Typewooden female model
Value10 |t gulden
BuyerJacob Lion
Buyer FamilyLion (Lyon), Jacob
Buyer NotesThe buyer was the painter Jacob Lyon de Fuijter, active in Amsterdam from 1620 to 1648. He was a specialist in group portraits. On 28 July 1637, Jacob Lion, painter, 50, the honorable Pieter van Sort (?), merchant, 35, Symon Hendricksz., schuytwercker, 46, Albert Dircksz., shoemaker, Jan Hendricksz., frame-maker, 40, and Marietge Melis, wife of Cryn Fransz., shipper to Utrecht, 22, all living in the Huydestraet, declared at the request of Susannetge [...] that they had known Susannetgen and that she had behaved properly at all times (NA 919, film 1150). On 6 September 1645, Magdalena van Ebelen, wife of Jacob Lion, painter, about 55 years old, living on the Keysersgracht in 't Wapen van Oostvrieslandt, next to the soap-boiling works de drie Spiegels, and Thys Pietersz. Croock, painter, 46 years old, living in the St. Jansstraet in 't groene Ledecant, declared at the request of Mayke Vincks and Janneke van Mutzele, the wife of Pieter Vinck (the brother of Abraham Vinck), that they had both known Abraham Vinck, a painter and a portraitist during his life, who had lived on the corner of the Oude Doelenstraet near the Varckesluijs, where he had died. Magdalena van Ebelen had helped to finish (opmacken) the works that Vinck had left unfinished at the time of his death (Bredius, Künstler-inventare, p. 136n of the Nachträge and Oud Holland 36(1918), pp. 201). ). Jacob Lyon I was the father of the painter Jacob Leon II, from The Hague, who was 20, when he was betrothed to Sara Pieters from Amsterdam in 1639. He was assisted by his mother Magdalena van Emelen (Ebelen) (Briels, Zuidnederlandse immigratie, p. 191).
Buyer OccupationArtist |a painter
Montias2 Record#20166
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Inv#.Lot563.0031
Lot0031
Artist[ANONYMOUS]
Entry1 houte leeman f 0:17:--
Titleleeman
Number33
SubjectMAN, WOMAN, PERSONS
Typewooden male model
Value0.85 |t gulden
BuyerDirck Hermansz. voors.
Buyer NotesOn the buyer, see R 20213.
Montias2 Record#20167
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Inv#.Lot563.0032
Lot0032
Artist[ANONYMOUS]
Entry1 deel platten verffen ende 1 beeldt op doeck f 1:--:--
Title[untitled]
Number99
SubjectUNKNOWN SUBJECT
Typepainting
Value1 |t gulden
Buyersolvit [cash sale]
Montias2 Record#20168
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Inv#.Lot563.0033
Lot0033
Artist[ANONYMOUS]
Entry1 vrijfsteen met een loper f 18: 5:--
Number7
SubjectACCESSORY
Typerubbing stone and compas
Value18.25 |t gulden
BuyerHans van Houten
Buyer FamilyHouten, Hans van
Buyer NotesThe buyer was a painter, born in Antwerp around 1578 and active in Amsterdam from 1615 on. On 13 June 1616, Hans van Houten, painter, declared that he had been living for three months in the house of a widow (Bredius, Künstler-inventare, p. 1004.) Bredius suggested that Hans van Houten may be the father of the painter Carel van Houten, this appears implausible since Carel van Houten, fish dealer and painter, was said to be 35 years old in a deposition dated 26 August 1636 (Hans van Houten only married in 1620) (NA 995, Not. G. Coren). On 15 October 1620, Hans van Houten, painter, from Antwerp, 42 years old, no living parents, having lived for 5 1/2 years in the Nes, was betrothed to Barbara Karsboom, 40, also from Antwerp (DTB 668/355, cited by Briels in Vlaamse schilders, 1997, p. 342). Hans van Houten was the brother of Clara van Houten, who was married to the tailor (cleermacker) Wouter Gysbertsz., cited in an inventory of the orphan chamber dated 18 December 1622. He lived and died in a house called het Paersche Laken on the Gasthuyssteech. Their children were named Manuel, Grietgen, Clara, Gysbert and Anneken (WK 5073/789). Hans van Houten seems to be identical with Hans Verhouten of R 20014. If he is identical with the Hans van Houten whose insolvent inventory was taken on 22 April 1660 (DBK 5072/365, INVNO 1152), he would have been about 82 years old in 1660. It may have been another person, perhaps his son. In any case there is no evidence of painter's activity in the insolvent inventory.
Buyer OccupationArtist |a Painter
Montias2 Record#20169
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Inv#.Lot563.0034
Lot0034
Artist[ANONYMOUS]
Entry1 uts. [vrijfsteen met een loper] f 0:13:--
Number7
SubjectACCESSORY
Typerubbing stone and compas
Value0.65 |t gulden
Buyersolvit
Montias2 Record#20170
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Inv#.Lot563.0035
Lot0035
Artist[ANONYMOUS]
Entry1 uts. [vrijfsteen met een loper] f 20:--:--
Number7
SubjectACCESSORY
Typerubbing stone and compas
Value20 |t gulden
BuyerHans Lemeer goutleer macker opt Bolwerck
Buyer FamilyLemeer, Hans (Maire, Hans, le)
Buyer NotesAccording to a deposition of 9 November 1635, Hans le Maire, gilded leather maker, was born about 1586 (he was 49 at the time of the deposition). The deposition, concerning leather hangings hung in the house of Jan Raphoen on the Deventer Houtmarckt, was made at the request of Abraham Willemsz. van Beyerlant of R 33141 (NA 695A, film 4981). Hans le Maire seems to have been the brother of Catharina le Maire, who was the first wife of Pieter le Febvre I of INVNO 643. In 1606, Hans le Meer, living in 't Wapen van Venets in the Warmoesstraet, bought lots for 12 st. in the Haarlem lottery (GAA, 11/26 F 75). On 23 November 1619, Hans le Maire, from Aken, widower of Philippine van Moerenval, maker of gilded leather, was betrothed to Catharina Kick, from Delft, 20, assisted by her mother Adriana de Bray (DTB 424/66). In a document of 4 February 1621, Hans le Maire, maker of gilded leather, ceded to his sister Hester le Maire and to his brother-in-law Pieter le Febre all his gilded leather stock and equipment and debts owed to him against debts he had incurred with his sister and swager. Among the assets: f. 757: 1:-- for various furnitures brought to the marriage by Catharina Kieck. The total came to f. 11,412 (Van Dillen, Bronnen tot de geschiedenis van het bedrijfsleven R.G.P. 78(1933), p. 394). The sister of Catharina Kick, named Margrieta Willems Kick (1601-1653), married the painter Willem Cornelisz. Duyster (1599-1635) in 1631. Her brother Simon Willemsz. Kick (1603-1652) married Christina (Stijntgen) Cornelis Duyster, sister of Willem Duyster in 1631. On 3 March 1624, Simon (Willemsz) Kick was a witness to the baptism of Johannes, the son of Hans Lemier (Lemaire) and Katlyn Kick (Bredius, Künstler-inventare, p. 31 of the Nachträge). Simon's son, Cornelis Simonsz. Kick (1634-1681), was also a painter (information on the Kick and Duyster families kindly communicated by S. Middelhoek). He married Cornelia Spaaroogh, the daughter of Claes Hermansz. Spaaroogh of INVNO 131 in 1661 (see R 40 in Montias1). Hans le Maire made gilded leather wall coverings. Whereas previously Spanish gilded leather had only been half gilded, he was apparently the first to gild leather fully. Because his products were more expensive, he initially had problems finding customers (De Navorscher, 8(1858), pp. 248-9.) On 17 January 1617, the Burgomasters of Amsterdam resolved to give Hans le Maire an interest-free loan of 2000 f. and to provide him with housing to attract him to the city to carry on his business for a period of 6 years (Van Dillen, Bronnen tot de geschiedenis van het bedrijfsleven, R.G.P. 78(1933), pp. 223-4). On 1 November 1627, Jean le Roux, merchant in Amsterdam, and Hans le Maire signed a contract whereby Hans le Maire undertook to buy and Le Roux to sell 16,000 calf hides yearly at 25 f. a piece (Van Dillen, op.cit. p. 639). On 17 January 1630, Hans le Maire signed a contract with a goudslager (who beat gold into thin sheets) named Gerrit Allertsz. according to the terms of which Allertsz. would deliver as many sheets or blades of fine silver as Le Maire would require (Van Dillen, Bronnen, op.cit. 78(1933), p. 741). On 13 December 1630, Le Maire notified the merchant Jean le Roux that he would send on the next day one or more of his workers (knechten) to sample the calf skins that Le Roux said were ready. He would pay for 100 rather than 104 skins. Le Roux answered the notary that Le Maire's behavior showed that he had neither money nor honor. I had told him the skins were ready but he didn't do anything about it. Now that he knows I have sold them, he notifies me that he is ready to get an 'uijtschot' (discount) (Van Dillen, ibid., pp. 741-2). In 1631, Hans la Meijre, presumed to be the same individual, paid a tax of 30 f., at which time he lived on the Rappenburg (near the Bolwerck ?) (Kohier, fol. 163, p. 38). On 16 July 1636, Hans le Maire, maker of gilded leather, and Catharina Kick confirmed an earlier testament (NA 315, fol. 51). On 19 August 1634, Hans le Maire insinuated Simon van Hoorn (cited in the TEXT of R 1219 of Montias1), together with his associates, concerning a house, het Goude Leerhuys, which Le Maire had bought from Hoorn. Le Maire asserted that he was ready to pay cash for the house (Van Dillen, Bronnen tot de geschiedenis van het bedrijfsleven 144(1974), p. 63). Le Maire sold the house to the broker Cornelis Bartelsz. Veris (or Veres) with guarantee of Willem Kick and two other sureties. On 8 September 1638, he insinuated Veris for failing to pay the first installment on the house, which was sisuated on the Rapenburg (op. cit., pp.239-240). On 24 October 1639, Hans le Maire gave a procuration to his wife Catharina Kick to carry on his business during his absence (Van Dillen, op.cit., p. 245). Anna le Maire, the daughter of Hans le Maire, was betrothed to the bookbinder Johannes Troost (of INVNO 225) on 2 June 1643 (DTB 459/244). Neither Hans le Maire nor his son Johannes le Maire should be be confused with the predikant Johannes Lemair(e), the father of Mariken Lemair(e) (Nederlands Leeuw 44(1926), p. 10), who paid a tax of 40 f. in 1631 (Kohier, fol. 7, p. 3) and whose death inventory was taken on 13 October 1642 (INVNO 1170).
Buyer OccupationManufacturer |a Textiles, leather
Montias2 Record#20171
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Inv#.Lot563.0036
Lot0036
Artist[ANONYMOUS]
Entry1 uts. [vrijfsteen met een loper] f 14:10:--
Number7
SubjectACCESSORY
Typerubbing stone and compas
Value14.5 |t gulden
BuyerBenedictus Schaeck naest de Sperwer
Buyer NotesOn the buyer, see R 20912.
Buyer OccupationMerchant (largescale)
Montias2 Record#20172
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Inv#.Lot563.0037
Lot0037
Artist[ANONYMOUS]
Entry1 uts. [vrijfsteen met een loper] f 13:--:--
Number7
SubjectACCESSORY
Typerubbing stone and compas
Value13 |t gulden
BuyerLucas Luce voors.
Buyer FamilyLuce, Lucas (II)
Buyer NotesThe buyer, born in Antwerp ca. 1577, the son of Lucas Luce I and of Elisabeth de Roy, was a painter and art dealer. His twin sisters Sara and Susanna were baptized in Amsterdam on 18 October 1588 in the presence of Carel Lenaertsz. and Hendrick van Eyses (DTB 38/73). (It is probable that the individual named Lucas Luce who became a citizen of Amsterdam on 19 April 1594 (Gelderblom, Prosopographic Data Base) was Lucas Luce I). Carel Lenaertsz. (de oude), the witness to the baptism, was the father of the fiery Counter-Remonstrant Carel Lenaertsz. de jonge. Both were from Tongeren in Southern Netherlands (Gelderblom, Prosopographic Data Base). Carel Lenaertsz. II went to The Hague in December 1628 to complain about the appointment of a Remonstrant captain of the militia. He was tried, fined, and banished from Amsterdam for a few years (Jonathan Israel, The Dutch Republic, pp. 495-6). Mayken Luce, the sister of Lucas Luce II, was born in Antwerp about 1570. She married Hendrick ter Wijden, nailmaker, on 8 June 1591 and remarried with Cornelis Mareel, hat retailer, (hoedekramer) on 15 July 1601. Another sister, Lysbetken, married the painter Gerard de Buck II (of R 28329) on 23 July 1605. Jan Luce, who invested 1,200 f. in the first subscription to the V.O.C., may have been the brother of Lucas Luce II (as suggested by Marten Jan Bok). Lucas Luce was noted in Utrecht from 1597 to 1599. He married Elisabeth van Rhenen in Utrecht in 1598 He then returned to Amsterdam where he lived from about 1600 until his death in 1661, except for a stay in London in November 1636 (exact date uncertain due to fire damage), when Jeronimus Hostiero gave him power of attorney to act on his behalf concerning some books in the estate of an English merchant (NA 949, film 1172, Not. B. Baddel). Jeronimus Hostiero may be identical with Jeronimus Heesters cited in the NOTES to R 7706. In 1607, the shop of Lucas Luce on the O.Z. Voorburchwal was visited by the Danish envoy who bought 6 pictures from him (Briels, Vlaamse schilders, p. 355). In 1619, Lucas Luce, painter, and Nicolaas Hardere, merchant, paid the notary Willem Cluyt 30 f. for a little Winter by de Stomme (Avercamp) (Oud Holland 3(1885), p. 53). On 8 January 1629, Lucas Luce, as husband and guardian of Elisabeth van Renen, gave a procuration to the painters Adam Willers and Joost Cornelisz. Droochsloot, to sell a house in Utrecht (GAU, Not. W. Zwardecroon, kindly communicated by Marten Jan Bok). On 15 January 1636, he bought a house in the Hartestraert, named den Eenhorn, from the wine dealer Simon Willemsz., where Willemsz. was still living, for 8,700 f. (NA 1185, fol. 5vo, Not. J. de Vos). On 18 April 1638, Lucas Luce, painter, named the honorable Anthoni [left blank, but actually Kenteling], living in Deventer, to act in his name and on his behalf to demand from the widow van [left blank, actually Van Rijssen] a painting of the Annunciation to Mary (Marias bootschap) by the late Mr. Hendrick ter Bruggen, which he, Luce, had bought for 240 f. from the foresaid widow on the fifth of the current month [April], which sum has been sent to her for payment of the said painting (NA 1186, fol. 13, Not. J. de Vos). On the same day, Daniel van Hoorenbeck (of R 26867), dealer in mirrors, 60, declared at the request of Lucas Luce, painter, that last Easter day, he had gone with the producent (Luce) to Deventer to the house of the widow Van Rijssen, together with Anthony Kentelingh, painter, in order to buy from her a certain painting being the Annunciation to Mary, made by the late Hendrick ter Brugge. The widow had then asked Luce and the witness [Hoorenbeck] to go to the house of her brother-in-law where the painting was hanging, which they did. The brother-in-law had said that he, Luce, should talk to the widow about buying the painting since it belonged to her. They had gone back to the widow, with whom they began to bargain vigorously (in loff en lot). She offered the painting for 100 Rijcksdaelders (250 f.) Luce then responded with an offer of 240 f., but they couldn't come to an agreement. Luce had then gone back to his inn and immediately sent the aforenamed Anthony Kentelingh with two pieces of gold, with the question of whether the widow would be willing to let him have the painting for the price he had bid [240 f.] After a while he [Kentelingh] came back, saying he, Luce, could have the painting for 240 f. and that he, Kentelingh, had given the widow the two pieces of gold (presumably as a part-payment). Done in Amsterdam, etc.. (NA 1186, fol. 13 and foll., Not. J. de Vos). From 1649 on, he lived on the Rosengracht in a house called Apelles. On 7 September 1653, the honorable Lucas Luce, painter, 77, made a deposition at the request of Jan Domis, merchant. He declared that he knew for a fact that the paintings which had been sold at auction by the auction master Hartman in the Heeren Logement were paintings that had been transferred by Mathijs Gomse to Charles Godijn and that he had himself estimated the paintings at Gomse's request (NA 965, film 1192, Not. B. Baddel). The death inventory of David van Baerle and Rachel Godijn was drawn up at the request of Charles Godijn, the executor of the will of the deceased (INVNO 118). He was apparently Rachel's brother. The collection of Lucas Luce was cited by Carel van Mander who mentioned a painting by Wtewael who was his cousin by marriage (his wife Elisabeth van Rhenen was the daughter of Willem Jacobsz. van Rhenen, a director of a municipal auction house in Utrecht, and of Henrickgen Wtewael, who was a cousin of Joachim Wtewael) (M.J. Bok in Dawn of the Golden Age, Exh. Cat. p. 139). On 20 June 1600, Lucas Luce de jonge, painter, with his wife Elisabeth Willems (van Rhenen), had their daughter Elisabeth baptized in the Nieuwe Kerck in the presence of Willem Jacobsz. (Luce's father-in-law) (DTB 38/809). Their son Hendrick was baptized in the O.K. on 18 December 1602 (witness Mayken ter Waij (ter Weijden); their daughter Magdalena in the same church on 10 April 1605 (witnesses Magdaleentge van Hout and Jan Lussij); their son Lukas on 17 January 1608 (witness Lijsbet Gerrits); their daughter Annetje on 8 March 1618 (witnesses Jannetje Geens, Anneken Schoonhoven, and Elisabeth Luce); their daughter Hendrickje about 1636 (she became of majority age on 30 November 1661); and their daughter Susanna who married Gabriel Vinck born in London in 1661 (the information on the baptisms of Lucas Luce's children was kindly communicated by Marten Jan Bok). On 21 November 1619, Lucas Luce, 42 years old, Jacques van de Wijen (of R 21322), 32, Johannes van Boshuysen, 23, and Jacob van Nieulandt (the painter of R 27331), 25, declared at the request of the Guild of St. Lucas that they heard on the stock market (de beurse) from Jan Thijvart (of R 20955), sugar baker, that Mr. Jan Cotereels, school master, had bought from a Brabander 21 paintings (apparently outside the guild's control). Jacques van der Wijen, eight days previously, had heard from Hans Broeck, guilder, at his own house, that Guillaume Wittebrood had sold for 2,100 f. of paintings to Cotereel. The paintings included a vase of flowers, a painting of Marie with a blue veil on a copper plate, etc. One painting was by Sebastian Vrancx. Asked how much the paintings had cost, Jacob van Nieulandt declared that they had cost 42 f. a piece (NA 212, film 111, fol. 358vo.) In 1631, Lucas Luce II paid a tax of 40 f., at which time he lived on the East side of the O.Z. Voorburgwal (Kohier, fol. 174vo., p.40). Lucas Luce II's daughter Anna married Matheus Doomer (baptized 19 September 1619), the son of the framemaker Herman Doomer and of Baertjen Martens, both portrayed by Rembrandt in 1640. Baertjen, the daughter of Herman Doomer and Baertje Martens, married Willem Deutgens, doctor in medicine, the son of the framemaker Willem Albertsz. Deutgens and of Elisabeth Roomswinckel of INVNO 476. Their son, the painter, Lambert Doomer, 45, was assisted by his mother Baertie Martens when he was betrothed to Mettie Hermens, from Aernhem, widow of Jan Block, on 24 August 1668 (Oud Holland 3(1885), p.141). For further information about Herman Doomer, see Prijst de lijst, Exh.Cat., Rijksmuseum, 1984, p.31).
Buyer OccupationArtist |a Painter
Montias2 Record#20173
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Inv#.Lot563.0038
Lot0038
Artist[ANONYMOUS]
Entry1 uts. [vrijfsteen] met 2 lopers f 1: 9:--
Number7
SubjectACCESSORY
Typerubbing stone and 2 compasses
Value1.45 |t gulden
Buyeridem [Lucas Luce]
Buyer NotesOn the buyer, see R 20173.
Buyer OccupationArtist |a Painter
Montias2 Record#20174
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Inv#.Lot563.0039
Lot0039
Artist[ANONYMOUS]
Entry1 gebrocken schilderij f 3: 5:--
Title[untitled]
Number99
SubjectUNKNOWN SUBJECT
Typepainting
Value3.25 |t gulden
BuyerPieter Pietersz. opt Ruslandt
Buyer NotesOn the buyer, see R 30980.
Buyer OccupationArtist |a Painter
Montias2 Record#20175
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Inv#.Lot563.0040
Lot0040
ArtistAERTSEN, PIETER (LANGE PIER)
Entry1 schilderij van de Drie Coningen van Lange Pier f 20:--:--
Titlede Drie Coningen
Number73
SubjectNEW TESTAMENT
Typepainting
Value20 |t gulden
BuyerClaes Eliasz. [Pickenoy] bij de Oude Kerck
Buyer NotesOn the buyer, see R 8367.
Buyer OccupationArtist |a Painter
Montias2 Record#20176
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Inv#.Lot563.0041
Lot0041
Artist[ANONYMOUS]
Entry1 deel gebroocken stucken schilderije f 8: 5:--
Title[untitled]
Number99
SubjectUNKNOWN SUBJECT
Typepainting
Materialbroken pieces of paintings
Value8.25 |t gulden
BuyerSamuel Smyters
Buyer NotesOn the buyer, see R 20183.
Buyer ReligionReformed
Buyer OccupationRetail merchant |a Book dealer
Montias2 Record#20177
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Inv#.Lot563.0042
Lot0042
Artist[ANONYMOUS]
Entry1 deel uts [gebroocken stucken schilderije] f 4:--:--
Title[untitled]
Number99
SubjectUNKNOWN SUBJECT
Typepainting
Materialbroken pieces of paintings
Value4 |t gulden
Buyersolvit
Montias2 Record#20178
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Inv#.Lot563.0043
Lot0043
Artist[ANONYMOUS]
Entry1 deel uts [gebroocken stucken schilderije] f 7:--:--
Title[untitled]
Number99
SubjectUNKNOWN SUBJECT
Typepainting
Materialbroken pieces of paintings
Value7 |t gulden
BuyerDirck Hermansz.
Buyer NotesOn the buyer, see R 20213.
Montias2 Record#20179
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Inv#.Lot563.0044
Lot0044
Artist[ANONYMOUS]
Entry1 deel uts [gebroocken stucken schilderije] f 4:--:--
Title[untitled]
Number99
SubjectUNKNOWN SUBJECT
Typepainting
Materialbroken pieces of paintings
Value4 |t gulden
Buyeridem [Dirck Hermansz.]
Buyer NotesOn the buyer, see R 20213.
Montias2 Record#20180
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Inv#.Lot563.0045
Lot0045
Artist[ANONYMOUS]
Entry1 deel uts [gebroocken stucken schilderije] f 9:--:--
Title[untitled]
Number99
SubjectUNKNOWN SUBJECT
Typepainting
Materialbroken pieces of paintings
Value9 |t gulden
BuyerAbraham Hendricksz. vaer int Laserushuijs
Buyer NotesOn the buyer, see R 20254.
Buyer OccupationEmployee |a Charitable institution
Montias2 Record#20181
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Inv#.Lot563.0046
Lot0046
Artist[ANONYMOUS]
Entry1 deel uts [gebroocken stucken schilderije] f 3: 2:--
Title[untitled]
Number99
SubjectUNKNOWN SUBJECT
Typepainting
Materialbroken pieces of paintings
Value3.1 |t gulden
BuyerSamuel Smijters
Buyer NotesOn the buyer, see R 20183.
Buyer ReligionReformed
Buyer OccupationRetail merchant |a Book dealer
Montias2 Record#20182
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Inv#.Lot563.0047
Lot0047
Artist[ANONYMOUS]
Entry1 deel uts [gebroocken stucken schilderije] f 16:--:--
Title[untitled]
Number99
SubjectUNKNOWN SUBJECT
Typepainting
Materialbroken pieces of paintings
Value16 |t gulden
Buyeridem [Samuel Smijters]
Buyer FamilySmijters, Samuel
Buyer NotesSamuel Smijters, the nephew of Anthonij Smijters of R 29995, was the son of Hans or Jan (Anthonisz.) Smijters (I), who arrived in Amsterdam from Antwerp and became a citizen of Amsterdam on 10 September 1586. Jan, the brother of Anthony Smijters, died young. His widow Janneke Jans apprenticed her son Hans (II) with Balthazar Coymans (as kantoorknecht) in 1595. Samuel Smijters handled various types of merchandise, living with his mother in the Wolzak. He also published psalms with musical accompaniment on two occasions. He translated religious tracts from the French in 1617 (Theodore de Beze) and from Dutch into French in 1620 (Petrus Dathenius). He dealt in books and prints (I. van Eeghen, Rembrandt en de veilingen: Titus van Rijn, Clement de Jonghe, en Samuel Smijters, Maandblad Amstelodamum 1985, p. 64.) In 1631, Samuel Smijters paid a tax of 15 f., at which time he was living on the East side of the Warmoesstraet (Kohier, p. 30, fol. 129). He was buried, coming from the Warmoesstraet, on 18 November 1644 (DTB 1046/35). A print by Rembrandt of the portrait of Samuel Smijters was cited in Clement de Jonghe's 1679 inventory, which, according to I. van Eeghen (op. cit. p. 63), may be identical with Bartsch 311. There is some evidence that he was in contact with Rembrandt during the Jan Basse sale of 1637 (INVNO 832) (I. van Eeghen, op. cit. p. 65).
Buyer ReligionReformed
Buyer OccupationRetail merchant |a Book dealer
Montias2 Record#20183
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Inv#.Lot563.0048
Lot0048
Artist[ANONYMOUS]
Entry4 vergulde lijsten f 9:--:--
Number7
SubjectACCESSORY
Typegilded frames
Value9 |t gulden
BuyerDirck Hermansz. voors.
Buyer NotesOn the buyer, see R 20213.
Montias2 Record#20184
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Inv#.Lot563.0049
Lot0049
Artist[ANONYMOUS]
Entry2 uts. [vergulden lijsten] f 7:10:--
Number7
SubjectACCESSORY
Typegilded frames
Value7.5 |t gulden
Buyeridem [Dirck Hermansz. voors.]
Buyer NotesOn the buyer, see R 20213.
Montias2 Record#20185
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Inv#.Lot563.0050
Lot0050
Artist[ANONYMOUS]
Entry1 vergulde lijst f 4:15:--
Number7
SubjectACCESSORY
Typegilded frame
Value4.75 |t gulden
BuyerDirck Hermansz. in de St. Annadwaersstraet
Buyer NotesOn the buyer, see R 20213.
Montias2 Record#20186
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Inv#.Lot563.0051[a]
Lot0051[a]
Artist[ANONYMOUS]
Entry(1 musquet mette bandelier, 1 stuck roer), 1 mannitgen, een voet, 1 hooft van pleijster f 21:--:--
Titlemannitgen
Number33
SubjectMAN, WOMAN, PERSONS
Typeplaster model
Value21 |t gulden
BuyerAbraham Hendricksz. vader int Leproos Huijs
Buyer NotesOn the buyer, see R 20254.
Buyer OccupationEmployee |a Charitable institution
Montias2 Record#20187
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Inv#.Lot563.0051[b]
Lot0051[b]
Artist[ANONYMOUS]
Entry(1 musquet mette bandelier, 1 stuck roer), 1 mannitgen, een voet, 1 hooft van pleijster f 21:--:--
Titlevoet
Number37
SubjectHAND, FOOT, BODY PART
Typeplaster model
Value21 |t gulden
BuyerAbraham Hendricksz. vader int Leproos Huijs
Buyer NotesOn the buyer, see R 20254.
Buyer OccupationEmployee |a Charitable institution
Montias2 Record#41669
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Inv#.Lot563.0051[c]
Lot0051[c]
Artist[ANONYMOUS]
Entry(1 musquet mette bandelier, 1 stuck roer), 1 mannitgen, een voet, 1 hooft van pleijster f 21:--:--
Titlehooft
Number31
SubjectFACE
Typeplaster model
Value21 |t gulden
BuyerAbraham Hendricksz. vader int Leproos Huijs
Buyer NotesOn the buyer, see R 20254.
Buyer OccupationEmployee |a Charitable institution
Montias2 Record#41670
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Inv#.Lot563.0052
Lot0052
Artist[ANONYMOUS]
Entry1 doeck f 1:12:--
Number7
SubjectACCESSORY
Typecanvas
Value1.6 |t gulden
BuyerHans Coplet
Buyer NotesOn the buyer, see R 20148.
Buyer OccupationArtist |a Painter
Montias2 Record#20188
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Inv#.Lot563.0053
Lot0053
Artist[ANONYMOUS]
Entry1 doeck daer een tronie geschildert is f 2: 3:--
Titletronie
Number31
SubjectFACE
Typepainting
Value2.15 |t gulden
BuyerHans van Essen opt hoeckgen vant St. Jansstraet
Buyer NotesOn the buyer, see R 24928.
Montias2 Record#20189
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Inv#.Lot563.0054
Lot0054
Artist[ANONYMOUS]
Entry1 houten eesel ende 1 deel hout ende ramen f -: 8:--
Number7
SubjectACCESSORY
Typeeasel and stretchers
Value0.4 |t gulden
BuyerPieter Pietersz. opt Ruslandt
Buyer NotesOn the buyer, see R 30980.
Buyer OccupationArtist |a Painter
Montias2 Record#20190
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Inv#.Lot563.0055
Lot0055
Artist[ANONYMOUS]
Entry1 eesel, peneel, eerfla platten, etc.. f 2:--:--
Number7
SubjectACCESSORY
Typeeasel, pannels etc...
Value2 |t gulden
BuyerClaes Eliasz. [Pickenoy] voors.
Buyer NotesOn the buyer, see R 8367.
Buyer OccupationArtist |a Painter
Montias2 Record#20191
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