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David de Noterartist • painterGent (België) 1818-1892 Algiers (Algerije)

biography of 'David' Emile Joseph de Noter

The Belgian David de Noter had a preference for interiors, genre scenes and still lifes with flowers, fruits and / or game. He learned to paint from his father Jean-Baptiste André de Noter, a painter of cityscapes and interiors. In 1840 he settled in Brussels; he also regularly stayed in Paris. De Noter worked together with Jean Auguste Henri Leys from Antwerp: he painted flowers, vegetables or fruits on a number of Leys' works. And Leys painted the figures on some of De Noter's works. Outsourcing the painting of people, animals, buildings and other attributes to another was a common way of working well into the 19th century. Specialization, focusing on a certain genre within the art of painting, provoked this custom: portraitists, painters of floral arrangements and still lifes, cattle painters, Marinists and landscape painters made use of each other's specific skills where necessary.


previously for salepaintings by David de Noter


David de Noter | A still life with a woodcock, a jay, vegetables, fruit, flowers and earthenware jugs, oil on panel, 32.3 x 27.2 cm, signed l.l.

David de Noter

painting • previously for sale

A still life with a woodcock, a jay, vegetables, fruit, flowers and earthenware jugs

David de Noter | A still life with fruits, vegetables and a lobster, oil on panel, 37.0 x 28.3 cm, signed l.r.

David de Noter

painting • previously for sale

A still life with fruits, vegetables and a lobster

David de Noter | Still life with celery and a pumpkin, oil on panel, 32.0 x 24.5 cm, signed l.l. and dated '57

David de Noter

painting • previously for sale

Still life with celery and a pumpkin


for salepaintings by David de Noter


David de Noter | A still life with vegetables, pie and game, oil on panel, 30.4 x 22.8 cm, signed l.r.

David de Noter

painting • for sale

A still life with vegetables, pie and game


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