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Alexander Joseph Daiwaille artwork • painting • previously for sale A winter landscape with a castle in the distance

Daiwaille A.J.  | Alexander Joseph Daiwaille, A winter landscape with a castle in the distance, oil on panel 26.2 x 35.3 cm

Alexander Joseph Daiwaille

A winter landscape with a castle in the distance
oil on panel 26.2 x 35.3 cm

This painting was previously for sale.

Provenance: veiling Lepke, Berlijn, 27 nov. 1917, lotnr. 107 (met afb.).
Literature: F. Gorissen, 'B.C. Koekkoek 1803-1862. Werkverzeichnis der Gemälde', Düsseldorf 1962, nr. 0/27-2 (met afb.) (als 'B.C. Koekkoek'); tent.cat. Ede, Simonis & Buunk Kunsthandel, 'De familie Koekkoek: Vier generaties schildertalent', 2003 afb. in kleur pag. 39.
Exhibited: Ede, Simonis & Buunk Kunsthandel, 'De familie Koekkoek: Vier generaties schildertalent', 20 nov.-6 dec. 2003.

Alexander Joseph Daiwaille was a student of his father Jean Augustin Daiwaille and of his brother-in-law B.C. Koekkoek. He painted romantic summer and winter landscapes which, after he had settled in Brussels in 1849, were decorated several times by the cattle painter E.J. Verboeckhoven. In 1840 Daiwaille made a trip through Germany, after which he lived with B.C. Koekkoek in Kleef from 1841 to 1847.


Alexander Joseph Daiwaille | Emerging storm, oil on panel, 34.0 x 47.7 cm, signed l.l. with initials and dated 1848

Alexander Joseph Daiwaille

painting • for sale

Emerging storm, 1848


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