The month of January sees a focus on work by Dutch Old Masters in New York City, featuring art presentations at Master Drawings NY and the Winter Show, an exhibition and auction at Sotheby’s Masters Week 2023, and Dutch works showcases at Christie’s. Featured events include:
Master Drawings New York from January 20th through 28th
During Master Drawings 2023, Mireille Mosler will exhibit work by Dutch old masters, 19th century and contemporary art, including work by Dutch-Indonesian artist Jan Toorop. Christopher Bischop will present a portrait by artist Jan Lievens (1607–1674).
Christie’s Old Master and 19th Century Prints on January 24th, at 2 pm
Christie’s auction ‘Old Master and 19th Century Prints‘ will present drawings and etchings by Rembrandt van Rijn.
Winter Show from January 20th through 29th
During the 2023 Winter Show, Arader Galleries will showcase prints and drawings by Dutch Old Masters. Aronson of Amsterdam will showcase 17th and 18th century Dutch Delftware.
Sotheby’s Masters Week – Dutch Masterpieces from the Theiline Scheumann Collection – January 21st through 26th
Sotheby’s New York Masters Week features works from the Theiline Scheumann Collection. Comprising a dozen paintings carefully assembled over a two-decade period, The Scheumann Collection abounds in pictures that are quintessentially Dutch, spanning the different movements of Dutch 17th Century painting. The sale marks the first time many of the pieces have appeared on the market in over 30 years.
Sotheby’s will showcase work by master painters Jan van de Velde III and Frans van Mieris the Elder. An auction will take place on January 26.
For more information, visit the DutchCultureUSA website.
Illustrations, from above: portrait of Dora Luthy-Arbenz, 1909 by Jan Toorop; Sheet of Studies: Head of the Artist, a Beggar Couple, Heads of an Old Man and Old Woman, 1632 by Rembrandt van Rijn (1606-1669); and Still Life with an Earthenware Jug, Tobacco Box, ‘Gouda’ Pipe, Glass of Beer and Tobacco Smoking Implements by Jan van de Velde III.
John Tepper Marlin says
Thank you so much for this rundown of what is happening in NYC with the Dutch Masters. I can recommend a new book “Techniques in Painting:Learning from the Dutch Masters” just published by Bloomsbury’s Herbert Press. Bloomsbury are the Harry Potter publishers and the new book is magickal.