van de Velde

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Belgian architect (1863-1957)

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The top lot of the Old Master and British Paintings Evening Sale was a historic naval scene by Willem Van de Velde the Younger, "The Surrender of the Royal Prince during the Four Days' Battle, 1st-4th June 1666", which sold for 5.
The works were by 17th century painters Flemish David Teniers, Dutch artists Willem van de Velde and Jan Brueghel de Jonge, as well as 19th century French artists Eva Gonzales, Pierre-Auguste Renoir, Camille Pissarro and Paul Desire Trouillebert.
Naturalistic views by David Teniers the Younger, including "A Sow and Her Litter," seascapes by Willem van de Velde the Younger, and luminous landscapes by Dutch masters Jacob van Ruisdael and Aelbert Cuyp are among the highlights.
Less famous is the success of the father and son marine painters, Willem van de Velde, the Elder and Younger, welcomed to Britain by Charles in 1672, and given pensions and studio space at Greenwich.
Other Dutch highlights in the Museum's vast collections include paintings by artists Matthias Stom (or Stomer) and Willem Van de Velde the Younger.