Sparkling Champagne reprint

Discussion in 'Art' started by ArcCMThrift, Mar 5, 2019.

  1. ArcCMThrift

    ArcCMThrift New Member

    it is in a very old looking wood frame on bottom it says" from the original painting by Eickhoudt of belgium in 1848 now in the possession of John A Brown ESQ" IMG_4090.jpg
     
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  2. komokwa

    komokwa The Truth is out there...!

    how big is it?
    should be just a print...
     
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  3. Joe2007

    Joe2007 Collector

    I know next to nothing about art but that looks really high quality.
     
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  4. ArcCMThrift

    ArcCMThrift New Member

    the picture not including border and frame is 17'' x 25''
     
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  5. Jivvy

    Jivvy the research is my favorite

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  6. Jivvy

    Jivvy the research is my favorite

    Meant to add that I strongly suspect that Eickhoudt is a misspelling... more likely Eeckhoudt. But still not able to find someone that matches up with this piece.
     
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  7. Jivvy

    Jivvy the research is my favorite

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  8. moreotherstuff

    moreotherstuff Izorizent

    The painting might be by a guy named Victor Eeckhout, Belgian, 1821-1879. The period seems right, but the paintings I'm finding by him online are Orientalist, so maybe not.

    Albert Newsam is interesting. Best known for his portraits, there's a bit about him to be found online. (He was born deaf.)
     
  9. sabre123

    sabre123 Well-Known Member

    Possibly Jacobus Josephus Eeckhout (1793-1861). Some similarities in style and the standing woman has a resemblance to the one in the print:

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  10. Jivvy

    Jivvy the research is my favorite

    This is totally unrelated to anything of interest to the OP, but...

    Someone had a rather mediocre painting on here recently wherein I was making sport of a "wee little pipe"... and now, the guy standing behind the table, he has a wee little pipe. The bowl is half the size of his thumb.

    So now I want someone to tell me what kind of pipe that is, because it is obviously a thing and not just the mistake of a mediocre painter.

    As I said totally unrelated to anything important to the OP. :bucktooth:
     
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  11. Jivvy

    Jivvy the research is my favorite

    Several of his paintings have very similar hunting dogs.
     
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  12. komokwa

    komokwa The Truth is out there...!


    upload_2019-3-6_2-45-4.jpeg upload_2019-3-6_2-47-30.jpeg

    likely an old clay pipe... upload_2019-3-6_2-49-29.jpeg
     
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  13. Jivvy

    Jivvy the research is my favorite

    I've only smoked a few pipes, but a pipe that size seems like a lot of work... maybe when circumstance only allows for small tobacco purchases, such a small pipe works best? I don't know.

    But thank you for the pics of the wee wee pipes!
     
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  14. i need help

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  15. i need help

    i need help Well-Known Member

    770E6FA5-13A9-495F-80D0-582894420A4A.jpeg So then I put in the number and title below and got this:
    https://books.google.com/books?id=zGYEAAAAYAAJ&pg=PA15&lpg=PA15&dq=j.a.+brown+372+blondine&source=bl&ots=Q6qP82S7rM&sig=ACfU3U28SvETrPfEtDhf9iQjWi2X2sHhYA&hl=en&sa=X&ved=2ahUKEwjmk6a7ku7gAhWnITQIHRv8DKIQ6AEwCnoECAcQAQ#v=onepage&q=j.a. brown 372 blondine&f=false

    This should be the book it’s from:
    Catalogue Paintings Drawings Statuary Etc Art Department Great Central Fair Held Logan Square, June 1864, Benefit U S Sanitary Commission
    You Searched For: Catalogue Paintings Drawings Statuary Etc. Art Department Great Central Fair Held Logan Square, June 1864, Benefit U.S. Sanitary Commission
    https://www.abebooks.com/servlet/Se...,+June+1864,+Benefit+U.S.+Sanitary+Commission
     
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  16. i need help

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  17. Figtree3

    Figtree3 What would you do if you weren't afraid?

    Just a quick note: Jacobus Josephus Eeckhout was the father of Victor Eeckhout, who was also mentioned in this thread. If the original painting was by one of those two, I'd think it's more likely to be the father, just because, as @moreotherstuff mentioned, the son was known for Orientalist paintings. Both did do genre paintings.


     
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