Citations with the tag: GOUDSTIKKER, Jacques
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- OLD MASTERS IN GREENWICH.
Dobrzynski, Judith H. // Town & Country; Jun2008, Vol. 161 Issue 5537, p122
The article reviews the art exhibition "Reclaimed: Paintings From the Collection of Jacques Goudstikker," at the Bruce Museum in Greenwich, Connecticut.
- Amsterdam sale concludes Goudstikker series.
Siegel, Nina; Picard, Charmaine // Art Newspaper; Jan2007, Vol. 17 Issue 187, p49
The article reports on the outcome of the third and final auction of material from the World War II collection of Jewish art dealer and collector Jacques Goudstikker on November 14, 2007 in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. The sale featured 128 works from Goudstikker's trove, yielding a total of...
- Seeing Justice Done.
Grosz, Christy // Art & Antiques; Mar2009, Vol. 32 Issue 3, p38
The article reviews the exhibition "Reclaimed: Paintings From the Collection of Jacques Goudstikker," to be held at the Jewish Museum in New York from March 15 to August 2, 2009.
- Recovered at Last, a Collection of Old Master Paintings Grabbed by the Nazis Goes Up for Sale.
Grosz, Christy // World War II; Jul/Aug2007, Vol. 22 Issue 4, p14
The article reports that a large portion of the art collection of Jacques Goudstikker, a prominent art dealer in Amsterdam, Netherlands in the 1930s, is being put up for sale by his heirs in the summer and fall of 2007. The works spent more than sixty years outside the Goudstikker family's hands...
- John Singer Sargeant's Portrait of J.P. Wolff Stamford Museum and Nature Center - Stamford, Conn.
Grosz, Christy // Journal of Antiques & Collectibles; Jan2008, Vol. 8 Issue 11, p26
The article offers information on the discovery of Jacques Goudstikker's art collection at the Stamford Museum and Nature Center in Stamford, Connecticut. The painting, John Singer Sargent's Portrait of J.P. Wolff, has been in its collection since 1955 and was recently found to have belonged to...
- Old Masters at Christie's.
Dorfman, John // Art & Antiques; Jun2007, Vol. 30 Issue 6, p34
The article offers information on a set-back of a sale of part of the inventory of Jacques Goudstikker, a Dutch art dealer, which was organized on April 19, 2007 by Christie, an auction house. It is stated that the oil on panel was estimated at $3 million to $5 million, but sold for only...
- Battle over Steen work.
Bailey, Martin // Art Newspaper; Oct2009, Vol. 18 Issue 206, p11
The article reports on the dispute between the government of the Netherlands and the Hague municipality over the painting "The Marriage of Tobias and Sarah," by Jan Steen, which was once physically divided in two, then reunited in the nation in 1996. The left half of the painting which shows the...
- Goudstikker's secret life.
DANNATT, ADRIAN // Art Newspaper; Apr2009, Vol. 18 Issue 201, p42
The article presents art-related updates. Features at the Jacques Goudstikker restitution show at the Jewish Museum include a photo of the art dealer as a jovial barman mixing a cocktail. Joshua Cave did not know how he was going to support himself as a struggling artist until St. Luke's helped...
- Montreal Museum of Fine Arts and restitution: a clarification.
Bondil, Nathalie // Art Newspaper; Jun2013, Issue 247, p56
A letter to the editor is presented in response to the article “Canada under pressure over potential Nazi loot” by David D'Arcy in the April 2013 issue.
- Victory for Dutch Dealer's Heirs.
Rubinstein, Raphael // Art in America; Apr2007, Vol. 95 Issue 4, p31
The article focuses on a legal battle over paintings that were owned by Jacques Goudstikker and looted from his Amsterdam Gallery when Germany invaded Holland during the Second World War. Marei von Saher, daughter-in-law of the late Goudstikker, successfully recovered many of the works of art...
- the art detective.
Cascade, Rebecca // Best Life; May2006, Vol. 3 Issue 4, p96
The article focuses on the efforts of art historian Clemens Toussaint to return the personal collection of art dealer Jacques Goudstikker that were stolen by the Nazis in May 1940. He tried to recover a 1656 portrait of a young Dutch merchant painted by a Rembrandt prot�g� named Philips...
- OLD MASTERS, NEW OWNER.
Wennerstrom, Nord // Art & Antiques; Summer2006, Vol. 29 Issue 7, p44
The article reports that the Goudstikker Settlement, announced by the government of the Neatherlands in February, could mean the loss of 202 Old Master paintings from 17 Dutch museums. These paintings include masterpieces by Jan Steen and Salomon van Ruysdael. Marei von Saher, daughter-in-law of...
- Restituted Ruysdael.
R. M. // Art & Antiques; Nov2008, Vol. 31 Issue 11, p93
The article offers information on the painting "Ferry on a River," which is included in the "Art & Antiques" magazine's Top 100 Treasures list of works of art and design that changed owners from June 2007 to June 2008. The painting was created by artist Salomon van Ruysdael. It was acquired by...
- Goudstikker's List.
Siegal, Nina // Art + Auction; May2008, Vol. 31 Issue 9, p50
The article features Jewish art dealer Jacques Goudstikker and his artworks. He and his family left Amsterdam in May 1940 carrying nothing but the clothes they wore and Goudstikker's notebook listing his artworks. He died after they boarded on a ship and his family continued their journey to the...
- SALES NOT TO MISS.
J. D. // Art & Antiques; Apr2007, Vol. 30 Issue 4, p50
The article offers information on two auctions to be organized by the auction houses of Sotheby's and Christie's International PLC in New York City. Sotheby's will offer a wide range of antiques from Russia, along with those from 19th-century through contemporary art in its auction from April...
J. D. // New Yorker; 5/25/2009, Vol. 85 Issue 15, p11
The article presents a calendar of art exhibitions in New York City for May-August 2009 including "Francis Bacon: A Centenary Retrospective" at the Metropolitan Museum, "Into the Sunset: Photography's Image of the American West" at the Museum of Modern Art, and " Reclaimed: Paintings from the...