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Adriaen Coorte, active 1683-1707 in Middelburg or environment, Still Life with Strawberries in a terracotta pot, 1704, paper on canvas, Heinrich Nolte and Anny Foundation, Dep. 962

Obenmarspforten – Freshly picked are the strawberries in a clay pot and also emit three centuries after Adriaen Coorte painted in a rich and tempting Red The long-hidden masterpiece is the highlight of the new cabinet exhibition « 13 x Sammlerglück – still lifes and landscapes of the Golden Age. ». October 9, 2014 to March 29, 2015, the Wallraf presented so that a round of high-profile permanent loans, which recently received the house from the Essen Heinrich and Anny-Nolte Foundation and from a private European collection. Painting the highest quality of painters such as Jan Brueghel the Elder, Jan van Goyen, Jacob van Ruisdael, Aert van der Neer or Edwaert Collier draw a bow on the most important period of Dutch painting. The important collection of Cologne art gallery is well supplemented in this way to far missing name and motives.

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Jan Brueghel the Elder, Brussels 1568 – 1625 Antwerp, The Mill on the jetty 1613, copper, loaned by the Henry and Anny Nolte- Foundation, Essen, Dep. 961

The Dutch painting of the 17th century is famous for its sensual realism. Landscape paintings capture the big world in miniature lifelike. Still Life portray magnificent Blumenbou-channel belongs, but also simple everyday objects as if they were close enough to touch. Then as now, these works are amongst the most sought-after works.The exhibition « 13 x Sammlerglück » shows how happy each and every collection collectors can appreciate being able to call a masterpiece from the Golden Age his own.

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Jan Brueghel the Elder, Brussels 1568 – 1625 Antwerpen, bouquet in a glass beaker, after 1608. Wood, on loan from the Henry and Anny Nolte- Foundation, Essen, Dep. 960

The 13 paintings on display are mainly in Haarlem, the actual origin of flowering of Dutch painting in the 17th century, and from the commercial capital Amsterdam. Two colors Merry floral still life, three lovingly detailed winter landscape with ice pleasure, two unusual smoking still lifes and five fine balance of landscape views guarantee visitors span designating moments of wonder and comparing. A special treasure but the « Still Life with Strawberries » the enigmatic Adriaen Coorte include the rare paintings currently the most sought masterpieces of the Golden Age.The work from 1704 enchants the viewer with its modern looking, poetic simplicity.

Wallraf-Richartz-Museum & Fondation Corboud. October 9, 2014 – March 29, 2015

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Roelant Savery, Kortrijk 1576- 1639 Utrecht, Floral still life in a niche, to 1627, wood, private collection, Dep.955

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Jan van Goyen, Leiden 1596 – 1656 The Hague, River landscape with fishing boats, 1642, wood, private collection, Dep. 953

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Jacob van Ruisdael, Haarlem 1628/29 – 1682 Amsterdam, Tree landscape with pond, late 1640s, wood, private collection, Dep. 958

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Jacob van Ruisdael, Haarlem 1628/29 – 1682 Amsterdam, Mountain landscape with waterfall, 1660-70, canvas, private collection, Dep. 957

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Salomon van Ruysdael, Naarden 1600/03 – 1670 Haarlem, Landscape with travelers and roosting flock, wood, private collection, Dep.954 (4/5?)

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Salomon van Ruysdael, Naarden 1600/03 – 1670 Haarlem, Winter Landscape with Ice pleasure in front of a Capriccio Arnhem, 1652, Wood, Henry and Anny-Nolte Foundation, Essen, Dep. 964

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Aert van der Neer, Gorinchem 1603/4 – 1677 Amsterdam, Winter Landscape with Ice pleasure, around 1655, wood, Heinrich Nolte and Anny Foundation, Essen, Dep. 963

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Jan van Goyen, Leiden 1596 – 1656 The Hague, Ice pleasure in front of a bridge tower, 1655, wood, private collection, Dep 956

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Jan van de Velde III, Haarlem about 1620 – 1662 Amsterdam, Still Life with smoking paraphernalia and crabs, 1657, canvas, 63.2 x 54.4 cm, private collection, Dep. 952

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Edwaert Collier, Breda 1642 – 1708 London, Still life with smoking paraphernalia and Stein, 1664. Private Collection, Dep. 959