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Rectangular cigar tin by Ritmeester with image of the painting "River view with ferry and bastion" by Salomon Jacobsz van Ruysdael

SKU: BT-2855-20
€ 6,95
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Rectangular cigar tin by Ritmeester with image of the painting "River view with ferry and bastion" by Salomon Jacobsz van Ruysdael. 

  • Manufacturer: Thomassen & Drijver
  • Manufacturing date: 1980s

Description
Rectangular tin box with an image of the painting "River view with ferry and bastion" by Salomon Jacobsz van Ruysdael from 1664. "For 50" Rhythm "cigars of the brand Ritmeester.

A ferry approaches the shore and the boatswain pulls the ferry along a rope in the water. On the boat are the signature of Salomon van Ruysdael, and dated: 1664. Churches and castles in paintings by Van Ruysdael are rarely identifiable. The village and bastion in this painting seem to have been taken from reality, but identification has not been possible. Salomon and his brother Isaack, the father of the painter Jacob van Ruisdael, were actually called De Goyer. They called themselves after their father's castle: Ruisschendael.

Condition
This cigar tin is in a good vintage condition with traces of use and age-related traces of wear.

Size

  • Height: 3.5 cm.
  • Length: 21.5 cm.
  • Width: 11 cm.

Salomon van Ruysdael (c. 1602, Naarden – buried November 3, 1670, Haarlem) was a Dutch Golden Age landscape painter. He was the uncle of Jacob van Ruisdael.

Salomon was known for his landscapes and river scenes, and there are a few fish still life paintings known.

According to Arnold Houbraken he was the son of a woodworker who specialized in making fancy ebony frames for mirrors and paintings. His father sent his sons Jacob and Salomon to learn Latin and medicine, and they both became landscape painters, specializing in ruis-daal, or trickling water through a dale, after their name. Jacob was registered with the Haarlem Guild of St. Luke and signed his paintings, while Salomon signed them much less often and was not a member for several years. Houbraken wrote that Salomon invented a way of creating sculpted ornaments that when they were polished, looked like polished marble. These were quite popular as a decoration on chests and picture frames, until the secret of their manufacture was discovered and widely copied.

Houbraken confused the members of the Ruysdael family. According to the Netherlands Institute for Art History (Dutch abbreviation, RKD), Salomon was the brother of Isaack van Ruisdael, who before they moved to Haarlem, were called Gooyer or Gooier and they were sons of Jacob van Gooyer the Elder, who was a furniture and frame maker in Naarden. Both sons had sons they named after their father. Thus Salomon was the uncle, not the brother of Jacob Isaakszoon van Ruisdael, and he was the father of Jacob Salomonsz. van Ruysdael. Salomon joined the Haarlem Guild of St. Luke in 1623 (as Salomon de Gooyer), and he became a follower of Jan Porcellis and Esaias van de Velde. He travelled from Haarlem to Leiden, Utrecht, Amersfoort, Alkmaar, Rhenen, and Dordrecht, painting landscapes and stately homes. Of the four painters, Jacob Isaakszoon is the most famous today.


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Country of origin
The Netherlands - Holland

Kind of object
Cigars tin

Theme
Cigars - Ritmeester - Ritme - Salomon van Ruysdael - River view with ferry and bastion - painting

Category
Vintage tins

Color
Multicolored

Publisher
Ritmeester

Manufacturer
Thomassen & Drijver

Brand
Ritmeester - "Ritme"

Material
Tin - metal

Particularities
Hinged lid

Era
1980s

Quality
Good vintage condition

Height
3,50 cm

Lenght
21,50 cm

Width
11,00 cm

Shipping method
Parcel post with track & trace

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