177 Monogrammist I G L, - Jacob Gerritsz. Loef by B J. A. Renckens Two pictures at a Parisian art dealer bear the signatures Loef and J. G. Loef 1646 (ill. 5 and 14). The author identifies this entirely unknown marine painter with the monogrammist I G L mentioned by Nagler, Wurzbach and Thieme- Becker. An inquiry sJzowed that Loef worked at Enkhuizen in the Province of North-Holland in 1648, when he was about 41 years old. On 24 March 1733 the Hoorn auction Conink contained five paintings by him, including one stated to be made by Loef and old Rietschoof, a painter born at Hoorn. One of the pictures shows the town of Enkhuizen. Loef's manner of painting and compositions at first (in his "Storms") link up with the art o Jan Porcellis and Simon de Vlieger, his later work is suggestive of Jacob Bellevois wlro, how- ever, was much younger. The author supplies a large number of illustrations to give the reader an idea of Loef's oeuvre which, according to the appended catalogue, must have been even more extensive. Various of his pictures are probably in circula- tion under other names or anonymously. EEN PORTRET VAN
Oud Holland - Quarterly for Dutch Art History – Brill
Published: Jan 1, 1958
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