On Wednesday May 7 held the first session of the No. 3 Abalarte Auction auction. As a leading advanced a lot of oil on canvas entitled Saive Market Day with characters from fruits and vegetables with the bottom fishing scene at the harbor This painting follows the folkloric tradition of the era with a style heavily influenced the works of Joaquim Beuckelaer (Antwerp, c. 1530-h. 1575), Lucas van Valckenborch (Leuven, post-1535-Frankfurt, 1597) and Frans Snyders (1579-1657), which lists a variety of kitchen items, fruits, vegetables, seafood and to a glass vase with flowers, all in the foreground composition arranged in a diagonal upward. In the background a large landscape showing a harbor scene with a multitude of characters, mostly fishermen, contributing to enrich the overall body of work stands. Stresses in the painter´s skill in representing the material qualities of objects with an excellent study of light and color schemes. It is therefore an interesting artist who worked mainly in Namur and his son Jean-Baptiste de Saive II (Malines 1597-after 1641), whose styles are similar, making orders numbers, especially for the bourgeoisie. To compare with A Allegory of Autumn Jean Baptiste de Saive auctioned at Sotheby´s in London in 2010 (auction price: 60,000 euros) that resembles certain concomitants with the work presented in the treatment of fruits, vegetables, in vase flowers, and even the roof of one of the buildings depicted in the background. JEAN BAPTISTE DE Datasheet SAIVE (Namur, 1540-Mechelen, 1624) Market Day with characters from fruits and vegetables with the bottom fishing scene in the harbor Oil on canvas Size: 110 x 134 cm.