Description & Technical information

Period:  1600-1750, 17th century
Origin:  The Netherlands
Provenance: Probably Johan van der Marck Aegidiusz. (1707-1772), Amsterdam,
until 1773;
His deceased sale, Amsterdam, Hendrik de Winter and Jan Yver,
25 August 1773, lot 252, for 62 florins to Hellein;
R. Geeland, Antwerp, until 1888; Edmond Huybrechts, Antwerp;
His deceased sale, Antwerp, M.E. Le Roy, 12-15 May 1902, lot 119,
for 90 francs to Maes;
Maes collection, Lucerne;
Speyr-Iselin collection, Basel, inv. no. 227;
Anonymous sale, London, Phillips, 6 April 1995, lot 63;
David Koetser, 1995;
Private Collection, New York.

Literature: C. Hofstede de Groot, Beschreibendes und kritisches Verzeichnis der Werke der hervorragendsten holländischen Maler des XVII. Jahrhunderts, London 1926, vol. 9, cat. no. 3;
L.B. Harwood, Adam Pynacker (c. 1620-1673), Doornspijk 1988, p. 154, cat. no. D2 (under "Lost Paintings");
New Orleans 1997, p. 104-107, cat. no. 42, reproduced p. 105;
Baltimore 1999, p. 93-95, cat. no. 41, reproduced p. 93.

Exhibitions: Washington, National Gallery of Art, Dutch Cabinet Galleries,
1 April – 15 September 1996;
New Orleans, 1997, no. 42;
Baltimore, 1999, no. 41.

Categories: Paintings, Drawings & Prints