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about 1629


On display in C207

Artwork Details

Creation Date
about 1629
oil on oak panel
Object Types
paintings, oil paintings

17-3/8 x 13-5/8 x 3/4 in. (panel) 27-1/2 x 23-15/16 x 2-3/4 in. (framed)

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Credit Line

The Clowes Collection

Public Domain

European Painting and Sculpture Before 1800

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Possibly sale at (Pieter Locquet, Amsterdam, The Netherlands), 22 September 1783, lot no. 325; Possibly Pierre Yver.{1} Purchased from a Dutch diplomat in Vienna, Austria, about 1840 by the Polish Count Adolf Husarzewski;{2} To his son, Count Jozef Husarzewski, and his wife, Karolina, née Princess Jablonowska; To their daughter, Countess Eleonora Husarzewska [1866-1940], wife of Prince Andrzej Lubomirski, in their castle at Przeworsk (now Poland); To their son, Prince Jerzy Rafal Lubomirski [1887-1978], Geneva, Switzerland; (Frederick Mont and Newhouse Galleries, New York, New York) in 1951{3}; Dr. George Henry Alexander Clowes [1877-1958], Indianapolis, Indiana, in 1951; Clowes Fund Collection, Indianapolis, since 1958; On long-term loan to the Indianapolis Museum of Art, now the Indianapolis Museum of Art at Newfields, since 1971; given to the Indianapolis Museum of Art at Newfields, in 2023. {1} Cornelis Hofstede de Groot, A Catalogue Raisonné of the Works of the Most Eminent Dutch Painters of the Seventeenth Century, volume 6, London, England, 1916, no. 549, cites this early provenance, but the authors of the Rembrandt Research Project believe it applies to another version. For a thorough study of IMA's painting including provenance and exhibition history, see Stephanie S. Dickey, Rembrandt Face to Face, Indianapolis Museum of Art, 2006. {2} See contributions by Jerzy Mycielski and Leon Pininski in Miecislas Treter, ed., Album de l'Exposition des Maîtres Anciens, avec cinquante reproductions, Ossolinski National Institute, Lvov, 1911. {3} See correspondence in IMA Clowes Registration Archive (C10063).

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