Jan Baptist Tijssens
ANTWERP 1657- AFTER 1723
GUARDROOM INTERIOR WITH ARMOUR AND A STANDARD BEHIND
Probably George Greville, 2nd Earl of Warwick (1746–1816), by 1800;
Henry Richard Greville, 3rd Earl of Warwick (1779–1853);
Thence by descent.
Wellesley (Mass.), Davis Museum, on long term loan.
Probably Anon., 'Pictures and Articles of Curiosity', in Inventory of the Contents of Warwick Castle,(Warwickshire Record Office CR1886/466), ms., circa 1800, n.p., ('Teniers - A guard room with armour'), hanging in the End Room;
Probably Anon., Inventory of the Contents of Warwick Castle, ms., 1806, in the Little Dining Room;
Probably W. Field, An Historical and Descriptive Account of Leamington Spa, Warwick 1815, p. 200, ('A Guard Room, with Armour - by Teniers'), in the State Dressing Room, opposite the south window, centre;
Probably S. Woodburne, Notes on the Paintings at Warwick Castle, 1832, no. 85 ('Guard House- D. Teniers'), in the End Room;
C. W. Spicer, Vitruvius Britannicus. History of Warwick Castle, London 1844, p. 36 (‘Group of Armour and Standard’), in the Compass Room;
H. T. Cooke, An Historical and Descriptive Guide to Warwick Castle…, Warwick 1847, p. 86 (‘Guard Room, with troopers drinking, armour, trophies of war, &c., by Bourdon’), in the Portrait Gallery;
W. Kendall, Inventory of Warwick Castle, ms., 1853, ('Guardroom with Troopers Drinking, armour etc, by Bourdon'), in the Boudoir;
Anon., Inventory of Warwick Castle, ms., circa 1860, in the Boudoir;