View 1 of Lot 26. Portrait of George Hay, 2nd Earl of Kinnoull (circa 1595–1644), full-length, wearing armour, and holding a baton in his right hand, his left resting on a table with a red cloth, upon which is his helmet | 《喬治・黑伊,金諾伯爵二世(約1595-1644年)身披鎧甲、右手持棍、左手搭在桌邊的全身肖像,桌上鋪紅色桌布並擺放頭盔》.
View 1 of Lot 26. Portrait of George Hay, 2nd Earl of Kinnoull (circa 1595–1644), full-length, wearing armour, and holding a baton in his right hand, his left resting on a table with a red cloth, upon which is his helmet | 《喬治・黑伊,金諾伯爵二世(約1595-1644年)身披鎧甲、右手持棍、左手搭在桌邊的全身肖像,桌上鋪紅色桌布並擺放頭盔》.
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Sir Anthony van Dyck and Studio

Portrait of George Hay, 2nd Earl of Kinnoull (circa 1595–1644), full-length, wearing armour, and holding a baton in his right hand, his left resting on a table with a red cloth, upon which is his helmet | 《喬治・黑伊,金諾伯爵二世(約1595-1644年)身披鎧甲、右手持棍、左手搭在桌邊的全身肖像,桌上鋪紅色桌布並擺放頭盔》

Estimate:

150,000 - 200,000 GBP

Property from a Private Collection | 私人收藏

Sir Anthony van Dyck and Studio

Sir Anthony van Dyck and Studio

Portrait of George Hay, 2nd Earl of Kinnoull (circa 1595–1644), full-length, wearing armour, and holding a baton in his right hand, his left resting on a table with a red cloth, upon which is his helmet | 《喬治・黑伊,金諾伯爵二世(約1595-1644年)身披鎧甲、右手持棍、左手搭在桌邊的全身肖像,桌上鋪紅色桌布並擺放頭盔》

Portrait of George Hay, 2nd Earl of Kinnoull (circa 1595–1644), full-length, wearing armour, and holding a baton in his right hand, his left resting on a table with a red cloth, upon which is his helmet | 《喬治・黑伊,金諾伯爵二世(約1595-1644年)身披鎧甲、右手持棍、左手搭在桌邊的全身肖像,桌上鋪紅色桌布並擺放頭盔》

Estimate:

150,000 - 200,000 GBP

Property from a Private Collection

私人收藏

Sir Anthony van Dyck and Studio

安東尼・凡・戴克爵士及其工作室

Antwerp 1599 - 1641 London

Portrait of George Hay, 2nd Earl of Kinnoull (circa 1595–1644), full-length, wearing armour, and holding a baton in his right hand, his left resting on a table with a red cloth, upon which is his helmet

《喬治・黑伊,金諾伯爵二世(約1595-1644年)身披鎧甲、右手持棍、左手搭在桌邊的全身肖像,桌上鋪紅色桌布並擺放頭盔》


inscribed lower left: EARLE OF KENNOVL

款識:題款EARLE OF KENNOVL(左下)

oil on canvas

油彩畫布

218 x 132 cm.; 86 x 52 in.

218 x 132 公分;86 x 52 英寸

The Earls of Kinnoull, Dupplin Castle, near Perth, Scotland;

Edward Hyde, 1st Earl of Clarendon (1609–1674), Clarendon House, London;

By descent in the Clarendon family at Cornbury Park, Oxfordshire and at The Grove, Watford, Hertfordshire, until sold by Edward Villiers, 5th Earl of Clarendon (1846–1914);

With Arthur J. Sully, London;

With Sir Joseph Duveen, New York, by 1929;

The Norton Simon Foundation, San Francisco;

By whom sold, London, Sotheby's, 27 June 1973, lot 4;

Private collection, Europe, by 1988;

Anonymous sale, London, Sotheby's, 9 November 1994, lot 21, where acquired.

The List of Pictures at Cornbury, circa 1683–85, British Museum, London, Ms.19.027, ff. 35, 36;

J. Smith, A Catalogue Raisonné..., vol. III, London 1831, p. 198, no. 689;

H. Walpole, Anecdotes of Painting in England, 1768–1771 (London 1849 ed.), vol. I, p. 330;

Lady T. Lewis, Lives of the Friends and Contemporaries of Lord Chancellor Clarendon, vol. III, London 1852, p. 319, no. 31;

G.F. Waagen, Treasures of Art in Great Britain, London 1854, vol. II, p. 456, no. 11 (as in the Drawing Room at Grove Park);

J. Guiffrey, Antoine van Dyck; sa vie et son œuvre, Paris 1882, p. 269, no. 642;

Sir L. Cust, Anthony van Dyck. An historical study of his life and works, London 1900, p. 277, no. 111;

E. Schaeffer, Klassiker der Kunst: Van Dyck, Stuttgart and Leipzig 1909, p. 382, reproduced;

W.R. Valentiner, Aus der Niederländischen Kunst, Berlin 1914, p. 207, no. 44;

W. Heil, 'Die van Dyck-Ausstellung in Detroit', in Pantheon, vol. IV, 1929, p. 305, reproduced;

G. Glück, Klassiker der Kunst: Van Dyck, Stuttgart 1931, pp. 462 and 572, reproduced;

R. Gibson, Catalogue of Portraits in the Collection of the Earl of Clarendon, London 1977, pp. XIV, 139 and 142 (all the above as Van Dyck);

E. Larsen, The Paintings of Anthony van Dyck, Freren 1988, vol. 2, p. 492, cat. no. A235 (as a later copy);

O. Millar, in Van Dyck, A Complete Catalogue of the Paintings, S. Barnes et al. (eds), New Haven and London 2004, p. 473, under no. IV.55 (as studio of Van Dyck).

London, Royal Academy, Van Dyck 1599–1641, 1 January – 10 March 1900, no. 129;

Detroit, The Detroit Institute of Arts, Paintings by Anthony Van Dyck, 3–20 April 1929, no. 48 (lent by Sir Joseph Duveen);

Los Angeles, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Paintings by Rubens and Van Dyck, 19 November – 22 December 1946, no. 67 (lent by Sir Joseph Duveen);

Edinburgh, Scottish National Portrait Gallery, on loan 1997–2020 (all the above as Van Dyck).