View 1 of Lot 12. The Wine Harvest |《葡萄酒收穫》.
View 1 of Lot 12. The Wine Harvest |《葡萄酒收穫》.
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David Teniers the Younger

The Wine Harvest |《葡萄酒收穫》

Estimate:

3,000,000 - 5,000,000 GBP

Property from an Important English Private Collection | 重要英國私人收藏

David Teniers the Younger

David Teniers the Younger

The Wine Harvest |《葡萄酒收穫》

The Wine Harvest |《葡萄酒收穫》

Estimate:

3,000,000 - 5,000,000 GBP

Lot sold:

3,645,000

GBP

Property from an Important English Private Collection

重要英國私人收藏

David Teniers the Younger

小大衛・泰尼耶

Antwerp 1610 - 1690 Brussels

The Wine Harvest

《葡萄酒收穫》


signed lower right: D. TENIERS f

款識:藝術家簽名D. TENIERS f(右下)

oil on canvas, in a Panshanger frame

油彩畫布,Panshanger框

142.5 x 267 cm.; 56 x 105 1/8 in.

142.5 x 267 公分;56 x 105 ⅛ 英寸

Purchased by Peniston 1st Viscount Melbourne (1745–1828), probably between 1770–80, for his family seat, Brocket Hall, Hertfordshire where it was hung in the Dining Room;

By descent to his son, William, 2nd Viscount Melbourne (1779–1848);

By descent to his sister, Emily, Countess Cowper/Viscountess Palmerston (1787–1869);

By descent to her grandson, Francis, 7th Earl Cowper (1834–1905), when (1869) the canvas was moved to his family seat,Panshanger House, Hertfordshire where it was hung in the Small Dining Room;

By descent to his niece, Ethel (Ettie) Desborough (1867–1952);

By descent to her daughter, the Hon. Imogen Viscountess Gage (1906–1969), when the canvas was moved to the Gage family seat, Firle Place, East Sussex where it was hung in the Long Gallery;

Thence by descent.

Panshanger Gallery, (printed catalogue), c. 1905, p. 19, no. 4; 

A Graves, A Century of Loan Exhibitions 1813–1912, vol. III, London 1914, p. 1290;

C. Hussey, ‘Country Homes and Gardens Old and New: Panshanger. A seat of Lord and Lady Desborough’, in Country Life, 11 January 1936, p. 44 (as in the Small White Dining Room).

London, British Institution, 1823, no. 83 (‘The Vintage’; lent by [Lord] the 2nd Viscount Melbourne);

London, Royal Academy, Exhibition of works by the Old Masters, 1881, no. 76 (‘Worship of Bacchus’; lent by 7th Earl Cowper).