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Attributed to Jan Cornelisz. van 't Woudt
SCHIPLUIDEN CIRCA 1570 - 1615 LEIDEN
PORTRAIT OF A LADY, THREE-QUARTER LENGTH, WEARING A BLACK COSTUME WITH A WHITE RUFF AND BONNET
oil on panel, oval;

inscribed and dated upper right: 'AEtatis / A? 160'


panel: 42 1/4 by 29 7/8 in.; 107.3 by 75.9 cm.
framed: 45 by 34 in.; 114.3 by 83.4 cm.
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來源

Mrs. Mortimer, London;
By whom (anonymously) sold, London, Christie's, 4 December 1931, lot 51 (as Van Vliet), for 10 Guineas, to Fink;
Lewis J. Ruskin, Scottsdale, Arizona;
By whom given to the Art Gallery of the University of Notre Dame, Indiana, in 1958 (inv. no. 58.13);
By whom sold, New York, Christie's, 7 October 1993, lot 18;
There acquired by the present owner.

展覽

Chicago, University of Chicago, 'Sobriety and Elegance in the Baroque,' 5 April — 10 May 1961, no. 1 (as Michiel van Mierevalt).

出版

'Checklist of the Collections: Art Gallery, University of Notre Dame,' Indiana 1973, p. 29, inv. no. 58.13 (as Michiel van Mierevelt).

相關資料

The companion piece for this painting is a male portrait in Państwowe Zbiory Sztuki na Wawelu, Kraków (inv. no. 318).1

We are grateful to Sabine Craft-Giepmans, Curator at the RKD-Netherlands Institute of Art History, for suggesting the attribution to Jan Cornelisz. Van’t Woudt on the basis of photographs.

1. See Portret Holenderski XVII wieku w zbiorach Polskich,' Poznan 1956, p. 41, cat. no. 59 (as Paulus Moreelse), reproduced fig. 16.

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