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Conrad Faber von Creuznach
PORTRAIT OF CHRISTINA RAISS (1497–1541), HALF-LENGTH, WEARING A MAUVE AND BLACK DRESS, WITH GOLD CHAIN, PEARL BEAD NECKLACE AND GOLD RINGS
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Conrad Faber von Creuznach
PORTRAIT OF CHRISTINA RAISS (1497–1541), HALF-LENGTH, WEARING A MAUVE AND BLACK DRESS, WITH GOLD CHAIN, PEARL BEAD NECKLACE AND GOLD RINGS
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Conrad Faber von Creuznach
CIRCA 1500 CREUZNACH (?) - 1552/3 FRANKFURT AM MAIN
PORTRAIT OF CHRISTINA RAISS (1497–1541), HALF-LENGTH, WEARING A MAUVE AND BLACK DRESS, WITH GOLD CHAIN, PEARL BEAD NECKLACE AND GOLD RINGS
dated upper centre: 1529 and inscribed with the sitter's name and age: CRISTINA REYSIN IRES ALTERS. 32.
oil on oak panel
48.1 x 32.9 cm.; 19 x 13 in.
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來源

Arsène Houssaye (1815–96), Paris;
His posthumous sale, Paris, Drouot, 22–23 May 1896, lot 12, for 2,000 Francs (as Lucas Cranach);
Possibly Vischer collection, Basel (according to Kleinberger 1911, see Literature);
Possibly Félix Doisteau, Paris, 1909 (according to Kleinberger 1925, see Literature; though not listed in the Doisteau auction of 9 June 1909);
With François Kleinberger, Paris and New York, by 1911 until at least 1925;
On the Berlin art market, circa 1930 (according to von Holst, see Literature);
Paul Baerwald, New York (according to Zülch, see Literature);
Private collection, Switzerland;
Anonymous sale, Zürich, Koller, 22 September 2004, lot 3002;
Where acquired by the present owner.

展覽

New York, Kleinberger Gallery, 150 paintings by old masters of the Dutch, Flemish, German, Italian, Spanish and French schools, 1911, no. 121.

出版

F. Kleinberger, A descriptive and illustrated catalogue of 150 paintings by old masters of the Dutch, Flemish, German, Italian, Spanish and French schools, New York 1911, cat. no. 121;
M.J. Friedländer, 'Conrad Faber, painter of the Patricians of Frankfort', in Art in America, no. 1, 1913, p. 143, cat. no. 6;
F. Kleinberger, J. Duveen and M. Knoedler, A collection of ancient paintings, objects of art and modern paintings, New York 1925, no. 14;
N. von Holst, Die Deutsche Bildnismalerei zur Zeit des Manierismus, Strasbourg 1930, p. 80;
W.K. Zülch, Frankfurter Künstler 1223–1700, Frankfurt 1935, p. 309;
C.L. Kuhn, Catalogue of German paintings of the middle ages and Renaissance in American collections, Cambridge 1936, p. 50, under cat. no. 179;
W. Brücker, Conrad Faber von Creuznach, Frankfurt 1963, pp. 34–35 and 164–65, cat. no. 11, reproduced fig. 14.

相關資料

Christina Raiss was a member of an important Frankfurt family. She was the daughter of Johann Raiss, a member of the city council, and in 1515 married Siegfried Völker, also a Frankfurt councillor. Faber also painted Christina's two younger brothers, Wiker and Johann.1 These portraits of the siblings were clearly carried out simultaneously, all set against a plain background, dated 1529, and inscribed with their ages in the same way. The portraits of Wiker and Christina appear to have shared the same provenance until owned by Paul Baerwald, who sold the portrait of Wiker at Sotheby's, London, 26 June 1957, lot 50.

1 Offered London, Sotheby's, 6 July 2000, lot 15, and in the Historisches Museum, Frankfurt, inv. no. B 1721, respectively; see Brücker 1963, pp. 163–64, cat. nos 9 and 10, reproduced figs 11 and 12.

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