Pen and brown ink, brush and gray wash, and traces of black chalk on ivory laid paper, incised for transfer
Inscribed, lower right, in pen and brown ink: "27"
267 x 184 mm
Gift of Richard and Mary L. Gray
Extended information about this artwork
I. Q. van Regteren Altena, Jacques de Gheyn, Three Generations (The Hague, 1983), no. 414 (ill.).
The New Hollstein Dutch and Flemish Etchings, Engravings and Woodcuts 1450–1700, The De Gheyn Family, 2 vols. Compiled by Jan Piet Filedt Kok and Marjolein Leesberg, ed. Ger Luijten (Rotterdam: Sound and Vision Publishers, 2000 in cooperation with the Rijksprentenkabinet, Rijksmuseum Amsterdam), vol. 2, no. 409, p. 169 (ill. p. 195).
Bob Haboldt, ed., Singular Vision: Haboldt & Co.’s Old Master Paintings and Drawings Since 1983 (Amsterdam, New York, Paris: Haboldt & Co., 2012), p. 346 (ill.).
Rotterdam, Museum Boymans-van Beuningen, Jacques de Gheyn II Drawings, Dec. 13, 1985–Sept. 2, 1986, cat.17; also Washington D.C., The National Gallery of Art, Sept. 3–Nov. 5, 1986.
The Art Institute of Chicago, “Rubens, Rembrandt, and Drawing in the Golden Age”, September 28, 2019 - January 5, 2020, pp. 212, 213 (ill.), 214-15, 279, 298, 331, cat. 76, cat. by Victoria Sancho Lobis, et. al.
Probably Jacques de Gheyn III (c. 1596–1641), The Hague and Utrecht; probably Johannes Uytenbogaert (1608–1680), Amsterdam, by descent; to Jan and Jacob van Gheel (1667–1757 and 1670–1721), Amsterdam. Jan Pietersz. Zoomer (1641–1724), Amsterdam; sold, Amsterdam, Apr. 5, 1725, lot 56, to Jan Goeree, Amsterdam; sold, Amsterdam, Mar. 12, 1731. Probably sold, Amsterdam, Mar. 8, 1762, part of lots 1417–78. Cornelis Ploos van Amstel (1726–1798), Amsterdam; sold, Amsterdam, Mar. 3, 1800, lot BBB62 or DD37 (with two other drawings), to B. de Bosch, Amsterdam; sold, Amsterdam, Mar. 10, 1817, lot 30 or 31, Amsterdam. Sold, Amsterdam, Oct. 16, 1928, lot 469 (with a second drawing), Amsterdam. I.Q. (Johan Quirijn) van Regteren Altena (1899–1980), Amsterdam; by descent; sold, Christie’s, Amsterdam, Nov. 12, 1990, lot 68, to Bob P. Haboldt, Paris. Paul Russell, Amsterdam; sold through Thomas Williams, London, to Richard and Mary L. Gray, Chicago, 2017; promised to the Art Institute of Chicago, 2018.
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