Elizabeth Gott Templeton and Sara R. Shorey endowment funds; Print and Drawing Fund
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Estate of the artist [offered for sale, Haarlem, July 3 (and following days), 1685 but appeared to have remained with Dirck van der Stoel (died 1723), Ostade’s son-in-law]; sold, Haarlem, May 24, 1694. Probably Bernard Picart (1673-1733), c. 1712-16 [when a complete set of Ostade’s prints were published]. Pieter de Haan (1723-1766); sold, Amsterdam, Mar. 9, 1767, to Pierre Fouquet Jr. (1729-1800), Paris [probably purchased for the publisher Pierre-François Basan]; Pierre-François Basan (1723-1797); probably by descent to his son, Henry-Louis Basan. Auguste Jean (died 1820), from c. 1810; by descent his widow; to Auguste Bernard, Paris, from 1846; to his son, Michel Bernard, c. 1875. Alvin-Beaumont, Paris, by at least 1924 [Les Eaux-Fortes de Adriaan van Ostade (1610-1685) (Byblis, III, Paris, 1924), pp. 99-101]; sold to the family of E. H. Kok, The Netherlands, 1938 [according to email from C. G. Boerner dated Mar. 1, 2021 and Amsterdam 1995 auc. cat.]; sold Christies, Amsterdam, Nov. 13, 1995, lot 43, to Rob Noortman, Maastricht; to a private collector, Germany, 1998; sold by C. G. Boerner, New York, to the Art Institute of Chicago, 2021.
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