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    Sale 2769

    Old Master Pictures and Drawings

    14 November 2007, Amsterdam

  • Lot 164

    Attributed to Daniël Haringh (The Hague c. 1636-1713)

    Portrait of a goldsmith, three-quarter-length, seated by a table on a draped terrace, in a brown Japansche rok and white chemise, the 'Hercules Farnese' beyond

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    Attributed to Daniël Haringh (The Hague c. 1636-1713)
    Portrait of a goldsmith, three-quarter-length, seated by a table on a draped terrace, in a brown Japansche rok and white chemise, the 'Hercules Farnese' beyond
    oil on panel
    51.9 x 40.4 cm.


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    Provenance

    Estate of James Elverson, Hoe Collection, USA, 1911.


    Literature

    B. Lymant, Niederländische Malerei des 17. Jahrhunderts, Porträts, Liesborn, 1985, I, pp. 12-3, illustrated.
    H.-J. Raupp, Portraits, Münster, 1995, I, pp. 60-1, no. 19, illustrated.


    Exhibited

    New York, American Art Galleries, Madison Square South, 16-17 February 1911.
    Schloss Brake, Weserrenaissance Museum and Paderborn, Städtische Galerie in der Reithalle Schloss Neuhaus, Portraits- Niederländische Malerei des 17. Jahrhunderts, between March 1995 and 14 July 1996.
    Liesborn, Museum Abtei, Portraits, on loan.