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    Sale 12975

    Noble & Private Collections Part I

    2 November 2016, London, King Street

  • Lot 168

    Philip van Dijk (Amsterdam 1680-1753 The Hague)

    Two ladies with a parrot at a casement

    Price Realised  

    Estimate

    Philip van Dijk (Amsterdam 1680-1753 The Hague)
    Two ladies with a parrot at a casement
    signed and dated 'P.V Dijk. F: / F 1717.' (lower right and lower left)
    oil on panel
    15 1/8 x 12 ¾ in. (38.3 x 31.9 cm.)


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    Provenance

    The Property of the Greffiers Flagel; Coxe, Burrell & Forster, London, 22 May 1801, lot 35, sold for 60 gns. to Henry Hope, and by descent to his son,
    Henry Thomas Hope, Deepdene, Surrey, and by descent to,
    Lord Francis Pelham-Clinton-Hope, 8th Duke of Newcastle, London, sold in 1898 to the following,
    Asher Wertheimer, London.
    Mrs. F. Schlesinger; Sotheby's, London, 5 July 1967, lot 116, sold for 1,238 gns. to the following,
    with Richard Green, London, 1968.
    Anonymous sale; Dorotheum, Vienna, 18-21 March 1969, lot 27.
    The Estate of Ruth K. Gaylord; Sotheby Parke Bernet, New York, 4 June 1980, lot 173 ($50,000).
    The Fermor-Hesketh Collection; Christie's, London, 8 July 1988, lot 21.
    with Heide Hübner, Würzburg, 1989.
    with Johnny Van Haeften, London, 1989.


    Saleroom Notice

    Please note, the images of lots 168 and 169 are swapped in the printed catalogue. Please visit Christies.com for the correct images.


    Literature

    G. F. Waagen, Treasures of Great Art in Britain, London, 1854, II, p. 118.
    A Catalogue of Pictures...lent to South Kensington Museum by Lord Francis Pelham-Clinton-Hope, 1891, no. 44.


    Exhibited

    London, South Kensington Museum, 1891-7.