Christie’s charges a premium to the buyer on the Hammer Price of each lot sold at the following rates: 29.75% of the Hammer Price of each lot up to and including €20,000, plus 23.8% of the Hammer Price between €20,001 and €800.000, plus 14.28% of any amount in excess of €800.000. Buyer’s premium is calculated on the basis of each lot individually.
(Possibly) Gustav Weil, Prague, 1922.
L.S. Timken, New York.
Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, 1980.
Anonymous sale; Christie's, New York, 5 June 1980, lot 122.
with X. Scheidwimmer, Munich, 1988, where bought by the present owner.
(Possibly) Th. von Frimmel, 'Ein Gemälde von Pieter de Hooch in Prager Privatbesitz', Der Kunstwanderer, 1922-3, p. 128, as 'Pieter de Hooch'.
(Possibly) Catalogue of the Weil collection, 1924, p. 9, as 'Pieter de Hooch'.
W.R. Valentiner, Klassiker der Kunst: Pieter de Hooch, Stuttgart 1929, p. 283, illustrated p. 117, as 'Pieter de Hooch'.
E. Pelinck, 'Een portretgroep van de familie Jacott- Hoppesack', De Nederlandsche Leeuw, 75, 1958, p. 308.
P.C. Sutton, Pieter de Hooch, 1980, p. 140, no. D140, as 'in the style of Samuel van Hoogstraten'.
W. Sumowski, Gemälde der Rembrandt- Schüler, Landau Pfalz, 1983, II, p. 1294, no. 837, illustrated p. 1320.