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    Sale 2820

    Old Master and 19th Century Art

    6 May 2009, Amsterdam

  • Lot 112

    Wybrand Hendriks (Amsterdam 1744-1831 Haarlem)

    Portrait of Jan van Walre, full length, in a riding costume with his dog, his horse and a servant by his side; and Portrait of Maria Kops, full length, in a white dress and elaborate hat with her daughter by her side

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    Wybrand Hendriks (Amsterdam 1744-1831 Haarlem)
    Portrait of Jan van Walre, full length, in a riding costume with his dog, his horse and a servant by his side; and Portrait of Maria Kops, full length, in a white dress and elaborate hat with her daughter by her side
    the first signed and dated 'Wt. Hendriks. Pinxit 1787' (lower right); the second signed and dated 'Wt Hendriks Pinxit 1787.' (lower right)
    oil on canvas, unframed
    69.3 x 56.5 cm.
    a pair (2)


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    Provenance

    Mrs. de Bordes-van Walré, Utrecht.
    Mrs. A.G.W. van Eeghen-de Bordes, Zeist.


    Literature

    A. Staring, 'Het portret in Nederland 1730-1830', in: Oud Holland, XL, 1922, pp. 70-1.
    A. Staring, De Hollanders Thuis, The Hague, 1956, p. 170, plate LII (portrait of Maria Kops only).
    M. Praz, Conversation Pieces, London, 1971, pp. 260-1, illustrated (portrait of Maria Kops only).


    Exhibited

    The Hague, Panorama Mesdag, Het Portret in Nederland 1730-1830, 1921, no. 17.
    Amsterdam, Rijksmuseum, Drie eeuwen portret in Nederland, 29 June-5 October 1952, no. 61.
    Haarlem, Teylers Museum, Wybrand Hendriks, 20 May-16 July 1972, pp. 15 and 22, nos. 9-10, figs. 17-8.