14 - 16 December 2010
THE PROPERTY OF A DUTCH FAMILY
Cornelis van Cuylenburgh II (Utrecht 1758-1827 The Hague)
Portrait of Simon de Jongh van Son (1758-1844), half-length, in a black costume with a white jabot, seated in his library; and Portrait of Charlotte Hahn, half-length, in a silver and black dress with lace collar and cuffs and a feathered hat
the second signed and dated 'Cv. Cuylenburg: pinx. 1791' (centre right)
oil on canvas
97.2 x 76.8 cm.
in a carved stained wood frame, circa 1900
a pair (2)
Ms. A.C. de Jongh van Son, by whom gifted to the Museum Kunstliefde, Utrecht, 1885.
J.L.S. van Son, Breukelen, thence by descent to the present owner.
On loan from Mr. van Son to the Centraal Museum, Utrecht, 1935.
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A.D. de Vries, A. Bredius, Catalogus der schilderijen in het Museum Kunstliefde te Utrecht, Utrecht 1885, no. 34.
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