New York, East
19 October 2000
PROPERTY FROM THE ESTATE OF MS. HERTHA KATZ
After Sir Anthony van Dyck
Portrait of Hubert van den Eynden, small bust length in a brown coat and linen collar
oil on paper laid down on canvas
7½ x 55/8 in. (19 x 14.2 cm.)
with Schäffer Gallery, Berlin, 1930, at which time the authenticity was confirmed by Gustav Glück and Ludwig Burchard.
Anon. Sale, Mandelbaum and Kronthal, Berlin, 6 November 1935, lot 185a.
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C. Depauw and G. Luijten, in the catalogue of the exhibition, Anthony van Dyck as a printmaker, Antwerp, 1999, pp. 190-191, fig. 2, as whereabouts unknown, by an anonymous follower of van Dyck.
The sitter was one of the three sculptors portrayed in van Dyck's series of engravings of contemporary artists. The present painting is a copy after a print from that series.
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