16 November 2006
Bernhard Vollenhove (Kampen 1633-1694)
Portrait of a gentleman, full-length, in a blue dressing gown, seated at a table in his study
inscribed, signed and dated 'A°o. Ætat LI. B. Vollenhove fecit 1679' (lower left)
oil on canvas
78.5 x 62 cm.
with D. Katz, Dieren.
Anonymous sale; Christie's, Amsterdam, 7 May 1996, lot 73.
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S.J. Gudlaugsson, Gerard Ter Borch, The Hague, 1959/60, II, p. 291, fig. 28.
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