3 December 1997
Cornelis de Man (1621-1706)
An Interior with a Carpet, a Sword and a Jug on a Table, a 'Cello on a Chair, a Coat hanging on a Cupboard, a Cat playing with a Ball, a Maid beyond
oil on canvas
26 1/8 x 23 7/8in. (66.3 x 65.7cm.)
with Julius Böhler, Munich, 1910.
with A.S. Drey, Munich, 1925, as 'Pieter Janssens Elinga'.
Anon. Sale, Galerie Fiévez, Brussels, 8 May 1929, lot 77, as 'Cornelis de Man, signed and dated 1666'.
Edmont Meert, St. Niklaas, Belgium.
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C. Brière-Misme, Cornelis de Man, Oud-Holland, LII, 1935, pp. 114 and 116, fig. 25.
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