26 January 2001
THE PROPERTY FROM THE ESTATE OF HJALMAR HARTMANN
HENDRICK BLOEMAERT (Utrecht 1601-1672)
The Virgin Annunciate; and The Angel of the Annunciation
both signed and dated 'HBloemaert.fe./1632.' ('HB' linked, the first center left, the second lower left)
oil on panel
27¼ x 21¾ in. (69.3 x 55.2 cm.)
both bear inscription 'SCHOT no.7' on the reverse
a pair (2)
Leonardus Nardus, Muller, Amsterdam, 27 November 1917, lot 35.
Consul General Hjalmar Hartmann, Copenhagen, by 1944, and by descent to Hjalmar Hartmann, Hellerup, circa 1960.
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M. Roethlisberger, Abraham Bloemaert and his sons, Ghent, 1993, pp. 498-99, under 'other paintings of this subject'.
We are grateful to Professor Marcel Roethlisberger for confirming the attribution on the basis of transparencies.
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