Copy after Jacob Jordaens

The infant Jupiter fed by the goat Amalthea



Copy after Jacob Jordaens - The infant Jupiter fed by the goat Amalthea


After a lost original known through a drawing in the Hermitage, St. Petersburg, and a painted studio replica in the museum in Kishinev, Moldavia


Literature

Peter C. Sutton, Northern European Paintings in the Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia, 1990, nr. 51


Provenance

Possibly sale, Amsterdam, 10 September 1798 (as Jacob Jordaens, Jupiter and Amalthea, with several nymphs and satyrs)
The Bllomfield Moore Collection
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External links

Philadelphia Museum of Art Accession number 1889-79

Other works by Jacob Jordaens


Jacob Jordaens Self-Portrait as a Bagpipe Player
Self-Portrait as a Bagpipe Player
c. 1640/45

Paul de Vos and Jacob Jordaens Cook at a Table with Dead Game
Cook at a Table with Dead Game

Peter Paul Rubens and Jacob Jordaens Perseus and Andromeda
Perseus and Andromeda

Studio of Jacon Jordaens The Virgin and Child in a Cartouche Decorated with Flowers
The Virgin and Child in a Cartouche Decorated with Flowers

Copy after Jacob Jordaens
The infant Jupiter fed by the goat Amalthea
98.4 x 116.8 cm
Oil on canvas
Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia
The Bloomfield Moore Collection