Joos van Cleve

The Annunciation



Joos van Cleve - The Annunciation

Literature

John Oliver Hand, Joos van Cleve, New Haven and London, 2004, nr. 58


Provenance

Francis Douce, London, until died 1834
Sir Samuel Rush Meyrick, Goodrich Court, Herefordshire, 1834–died 1848
his cousin, Lt. Col. Augustus Meyrick, Goodrich Court, from 1848
?his son, Gen. A.W.H. Meyrick, Goodrich Court, until about 1872
Mr. W. Twopenny, Woodstock Park, Sittingbourne
Mr. B.M. Twopenny, until 1896
sale, Christie's, London, 20 June 1896, nr. 71, as by Martin Schongauer, to Dowdeswell & Dowdeswell
with Dowdeswell & Dowdeswell, London, from 1896
Jules Porgès, Paris, by 1902–about 1920, as by the Maître dit de la Mort de Marie or Schongauer
with Kleinberger, Paris and New York
Michael Friedsam, New York, by 1924–died 1931


External links

Metropolitan Museum of Art Accession number 32.100.60

Other works by Joos van Cleve


Joos van Cleve Saint Jerome in his study
Saint Jerome in his study
after 1521

Joos van Cleve The Death of the Virgin Altarpiece
The Death of the Virgin Altarpiece
1523/24

Joos van Cleve Adoration of the Magi Altarpiece
Adoration of the Magi Altarpiece
c. 1525

Joos van Cleve Madonna and Child
Madonna and Child
c. 1530/35

Joos van Cleve
The Annunciation
c. 1525
85.7 x 79.6 cm
Oil on oak
Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York
Michael Friedsam Collection, Bequest of Michael Friedsam, 1931