David Teniers the Younger

Peasants celebrating twelfth night



David Teniers the Younger - Peasants celebrating twelfth night

Literature

John Walker, National Gallery of Art, Washington, New York, 1995, nr. 377

Wayne Franits, Dutch Seventeenth-Century Genre Painting, New Haven, 2004, fig. 37


Provenance

Edward Ladd Betts (died 1695), England
M. Belinarde, 1785
Alfred and Jacques Pereire, Paris, by 1936
Mme. I. P(ereire)
her sale, Galerie Jean Charpentier, Paris, 4 June 1937, nr. 22
Guy Stein. Baron Alex. Gendebien, Brussels, in 1937
consigned c. 1939 for Baron Robert Gendebien by Eric-Emil Lyndhurst, Brussels, to Katz Gallery, Dieren, The Netherlands
probably sold to P. Smit van Gelder, Antwerp
sold to J. Kalb
sold 12 February 1941 to Goudstikker firm, Amsterdam
sold 11 December 1941 to Professor Hoffmann, Munich
Baron Robert Gendebien, Brussels, 1955
Eric-Emil Lyndhurst, Brussels, 1955
with Kunsthandel Gebr. Douwes, Amsterdam, 1955
sale, Sotheby's, London, 10 July 1963, nr. 42
Mrs. Pethick
Mrs. M. Polak, New York
with Kunsthandel Gebr. Douwes, Amsterdam, in 1964
Dr. Heinrich Becker, Dortmund, by 1967
with Schaeffer Galleries, New York
purchased 3 February 1972 by NGA

External links

National Gallery of Art, Washington D.C. Accession number 1972.10.1

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David Teniers the Younger and Jan van Kessel The presentation of the Captain General's baton to Antonio Moncada by Queen Bianca, Regent of Sicily, 1410
The presentation of the Captain General's baton to Antonio Moncada by Queen Bianca, Regent of Sicily, 1410

David Teniers the Younger Village Festival
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David Teniers the Younger Allegory of Prudence Triumphing Over Vanity (Allegory of Faith)
Allegory of Prudence Triumphing Over Vanity (Allegory of Faith)

David Teniers the Younger Adam and Eve in Paradise
Adam and Eve in Paradise
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David Teniers the Younger
Peasants celebrating twelfth night
1635
47.2 x 69.9 cm
Oil on wood
Signed and dated, lower left on table edge: D. TENIERS F 1635
National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.
Ailsa Mellon Bruce Fund