Meindert Hobbema

The Watermill with the Great Red Roof



Meindert Hobbema - The Watermill with the Great Red Roof

Literature

Collection catalogues
Selected by James Cuno, Master Paintings in the Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago; New Haven and London, 2009, p. 33
Literature
Wolfgang Stechow, Dutch landscape painting of the seventeenth century, London, 1966, fig. 153


Provenance

Possibly John Ellis, London 1755
possibly Lord Mount Temple
Durand-Ruel, Paris, by 1890
sold to the Art Institute of Chicago, June 1890, together with a group of Dutch and Flemish paintings, many from the Demidoff collection, using funds advanced by four trustees and reimbursed through the gift of Mr. and Mrs. Frank G. Logan in 1903
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External links

Art Institute Chicago Accession number 1894.1031

Other works by Meindert Hobbema


Meindert Hobbema A View on a High Road
A View on a High Road
1665

Meindert Hobbema A Farm in the Sunlight
A Farm in the Sunlight
1668

Meindert Hobbema The entrance to the forest
The entrance to the forest
c. 1663-65

Meindert Hobbema Entrance to a Village
Entrance to a Village

Meindert Hobbema
The Watermill with the Great Red Roof
1662/65
81.3 x 110 cm
Oil on canvas
Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago
Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Frank G. Logan