Cornelis van Poelenburch

Amaryllis Giving Myrtill the Prize



Cornelis van Poelenburch - Amaryllis Giving Myrtill the Prize

Literature

Sluijter-Seijffert 149

Eric Jan Sluijter, Rembrandt's rivals, Amsterdam; Philadelphia, 2015, fig. IIB-47
Lyckle de Vries, Stories in gilded frames, Amsterdam, 2016, fig. 17



Provenance

Frederik Henry and Amelia of Solms, The Hague (Honselaarsdijk), c. 1635-1647
William II, The Hague (Honselaarsdijk), 1647-1650
William III, The Hague (Honselaarsdijk), 1650-1702
heirs of William III, The Hague (Honselaarsdijk), 1702-1732
Frederick William I, The Hague (Honselaarsdijk), 1732-1740
thereafter by succession through the royal house of Prussia
transferred to Berlin in 1742
Berliner Schloss, Berlin, 1742-1829
Königliches Museum, later Kaiser-Friedrich-Museum, Berlin, 1830-1945
Bode-Museum, East Berlin, 1945-1989
Staatliche Museen zu Berlin, Gemäldegalerie, from 1989
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Other works by Cornelis van Poelenburch


Cornelis van Poelenburgh Figures Dancing near a Ruin
Figures Dancing near a Ruin
c. 1624

Cornelis van Poelenburch View of the Campo Vaccino in Rome
View of the Campo Vaccino in Rome
1620

Cornelis van Poelenburch Shepherdess
Shepherdess

Cornelis van Poelenburch Portrait of Jan Pellicorne
Portrait of Jan Pellicorne
c. 1626

Cornelis van Poelenburch
Amaryllis Giving Myrtill the Prize
1635
116.5 x 148.3 cm
Oil on canvas
Gemäldegalerie, Berlin