Anthony van Dyck

Lady d'Aubigny



Anthony van Dyck - Lady d'Aubigny



Anthony van Dyck
Lady d'Aubigny
c. 1638
106.5 x 85 cm
Oil on canvas
Inscribed lower right: LADY AVBIGNY
National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.
Widener Collection


Literature

Catalogues raisonnés
Barnes IV.16 info

Collection catalogues
John Walker, National Gallery of Art, Washington, New York, 1995, nr. 341


Provenance

Catherine Howard, Lady d'Aubigny (1620-1650, married secondly to Sir James Livingstone, 1st earl of Newburgh)
presumably by inheritance to her son, Charles Stuart, Lord d'Aubigny, 6th duke of Lennox and 3rd duke of Richmond (1639-1672)
presumably by inheritance to his third wife, Frances Teresa Stuart (her maiden name), Dowager Duchess of Richmond and Lennox (1648-1702)
by inheritance to her sister-in-law, Catherine Stuart O'Brien Williamson, suo jure baroness of Clifton (1640-1702), and daughter of the sitter
by inheritance to her daughter, Catherine O'Brien, baroness Clifton (1673-1706), who married Edward Hyde, 3rd earl of Clarendon (first creation, 1661-1723), Cornbury Park, Oxfordshire
by inheritance to his cousin, Henry Hyde, 4th and last earl of Clarendon (first creation) and 2nd earl of Rochester (1672-1753)
by inheritance through his daughter, Lady Jane Hyde, Countess of Essex (1696-1723/1724, married William Capell, 3rd earl of Essex) to her daughter, Charlotte Capell (1721-1790), who married Thomas Villiers, 1st earl of Clarendon (second creation, 1709-1786), The Grove, Watford, Hertfordshire
by inheritance to their son, Thomas Villiers, 2nd earl of Clarendon (1753-1824), The Grove
by inheritance to his brother, John Charles Villiers, 3rd earl of Clarendon (1757-1838), The Grove
by inheritance to his nephew, George William Villiers, 4th earl of Clarendon (1800-1870), The Grove
by inheritance to his son, Edward Hyde Villiers, 5th earl of Clarendon (1846-1914), The Grove
sold 1909 to Arthur J. Sulley, London
sold 1909 to Peter A.B. Widener, Lynnewood Hall, Elkins Park, Pennsylvania
inheritance from Estate of Peter A.B. Widener by gift through power of appointment of Joseph E. Widener, Elkins Park
gift 1942 to NGA


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