Anthony van Dyck

Philip, Lord Wharton



Anthony van Dyck - Philip, Lord Wharton

Literature

Catalogues raisonnÚs
Barnes IV.237 info

Collection catalogues
John Walker, National Gallery of Art, Washington, New York, 1995, nr. 338


Provenance

Philip Wharton, 4th baron Wharton, (1613-1696), Wharton Hall, near Kirkby Stephen, Westmorland, or Healaugh, West Riding, Yorkshire, until 1637
after 1637 in Wooburn, near High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire
by inheritance to his son, Thomas Wharton, 5th baron and 1st marquess of Wharton (1648-1716), Winchendon, near Aylesbury
by inheritance to his son, Philip Wharton, 1st and last duke of Wharton (1699-1731), Winchendon, near Aylesbury
purchased 1725 by Sir Robert Walpole, 1st earl of Orford and Prime Minister under George I and George II (1676-1745), Houghton Hall, Norfolk
by inheritance to his son, Robert Walpole, 2nd earl of Orford (1700-1751), Houghton Hall
by inheritance to his son, George Walpole, 3rd earl of Orford (1730-1791), Houghton Hall
acquired with the Walpole collection in 1779, through Count Aleksei Semonovich Musin-Pushkin, Russian ambassador to England, by Catherine II, empress of Russia (1729-1796), for the Imperial Hermitage Gallery, Saint Petersburg
purchased March 1930 through Matthiesen Gallery, Berlin, P. & D. Colnaghi & Co., London, and M. Knoedler & Co., New York by Andrew W. Mellon, Pittsburgh and Washington, D.C.
deeded 30 March 1932 to The A.W. Mellon Educational and Charitable Trust, Pittsburgh
gift 1937 to NGA


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Anthony van Dyck
Philip, Lord Wharton
1632
133 x 106 cm
Oil on canvas
Signed and dated lower left: P.Sr Ant: vandike; lower right: Philip Lord Wharton / 1632 about ye age / of 19.
National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.
Amdrew W. Mellon Collection