Anthony van Dyck

The assumption of the Virgin



Anthony van Dyck - The assumption of the Virgin

Literature

Barnes III.37 info

John Walker, National Gallery of Art, Washington, New York, 1995, nr. 322


Provenance

Private collection, Antwerp, by 1670 until at least 1717
P. van de Copello, Amsterdam
sold 26 January 1774 to John Hope (1737-1784), Amsterdam
his estate, Amsterdam and London
by inheritance to his youngest son, Henry Philip Hope (1774-1839), London
by inheritance to his nephew, Henry Thomas Hope (1808-1862), London and Deepdene, near Dorking, Surrey
by inheritance to his widow, Adèle Hope-Bichat (died 1884), London and Deepdene
by inheritance to her grandson, Henry Francis Hope Pelham-Clinton-Hope, 8th duke of Newcastle-under-Lyme (1866-1941), London, Deepdene, and Clumber Park, Nottingham
sold 1898 to Asher Wertheimer, London on joint account with P. & D. Colnaghi & Co., London and New York
sold 13 December 1898 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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Anthony van Dyck Philadelphia and Elizabeth Wharton
Philadelphia and Elizabeth Wharton
1640

Anthony van Dyck Rinaldo and Armida
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Anthony van Dyck Thomas
Thomas
c. 1618-20

Anthony van Dyck Family Portrait
Family Portrait
c. 1620

Anthony van Dyck
The assumption of the Virgin
c. 1627
118 x 102 cm
Oil on canvas
National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.
Widener Collection