Anthony van Dyck

Family Portrait



Anthony van Dyck - Family Portrait

Literature

Barnes I.113

Colin Eisler, Paintings in the Hermitage, New York, 1990, p. 487
Natalya Gritsay and Natalya Babina, The State Hermitage Museum catalogue of Flemish painting, New Haven, 2008, nr. 97



Provenance

Bought in Antwerp, in 1762, by La Live de Jully, Paris
his sale, Paris, 2-14 March 1770 to Groengloedt
'Mme Groengloedt' (also spelled 'Groenbloodt, Goenbloodt, Grunblots' etc.), Brussels
acquired from her some time before 1774 via Dimitri Golitsyn (Golyzin), Russian Ambassador in Paris, by the Empress Catherine II for The Hermitage
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Other works by Anthony van Dyck


Anthony van Dyck The assumption of the Virgin
The assumption of the Virgin
c. 1627

Anthony van Dyck Portrait of a Young Man
Portrait of a Young Man

Anthony van Dyck Two Ladies-in-Waiting to Queen Henrietta Maria
Two Ladies-in-Waiting to Queen Henrietta Maria

Anthony van Dyck Thomas
Thomas
c. 1618-20

Anthony van Dyck
Family Portrait
c. 1620
113.5 x 93.5 cm
Oil on canvas
Hermitage, St. Petersburg

Family portrait