Anthony van Dyck

Saint Jerome with an Angel



Anthony van Dyck - Saint Jerome with an Angel

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Anthony van Dyck - Saint Jerome with an Angel
Anthony van Dyck
Saint Jerome with an Angel
c. 1618-20

Literature

Catalogues raisonnés
Barnes I.33 info

Collection catalogues
De verzameling van de Stichting Willem van der Vorm in het Museum Boymans-van Beuningen Rotterdam / Collection of the Willem van der Vorm Foundation at the Boymans-van Beuningen Museum Rotterdam, Rotterdam, 1994, nr. 11
Erik Beenker, The collection, Rotterdam, 2005, p. 79

Literature
, Calendar in Burlington Magazine, 1282, 2010 pp. 68-72, fig. 90


Exhibitions

2012 The Young Van Dyck, Nr. 68

Provenance

Peter Paul Rubens, Antwerp (his estate, 1640)
purchased from his estate by Philips IV of Spain between 1640 and 1645
at the Royal Palace (Alcázar) in Madrid until 1656
Escorial (Sacristy of San Lorenzo) 1656-1800
Joseph Bonaparte, King of Spain
presented by him to Maréchal Soult (Nicolas-Jean de Dieu, Duke of Dalmatia), who took the work to Paris
taken to England by William Buchanan shortly before 1840
Matthew Anderson, Jesmond Cottage, near Newcastle, 1857
Henry Spencer Lucy (died 1865), Charlecote Park, Warwick
Fairfax Lucy, Charlecote Park, Warwick, 1900
Lucy sale, Christie's, London, 1 June 1945, to Rosenberg
with S. & R. Rosenberg Gallery
David Bingham, New York, 1946-55
sold by his widow in 1956 to Willem van der Vorm, Rotterdam
Stichting Willem van der Vorm, Rotterdam
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External links

Museum Boijmans van Beumingen, Rotterdam Accession number VdV 22

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Anthony van Dyck Jupiter and Antiope
Jupiter and Antiope
c. 1618

Anthony van Dyck The Betrayal of Christ
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Anthony van Dyck Saint James the Great
Saint James the Great
c. 1618

Anthony van Dyck Paola Adorno, Marchesa Brignole Sale, and her son
Paola Adorno, Marchesa Brignole Sale, and her son
c. 1625

Anthony van Dyck
Saint Jerome with an Angel
c. 1618-20
168.3 x 134.7 cm
Oil on canvas
Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen, Rotterdam
On loan from the Foundation Willem van der Vorm