Anthony van Dyck and Pauwel de Vos

The Rest on the Flight into Egypt (The Madonna with Partridges)



Anthony van Dyck and Pauwel de Vos - The Rest on the Flight into Egypt (The Madonna with Partridges)

Literature

Barnes III.8 info

Colin Eisler, Paintings in the Hermitage, New York, 1990, pp. 212-213 (as by Anthony van Dyck)
Natalya Gritsay and Natalya Babina, The State Hermitage Museum catalogue of Flemish painting, New Haven, 2008, nr. 104

Peter van der Ploeg, Carola Vermeeren, Princely patrons, Hague; Zwolle, 1997, p. 48, fig. 19
Koenraad Jonckheere, The Auction of King William's Paintings 1713, Amsterdam; Philadelphia, 2008, fig. 37


Provenance

Prince Frederik Hendrik of Orange, died 1647, The Hague (acquired from Jan Caspeel in Antwerp, 1646)
Huis ten Bosch, The Hague, by 1667
Het Loo Palace
sold in Amsterdam 26 July 1713
Cornelis Wittert, lord of Valkenburg
sale Rotterdam, 11 April 1731 and 7 October 1733
Sir Robert Walpole, later 1st Earl of Orford, died 1745, London (first mentioned 1736) and Houghton hall
by descent to his grandson, 3rd Earl of Orford, by whom sold to Empress Catherine II of Russia, 1779
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Anthony van Dyck and Pauwel de Vos
The Rest on the Flight into Egypt (The Madonna with Partridges)
215 x 285.5 cm
Oil on canvas
Hermitage, St. Petersburg