Jacob Ochtervelt

A lady in a window holding a bunch of grapes



Jacob Ochtervelt - A lady in a window holding a bunch of grapes

Literature

Homan Potterton, Dutch seventeenth and eighteenth century paintings in the National Gallery of Ireland, Dublin, 1986, pp. 106-107, fig. 116


Provenance

said to have been purchased by D.J.J. Cookes from a Dutch emigrant in the time of the war of 1808 or 1809
consigned by the Executors of the late Rev. Denham Cookes to Christie's, 1893, withdrawn before sale
Thomas Henry Cookes sale, Foster's, London, 8 May 1895, lot 98
where purchased by Gooden for The National Gallery of Ireland
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Other works by Jacob Ochtervelt


Jacob van Ochtervelt The Oyster Meal
The Oyster Meal

Jacob Ochtervelt A Woman playing a Virginal, Another singing and a Man playing a Violin
A Woman playing a Virginal, Another singing and a Man playing a Violin

Jacob Ochtervelt The Serenade
The Serenade
c. 1669

Jacob Ochtervelt A lady with a dog
A lady with a dog

Jacob Ochtervelt
A lady in a window holding a bunch of grapes
26.6 x 21 cm
Oil on panel
The National Gallery of Ireland, Dublin