Rembrandt - Smell


Discovered in 2015, this painting is part of a series of the five senses. At the moment only taste is still missing.



Provenance

Phillip Joshua Rappoport (1887–1961) and Minnie Shelkowitz Rappoport (1894–1974), Paterson, New Jersey, by the 1930s
by descent to their daughter Lila Landau (1929–2010) and her husband Walter Landau (1928–2011)
by descent to their sons Nathaniel, Roger, and Steven Landau, New Jersey
sale, Nye & Co., New Jersey, 22 September 2015, no. 216, as Continental School, “Triple Portrait with a Lady Fainting”, to Galerie Talabardon & Gautier, Paris
from whom acquired by the present owner in 2016

External links

Leiden Collection, New York Accession number RR-111

Other works by Rembrandt


Rembrandt The Apostle Simon
The Apostle Simon
1661

Rembrandt Portrait of the preacher Eleazar Swalmius
Portrait of the preacher Eleazar Swalmius
1637

Rembrandt Rembrandt laughing
Rembrandt laughing
c. 1628

Mainly executed by a member of Rembrandt's workshop Portrait of a man (Balthasar Coymans?)
Portrait of a man (Balthasar Coymans?)
1641 (?)

Rembrandt
Smell
c. 1625
21.6 x 17.8 cm
Oil on panel
Monogram upper right 'RF' or 'RHF'
The Leiden Collection, New York