Rembrandt

Antoni Coopal



Rembrandt - Antoni Coopal

Literature

Catalogues raisonnés
HdG 631
Bredius 203
Bauch 377 info
Gerson 183
Bredius/Gerson 203 info
Tümpel A89 (Rembrandt workshop)
Corpus III C 108 (circle or workshop)

Literature
Gary Schwartz, Rembrandt zijn leven, zijn schilderijen, Maarssen, 1984, fig. 130
Walter Liedtke, Rembrandt in America, Raleigh, Cleveland and Minneapolis in Burlington Magazine, 1307, 2012 pp. 150-151, fig. 79
Norbert Middelkoop (ed.), Ferdinand Bol and Govert Flinck, Amsterdam, 2017, fig. 22 (Rembrandt and Govert Flinck)



Provenance

Probably Choiseul-Praslin Collection
Choiseul-Praslin Sale, Paris, 18 February 1793 (Lugt 5005), nr. 35, to De Praslin
collection of Michael Bryan, London
his sale, George Squibb, London, 20 June 1821 (Lugt 10068), nr. 52
probably E. W. Lake Collection, London, 1845 and 1848
with Thomas Lawrie & Co., London, 1898
collection of Baron Nathaniel de Rothschild (1836–1905), Vienna, 1898
by descent to his nephew Baron Alphonse de Rothschild (1878?–1942), Vienna
seized by Nazi Forces in 1938 and taken to the Führerbau, Munich, by 1943 (no. 3116)
collected by the Allies and taken to the Munich Central Collecting Point (no. 1661/1)
released to the United States Forces in Austria (K1106)
returned to the Rothschild family on 25 April 1946
with Frederick Mont, New York
Baron and Baroness Charles and Edith Neuman de Včgvŕr, Greenwich, 1947–62
by descent until 2007, as by Flinck and Rembrandt
with Otto Naumann, Ltd., New York, 2007
from whom acquired by the present owner in 2007

External links

RKD 32821
Leiden Collection, New York Accession number RR-103

Other works by Rembrandt


Rembrandt Scholar at his desk
Scholar at his desk
1641

Rembrandt Head of Christ
Head of Christ
c. 1648-56

Rembrandt Self-Portrait
Self-Portrait
1632

Rembrandt The Apostle Jacob
The Apostle Jacob
1661

Rembrandt
Antoni Coopal
1635
83 x 67 cm
Oil on panel
The Leiden Collection, New York