Giuseppe Maria Crespi

Lucretia Threatened by Tarquin



Giuseppe Maria Crespi - Lucretia Threatened by Tarquin

Literature

John Walker, National Gallery of Art, Washington, New York, 1995, nr. 467


Provenance

Possibly Palazzo Barbazza, Bologna, by 1739 until at least the 1760s
probably Duke Albert von Sachsen-Teschen (1738 1822), Bratislava, Brussels, and Vienna, by 1768 (as by Mattia Preti)
with Guillaume Verbelen, Brussels
his sale, Brussels, 8 October 1833, nr. 148, as Mattia Preti
J.J. Chapuis (died 1865), Brussels
his sale, De Donker and Vergote, Brussels, 4 December 1865 and days following, nr. 320, as by Mattia Preti
with M.A. Almas, Paris, 1937
with Le Bouheler, Paris
purchased 1938 by the Samuel H. Kress Foundation, New York
gift 1952 to NGA


External links

National Gallery of Art, Washington D.C. Accession number 1952.5.30

Other works by Giuseppe Maria Crespi


Giuseppe Maria Crespi Portrait of a Knight of the Order of St Stephen
Portrait of a Knight of the Order of St Stephen

Giuseppe Maria Crespi Portrait of Count Fulvio Grati
Portrait of Count Fulvio Grati

Giuseppe Maria Crespi Young Woman Tuning her Lute
Young Woman Tuning her Lute
c. 1700-05

Giuseppe Maria Crespi Peasant with a Donkey
Peasant with a Donkey

Giuseppe Maria Crespi
Lucretia Threatened by Tarquin
c. 1700
195 x 172 cm
Oil on canvas
National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.
Samuel H. Kress Collection