Master of the Dinteville Allegory

Moses and Aaron before Pharaoh



Master of the Dinteville Allegory - Moses and Aaron before Pharaoh

Literature

Pierre Rosenberg, Only in America, Milano, 2006, pp. 62-63


Provenance

Dinteville family, Polisy, the château of Jean de Dinteville, 1537–1653
François de Cazillac, marquis de Cessac (descendant of Claude de Dinteville, niece of Jean de Dinteville), Paris, from 1653
probably Marie-Renée le Genevois, granddaughter and heiress of François de Cazillac
her heir, Chrestien II de Lamoignon
his wife, Marie-Louise Gon de Bergonne, in 1728
Chrétien-Guillaume de Lamoignon, son of Chrestien II de Lamoignon, from 1759
his son, Chrétien François II de Lamoignon, marquis de Basville, until 1787
sale, estate of Nicolas Beaujon, Hôtel d'Évreux, Rémy and Julliot fils, Paris, 25 April – 4 May 1787, nr. 16, as by Holbein, sold to Le Brun
with Le Brun, Paris, 1787–91
sale, Paris, 11 April 1791, nr. 44, as by Holbein
?comte de Cerny, château de Lisy, near Anisy-le-Château, Aisne, France
sale, Boucly/Masson (comm. pris.) and Delaroche/Destouches (experts), Paris, 3 December 1810, nr. 35
sale, Le Chevalier/Elie, Paris, 28 October 1811, nr. 80
probably Capt. Stair Hathorn Stewart, Glasserton, Withorn, Scotland, until died 1865
his grandson, Stair Hathorn Johnston Stewart, Glasserton, until died 1905
his half-brother, Admiral Robert Hathorn Johnston Stewart, Glasserton, by 1910–died 1940
sale, Christie's, London, 26 February 1910, nr. 106, to Dale, bought in
Stewart's estate, 1940–48
sale Christie's, London, 23 July 1948, nr. 58, to Sabin
with Frank T. Sabin, London, 1948–50, sold to MMA


External links

Metropolitan Museum of Art Accession number 50.70

Master of the Dinteville Allegory
Moses and Aaron before Pharaoh
1537
176 x 192.7 cm
Oil on wood
Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York
Wentworth Fund, 1950