Anthony van Dyck

Study of Two Heads



Anthony van Dyck - Study of Two Heads

Literature

Catalogues raisonnés
Barnes I.91 info

Collection catalogues
Hans Buijs & Mària van Berge-Gerbaud, Tableaux flamands et hollandais du Musée des beaux-arts de Lyon, Paris; Lyon, 1991, nr. 16


Exhibitions

2012 The Young Van Dyck, Nr. 36

Provenance

Archduke Leopold Wilhelm, governor of the Spanish Netherlands, died 1662, Brussels and Vienna
inherited by his nephew, Emperor Leopold I, died 1705
integrated along with the entire collection of Leopold Wilhelm in the imperial collections in the Stallburg, Vienna
transferred to the Belvedere Palace, Vienna, 1776
confiscated by the French, 1809 and taken to France
since 1811 owned by the Museum (Envoi de l'État)
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Other works by Anthony van Dyck


Anthony van Dyck Giovanni Vincenzo Imperiale
Giovanni Vincenzo Imperiale
1625

Anthony van Dyck Portrait of a Genoese Noblewoman
Portrait of a Genoese Noblewoman

Anthony van Dyck Doña Polyxena Spinola Guzmán de Leganés
Doña Polyxena Spinola Guzmán de Leganés
early 1630s

Anthony van Dyck Portrait of Quintijn Simons
Portrait of Quintijn Simons
c. 1634

Anthony van Dyck
Study of Two Heads
c. 1618-20
49.5 x 58.5 cm
Oil on paper, transferred to panel
Musée des Beaux-Arts, Lyon