Anthony van Dyck

Saint Sebastian Bound for Martyrdom



Anthony van Dyck - Saint Sebastian Bound for Martyrdom

Literature

Barnes I.47 info


Exhibitions

2012 The Young Van Dyck, Nr. 74

Provenance

(?) Peter Paul Rubens, Antwerp
possibly inherited by Caterina Giustiniani, wife of Bartolomeo Saluzzo (c. 1705), and sold by their son Alessandro Saluzzo to Costantino Balbi (died 1740), Genoe
first recorded in a 1724 inventory of his collection, and in a 1740 inventory of the same collection Palazzo Balbi, Genoe
by descent to Costantino's son Giacomo Balbi, Palazzo Balbi
by descent to his son Costantino Balbi, whose daughters (the Marchesa Violantina di Spinola and the Marchesa Tommasina Adorno Balbi) sold it in 1830 to the Royal Institution, Edinburgh
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Anthony van Dyck Philip, Lord Wharton
Philip, Lord Wharton
1632

Anthony van Dyck Drunken Silenus
Drunken Silenus
after 1617-18

Anthony van Dyck Isabella Brant
Isabella Brant
c. 1621

Anthony van Dyck Marchesa Geronima Spinola
Marchesa Geronima Spinola

Anthony van Dyck
Saint Sebastian Bound for Martyrdom
c. 1620-21
230 x 163.3 cm
Oil on canvas
National Galleries of Scotland, Edinburgh