Cornelis Troost

Portrait of Jeronimus Tonneman and His Son, Jeronimus: 'The Dilettanti'



Cornelis Troost - Portrait of Jeronimus Tonneman and His Son, Jeronimus: 'The Dilettanti'

Literature

Homan Potterton, Dutch seventeenth and eighteenth century paintings in the National Gallery of Ireland, Dublin, 1986, pp. 155-156, fig. 161



Provenance

Jeronimus Tonneman the Younger
by descent to his daughter Mrs. P.H. de la Court
thence by descent
coll. Douaire de la Court-Ram, Utrecht, 1894
J. van Citters sale, Christie's, 12 June 1899, lot 78
bt. Dowdeswell
coll. Ward, London
S. Richards, London
from whom purchased by The National Gallery of Ireland, 1909
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Cornelis Troost
Portrait of Jeronimus Tonneman and His Son, Jeronimus: 'The Dilettanti'
68 x 58 cm
Oil on panel
National Gallery of Ireland, Dublin