Rembrandt

The Standard-Bearer, possibly Jan van Halewijn



Rembrandt - The Standard-Bearer, possibly Jan van Halewijn

Literature

Catalogues raisonnés
HdG 269
Bredius 275
Bauch 408 info
Gerson 317
Bredius/Gerson 275 info
Tümpel 213
Corpus VI 234 info

Collection catalogues
Walter Liedtke, Dutch paintings in the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, New Haven, 2007, nr. 152 info



Provenance

?the sitter, Floris Soop, Amsterdam, 1654–d. 1657
?his uncle, Petrus Scriverius (Peter Schrijver), Oudewater, 1657–died 1660
?his son, Willem Schrijver, from 1660
Sir Joshua Reynolds, London, by 1769–died 1792
his estate sale, Christie's, London, 17 March 1795 (Lugt 5284), nr. 56, bought in by Offley (Ottley)
his estate sale, Phillips, London 8 May 1798 (Lugt 5722), nr. 38, to Westall
Richard Westall, London, from 1798
George Greville, 2nd Earl of Warwick, Warwick Castle, England, by 1801–died 1816
his son, Henry Richard Greville, 3rd Earl of Warwick, Warwick Castle, 1816–died 1853
his son, George Guy Greville, 4th Earl of Warwick, Warwick Castle, 1853–at least 1857
with Sedelmeyer, Paris, by 1896
with Charles J. Wertheimer, London
with Agnew, London
with Duveen, London, sold to Gould
George J. Gould, New York, by 1901–d. 1923
his estate, 1923–26, sold to Duveen
with Duveen, New York, 1926, sold to Bache
Jules S. Bache, New York, 1926–died 1944
his estate, 1944–49

External links

RKD 38132
Metropolitan Museum of Art Accession number 49.7.35

Other works by Rembrandt


Rembrandt Man with a Magnifying Glass
Man with a Magnifying Glass
c. 1665

Rembrandt Portrait of Hendrickje Stoffels
Portrait of Hendrickje Stoffels
Probably 1654-56

Rembrandt Portrait of Philips Lucasz.
Portrait of Philips Lucasz.
1635

Rembrandt Lieven Willemsz. van Coppenol
Lieven Willemsz. van Coppenol

Rembrandt
The Standard-Bearer, possibly Jan van Halewijn
1654
140.3 x 114.9 cm
Oil on canvas
Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York
The Jules Bache Collection, 1949