Jacob van Ruisdael

Vessels in a Choppy Sea



Jacob van Ruisdael - Vessels in a Choppy Sea

Literature

Slive 640


Exhibitions

2005 Jacob van Ruisdael: Master of Landscape, Nr. 51

Provenance

acquired in Holstein, Germany by Georg Ernst Harzen (born 1790 - died 1863), Hamburg
Richard Foster (died 1830), Clewer Park, Berkshire, England
by descent to Edmund Foster (died 1863), Clewer Park
by descent to Edmund Benson Foster (born about 1850), Clewer Park
Richard Foster sale, Christie, Manson, and Woods, London, 13 July 1895, nr. 70, to Colnaghi
until 1906, Alfred Beit (born 1853 - died 1906), London
1906, by inheritance to his brother, Sir Otto John Beit (born 1865 - died 1930), London
1930, probably by inheritance to his widow or his son, Sir Alfred Lane Beit (born 1903 - died 1994), London
1956, H.J. Spiller, London
30 July 1956, sold by Spiller to Duits, London
1956, sold by Duits to Rudolf J. Heinemann (dealer, born 1902 - died 1975), New York
1957, sold by Heinemann to the MFA, accession date 10 January 1957

External links

Museum of Fine Arts, Boston Accession number 57.4

Other works by Jacob van Ruisdael


Jacob van Ruisdael Forest Lake with Two Swans
Forest Lake with Two Swans
c. 1660-65

Jacob van Ruisdael Beachscape with Dunes
Beachscape with Dunes
1670s

Jacob van Ruisdael View of Grainfields with a Distant Town
View of Grainfields with a Distant Town
c. 1670

Jacob van Ruisdael Canal with commercial buildings in winter
Canal with commercial buildings in winter

Jacob van Ruisdael
Vessels in a Choppy Sea
c. 1670
107.1 x 125.8 cm
Oil on canvas
Signed, lower left: Ruisdael
Museum of Fine Arts, Boston