Hendrick ter Brugghen

Bagpipe Player



Hendrick ter Brugghen - Bagpipe Player

Literature

Monographic literature
Arthur K. Wheelock Jr., Hendrick ter Brugghen's 'Bagpipe player' acquired by the National Gallery of Art, Washington in Burlington Magazine, 1283, 2010 pp. 99-100

Literature
Esmée Quodbach (ed.), Holland's Golden Age in America, University Park, Pennsylvania, 2014, fig. 70


Provenance

Possibly Aernout van Lingen, Utrecht, by 1676
probably with Glenz, Berlin, in 1915
possibly Gustav Klemperer Edler von Klemenau (1852-1926), Dresden
his son, Dr. Herbert von Klemperer (1878-1951), Berlin
sale, Lange, Berlin, 18-19 November 1938, nr. 151
acquired by Wallraf-Richartz-Museum, Cologne, inv. nr. 2613
restituted July 2008 to Klemperer's heirs
sale, Sotheby's, New York, 9 January 2009, nr. 40
with Johnny Van Haeften London Ltd., London, Otto Naumann, New York, and Bernheimer Fine Art Ltd., Munich
purchased April 2009 by NGA

External links

National Gallery of Art, Washington D.C. Accession number 2009.24.1

Other works by Hendrick ter Brugghen


Hendrick ter Brugghen A Man playing a Lute
A Man playing a Lute
1624

Hendrick ter Brugghen Jacob reproaching Laban for giving him Leah in place of Rachel
Jacob reproaching Laban for giving him Leah in place of Rachel
1627

Hendrick ter Brugghen and workshop Girl Holding a Tankard and a Glass
Girl Holding a Tankard and a Glass
1626

Hendrick ter Brugghen Allegory of Faith
Allegory of Faith
c. 1626

Hendrick ter Brugghen
Bagpipe Player
1624
101 x 83 cm
Oil on canvas
Signed and dated upper right, in brown paint, HTB in monogram: HTBrugghen fecit 1624
National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.
Paul Mellon Fund and Greg and Candy Fazakerley Fund