Peter Paul Rubens and workshop - Wolf and Fox Hunt


Gary Tinterow and Geneviève Lacambre, Manet/Velazquez, New York, New Haven, 2003, fig. 14.23
Anna Tummers, The eye of the connoisseur, Amsterdam, 2011, fig. 63


Philippe Charles d'Arenberg, duc d'Aarschot, purchased from the artist, 1616/17–died 1640, sold from his estate to Leganés
Diego Messía Felípez de Guzman, marques de Leganés, Madrid, 1640/41– died 1655
?marqueses de Leganés, 1655–1711
by descent to condes de Altamira, Madrid, 1711–1816
sequestered by Joseph Bonaparte and taken to Paris, 1814–15
Vicente Isabel Osorio de Moscoso, 14th conde de Altamira, Madrid, 1816–20, sold in Paris to Smith
with John Smith, London, 1820–24, sold to Baring
Alexander Baring, 1st Baron Ashburton, The Grange, Alresford, Hampshire, 1824–died 1848
his son, William Bingham Baring, 2nd Baron Ashburton, The Grange, 1848–died 1864
his widow, Louisa, Lady Ashburton, Kent House, London, 1864–died 1903
her estate, 1903–at least 1907
with Sulley and Co., London, by 1908–10, sold to MMA

External links

Metropolitan Museum of Art Accession number 10.73

Other works by Peter Paul Rubens

Peter Paul Rubens The Rape of the Sabines
The Rape of the Sabines

Peter Paul Rubens Last Judgment
Last Judgment

Peter Paul Rubens 'Het Pelsken'
'Het Pelsken'

Peter Paul Rubens St Roch as patron of the plague stricken
St Roch as patron of the plague stricken

Peter Paul Rubens and workshop
Wolf and Fox Hunt
c. 1615-21
Oil on canvas
Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York
John Stewart Kennedy Fund, 1910