Attributed to Samuel van Hoogstraten

Young Woman at an Open Half-Door



Attributed to Samuel van Hoogstraten - Young Woman at an Open Half-Door

Literature

Catalogues raisonnés
HdG 324
Bredius 367 (as Rembrandt)
Bauch 507 info
Gerson 248
Bredius/Gerson 367 info
Tümpel A57 (Rembrandt workshop)
Werner Sumowski, Gemälde der Rembrandt-Schüler III, Landau/Pfalz, 1986, nr. 1326 (as Nicolaes Maes)
Krempel F9 (attributed to Samuel van Hoogstraten)

Literature
Thijs Weststeijn, The visible world, Amsterdam, 2008, fig. 55


Exhibitions

1991 Rembrandt: the Master & his Workshop, Nr. 72

Provenance

De Gueffier, Paris
sold Paillet, Paris, 1 March 1791, nr. 67
François-Antoine Robit, Paris
sale Paillet and Delaroche, Paris, May 11 and following, 1801, nr. 120 to Lafontaine as an agent for Michael Bryan
George Hibbert, London ([Hibbert and Sir Simon Clarke supplied the funds for Bryan’s extensive purchases at the Robit sale and retained many of the pictures)
sale, Christie’s London, 13 1829, nr. 68, bought in
by descent to Nathaniel Hibbert, until until 1875
by descent to A. Holland Hibbert
sold by him to Prince Paul Demidoff (died 1885), San Donato, 1880
sale Florence, Pillet, Le Roy and Mannheim, March 15-April 10, 1880, nr. 1114, engraved, bought in
by descent to Princess Demidoff (formerly Princess Lise Troubetzkoi), 1885
sold through Durand-Ruel, Paris, June 1890, as part of a group of Dutch and Flemish paintings, many from the Demidoff collection, with funds advanced by Martin A. Ryerson and other trustees of the Art Institute, the cost of 1894.1022 was re-imbursed by Ryerson



External links

RKD 52041
Art Institute Chicago Accession number 1894.1022

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Samuel van Hoogstraten Feigned letter Rack with Self-Portrait and an English Almanac
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c. 1663

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Trompe-l'oeil
1664

Samuel van Hoogstraten Letter Board
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Attributed to Samuel van Hoogstraten Trompe-l'oeil Still Life with a Drawing and a Genre Painting
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Attributed to Samuel van Hoogstraten
Young Woman at an Open Half-Door
1645
102.5 x 85.1 cm
Oil on canvas
Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago