Style of Rembrandt

Young Woman with a Red Necklace



Style of Rembrandt - Young Woman with a Red Necklace

Literature

Catalogues raisonnés
Bredius 373 (as Rembrandt)
Bredius/Gerson 373 info
Sumowski 1383 (as Nicolaes Maes)
Krempel F14 (school of Rembrandt)

Collection catalogues
Walter Liedtke, Dutch paintings in the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, New Haven, 2007, nr. 170 (as Style of Rembrandt) info


Exhibitions

1956 Rembrandt - Paintings, Nr. 53

Provenance

with Bourgeois, Cologne
Baron Albert Oppenheim, Cologne (by 1898–d. 1912)
his estate sale, Rudolph Lepke's, Berlin, March 19, 1918 (postponed from October 27, 1914), no. 31, as by Rembrandt
Rudolf Chillingworth (until 1922)
his sale, Galeries Fischer (Grand Hotel National), Lucerne, September 5, 1922, no. 34a
Mr. and Mrs. Julius H. Haass, Detroit (by 1925–at least 1931)
Lillian (Mrs. Julius H.) Haass, Detroit (by 1935)
with D. Katz, Dieren, ?in 1948
H. E. ten Cate, Almelo
Sidney J. van den Bergh, Wassenaar (by 1952–79)
posthumous sale, Christie's, London, March 30, 1979, no. 126, as Attributed to Rembrandt
with G. Cramer, The Hague
Frits and Rita Markus, New York (until his d. 1996)
Rita Markus, New York (1996–d. 2005)

External links

RKD 206128
Metropolitan Museum of Art Accession number 2005.331.7

Other works by Rembrandt


Rembrandt Bust of a Young Jew
Bust of a Young Jew
1663

Rembrandt Portrait of a Man
Portrait of a Man
1633

Rembrandt Self-portrait
Self-portrait
c. 1630

Rembrandt The Lamentation
The Lamentation
1637-43

Style of Rembrandt
Young Woman with a Red Necklace
21 x 17.5 cm
Oil on wood
Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York