Johannes Vermeer

Study of a young woman



Johannes Vermeer - Study of a young woman

Literature

Catalogues raisonnés
HdG 42 info
Walter Liedtke, Vermeer, New York, 2008, nr. 23

Collection catalogues
Walter Liedtke, Dutch paintings in the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, New Haven, 2007, nr. 205 info
Everett Fahy (ed.), The Wrightsman pictures, New York; New Haven, 2005, nr. 37

Literature
Dagmar Hirschfelder, León Krempel (eds.), Tronies, Berlin, 2014, table 11


Exhibitions

2001 Vermeer and the Delft School, Nr. 75

Provenance

?Pieter Claesz. van Ruijven, Delft, until d. 1674
?his widow, Maria de Knujt, Delft, 1674–d. 1681
?their daughter, Magdalena van Ruijven, Delft, 1681–d. 1682
?her widower, Jacob Abrahamsz. Dissius, Delft, 1682–d. 1695
his estate sale, Amsterdam, 16 May 1696, possibly nr. 38, nr. 39, or nr. 40
?Dr. Luchtmans, Rotterdam, until 1816
his anonymous sale, Muys, Rotterdam, 20-22 April 1816, nr. 92
Auguste Marie Raymond, prince d'Arenberg, Brussels, by 1829–d. 1833
Arenberg family, Brussels and Schloss Meppen, Germany, 1833–1949
Engelbert-Charles, 10th duc d'Arenberg, 1949–55, sold through Seligman to Wrightsman
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wrightsman, New York, 1955–79

External links

RKD 242610
Metropolitan Museum of Art Accession number 1979.396.1

Other works by Johannes Vermeer


Johannes Vermeer Diana and Her Companions
Diana and Her Companions
c. 1653-54

Johannes Vermeer View of Delft
View of Delft
c. 1661-63

Johannes Vermeer Young Woman Seated at a Virginal
Young Woman Seated at a Virginal
c. 1670-72

Johannes Vermeer A Woman Holding a Balance
A Woman Holding a Balance
c. 1663/64

Johannes Vermeer
Study of a young woman
c. 1665-67
44.5 x 40 cm
Oil on canvas
Signed upper left: IVMeer (IVM in monogram)
Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York
Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wrightsman, in memory of Theodore Rousseau Jr., 1979