Peter Paul Rubens

A satyr holding a basket of grapes and quinces with a nymph



Peter Paul Rubens - A satyr holding a basket of grapes and quinces with a nymph

Provenance

(Possibly) The artist, when recorded in the Specificatie as 'Nr. 174 Une piece d’une Nymphe et Satyre avec un panier, plein de raisins, sur fond de bois'; from whose estate given between 1640 and 1645 to
Salomon Nobeliers, Brussels
Sir Alfred Chester Beatty (1875-1968), New York and Dublin, 1936, and by whom given in 1967 to his mother
Comtesse d'Aubigny d'Esmyards, Monte Carlo
sale Hôtel George V, Paris, 17 June 1980, nr. 65, as Studio of Sir Peter Paul Rubens
private collection, Geneva, until circa 1985
George Drago, Antibes
with Galería Caylus, Madrid, by 1998, from whom acquired by the present owner
Sale Christie's, London, 19 April 2018, nr. 41

Other works by Peter Paul Rubens


Peter Paul Rubens Judas Maccabeus Praying for the Dead
Judas Maccabeus Praying for the Dead

Peter Paul Rubens Pan and Syrinx
Pan and Syrinx

Peter Paul Rubens Hélène Fourment and Her Eldest Son, Frans
Hélène Fourment and Her Eldest Son, Frans
c. 1635

Peter Paul Rubens The Martyrdom of St. Livinius (detail)
The Martyrdom of St. Livinius (detail)
1633

Peter Paul Rubens
A satyr holding a basket of grapes and quinces with a nymph
104.8 x 75.8 cm
Oil on panel transferred to canvas, laid down on board
Sale Christie's, London, 19 April 2018