Hendrick ter Brugghen and workshop

Girl Holding a Tankard and a Glass



Hendrick ter Brugghen and workshop - Girl Holding a Tankard and a Glass

Exhibitions

2014 Rembrandt and the Dutch Golden Age, Nr. 44

Provenance

Possibly Louis De Geer (1587-1652), Amsterdam, emigrated to Finspćng, Sweden, in 1627
probably by descent in the De Geer family
Baron Jean-Jacques de Geer (1737-1809), Finspćng
his deceased sale Finspćng Castle, 18-22 September 1809, nr. 33 (the sale was possibly cancelled or most of the property was bought back)
Baron Gerard de Geer (1787-1834)
his sister's husband, Count Gustaf af Wetterstedt (1776-1837), bought together with Finspćng Castle and its furnishing
his stepsons, Adolf Fredrik Nils Gyldenstolpe (1799-1864) and Carl August Gyldenstolpe (1800-1872), by inheritance
Carl Edvard Ekman (1826-1903), bought together with Finspćng Castle and its furnishing in 1851-1856
sold by Ekman to the Nationalmuseum, Stockholm, 1895
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Other works by Hendrick ter Brugghen


Hendrick ter Brugghen Jacob reproaching Laban for giving him Leah in place of Rachel
Jacob reproaching Laban for giving him Leah in place of Rachel
1627

Hendrick ter Brugghen Bagpipe Player
Bagpipe Player
1624

Hendrick ter Brugghen Allegory of Faith
Allegory of Faith
c. 1626

Hendrick ter Brugghen King David Playing the Harp
King David Playing the Harp
after 1628

Hendrick ter Brugghen and workshop
Girl Holding a Tankard and a Glass
1626
103 x 84 cm
Oil on canvas
Formerly signed centre right: H. T.Brugghen (no longer visible)
Nationalmuseum, Stockholm