Hendrick ter Brugghen and workshop

Girl Holding a Tankard and a Glass



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



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


Exhibitions

2014 Rembrandt and the Dutch Golden Age, Nr. 44

Provenance

Possibly Louis De Geer (1587-1652), Amsterdam, emigrated to Finspång, Sweden, in 1627
probably by descent in the De Geer family
Baron Jean-Jacques de Geer (1737-1809), Finspång
his deceased sale Finspång 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 Finspång 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 Finspång 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 Bagpipe Player
Bagpipe Player
1624

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

Hendrick ter Brugghen Boy Lighting a Pipe from a Candle
Boy Lighting a Pipe from a Candle
1623

Hendrick ter Brugghen Jacob, Laban and Leah
Jacob, Laban and Leah

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