Jacob van Ruisdael

Waterfall in a Hilly Landscape



Jacob van Ruisdael - Waterfall in a Hilly Landscape

Literature

HdG 277
Slive 271


Provenance

Most probably Raidt collection, Vienna, by 1793
Sapiehów collection (Prince E. Spiéga), Dereczyn, Poland
most probably confiscated and removed to Russia at the time of the November Insurrection of 1830
given to the Academy of Fine Arts, St. Petersburg, by Czar Nicholas II in 1832
Hermitage, St. Petersburg
returned to Poland from the Hermitage in 1928
perhaps lost when the Royal Castle (Zamek Królewski), Warsaw was destroyed by German incendiary bombs 17 September 1939 or looted after the castle's destruction
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Other works by Jacob van Ruisdael


Jacob van Ruisdael Wooded Landscape with a High Waterfall and a Footbridge
Wooded Landscape with a High Waterfall and a Footbridge

Jacob van Ruisdael Grainfield beside a Road
Grainfield beside a Road

Jacob van Ruisdael Winter Landscape
Winter Landscape
c. 1665

Jacob van Ruisdael Bentheim Castle and a Low Waterfall
Bentheim Castle and a Low Waterfall

Jacob van Ruisdael
Waterfall in a Hilly Landscape
63.5 x 53.5 cm
Oil on canvas
Signed lower left
Formerly Hermitage, St. Petersburg