Dirck van Delen

Dustinguished Dinner Company in an Interior



Dirck van Delen - Dustinguished Dinner Company in an Interior

Exhibitions

2014 Rembrandt and the Dutch Golden Age, Nr. 38

Provenance

Johan Gabriel Stenbock (1640-1705), Sweden
his niece Countess Christina Beata (Stina) Lillie (1677-1727), by inheritance
her son, Johan Gabriel Sack (1697-1751), Bergshammar, by inheritance
Holterman-Wahrendorff collection, Näsby (Södermanland, Sweden)
bequeathed by Martin von Wahrendorff to the Royal Museum, Stockholm, 1863
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Other works by Dirck van Delen


Dirck van Delen Musical Company in a Renaissance Hall
Musical Company in a Renaissance Hall
1636

Dirck van Delen An architectural capriccio with Jephthah and his daughter
An architectural capriccio with Jephthah and his daughter
1633

Dirck van Delen An architectural capriccio with figures promenading and boys arguing over a game of skittles
An architectural capriccio with figures promenading and boys arguing over a game of skittles
1634

Attributed to Dirck van Delen Soldiers encamping in a fortified city
Soldiers encamping in a fortified city

Dirck van Delen
Dustinguished Dinner Company in an Interior
1631
43.4 x 68.5 cm
Oil on oak panel
Nationalmuseum, Stockholm