Ludolf Bakhuizen

An extensive seascape with figures by a boat on a shore



Ludolf Bakhuizen - An extensive seascape with figures by a boat on a shore

Provenance

Anonymous sale [Armand-Fréderic-Ernest Nogaret]
his sale, Hôtel de Bullion, Paris, 2 June 1780 (= 1st day), nr. 43 (600 francs to Le Brun)
Alexandre-Louis Hersant-Destouches
sale Paris, 21 March 1794, nr. 118 (1,800 livres to Vauthier)
Prince Eugène-Rose de Beauharnais (1781- 1824), Viceroy of Italy, and later 1st Duke of Leuchtenberg, and 1st Prince of Eichstätt ad personam, son of Empress Joséphine and adopted son of Emperor Napoléon I, commander of the Army of Italy and statesman, by descent to his second son
Maximilian-Eugène-Auguste-Joseph-Napoléon de Beauharnais, 3rd Duke of Leuchtenberg (1817-1852), bequeathed along with the whole Leuchtenberg Collection to his wife
The Grand Duchess Maria Nikolaevna (1819-1876) (eldest daughter of Tsar Nicholas I), Munich and subsequently Saint Petersburg, and by descent until 1917.
Nordiska Kompaniet, Stockholm, 1917
sale Christie's, London, Property from a Private European Collection, 7 December 2017, nr. 3

Other works by Ludolf Backhuysen


Ludolf Backhuysen Anna de Hooghe (1645-1717). The Painter's fourth Wife
Anna de Hooghe (1645-1717). The Painter's fourth Wife
1693 - 1708

Ludolf Backhuysen Jan de Hooghe (1650-1731). Anna de Hooghe's Cousin, Dressed for Shooting
Jan de Hooghe (1650-1731). Anna de Hooghe's Cousin, Dressed for Shooting
1700

Ludolf Bakhuysen The Y at Amsterdam, with the Frigate 'De Ploeg'
The Y at Amsterdam, with the Frigate 'De Ploeg'
1680 - 1708

Ludolf Backhuysen The Shipyard of the Dutch East India Company at Amsterdam
The Shipyard of the Dutch East India Company at Amsterdam
1696

Ludolf Bakhuizen
An extensive seascape with figures by a boat on a shore
1667
39.4 x 34 cm
Oil on panel
Signed with initials and dated, lower right: L.B. / 1667
Sale Christie's, London, 7 December 2017