Jacob van Ruisdael

Landscape with the Ruins of Egmond Castle at Egmond aan den hoef



Jacob van Ruisdael - Landscape with the Ruins of Egmond Castle at Egmond aan den hoef

Literature

Catalogues raisonnés
Slive 29


Exhibitions

2005 Jacob van Ruisdael: Master of Landscape, Nr. 18

Provenance

Baron de Beurnonville, sale Paris, Hotel Drouot, 9 May 1881, nr. 451 (10,000 Francs, erroneously called Ruins of the Castle of Brederode)
G. von RĂ¡th, Budapest
P & D. Colnaghi, London, by 1906
sold by Colnaghi to Oscar Huldschinsky (died 1930), Berlin, by 1908
offered for sale, Cassirer, Berlin, 10-11 May 1928, nr. 29, bought in at 61,000 marks
Galerie Goudstikker, Rotterdam and Amsterdam by December 1928 to at least February 1929
Kurt Walter Bachstitz, Berlin, by 1929
Paul Cassirer, Ltd., London, 1947, as agent for an anonymous family, with Otto Reichenheim, Canfield Gardens, London, as intermediary
sold to the Art Institute, 1947
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External links

Art Institute Chicago Accession number 1947.475

Other works by Jacob van Ruisdael


Jacob van Ruisdael Landscape with a Half-Timbered House and a Blasted Tree
Landscape with a Half-Timbered House and a Blasted Tree
1653

Jacob van Ruisdael The Jewish Cemetery
The Jewish Cemetery
c. 1655

Jacob van Ruisdael Jewish Cemetery
Jewish Cemetery
c. 1654-55

Jacob van Ruisdael Le Coup de Soleil
Le Coup de Soleil
1670s

Jacob van Ruisdael
Landscape with the Ruins of Egmond Castle at Egmond aan den hoef
1650-53
95 x 125 cm
oil on canvas
Inscribed in lower right: JVR (in ligature)
Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago
Potter Palmer Collection