Caspar Netscher

Reception of the Dutch ambassador Hieronymus van Beverningk by the Spanish queen-regent Maria-Anna of Austria, 2 March 1671



Caspar Netscher - Reception of the Dutch ambassador Hieronymus van Beverningk by the Spanish queen-regent Maria-Anna of Austria, 2 March 1671

Provenance

Sale, John Rushout (1770-1859) Lord Northwick, Thirlestane House, Cheltenham, sold on the premises (Mr. Phillips), 26 July (19 August) 1859 sqq., nr. 1589
anonymous sale, London (Christie’s ), 26 February 1937, nr. 29, to Captain E.G. Spencer-Churchill (1876-1964), Northwick Park
his sale, London (Christie’s), 25 February 1966, nr. 27, 2800 gns, to the dealer H. Terry-Engell, London
from whom, £ 3,800, to the museum, 1967

External links

Rijksmuseum Accession number SK-A-4128

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Caspar Netscher Portrait of Willem III (1650-1702), Prince of Orange and since 1689, King of England
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Caspar Netscher
Reception of the Dutch ambassador Hieronymus van Beverningk by the Spanish queen-regent Maria-Anna of Austria, 2 March 1671
1671 - 1675
70 x 79 cm
Oil on canvas
Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam