The Incredulity of Thomas

Rembrandt - The Incredulity of Thomas

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Workshop copy after Rembrandt - The Incredulity of St. Thomas
Workshop copy after Rembrandt
The Incredulity of St. Thomas
c. 1635-36


Catalogues raisonnés
HdG 148
Bredius 552
Bauch 60 info
Gerson 67
Bredius/Gerson 552 info
Corpus II A 90
Tümpel 49
Corpus VI 127 info

Ernst van de Wetering, Rembrandt in nieuw licht, Amsterdam, 2009, fig. 108
Eric Jan Sluijter, Rembrandt's rivals, Amsterdam; Philadelphia, 2015, fig. IIA-7
Ernst van de Wetering, Rembrandt, Amsterdam, [2016], fig. 178
Norbert Middelkoop (ed.), Ferdinand Bol and Govert Flinck, Amsterdam, 2017, fig. 10


Maria Rutgers (died 1652), widow of the Mennonite merchant, Ameldonck Leeuw (who may well have purchased the painting directly from the artist)
her son, David Leeuw (1631/32-1703), by descent
his grand-daughter, Anna van Lennep, widow of Pieter Roeters, by descent
her sale, Van Vreede et al., Amsterdam, 30 January 1759, nr. 1, sold for fl. 1100 to the De Neufville brothers
probably Pieter Leendert de Neufville, Amsterdam
Johann Ernst Gotzkowski (1710-1775), Berlin, acquired before 1764
Empress Catherine the Great of Russia (1729-1796, czarina from 1762), purchased along with 224 other paintings from the Gotzkowski collection
transferred from the State Hermitage Museum in Saint Petersburg to the Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts in Moscow in 1964

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The Incredulity of Thomas
53.1 x 50.5 cm
Oil on panel
Pushkin Museum, Moscow