Attributed to Jan Lievens

The Feast of Esther

Attributed to Jan Lievens - The Feast of Esther


Catalogues raisonnés
Bredius 631 (Rembrandt)
Bauch A1 info
Bredius/Gerson 631 info
Corpus I C 2 (attributed to Jan Lievens) info
Werner Sumowski, Gemälde der Rembrandt-Schüler III, Landau/Pfalz, 1986, nr. 1181
Schnackenburg 26

Duncan Bull (red.), Rembrandt Caravaggio, Zwolle - Amsterdam, 2006, fig. 88
Esmée Quodbach (ed.), Holland's Golden Age in America, University Park, Pennsylvania, 2014, fig. 84
Bernhard Schnackenburg, Jan Lievens, Petersberg, 2016, fig. 49


Possibly Comte de Calonne, Paris
his sale, London, 25-28 March 1775
B. Sommelinck, Ghent
his sale, Brussels, Flévez, 16 December 1936, nr. 80 (as Aert de Gelder, signed and dated 1632)
with P. de Boer, Amsterdam, until about 1939
with Charles A. de Burlet, Basel, until 1952
consigned in 1949 to Hans Schaeffer Galleries, New York
acquired by the North Carolina Museum of Art, 1952
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External links

RKD 63030

Other works by Jan Lievens

Jan Lievens The Card Players
The Card Players
c. 1623-24

Jan Lievens The Lamentation of Christ (modello)
The Lamentation of Christ (modello)
c. 1640

Jan Lievens The Evangelist John
The Evangelist John
c. 1626-27

Jan Lievens Samson and Delilah
Samson and Delilah
c. 1630

Attributed to Jan Lievens
The Feast of Esther
c. 1625
130 x 165 cm
Oil on canvas
North Carolina Museum of Art, Raleigh, North Carolina