Jan Steen

The Dissolute Household

Jan Steen - The Dissolute Household

Literature
HdG 112
Braun 251

Walter Liedtke, Dutch paintings in the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, New Haven, 2007, nr. 196

Marjorie E. Wieseman, Vermeer's Women, New Haven [Conn.], 2011, fig. 43


Provenance
Jan Tak, Leiden
his estate sale, Soeterwoude, The Netherlands, September 5, 1781, no. 19, to Hoogeveen
Van Helsleuter [probably Van Eyl Sluyter], Amsterdam (until 1802)
his sale, Paris, January 25, 1802, no. 164, to Simon
Cardinal Joseph Fesch, Rome (until d. 1839)
his estate, 1839–45
his estate sale, Palais Ricci, Rome, March 17ff., 1845, no. 226, to Preston
Jules Porgès, Paris (in 1911)
with N. Beets Galleries, Amsterdam
H.E. ten Cate, Almelo, later De Lutte (near Oldenzaal), The Netherlands (by 1926–at least 1957)
Mrs. Myrtil Frank, New York (until 1964), sold to Linsky through the New York Hanseatic Association
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Linsky, New York (1964–his d. 1980)
The Jack and Belle Linsky Foundation, New York (1980–82)

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Other works by Jan Steen

Jan Steen The Wedding of Tobias and Sarah
The Wedding of Tobias and Sarah
1671-73

Jan Steen The Feast of Saint Nicholas
The Feast of Saint Nicholas
1665-68

Jan Steen Rhetoricians at a Window
Rhetoricians at a Window
1663-65

Jan Steen The Alchemist
The Alchemist
c. 1668-70

Jan Steen
The Dissolute Household
c. 1665
108 x 90.2 cm
Oil on canvas
Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York
The Jack and Belle Linsky Collection