Hans Holbein the Younger

Portrait of a Man in a Red Cap



Hans Holbein the Younger - Portrait of a Man in a Red Cap



Hans Holbein the Younger
Portrait of a Man in a Red Cap
1532-35
9.5 cm diameter
Oil and gold on parchment, laid down on linden
Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York
Bequest of Mary Stillman Harkness, 1950


Provenance

?private collection, Paris (until about 1891; sold to Engel-Gros)
Frédéric Engel-Gros, Basel and château de Ripaille, Thonon, Savoy (by 1897–d. 1921)
his estate sale, Galerie Georges Petit, Paris, 30 May – 1 June 1921, nr. 18, for Fr 294,937 to Paravicini
his daughter, Madame E. Paravicini, Basel and château de Ripaille (1921–at least 1924)
with F. Stern, Brussels, until 1939; sold to Pinakos and Knoedler
with Pinakos, Inc. (Rudolf J. Heinemann), and Knoedler, New York, 1939–40; sold to Harkness
Mrs. Edward S. (Mary Stillman) Harkness, New York (1940–d. 1950)
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External links

Metropolitan Museum of Art Accession number 50.145.24

Other works by Hans Holbein the Younger


Hans Holbein the Younger Kaisheim Altarpiece, closed
Kaisheim Altarpiece, closed
1502

Hans Holbein the Younger Thomas Godsalve and His Son Sir John
Thomas Godsalve and His Son Sir John
1528

Hans Holbein the Younger Hermann von Wedigh III (died 1560)
Hermann von Wedigh III (died 1560)
1532

Hans Holbein the Younger Derick Berck of Cologne
Derick Berck of Cologne
1536

Hans Holbein the Younger Passion Altarpiece
Passion Altarpiece
c. 1524-26