Gerard ter Borch

A Singing Practice



Gerard ter Borch - A Singing Practice



Gerard ter Borch
A Singing Practice
73.8 x 79.6 cm
Oil on canvas
The Duke of Sutherland



Provenance

A. de la Hante sale, Philips, London, 2-3 June 1814, nr. 42
sold by Lord Wharncliffe to J. Smith in 1841 from whom bought by Lord Francis Egerton, who became Earl of Ellesmere in 1846
thence by inheritance to John, 5th Earl of Ellesmere (later 6th Duke of Sutherland in 1963), who placed the work on loan at the National Gallery of Scotland in 1946
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Gerard ter Borch Portrait of a Man
Portrait of a Man
c. 1660

Gerard ter Borch Portrait of a Lady
Portrait of a Lady
c. 1675/80

Gerard ter Borch Seated Girl in Peasant Costume
Seated Girl in Peasant Costume
c. 1650 - c. 1660

Gerard ter Borch Fran├žois de Vicq, Burgomaster of Amsterdam for several Terms from 1697on
Fran├žois de Vicq, Burgomaster of Amsterdam for several Terms from 1697on
1670

Gerard ter Borch Portrait of a Man
Portrait of a Man