Paulus Bor

The Disillusioned Medea ('The Enchantress')



Paulus Bor - The Disillusioned Medea ('The Enchantress')

Literature

Collection catalogues
Walter Liedtke, Dutch paintings in the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, New Haven, 2007, nr. 12

Literature
Pierre Rosenberg, Only in America, Milano, 2006, pp. 102-103
Jonathan Bikker (ed.), Dutch paintings of the seventeenth century in the Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam, Amsterdam, 2007, p. 73 fig. 24a



Provenance

principi Chigi, Castelfusano, Rome, by 1824–1941, as by Salvator Rosa, sold through Steno Cecconi to Busiri Vici
Andrea Busiri Vici, Rome, 1941–at least 1955
Ben Heller, New York, until 1972

External links

RKD 2216
Metropolitan Museum of Art Accession number 1972.261

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Paulus Bor Jesus among the Doctors
Jesus among the Doctors
c. 1630-35

Paulus Bor Travel Pouch and Documents on a Table
Travel Pouch and Documents on a Table
1630

Paulus Bor Cydippe with Acontius's Apple
Cydippe with Acontius's Apple
c. 1640

Paulus Bor and Cornelis Hendricksz. Vroom Pharaoh's Daughter Discovers Moses in the Rush Basket
Pharaoh's Daughter Discovers Moses in the Rush Basket
c. 1635-38

Paulus Bor
The Disillusioned Medea ('The Enchantress')
c. 1640
155.6 x 112.4 cm
Oil on canvas
Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York
Gift of Ben Heller, 1972