Thomas de Keyser

A Musician and His Daughter



Thomas de Keyser - A Musician and His Daughter

Literature

Walter Liedtke, Dutch paintings in the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, New Haven, 2007, nr. 100


Provenance

with Nikolaus Steinmeyer, Cologne, until 1911, sold to Kleinberger
with Kleinberger, Paris, 1911–12, sold to Knoedler
with Knoedler, New York and London, 1912–20, sold to Antik
with A.B. Antik, Stockholm, from 1920
Osborn Kling, Stockholm, by 1928–35
his sale, Christie's, London, 28 June 1935, nr. 39, to Cumming
with Galerie Sanct Lucas, Vienna, until 1935/36, sold to Neuman
Baron Karl Neuman (Charles Neuman de Végvár), Vienna, later Greenwich, Conn., 1935/36–died 1959
seized in Paris by the Nazis, held at Munich collecting point, restituted
his widow, Mrs. Charles (Edith) Neuman de Végvár, Greenwich, 1959–64
life interest, 1964–died 1984

External links

Metropolitan Museum of Art Accession number 64.65.4

Other works by Thomas de Keyser


Thomas de Keyser Portrait of Elisabeth van der Aa
Portrait of Elisabeth van der Aa
1626

Thomas de Keyser Portrait of a Gentleman
Portrait of a Gentleman
1632

Jacob van Ruisdael and Thomas de Keyser Cornelis de Graeff with his wife and sons arriving at Soestdijk
Cornelis de Graeff with his wife and sons arriving at Soestdijk

Thomas de Keyser Officers and Other Civic Guardsmen of the IIIrd District of Amsterdam
Officers and Other Civic Guardsmen of the IIIrd District of Amsterdam
1632

Thomas de Keyser
A Musician and His Daughter
1629
74.9 x 52.7 cm
Oil on wood
Signed and dated, upper right, on lintel: TDK (monogram) 1629
Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York
Gift of Edith Neuman de Végvár, in honor of her husband, Charles Neuman de Végvár, 1964