Godfried Schalcken

Cephalus and Procris



Godfried Schalcken - Cephalus and Procris

Literature

Walter Liedtke, Dutch paintings in the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, New Haven, 2007, nr. 191 info


Provenance

?sale, Hobbs, London, 10 May 1763, nr. 93
Charles Ingram, 9th Viscount Irwin, Temple Newsam House, Leeds, by 1770–d. 1778
Frances Gibson Shepheard Ingram, Viscountess Irwin, Temple Newsam House, 1778–d. 1807
her daughter, Isabella Ingram Shepheard Seymour, Marchioness of Hertford, Temple Newsam House, 1807–d. 1834
her sister, Frances Ingram Shepheard, Lady William Gordon, Temple Newsam House, 1834–d. 1841
her nephew, Hugo Charles Meynell Ingram, Temple Newsam House, 1841–d. 1869
his son, Hugo Francis Meynell Ingram, Temple Newsam House, 1869–d. 1871
his widow, Emily Charlotte Wood, the Honorable Mrs. Meynell Ingram, Temple Newsam House, 1871–d. 1904
her nephew, Edward Frederick Lindley Wood, later 3rd Viscount Halifax, later Earl of Halifax, Temple Newsam House, 1904–22
his sale, Robinson, Fisher & Harding, Temple Newsam, Leeds, 26–31 July, 1922, no. 1275
with Spiller, London, until 1946, sold to Calmann
with Hans Calmann, London, 1946–at least 1971
sale, Christie's, London, March 7, 1958, no. 154, to Johnson, bought in
sale, Christie's, London, October 15, 1971, no. 129, to Arnold, bought in, sold to Hazlitt
with Hazlitt Gallery, London, by 1973–74, sold to MMA

External links

Metropolitan Museum of Art Accession number 1974.109

Other works by Godfried Schalcken


Godfried Schalcken A Girl with a Burning Candle
A Girl with a Burning Candle

Godfried Schalcken Girl with a candle
Girl with a candle
c. 1699-1706

Godfried Schalcken Man Offering Gold and Coins to a Girl
Man Offering Gold and Coins to a Girl
1660s

Godfried Schalcken Allegory to the peace of Nijmegen
Allegory to the peace of Nijmegen

Godfried Schalcken
Cephalus and Procris
64.8 x 79.7 cm
Oil on canvas
Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York
Rogers Fund, 1974