Pieter de Hooch

Woman with a Water Pitcher, and a Man by a Bed ('The Maidservant')



Pieter de Hooch - Woman with a Water Pitcher, and a Man by a Bed ('The Maidservant')

Literature

Catalogues raisonnés
Sutton 79 info

Collection catalogues
Walter Liedtke, Dutch paintings in the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, New Haven, 2007, nr. 88


Provenance

Aron de Joseph de Pinto, until 1785
his sale, (Amsterdam), 11 April 1785, nr. 2, to Van der Schley (one of the organizers of the sale)
Van Helsleuter, Paris
with Henry Héris, Brussels, until 1839, sold to Brié
Colonel Brié, Brussels, 1839–41
his anonymous sale, organized by Héris, Hôtel rue des Jeuneurs, 16, Paris, 25 March 1841, nr. 12
Mawson, until 1850
his anonymous sale, rue des Jeuneurs, 42, Paris, 22-23 February 1850, nr. 31
Mr. Arnold, New York, in 1851
H.A. Hammond Smith, New York, until 1916, sold to Kleinberger on 9 March
with Kleinberger, New York, 1916–17, sold to Friedsam
Michael Friedsam, New York, 1917–died 1931

External links

Metropolitan Museum of Art Accession number 32.100.15

Other works by Pieter de Hooch


Pieter de Hooch A Couple Playing Cards, with a Serving Woman
A Couple Playing Cards, with a Serving Woman
c. 1665–75

Pieter de Hooch Two Soldiers and a Serving Woman with Trumpeter
Two Soldiers and a Serving Woman with Trumpeter
1650-55

Pieter de Hooch Paying the Hostess
Paying the Hostess
c. 1670

Pieter de Hooch The empty glass
The empty glass
c. 1653-54

Pieter de Hooch
Woman with a Water Pitcher, and a Man by a Bed ('The Maidservant')
61.6 x 52.1 cm
Oil on canvas
Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York
The Friedsam Collection, Bequest of Michael Friedsam, 1931