Pieter van Slingelandt - Johan Hulshout

Literature

Walter Liedtke, Dutch paintings in the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, New Haven, 2007, nr. 192 info


Provenance

the sitter, Johan Hulshout, Leiden, about 1670–died 1687
his son, Johannes Hulshout, Leiden, 1687–died 1713
his daughter, Anna Hulshout, Leiden, 1713–died 1766
her daughter, Elisabeth Dorothea de Raet, Leiden, 1766–died 1780
her widower, baron Nicolaes van den Boetzelaer, Leiden, 1780–died 1796
their daughter, Magdalena Anna Elisabeth van den Boetzelaer, Leiden, 1796–died 1808
her daughter, baroness Diederica Catharina van Slingelandt, Leiden, 1808–died 1838
her widower, Daniël Hooft, Leiden, 1838–died 1860
his estate sale, Amsterdam, 30 October 1860, nr. 2, to Brack
J.P. Gilkinet, Liège, until 1863
his sale, Hôtel des Commissaires-Priseurs, Paris, 18 April 1863, nr. 38
comte Cornet de Ways Ruart, Brussels, until died 1870
with Étienne Le Roy, Brussels, and Léon Gauchez, Paris, 1870
William T. Blodgett, Paris, from 1870, sold half share to Johnston
William T. Blodgett, Paris, and John Taylor Johnston, New York, 1870–71, sold to MMA

External links

RKD 125158
Metropolitan Museum of Art Accession number 71.70

Other works by Pieter Cornelisz. van Slingelandt


Pieter Cornelisz. van Slingelandt Lady with a Per Dog
Lady with a Per Dog
1672

Pieter van Slingelandt Old Man with a Herring
Old Man with a Herring
c. 1670-75

Pieter Cornelisz. van Slingelandt Shoemaker
Shoemaker
1670

Attributed to Pieter van Slingelandt Portrait of a Man
Portrait of a Man
c. 1680

Pieter van Slingelandt
Johan Hulshout
c. 1670
36.8 x 29.8 cm
Oil on wood
Signed, lower left: P·V· Slingeland fecit
Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York