Cornelis Troost

Allegory of the war with France



Cornelis Troost - Allegory of the war with France

Literature

Compiled by Quentin Buvelot, Royal Picture Gallery Mauritshuis, The Hague; Zwolle, 2004, pp. 312-314


Provenance

David Ietswaart, Amsterdam, 1749
Johan van der Marck, Leiden, 1749-1773
Hendrik Twent, Leiden, 1789
J. Hoofman van Diepenbroek, Haarlem
M. Hoofman, Haarlem
L.J. Quarles van Ufford, Haarlem, 1874
C.F. van de Poll, Heemstede (temporalily on loan to the Mauritshuis)
E. Boreel
W.M.F. Boreel, Laren (on loan to the Mauritshuis since 1968)
Mauritshuis, The Hague, purchased 1980
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External links

Mauritshuis, The Hague Accession number 1034

Other works by Cornelis Troost


Cornelis Troost Pretended Virtue Exposed: the Discovery of Volkert in the Laundry Basket
Pretended Virtue Exposed: the Discovery of Volkert in the Laundry Basket
1734

Cornelis Troost Pefroen and the Sheep's Head
Pefroen and the Sheep's Head
1739

Cornelis Troost Sullied Swaantje and Barren Fobert or the Peasant Court:
Sullied Swaantje and Barren Fobert or the Peasant Court:
1727

Cornelis Troost Portrait of an Unknown Man
Portrait of an Unknown Man
1730

Cornelis Troost
Allegory of the war with France
1747
82 x 102 cm
Oil on canvas
Signed and dated lower left, on the table: Cornelis Troost ƒecit 1747
Mauritshuis, The Hague