Cornelis Troost

'Ibant qui poterant, qui non potuere cadebant' (Those Who Could Walk Did: the Others Fell)



Cornelis Troost - 'Ibant qui poterant, qui non potuere cadebant' (Those Who Could Walk Did: the Others Fell)



Cornelis Troost
'Ibant qui poterant, qui non potuere cadebant' (Those Who Could Walk Did: the Others Fell)
1739
565 x 725 mm
Pastel and brush in gouache on paper
Mauritshuis, The Hague


Literature

Compiled by Quentin Buvelot, Royal Picture Gallery Mauritshuis, The Hague; Zwolle, 2004, pp. 310-311


Provenance

Probably commissioned by Theodoor van Snakenburg, Leiden, 1739-1740
J. Tak, Zoeterwoude, 1781
J.A. Benner, Leiden, 1829
Mauritshuis, The Hague, purchased 1829
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External links

Mauritshuis, The Hague Accession number 190

Other works by Cornelis Troost


Cornelis Troost Misled: The Ambassador of the Rascals Exposes himself from the Window of 't Bokki Tavern in the Haarlemmerhout
Misled: The Ambassador of the Rascals Exposes himself from the Window of 't Bokki Tavern in the Haarlemmerhout
c. 1739 - before 1750

Cornelis Troost Portrait of Louise Christina Trip, wife of Gerrit Sichterman
Portrait of Louise Christina Trip, wife of Gerrit Sichterman
1725

Cornelis Troost The regents of the Amsterdam Almoners' Orphanage
The regents of the Amsterdam Almoners' Orphanage
1729

Cornelis Troost 'Nemo loquebatur' (No One Spoke)
'Nemo loquebatur' (No One Spoke)
1740

Cornelis Troost Jan Claasz. or the Supposed Servant Girl: Reinier Adriaansz.'s Declaration of Love
Jan Claasz. or the Supposed Servant Girl: Reinier Adriaansz.'s Declaration of Love
1739