Antonis Mor

Giovanni Battista di Castaldo



Antonis Mor - Giovanni Battista di Castaldo

Literature

Ivan Gaskell, Seventeenth century Dutch and Flemish painting, London, 1990, nr. 16 info


Provenance

Philippe duc d'Orléans, regent of France (d. 1723), Palais Royal, Paris
inherited successively by direct descent by the following dukes of Orléans: Louis (d. 1753), Louis-Philippe (d. 1785), Louis-Philippe, called citoyen Philippe Egalité (d. 1793)
by whom sold c. 1792 to Thomas Moore Slade acting on behalf of a consortium comprising Thomas Hammersley, William Morland and George Kinnaird, 7th Lord Kinnaird of Inchture and still in their possession c. 1795
Sir Richard Clayton, 1st Bart. (d. 1828), Adlington Hall, Chorley, Lancashire
(Sir) Otto Beit (created 1st baronet, 1924, d. 1930), Belgrave Square, London, by 1913
inherited by his elder daughter Alice (Mrs. Arthur Bull), Tewin Water
her sale, Christie's, London, 25 October 1946, lot 26 to Hazlitt
with Hazlitt, London
private collection
acquired by the collection in 1976
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Other works by Antonis Mor


Antonis Mor Sir Henry Lee
Sir Henry Lee
1568

Anthonis Mor Hubert Goltzius
Hubert Goltzius
1574

Antonis Mor Philip II on Saint Quentin's Day
Philip II on Saint Quentin's Day
1560

Anthonis Mor Portrait of Steven van Herwijck
Portrait of Steven van Herwijck
1564

Antonis Mor
Giovanni Battista di Castaldo
107.6 x 82 cm
Oil on panel
Museo Thyssen-Bornemisza, Madrid