Hendrick Gerritsz. Pot

Vanitas allegory



Hendrick Gerritsz. Pot - Vanitas allegory

Literature

Werner Sumowski, Gemälde der Rembrandt-Schüler I, Landau/Pfalz, 1983, nr. 263 (as by Dou)


Provenance

Theodor Christomannos (born 1854 - died 1911), Meran (present-day Italy)
24-27 November 1913, Christomannos estate sale, Dorotheum, Vienna, nr. 636
by 1917, Dr. Leon Lilienfeld (born 1869 - died 1938), Vienna
1938, by inheritance to his widow, Antonie Schulz Lilienfeld (born 1876 - died 1972), Vienna and Gstaad, Switzerland, but prevented from export and remained in the custody of Emerich Hunna, Vienna
1941, pawned by Hunna to the Dorotheum, Vienna
21 March 1944, transferred to Alt Aussee, Austria
1946, collected by Allies and released to the United States Forces in Austria
1948, restituted to Antonie Lilienfeld, Winchester, MA
1948, gift of Mrs. Lilienfeld to the MFA, accession date 14 October 1948

External links

Museum of Fine Arts Accession number 48.1165

Other works by Hendrick Gerritsz. Pot


Hendrick Gerritsz. Pot Portrait of Charles I
Portrait of Charles I
1632

Hendrick Gerritsz. Pot Portrait of a man
Portrait of a man

Hendrick Gerritsz. Pot Charles I, Henrietta Maria and Charles II as a Baby
Charles I, Henrietta Maria and Charles II as a Baby
1632

Hendrick Pot Lady and Gentleman in an Interior, 'A Startling Introduction'
Lady and Gentleman in an Interior, 'A Startling Introduction'
c. 1632

Hendrick Gerritsz. Pot
Vanitas allegory
c. 1635-40
46.3 x 48.8 cm
Oil on panel
Museum of Fine Arts, Boston