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Jan 26, 2021

Valentin or Buchholz in Provenance Texts of American Museums

Question for art provenance researchers. How many of these artworks display gaps in the provenance for the years 1933-1945?

Which artworks, if any, appear to have the most problematic provenances? Why? 

List of objects proposed for protection under Part 6 of the Tribunals, Courts and Enforcement Act 2007

provenance (MoMa 2021[Unknown private collection, Nice] Before 1928, Galerie Percier, Paris. By February 1949, Paul Chadourne & Colle, Paris.

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Which art objects have been lent under the Protection from Seizure "Part 6"?

How do the provenances listed in these documents compare with more recent provenances published by the the institutions?


Here are a few links:


DateTitleurl

PICASSO: CHALLENGING THE PAST 25 February – 7 June 2009

The National Gallery, Trafalgar Square, London, WC2N 5DN

http://web.archive.org/web/20210126043201/https://www.lootedart.com/web_images/artwork/Immunity_seizure_picasso.pdf



[PDF] List of objects proposed for protection under Part 6 of the Tribunals...https://www.royalacademy.org.uk/file/909
[PDF] List of objects proposed for protection under Part 6 of the Tribunals...https://www.dulwichpicturegallery.org.uk/media/8966/david-milne-immunity-from-seizure.pdf
Apr 15, 2019[PDF] List of objects proposed for protection under Part 6 of the Tribunals...https://www.dulwichpicturegallery.org.uk/media/10159/wolfsonian-immunity-from-seizure.pdf
Immunity from Seizure | The Fitzwilliam Museumhttps://www.fitzmuseum.cam.ac.uk/aboutus/ifs
[PDF] List of objects proposed for protection under Part 6 of the Tribunals...https://www.barbican.org.uk/sites/default/files/documents/2017-08/immunity-from-seizure.pdf
[PDF] Young Rembrandt Immunity From Seizure List 2020 - Ashmolean...https://www.ashmolean.org/files/youngrembrandtimmunityfromseizurelistpdf
[PDF] Barjeel Art Foundation - Whitechapel Galleryhttps://www.whitechapelgallery.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/The-following-works-are-proposed-to-be-covered-by-Immunity-from-Seizure-Barjeel-4.pdf
[PDF] List of objects proposed for protection under Part 6 of the Tribunals...https://www.lootedart.com/web_images/artwork/9%20budapest-museum-fine-arts-paintings-part-7-v2-750.pdf
Protection from seizure | British Museumhttps://www.britishmuseum.org/about-us/governance/protection-seizure
Immunity from seizure | Royal Armourieshttps://royalarmouries.org/about-us/governance/policies/immunity-from-seizure/
Oct 23, 2019[PDF] List of objects proposed for protection under Part 6 of the Tribunals...https://bynder.southbankcentre.co.uk/m/e7c0ab379866d9/original/Hayward-Gallery-Bridget-Riley-2019-Immunity-from-Seizure-MoMA-Albright-Wadsworth-Pompidou.pdf
[PDF] Check list of requirements - Gov.ukhttps://assets.publishing.service.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/91876/Checklist_of_requirements.pdf
[PDF] List of objects proposed for protection under Part 6 of the Tribunals...http://barber.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2015/09/Moses-and-Pharaoh%E2%80%99s-Crown.pdf
[PDF] Objects proposed for protection under Part 6 of the Tribunals, Courts...https://group.sciencemuseum.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2017/11/IfS-object-list-Sci-Tech-India-04-08-17-updated.pdf
List of objects proposed for protection under Part 6 of the Tribunals...https://ikon-gallery.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/10/List-of-objects-proposed-for-protection.pdf
Tribunals, Courts and Enforcement Act 2007 - Wikipediahttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tribunals,_Courts_and_Enforcement_Act_2007
Jul 19, 2007[PDF] TRIBUNALS, COURTS AND ENFORCEMENT ACT 2007https://www.eui.eu/Projects/InternationalArtHeritageLaw/Documents/NationalLegislation/UnitedKingdom/tribunalscourtsenforcementact-explanatorynotes.pdf
Sep 21, 2014[PDF] Shah 'Abbas: The Remaking of Iran - WordPress.comhttps://enfilade18thc.files.wordpress.com/2014/09/germany-protection-from-seizure-final.pdf
Mar 1, 2007[PDF] The Tribunals, Courts and Enforcement Bill [HL] - UK Parliamenthttp://researchbriefings.files.parliament.uk/documents/RP07-22/RP07-22.pdf
RatingFillable Online Endless Forms - The Fitzwilliam Museum Fax Email...https://www.pdffiller.com/89215218--Endless-Forms-The-Fitzwilliam-Museum-
[PDF] The United Kingdom's Immunity from Seizure Legislationhttps://www.lse.ac.uk/law/working-paper-series/2007-08/WPS2008-20-OConnell.pdf
Art Loans and Immunity from Seizure in the United States and the...https://www.cambridge.org/core/journals/international-journal-of-cultural-property/article/art-loans-and-immunity-from-seizure-in-the-united-states-and-the-united-kingdom/C75253B5BF0D1A1CF769D64592DADB1A
List of objects proposed for protection under Part 6 of the Tribunals...https://docplayer.org/24013963-List-of-objects-proposed-for-protection-under-part-6-of-the-tribunals-courts-and-enforcement-act-2007-protection-of-cultural-objects-on-loan.html
Tribunals, Courts and Enforcement Act 2007—domestic... - LexisNexishttps://www.lexisnexis.co.uk/legal/guidance/tribunals-courts-enforcement-act-2007-domestic-enforcement-part-3
Immunity from Seizure - The British Libraryhttps://www.bl.uk/about-us/governance/policies/immunity-from-seizure
[PDF] lands tribunal - Courts and Tribunals Judiciaryhttps://www.judiciary.uk/wp-content/uploads/2020/01/Practice-Directions-UTLands-Chamber-1-1.pdf
Bailiff Case law - Dealing with Bailiffshttps://www.dealingwithbailiffs.co.uk/caselaw.html
Coronavirus Act 2020 | The Crown Prosecution Servicehttps://www.cps.gov.uk/legal-guidance/coronavirus-act-2020
List of objects proposed for protection under Part 6... - Lootedart.comhttps://www.yumpu.com/en/document/view/43153574/list-of-objects-proposed-for-protection-under-part-6-lootedartcom
[PDF] Protection of Works of Art in and after Conflicthttps://www.chathamhouse.org/sites/default/files/public/Research/International%20Law/il080508.pdf
List of objects proposed for protection under Part 6 of the Tribunals...https://docplayer.net/23021577-List-of-objects-proposed-for-protection-under-part-6-of-the-tribunals-courts-and-enforcement-act-2007-protection-of-cultural-objects-on-loan.html
Protected Objects Act 1975 No 41 (as at 01 October 2018), Public...https://www.legislation.govt.nz/act/public/1975/0041/latest/whole.html
Nov 12, 2020Tribunals, Courts and Enforcement Act 2007 – Advocatetanmoy Law...https://advocatetanmoy.com/2020/11/12/tribunals-courts-and-enforcement-act-2007/
[PDF] List of objects proposed for protection under Part 6 of the Tribunals...https://slidex.tips/download/in-the-age-of-giorgione-final
[PDF] Art and International Cultural Property - SMU Scholarhttps://scholar.smu.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article%3D1200
List of objects proposed for protection under Part 6 of the Tribunals...https://fashiondocbox.com/Jewelry/73875674-List-of-objects-proposed-for-protection-under-part-6-of-the-tribunals-courts-and-enforcement-act-2007-protection-of-cultural-objects-on-loan.html
Fighting the illicit trafficking of cultural property: a toolkit for...https://unesdoc.unesco.org/ark:/48223/pf0000266098?posInSet%3D1
Aug 16, 2010The objects of the Act | ALRChttps://www.alrc.gov.au/publication/for-your-information-australian-privacy-law-and-practice-alrc-report-108/5-the-privacy-act-name-structure-and-objects/the-objects-of-the-act/
V&A · Immunity From Seizurehttps://www.vam.ac.uk/info/immunity-from-seizure
The Hunterian - About Us - Reports and... - University of Glasgowhttps://www.gla.ac.uk/hunterian/about/reportsandpolicies/ifs/
Immunity from seizure – Waddesdon Manorhttps://waddesdon.org.uk/about-us/governance/immunity-from-seizure/
Immunity from seizure information | Manchester Art Galleryhttps://manchesterartgallery.org/visit/about-us/immunity-from-seizure-information/
List of objects proposed for protection under Part 6 of... Villiers, 1st...https://fdocuments.net/document/list-of-objects-proposed-for-protection-under-part-6-of-villiers-1st-duke-of.html
[PDF] THE ART COLLECTING LEGAL HANDBOOK - Farrer & Cohttps://www.farrer.co.uk/globalassets/news-articles/downloads/art-collecting-legal-handbook-england-and-wales-chapter.pdf

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What do these protected artworks and their provenances look like?

A sample...

1.

PICASSO: CHALLENGING THE PAST 25 February – 7 June 2009
The National Gallery, Trafalgar Square, London, WC2N 5DN
IMMUNITY FROM SEIZURE

http://web.archive.org/web/20210126043201/https://www.lootedart.com/web_images/artwork/Immunity_seizure_picasso.pdf

THE

NATIONAL GALLERY

IMMUNITY FROM SEIZURE

PICASSO: CHALLENGING THE PAST 25 February – 7 June 2009

The National Gallery, Trafalgar Square, London, WC2N 5DN

IMMUNITY FROM SEIZURE

The National Gallery is able to provide immunity from seizure under part 6 of the Tribunals, Courts and Enforcement Act 2007. This Act provides protection from seizure for cultural objects from abroad on loan to temporary exhibitions in approved museums and galleries in the UK.

The conditions are:

The object is usually kept outside the UK

It is not owned by a person resident in the UK

Its import does not contravene any import regulations

It is brought to the UK for public display in a temporary exhibition at a museum or gallery

The borrowing museum or gallery is approved under the Act

The borrowing museum has published information about the object

For further enquiries, please contact information@ng-london.org.

Protection under the Act is sought for the objects listed in this document, which are intended to form part of the forthcoming exhibition, ‘Picasso: Challenging the Past’.

Copyright Notice: no images from these pages should be reproduced without permission.

IMMUNITY FROM SEIZURE

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The National Gallery, Trafalgar Square, London, WC2N 5DN

PICASSO: CHALLENGING THE PAST

25 February – 7 June 2009
Protection under the Act is sought for the objects listed below:

Pablo Picasso (1881 - 1973)

© The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York / Succession Picasso / DACS 2009

X6164
La Coiffure
1906
Place of manufacture: Paris or Gosol
Painting
Oil on canvas
Support: 174.9 x 99.7 cm
Inscriptions: Signed bottom left ‘Picasso’
Lent by The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Catharine Lorillard Wolfe Collection, Wolfe Fund, 1951; acquired from The Museum of Modern Art, Anonymous Gift (53.140.3)

Lender’s name and address: Metropolitan Museum of Art 1000 Fifth Avenue
New York

New York 10028 USA

Accession Number: 53.140.3

Provenance:
Acquired from the artist by the dealer Ambroise Vollard, Paris, circa 1906-7; with Hugo Perls, Berlin, circa 1924-30;

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The National Gallery, Trafalgar Square, London, WC2N 5DN

with Pierre Matisse, New York, 1930;
bought by Stephen C. Clark, New York, 1930;
his gift to the Museum of Modern Art, New York, 1937;
deaccessioned and sold to the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, 1953 (1)

Note that this object has a complete history of ownership from the beginning of the year 1933 to the end of the year 1945. It is not included on the list of works with incomplete provenance published by the Metropolitan Museum of Art on their website at http://www.metmuseum.org/Works_of_Art/provenance/pv_paintings.asp?displayMode=2

(1) Complete provenance published by Rebecca Rabinow (ed.), Cézanne to Picasso: Ambroise Vollard, Patron of the Avant-Garde, exh. cat., Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, 2006-7, cat. 149, p. 388; previously published in part by Pierre Daix and Georges Boudaille, Picasso: The Blue & Rose Periods. A Catalogue of the Paintings 1900-1906, New York, 1967, cat. XIV.20, p. 289.

Pablo Picasso (1881 – 1973)

© Photo: MoMA, NY / Scala / Succession Picasso / DACS 2009

X6356
Nude with Joined Hands (Grand Nu Rose – Fernande)
1906
Place of manufacture: Gosol
Painting
Oil on canvas
Support: 153.7 x 94.3 cm
No inscriptions
The Museum of Modern Art, New York. The William S. Paley Collection

Lender’s name and address: Museum of Modern Art
11 West 53 Street
New York

NY 10019-5497 USA

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The National Gallery, Trafalgar Square, London, WC2N 5DN

Accession Number: SPC27.1990

Provenance:
Acquired from the artist by Leo and Gertrude Stein, circa 1906 (1);
Bequeathed to Alice B. Toklas on the death of Gertrude Stein in 1946 (2);
Acquired by William S. Paley on the death of the above in 1967 (3);
Bequeathed to the Museum of Modern Art, New York, on the death of the above, 1997

(1) John Richardson, A Life of Picasso: 1881-1906, vol. 1, London, 1991, pp. 445, 514 n. 36. (2) Alice Toklas was the long-term companion and partner of Gertrude Stein.
(3) Margaret Potter in Gertrude Stein & Picasso & Juan Gris, exh. cat., National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa, 1971.

Note that this object has a complete history of ownership from the beginning of the year 1933 to the end of the year 1945. It is not included on the list of works with incomplete provenance published by the Museum of Modern Art on their website at http://www.moma.org/collection/provenance/.

Pablo Picasso (1881 – 1973)

© Photo: MoMA, NY / Scala / Succession Picasso / DACS 2009

X6162
Self-Portrait
1901
Place of manufacture: Paris
Painting
Oil on cardboard
Support: 54 x 31.8 cm
Inscriptions: Signed top left ‘Yo’ and bottom right ‘Picasso’
The Museum of Modern Art, New York. Mrs John Hay Whitney Bequest 1998

Lender’s name and address: Museum of Modern Art
11 West 53 Street
New York

NY 10019-5497 USA

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The National Gallery, Trafalgar Square, London, WC2N 5DN

Accession Number: 587.1998

Provenance:
Private collection, Nice (1)
Paris art market (2)
P. Chadourne & Colle, Paris
Purchased by Mr and Mrs John Hay Whitney, New York from the above in February 1949 (3) Bequeath to the Museum of Modern Art, New York, by Mrs John Hay Whitney, 1998

This painting has incomplete provenance information for the years 1933-45 and is included on the list of works with incomplete provenance published by the Museum of Modern Art on their website (see note 3 below). It has been checked on the Art Loss Register and is not registered as being stolen or missing.

(1) Pierre Daix and Georges Boudaille, Picasso: The Blue and Rose Periods: A Catalogue Raisonné, 1900-1906, New York, 1967, cat. V.1. The first volume of Zervos’ Catalogue géneral, published in 1932 and thus before the rise of the Nazi party, does not give a location for this work.
(2) William Rubin, Picasso in the Collection of the Museum of Modern Art, New York, 1972, p. 189.
(3) Provenance published by the Museum of Modern Art, New York, on their website at http://www.moma.org/collection/provenance/items/587.98.html

Exhibitions:
Galaries Durand Ruel, Paris, 1949, no. 12
New York Private Collections, Museum of Modern Art, New York, 1951
Paintings from Private Collections, Museum of Modern Art, New York, 1955
Picasso, 75
th Anniversary Exhibition, Museum of Modern Art, New York, Art Institute of Chicago, 1957 and the Philadelphia Museum of Art, 1958
Yale Alumni Collections, Yale University Art Gallery, 1960
The John Hay Whitney Collection, Tate Gallery, London, 1960-1
Picasso and Portraiture: Representation and Transformation, The Museum of Modern Art, New York and Grand Palais, Paris, 1996-7
Picasso: The Early Years, 1892-1906, National Gallery of Art, Washington, 1997
Picasso et les Maîtres, Grand Palais, Paris, 2008-9

Select Bibliography:
Anthony Fredrick Blunt and Phoebe Pool, Picasso: The Formative Years, A Study of his Sources. London and Greenwich, 1962, no. 42.
Pierre Daix and Georges Boudaille, Picasso: The Blue and Rose Periods: A Catalogue Raisonné, 1900-1906, New York, 1967, V.1.
William Slattery Lieberman, Pablo Picasso: Blue and Rose Periods, London, 1955, pl. 9.
Marily McCully, Picasso: The Early Years, 1892-1906, Washington, 1997, fig. 66.
Josep Palau i Fabre, Picasso: Life and Work of the Early Years 1881-1907, Oxford, 1981, p. 270, fig. 678.
John Richardson, A Life of Picasso: 1881-1906, vol. 1, London, 1991, pp. 228-9.
John Rewald, ‘French Paintings in the Collection of Mr. and Mrs. John Hay Whitney,’ Connoisseur, March-April 1957, p. 137.
William Rubin, Picasso in the Collection of the Museum of Modern Art, New York, 1972, p. 189.
William Rubin et al., Picasso and Portraiture: Representation and Transformation, New York, 1996, p. 124.
Jaime Sabartés, Picasso: Documents iconographiques, Geneva, 1954, No. 63.
Christian Zervos, Catalogue géneral illustré de l’ouvre de Picasso, 33 vols, Paris, 1932-1978, vol. I.,113.

The National Gallery, Trafalgar Square, London, WC2N 5DN

IMMUNITY FROM SEIZURE

Pablo Picasso (1881 – 1973)

© The Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation, New York / Succession Picasso / DACS 2009

X6307
Fernande with a Black Mantilla
1905-6
Place of Manufacture: Paris
Painting
Oil on canvas
Support: 100 x 81 cm
No inscriptions on front of painting
Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York
Thannhauser Collection, Bequest, Hilde Thannhauser, 1991

Lender’s name and address: Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum 1071 Fifth Avenue
New York
NY 10128
USA

Accession number: 91.3914

Provenance:
Paul von Mendelssohn-Bartholdy Collection, Berlin;
Elsa von Mendelssohn-Bartholdy (later Countess Kesselstatt), Berlin and Ascona, from September 1927 (gifted upon marriage);
Sold to Walter Feilchenfeldt Gallery, Zurich, by Kesselstatt, ca. 1955;
Sold to Justin K. Thannhauser, New York, by Feilchenfeldt, 1956;
Bequest to Hilde Thannhauser, Bern, 1976;
Bequest to the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York, 1991.(1)

(1) Information supplied directly by the Guggenheim Museum.

Note that this object has a complete history of ownership from the beginning of the year 1933 to the end of the year 1945. It is not included on the list of works with incomplete provenance published by the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum through the Nazi-Era Provenance Information Portal at http://www.nepip.org/. It has been checked on the Art Loss Register and is not registered as being stolen or missing.

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The National Gallery, Trafalgar Square, London, WC2N 5DN

Pablo Picasso (1881 – 1973)

IMMUNITY FROM SEIZURE

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© San Francisco Museum of Modern Art / Succession Picasso / DACS 2009

X6346
Les Femmes d’Alger E
16 January 1955
Place of manufacture: Paris
Painting
Oil on canvas
Support: 46.1 x 55 cm
Inscription: signed upper right ‘Picasso’ San Francisco Museum of Modern Art Gift of Wilbur D. May

Lender’s name and address: Museum of Modern Art 151 Third Street
San Francisco

CA 94103 USA

Accession number: 64.4

Provenance:
With the artist’s dealers, Galerie Louis Leiris, 1955;
Acquired from the above by Mr and Mrs Ganz (1);
Acquired from the above by the Saidenburg Gallery;
Sold to the Mays by the above in 1956 (2);
Received by the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art as a gift from Wilbur D. May, 1964

(1) Leo Steinberg in Michael FitzGerald, A Life of Collecting: Victor and Sally Ganz, Christie’s, New York, 1997, p. 65
(2) Communication from the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, 23 October 2008

Note that this painting was only painted in 1955 and thus post-dates the period 1933-45.

The National Gallery, Trafalgar Square, London, WC2N 5DN

Pablo Picasso (1881 – 1973)

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© Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art, Hartford, Connecticut / Succession Picasso / DACS 2009

X6342
Women of Algiers A
13 December 1954
Place of manufacture: Paris
Painting
Oil on canvas
Support: 65.1 x 72.7 cm
Inscription: Signed bottom left ‘Picasso’
Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art, Hartford, CT Gift of the Carey Walker Foundation

Lender’s name and address: Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art 600 Main Street
Hartford
CT 06103
USA

Accession number: 1994.2.2

Provenance:
With the artist’s dealers, Galerie Louis Leiris, 1955;
Acquired from the above by Mr and Mrs Ganz (1);
Probably sold by the above to the Saidenburg Gallery, 1956 (2);
Herschel Carey Walker Collection by 26 January 1994, when it came to Wadsworth Atheneum as a temporary loan (3)

(1) Leo Steinberg in Michael FitzGerald, A Life of Collecting: Victor and Sally Ganz, Christie’s, New York, 1997, p. 65
(2) All Picasso’s variations after Les femmes d’Alger were acquired by Victor Ganz as a single acquisition (see note 1 above) and, with the exception of those which remained in the Ganz collection, they appear to have been consigned to the Saidenburg Gallery in 1956

(3) Communication from the Registrar’s Office, Wadsworth Atheneum, 15 December 2008 Note that this painting was only painted in 1954 and thus post-dates the period 1933-45.

The National Gallery, Trafalgar Square, London, WC2N 5DN

Pablo Picasso (1881 – 1973)

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© Philadelphia Museum of Art. Photo Graydon Wood / Succession Picasso / DACS 2009 X6172
Self Portrait with Palette
1906

Place of manufacture: Paris
Painting
Oil on canvas
Support: 92 x 73 cm
Inscription: Signed and dated bottom left Picasso 1906 Philadelphia Museum of Art

Lender’s name and address: Philadelphia Museum of Art P.0.Box 7646
Philadelphia

PA 19101-7646 USA

Accession number: 1/1/1950

Provenance:
Acquired directly from the artist by A.E. Gallatin by 1929 (1);
Bequeathed to the Philadelphia Museum of Art on the death of the above, 1952

(1) Gail Stavitsky, ‘The A.E. Gallatin Collection: An Early Adventure in Modern Art,’ Philadelphia Museum of Art Bulletin, vol. 89, no. 379/80, Winter/Spring 1994, p. 16.

Note that this object has a complete history of ownership from the beginning of the year 1933 to the end of the year 1945. It is not included on the list of works with incomplete provenance published by the Philadelphia Museum of Art at http://www.philamuseum.org/collections/results.html?provenance=1

The National Gallery, Trafalgar Square, London, WC2N 5DN

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2. https://royal-academy-production-asset.s3.amazonaws.com/uploads/f06aa7b5-f874-4da4-aa52-ed7cc7ee8923/Charles+I+-+Immunity+from+Seizure.pdf

List of objects proposed for protection under Part 6 of the Tribunals, Courts and Enforcement Act 2007 (protection of cultural objects on loan)

Charles I: King and Collector
27 January 2018 to 15 April 2018

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Artist: Orazio Gentileschi Title: Lot and his Daughters

(Lot y sus hijas)

Date: 1628

Medium: Oil on canvas

Dimensions: Unframed: 226 x 282 cm Framed: 238.5 x 293.5 x 8.5 cm

Inv.No: 69/101

Lent by:

Museo de Bellas Artes de Bilbao Museo Plaza, 2
48009 Bilbao
Spain

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Photo © Bilboko Arte Ederren Museoa-Museo de Bellas Artes de Bilbao

Provenance:

George Villiers, 1st Duke of Buckingham; Charles I/Henrietta Maria; William Latham and others, Commonwealth Sales, 23 October 1651 (£80); acquired by Alonso de Cardenas for Luis Mendez de Haro y Guzman; thereafter by descent; Duke of Alba, until after 1911; Luis de Ardanaz; acquired by Museo de Bellas Artes, Bilbao, 1924

*Note that this object has a complete provenance for the years 1933-1945

List of objects proposed for protection under Part 6 of the Tribunals, Courts and Enforcement Act 2007 (protection of cultural objects on loan)

Charles I: King and Collector
27 January 2018 to 15 April 2018

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Artist: Diego Velázquez

Title: Portrait of King Philip IV

Date: 1623-24

Medium: Oil on canvas

Dimensions: Unframed: 61.9 x 48.9 cm Framed: 96.52 x 82.3 x 7.62 cm

Inv.No: MM.67.23

Lent by:

Southern Methodist University, Meadows Museum
5900 Bishop Blvd
Dallas

TX 75205 USA

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Photo © Meadows Museum, SMU, Dallas. Algur H. Meadows Collection, MM.67.23. Photograph by Michael Bodycomb

Provenance:

Philip IV, King of Spain, 1623; Cardinal Andrea Carlo Ferrari, Milan or Rome; Cardinal Pietro Gasparri, Rome, until at least 1920; by descent; Mrs Herbert N. Straus, New York, before 1937; with Wildenstein and Co. Inc., New York and Paris; private collection, France; acquired by Meadows Museum, Southern Methodist University, Dallas, 1967

*Note that this object has an incomplete provenance for the years 1933-1945. Extensive research has been carried out in order to fill the gaps, but no further information has been found.

Exhibited:
On permanent display at Meadows Museum, Dallas
Juan van der Hamen y Leon and the Court of Madrid, Palacio Real, Madrid; Meadows Museum, Dallas, 2005-06 Diego Velazquez: The Early Court Portraits, Meadows Museum, Dallas, 2012-13

Published:
J. Lopez-Rey, 
Velazquez: Catalogue Raisonne, Cologne, 1996, 2 vols, vol. 2, p. 64, no. 28

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List of objects proposed for protection under Part 6 of the Tribunals, Courts and Enforcement Act 2007 (protection of cultural objects on loan)

Charles I: King and Collector
27 January 2018 to 15 April 2018

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Artist: Peter Paul Rubens
Title: Equestrian Portrait of the Duke of

Buckingham

Date: 1625

Medium: Oil on panel

Dimensions: Unframed: 46.6 x 51.7 cm Framed: 69.9 x 74.6 x 6 cm

Inv.No: AP 1976.08

Lent by:

Kimbell Art Museum
3333 Camp Bowie Boulevard Fort Worth
TX 76107-2792
USA

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Photo © Kimbell Art Museum, Fort Worth, Texas

Provenance:

Claude-Maurice-Henri Roxard de la Salle [1837-1882], Nancy, France; his sale, Hôtel Drouot, Paris, 28 March 1881, no. 29; Louis Stern, Paris, 1881; his widow, Mme Louis Stern, née Ernesta de Hierschel [1854-1926], Paris; by descent to her granddaughter, Sylvie de Langlade, Paris; Somerville and Simpson, Ltd., London, 1974; private collection, London, 1974; aquired by Kimbell Art Foundation, Fort Worth, 1976

*Note that this object has an incomplete provenance for the years 1933-1945. Extensive research has been carried out in order to fill the gaps, but no further information has been found.

Exhibited:
Peter C. Sutton, Marjorie E. Wieseman and Nico van Hout, 
Drawn by the Brush: Oil Sketches by Peter Paul Rubens, exh. cat., Bruce Museum of Arts and Science, Greenwich, CT; Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive; Cincinnati Art Museum, 2004-05, pp. 142-46, no. 15

Published:
Julius Samuel Held, 'Zwei Rubensprobleme' 
Zeitschrift fur Kunstgeschichte 39, pp. 34-46
Julius Samuel Held, The Oil Sketches of Peter Paul Rubens, vol. 1, pp. 393-95, no. 292
Hans Vlieghe, 
Rubens Portraits of Identified Sitters Painted in Antwerp. Corpus Rubenianum Ludwig Burchard 19, vol. 2, 1987, pp. 66-67, no. 81a

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List of objects proposed for protection under Part 6 of the Tribunals, Courts and Enforcement Act 2007 (protection of cultural objects on loan)

Charles I: King and Collector
27 January 2018 to 15 April 2018

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Artist: Anthony van Dyck
Title: Charles I and Henrietta Maria

Holding a Laurel Wreath

Date: 1632

Medium: Oil on canvas

Dimensions: Unframed: 113.5 x 163 cm Framed: 116 x 186 cm

Inv.No: KE 2372, O 406

Lent by:

Archbishopric Olomouc Wurmova 9
771 01 Olomouc
Czech Republic

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Photo © Archbishopric of Olomouc - Kroměříž Archdiocesan Museum. Photography: Zdeněk Sodoma

Provenance:

Charles I; John Jackson and possibly others, Commonwealth Sales, 23 October 1651 (£60); possibly Diego Duarte; Franz and Bernhard Albert von Imstenraedt; Karl von Liechtenstein-Kastelkorn, Bishop of Olomouc; at Bishopric of Olomouc, by 1691; thereafter by descent

*Note that this object has a complete provenance for the years 1933-1945

List of objects proposed for protection under Part 6 of the Tribunals, Courts and Enforcement Act 2007 (protection of cultural objects on loan)

Charles I: King and Collector
27 January 2018 to 15 April 2018

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Artist: Anthony van Dyck

Title: Thomas Howard, 2nd Earl of Arundel

Date: c. 1620-21

Medium: Oil on canvas

Dimensions: Unframed: 102.6 x 79.7 cm Framed: 124.5 x 101.6 x 7 cm

Inv.No: 86.PA.532

Lent by:

The J. Paul Getty Museum 1200 Getty Center Drive Suite 1000
Los Angeles

CA 90049-1687 USA

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© Digital image courtesy of the Getty's Open Content Program

Provenance:

George Villiers, 1st Duke of Buckingham; Louis Philippe II, Duke of Orleans; by descent; Citoyen Robit; his sale, acquired by Francis Egerton, 3rd Duke of Bridgewater, 1801; Daniel Guggenheim, New York, by 1929; by descent to Robert Guggenheim, Washington DC, 1950; acquired by the J Paul Getty Museum, 1986

*Note that this object has a complete provenance for the years 1933-1945

List of objects proposed for protection under Part 6 of the Tribunals, Courts and Enforcement Act 2007 (protection of cultural objects on loan)

Charles I: King and Collector
27 January 2018 to 15 April 2018

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Artist: Orazio Gentileschi

Title: Head of a Woman

Date: c. 1630-35

Medium: Oil on panel

Dimensions: Unframed: 42 x 37 cm
Framed: 63.5 x 59.69 x 8.89 cm

Lent by:

Private collection
c/o Tim Marlow Artistic Director
Royal Academy of Arts Burlington House Piccadilly

London W1J 0BD

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Photo © Courtesy Sotheby's

Provenance:

Charles I, by 1636; Robert Houghton and others, Commonwealth Sales, 16 January 1651/52 (£4); Colin Agnew, London, by 1930, Harry Eustace Marsland Benn, 1951-81; Thomas Agnew and Sons Ltd, by 1988; Martha McGeary Snider and Bryn Mawr, 1989; acquired in 2017 (25 January 2017, Sotheby's, New York, lot no. 38)

*Note that this object has an incomplete provenance for the years 1933-1945. Extensive research has been carried out in order to fill the gaps, but no further information has been found.

Exhibited:
Keith Christiansen and Judith W. Mann (eds), Orazio and Artemisia Gentileschi, exh. cat., Museo del Palazzo di Venezia, Rome; The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York; Saint Louis Art Museum, 2001-02, no. 50

Published:
Oliver Millar (ed.), Abraham van der Doort's Catalogue of the Collections of Charles I, The Walpole Society, 37, Glasgow,

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List of objects proposed for protection under Part 6 of the Tribunals, Courts and Enforcement Act 2007 (protection of cultural objects on loan)

Charles I: King and Collector
27 January 2018 to 15 April 2018

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1960, p. 38, no. 7
Oliver Millar (ed.), The Inventories and Valuations of the King's Goods, 1649-1651, The Walpole Society, 43, Glasgow, 1972, p. 266, no. 158
R. Ward Bissell, Orazio Gentileschi and the Poetic Tradition in Caravaggesque Painting, University Park, 1981, no. 68 Benedict Nicolson, Caravaggism in Europe, 3 vols, Turin, 1990, vol. 1, pp. 66, 116
Gabriele Finaldi (ed.), Orazio Gentileschi at the Court of Charles I, exh. cat., National Gallery, London; Museo de Bellas Artes, Bilbao; Museo NAcional del Prado, Madrid, 1999, p. 22
Jeremy Wood, 'Orazio Gentileschi and Some Netherlandish Artists in London: The Patronage of the Duke of Buckingham, Charles I, and Henrietta Maria', Simiolus: Netherlands Quarterly for the History of Art, 28, 3, 2000-2001, p. 114

List of objects proposed for protection under Part 6 of the Tribunals, Courts and Enforcement Act 2007 (protection of cultural objects on loan)

Charles I: King and Collector
27 January 2018 to 15 April 2018

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Artist: Pieter Bruegel the Elder

Title: The Three Soldiers

Date: c. 1568

Medium: Oil on oak panel

Dimensions: Unframed: 20.3 x 17.8 cm Framed: 34 x 30.8 cm

Inv.No: 1965.1.163

Lent by:

The Frick Collection 1 East 70th Street New York
NY 10021

USA

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Copyright The Frick Collection

Provenance:

Charles I; Thomas Greene, Commonwealth Sales, 1 February 1653 (£5); recovered at the Restoration; thereafter by descent, until 1714; William van Huls; his sale, 1722; private collection, from c. 1900; Mr. Marks, c. 1960; Edward Speelman, Agnew's and one other,1964; acquired by the Frick Collection, 1965

*Note that this object has a complete provenance for the years 1933-1945

Exhibited:
On permanent display at the Frick Collection
Bruegel in Black and White: Three Grisailles Reunited, Courtauld Gallery, 2016

Published:
Frick Collection catalogues 1968, 1966

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List of objects proposed for protection under Part 6 of the Tribunals, Courts and Enforcement Act 2007 (protection of cultural objects on loan)

Charles I: King and Collector
27 January 2018 to 15 April 2018

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Artist: Anthony van Dyck

Title: Charles I ('Le Roi à la chasse') (Portrait de Charles 1er, roi d'Angleterre (1600-1649), à la chasse)

Date: c. 1635

Medium: Oil on canvas

Dimensions: Unframed: 266 x 207 cm Framed: 324.5 x 264 cm

Inv.No: Inv. 1236

Lent by:

Musée du Louvre Entrée Des Lions F-75058 Paris France

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Photo © RMN-Grand Palais (musée du Louvre) / Christian Jean

Provenance:

Charles I; Jeanne Baptiste d'Albert de Luynes, Comtesse de Verrue; Leon de Madaillan de Lesparre, Marquis de Lassay; Guy Armand de Gramont, Comte de Guiche, 1769; his sale, 1771; Jeanne Becu, Comtesse du Barry; Louis XV, 1775; transferred to the Louvre in 1797

*Note that this object has a complete provenance for the years 1933-1945

List of objects proposed for protection under Part 6 of the Tribunals, Courts and Enforcement Act 2007 (protection of cultural objects on loan)

Charles I: King and Collector
27 January 2018 to 15 April 2018

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Artist: Titian
Title: The Supper at Emmaus

(Les Pèlerins d'Emmaüs)

Date: c. 1534

Medium: Oil on canvas

Dimensions: Unframed: 169 x 244 cm Framed: 204 x 285.5 cm

Inv.No: Inv. 746

Lent by:

Musée du Louvre Entrée Des Lions F-75058 Paris France

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Photo © RMN-Grand Palais (musée du Louvre) / Stéphane Maréchalle

Provenance:

Nicola Maffei; thereafter by descent; Vincenzo I Gonzaga, c. 1593; thereafer by descent; acquired by Daniel Nijs for Charles I, 1628; Robert Houghton and others, Commonwealth Sales, 23 October 1651 (£600); Everard Jabach, before 1656; Louis XIV, 1662; thereafter by descent; transferred to the Louvre in 1792

*Note that this object has a complete provenance for the years 1933-1945

List of objects proposed for protection under Part 6 of the Tribunals, Courts and Enforcement Act 2007 (protection of cultural objects on loan)

Charles I: King and Collector
27 January 2018 to 15 April 2018

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Artist: Titian

Title: Conjugal Allegory ('The Allegory of Alfonso d'Avalos')
(Allégorie conjugale (Allégorie de la séparation?), dit à tort Allégorie d'Alphonse d'Avalos)

Date: 1536-38

Medium: Oil on canvas

Dimensions: Unframed: 123 x 107 cm Framed: 135.5 x 141 cm

Inv.No: Inv. 754

Lent by:

Musée du Louvre Entrée Des Lions F-75058 Paris France

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Photo © RMN-Grand Palais (musée du Louvre) / Stéphane Maréchalle

Provenance:

Almonedo; Charles I; John Hutchinson, Commonwealth Sales, 24 May 1650 (£51); Everard Jabach, before 1660; Louis XIV, 1662; thereafter by descent; transferred to the Louvre in 1792

*Note that this object has a complete provenance for the years 1933-1945

List of objects proposed for protection under Part 6 of the Tribunals, Courts and Enforcement Act 2007 (protection of cultural objects on loan)

Charles I: King and Collector
27 January 2018 to 15 April 2018

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Artist: Hans Holbein the Younger

Title: Portrait of Robert Cheseman

Date: 1533

Medium: Oil on panel

Dimensions: Unframed: 58.8 x 62.8 cm Framed: 83 x 87 x 6 cm

Inv.No: inv. 276

Lent by:

Mauritshuis
Plein 29
2511 CS The Hague Netherlands

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Photo © Mauritshuis, The Hague

Provenance:

First recorded in inventory of James II, until 1688; William III, after 1688; thereafter by descent

*Note that this object has a complete provenance for the years 1933-1945

List of objects proposed for protection under Part 6 of the Tribunals, Courts and Enforcement Act 2007 (protection of cultural objects on loan)

Charles I: King and Collector
27 January 2018 to 15 April 2018

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Artist: Anthony van Dyck
Title: Queen Henrietta Maria with Sir Jeffrey

Hudson

Date: 1633

Medium: Oil on canvas

Dimensions: Unframed: 219.1 x 134.8 cm Framed: 261.6 x 174 x 14.6 cm

Inv.No: 1952.5.39

Lent by:

National Gallery of Art 2000B South Club Drive Landover
MD

20785 USA

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Photo © Courtesy National Gallery of Art, Washington

Provenance:

Richard Newport, 2nd Earl of Bradford; by descent to Charles Coote, 7th Early of Mountrath; Joseph Damer, 1st Earl of Dorchester; by descent to Henry Dawson-Damer, 3rd Earl of Portarlinton; from whom acquired by Thomas Baring, 1st Earl of Northbrook, 1881; by descent to Francis Baring, 2nd Earl of Northbrook; sold March 1927 to (Duveen Brothers, Inc., London, New York, and Paris); sold May 1928 to William Randolph Hearst [1863-1951], San Simeon, California; on consignment 1938 with (M. Knoedler and Co., New York) by (Parish-Watson and Co., New York), for Hearst; returned 1939 to Hearst; (his sale, held at Gimbel's and Saks Fifth Avenue by Hammer Galleries, New York, 25 March 1941, no. 174-1); consigned 1952 by Hearst's estate to (M. Knoedler and Co., New York); sold September 1952 to the Samuel H. Kress Foundation, New York; gift 1952 to NGA.

*Note that this object has an incomplete provenance for the years 1933-1945. Extensive research has been carried out in order to fill the gaps, but no further information has been found.

Exhibited:
On permanent display at National Gallery of Art, Washington
Van Dyck: The Anatomy of Portraiture, Frick Collection, 2016, no. 72 Van Dyck: 1599-1641, Royal Academy, 1999, no. 67

Published:
Barnes et al, p. 522, no. IV.118



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3. List of objects proposed for protection under Part 6 of the Tribunals, Courts and Enforcement Act 2007 (protection of cultural objects on loan)

David Milne: Modern Painting

Dulwich Picture Gallery, London, 14 February – 7 May 2018 Vancouver Art Gallery, 16 June – 16 September 2018 McMichael Canadian Art Collection, 4 October 2018 – 13 January 2019

https://www.dulwichpicturegallery.org.uk/media/8966/david-milne-immunity-from-seizure.pdf

List of objects proposed for protection under Part 6 of the Tribunals, Courts and Enforcement Act 2007 (protection of cultural objects on loan)

David Milne: Modern Painting

Dulwich Picture Gallery, London, 14 February – 7 May 2018 Vancouver Art Gallery, 16 June – 16 September 2018 McMichael Canadian Art Collection, 4 October 2018 – 13 January 2019

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Lender: BEAVERBROOK ART GALLERY

Title: Moccassin Flower

Date/period: 1935

Accession Number: 1991.27

Medium: Oil On Canvas

Dimensions: Unframed: 46.34 x 56 cm Framed: 71.8 x 82.8 cm

Provenance:

Milne to Massey, 1935; Laing Galleries, Toronto, 1958; A. Murray Vaughan, Montreal, 1960; L. Marguerite Vaughan, Toronto; her gift, 1991

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Artist: David Milne

Complete 1933-1945 provenance is known as indicated above

On temporary display in the UK for: David Milne: Modern Painting

Dulwich Picture Gallery, London, 14 February – 7 May 2018

Dulwich Picture Gallery Gallery Road
Dulwich Village London

SE21 7AD

List of objects proposed for protection under Part 6 of the Tribunals, Courts and Enforcement Act 2007 (protection of cultural objects on loan)

David Milne: Modern Painting

Dulwich Picture Gallery, London, 14 February – 7 May 2018 Vancouver Art Gallery, 16 June – 16 September 2018 McMichael Canadian Art Collection, 4 October 2018 – 13 January 2019

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Lender: CARLETON UNIVERSITY ART GALLERY

Title: Pond at Big Moose (Outlet of the Pond I)

Date/period: 1926

Accession Number:

Medium: Oil On Canvas

Dimensions: Unframed: 41.6 x 51.5 cm Framed: 54.61 x 64.77 cm

Provenance:

Duncan/ Picture Loan; Mr and Mrs J.P. Barwick, Ottawa, 1946; gift of her estate, 1985

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Artist: David Milne

Complete 1933-1945 provenance is known as indicated above

On temporary display in the UK for: David Milne: Modern Painting

Dulwich Picture Gallery, London, 14 February – 7 May 2018

Dulwich Picture Gallery Gallery Road
Dulwich Village London

SE21 7AD

List of objects proposed for protection under Part 6 of the Tribunals, Courts and Enforcement Act 2007 (protection of cultural objects on loan)

David Milne: Modern Painting

Dulwich Picture Gallery, London, 14 February – 7 May 2018 Vancouver Art Gallery, 16 June – 16 September 2018 McMichael Canadian Art Collection, 4 October 2018 – 13 January 2019

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Lender: HART HOUSE, UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO

Title: Waterlilies and the Sunday Paper (Water Lilies, Temagami)

Date/period: 1929

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Accession Number:

Medium: Oil On Canvas

Dimensions: Unframed: 51.4 x 62 cm

Provenance:

Milne sale to Massy, 1934; gift of Vincent Massey, 1947

Artist: David Milne

Complete 1933-1945 provenance is known as indicated above

On temporary display in the UK for: David Milne: Modern Painting

Dulwich Picture Gallery, London, 14 February – 7 May 2018

Dulwich Picture Gallery Gallery Road
Dulwich Village London

SE21 7AD

List of objects proposed for protection under Part 6 of the Tribunals, Courts and Enforcement Act 2007 (protection of cultural objects on loan)

David Milne: Modern Painting

Dulwich Picture Gallery, London, 14 February – 7 May 2018 Vancouver Art Gallery, 16 June – 16 September 2018 McMichael Canadian Art Collection, 4 October 2018 – 13 January 2019

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Lender: MCMICHAEL CANADIAN ART COLLECTION, KLEINBURG

Title: Summer Colours

Date/period: 1936

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Accession Number: 1993.4.2

Medium: Oil over graphite on canvas

Dimensions: Unframed: 31 x 36.5 cm Framed: 52 x 57.5 x 5 cm

Provenance:

Milne estate; purchased directly from Kathleen Milne, 1993

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Artist: David Milne

Complete 1933-1945 provenance is known as indicated above

On temporary display in the UK for: David Milne: Modern Painting

Dulwich Picture Gallery, London, 14 February – 7 May 2018

Dulwich Picture Gallery Gallery Road
Dulwich Village London

SE21 7AD

List of objects proposed for protection under Part 6 of the Tribunals, Courts and Enforcement Act 2007 (protection of cultural objects on loan)

David Milne: Modern Painting

Dulwich Picture Gallery, London, 14 February – 7 May 2018 Vancouver Art Gallery, 16 June – 16 September 2018 McMichael Canadian Art Collection, 4 October 2018 – 13 January 2019

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Lender: MCMICHAEL CANADIAN ART COLLECTION, KLEINBURG

Title: Side Door, Clarke's House

Date/period: c.1923

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Accession Number: 1976.25.2

Medium: Oil On Canvas

Dimensions: Unframed: 30.5 x 40.7 cm Framed: 54 x 64 x 6 cm

Provenance:

Duncan/ Picture Loan; Ron MacDonald, Woodbridge, ON, 1960; Robert McMichael, Kleinburg, Ontario, 1966; his gift to the gallery, 1976

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Artist: David Milne

Complete 1933-1945 provenance is known as indicated above

On temporary display in the UK for: David Milne: Modern Painting

Dulwich Picture Gallery, London, 14 February – 7 May 2018

Dulwich Picture Gallery Gallery Road
Dulwich Village London

SE21 7AD

List of objects proposed for protection under Part 6 of the Tribunals, Courts and Enforcement Act 2007 (protection of cultural objects on loan)

David Milne: Modern Painting

Dulwich Picture Gallery, London, 14 February – 7 May 2018 Vancouver Art Gallery, 16 June – 16 September 2018 McMichael Canadian Art Collection, 4 October 2018 – 13 January 2019

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Lender: MCMICHAEL CANADIAN ART COLLECTION, KLEINBURG

Title: Back of Clarke's House

Date/period: 1923

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Accession Number: 1966.16.27

Medium: Oil On Canvas

Dimensions: Unframed: 30.8 x 40.8 cm Framed: 54 x 64 x 6 cm

Provenance:

Duncan/Picture Loan; J.J. Vaughan, Toronto, 1953; his estate; R. McMichael, Kleinburg, Onario, c. 1964; Gift of Robert and Signe McMichael, 1966

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Artist: David Milne

Complete 1933-1945 provenance is known as indicated above

On temporary display in the UK for: David Milne: Modern Painting

Dulwich Picture Gallery, London, 14 February – 7 May 2018

Dulwich Picture Gallery Gallery Road
Dulwich Village London

SE21 7AD

List of objects proposed for protection under Part 6 of the Tribunals, Courts and Enforcement Act 2007 (protection of cultural objects on loan)

David Milne: Modern Painting

Dulwich Picture Gallery, London, 14 February – 7 May 2018 Vancouver Art Gallery, 16 June – 16 September 2018 McMichael Canadian Art Collection, 4 October 2018 – 13 January 2019

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Lender: MILNE FAMILY COLLECTION

Title: 42nd Street Library

Date/period: 1913

Accession Number:

Medium: Watercolour on illustration board

Dimensions: Unframed: 42.9 x 36.5 cm

Provenance:

Milne Family Collection (By family descent from the artist.)

Artist: David Milne

Complete 1933-1945 provenance is known as indicated above

On temporary display in the UK for: David Milne: Modern Painting

Dulwich Picture Gallery, London, 14 February – 7 May 2018

Dulwich Picture Gallery Gallery Road
Dulwich Village London

SE21 7AD

List of objects proposed for protection under Part 6 of the Tribunals, Courts and Enforcement Act 2007 (protection of cultural objects on loan)

David Milne: Modern Painting

Dulwich Picture Gallery, London, 14 February – 7 May 2018 Vancouver Art Gallery, 16 June – 16 September 2018 McMichael Canadian Art Collection, 4 October 2018 – 13 January 2019

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Lender: MILNE FAMILY COLLECTION

Title: The Waterfall

Date/period: 1916

Accession Number:

Medium: Watercolour on paper

Dimensions: Unframed: 45.1 x 56.3 cm

Provenance:

Milne Family Collection (By family descent from the artist.)

Artist: David Milne

Complete 1933-1945 provenance is known as indicated above

On temporary display in the UK for: David Milne: Modern Painting

Dulwich Picture Gallery, London, 14 February – 7 May 2018

Dulwich Picture Gallery Gallery Road
Dulwich Village London

SE21 7AD

List of objects proposed for protection under Part 6 of the Tribunals, Courts and Enforcement Act 2007 (protection of cultural objects on loan)

David Milne: Modern Painting

Dulwich Picture Gallery, London, 14 February – 7 May 2018 Vancouver Art Gallery, 16 June – 16 September 2018 McMichael Canadian Art Collection, 4 October 2018 – 13 January 2019

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Lender: MILNE FAMILY COLLECTION

Title: Columbus Monument

Date/period: 1912

Accession Number:

Medium: Oil On Canvas

Dimensions: Unframed: 50.8 x 45.7 cm

Provenance:

Milne Family Collection (By family descent from the artist.)

Artist: David Milne

Complete 1933-1945 provenance is known as indicated above

On temporary display in the UK for: David Milne: Modern Painting

Dulwich Picture Gallery, London, 14 February – 7 May 2018

Dulwich Picture Gallery Gallery Road
Dulwich Village London

SE21 7AD

List of objects proposed for protection under Part 6 of the Tribunals, Courts and Enforcement Act 2007 (protection of cultural objects on loan)

David Milne: Modern Painting

Dulwich Picture Gallery, London, 14 February – 7 May 2018 Vancouver Art Gallery, 16 June – 16 September 2018 McMichael Canadian Art Collection, 4 October 2018 – 13 January 2019

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Lender: MILNE FAMILY COLLECTION

Title: Red

Date/period: 1914

Accession Number:

Medium: Oil On Canvas

Dimensions: Unframed: 50.8 x 55.6 cm

Provenance:

Milne Family Collection (By family descent from the artist.)

Artist: David Milne

Complete 1933-1945 provenance is known as indicated above

On temporary display in the UK for: David Milne: Modern Painting

Dulwich Picture Gallery, London, 14 February – 7 May 2018

Dulwich Picture Gallery Gallery Road
Dulwich Village London

SE21 7AD

List of objects proposed for protection under Part 6 of the Tribunals, Courts and Enforcement Act 2007 (protection of cultural objects on loan)

David Milne: Modern Painting

Dulwich Picture Gallery, London, 14 February – 7 May 2018 Vancouver Art Gallery, 16 June – 16 September 2018 McMichael Canadian Art Collection, 4 October 2018 – 13 January 2019

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Lender: MILNE FAMILY COLLECTION

Title: Gray Billboards

Date/period: c.1912

Accession Number:

Medium: Oil On Canvas

Dimensions: Unframed: 61 x 50.8 cm

Provenance:

Milne Family Collection (By family descent from the artist.)

Artist: David Milne

Complete 1933-1945 provenance is known as indicated above

On temporary display in the UK for: David Milne: Modern Painting

Dulwich Picture Gallery, London, 14 February – 7 May 2018

Dulwich Picture Gallery Gallery Road
Dulwich Village London

SE21 7AD

List of objects proposed for protection under Part 6 of the Tribunals, Courts and Enforcement Act 2007 (protection of cultural objects on loan)

David Milne: Modern Painting

Dulwich Picture Gallery, London, 14 February – 7 May 2018 Vancouver Art Gallery, 16 June – 16 September 2018 McMichael Canadian Art Collection, 4 October 2018 – 13 January 2019

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Lender: PRIVATE COLLECTION
c/o Jennifer Scott, The Sackler Director, Dulwich Picture Gallery, Gallery Road, London, SE21 7AD

Title: Fifth Avenue, Easter Sunday

Date/period: 1912

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Accession Number:

Medium: Watercolour on illustration board

Dimensions: Unframed: 56.6 x 43.2 cm Framed: 73.8 x 61.5 cm

Provenance:

Purchased from the artist by Mr and Mrs Nonnamaker, NY, c. 1913; by descent to Paul Katz, NY; Private Collection, 1982

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Artist: David Milne

Complete 1933-1945 provenance is known as indicated above

On temporary display in the UK for: David Milne: Modern Painting

Dulwich Picture Gallery, London, 14 February – 7 May 2018

Dulwich Picture Gallery Gallery Road
Dulwich Village London

SE21 7AD

List of objects proposed for protection under Part 6 of the Tribunals, Courts and Enforcement Act 2007 (protection of cultural objects on loan)

David Milne: Modern Painting

Dulwich Picture Gallery, London, 14 February – 7 May 2018 Vancouver Art Gallery, 16 June – 16 September 2018 McMichael Canadian Art Collection, 4 October 2018 – 13 January 2019

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Lender: PRIVATE COLLECTION
c/o Jennifer Scott, The Sackler Director, Dulwich Picture Gallery, Gallery Road, London, SE21 7AD

Title: Bright Curtains

Date/period: 1914

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Accession Number:

Medium: Oil On Canvas

Dimensions: Unframed: 45.8 x 40.7 cm Framed: 64.1 x 59.3 cm

Provenance:

Mira Godard Gallery, 1972; Current owner, 1972

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Artist: David Milne

Complete 1933-1945 provenance is not known

On temporary display in the UK for: David Milne: Modern Painting

Dulwich Picture Gallery, London, 14 February – 7 May 2018

Dulwich Picture Gallery Gallery Road
Dulwich Village London

SE21 7AD

List of objects proposed for protection under Part 6 of the Tribunals, Courts and Enforcement Act 2007 (protection of cultural objects on loan)

David Milne: Modern Painting

Dulwich Picture Gallery, London, 14 February – 7 May 2018 Vancouver Art Gallery, 16 June – 16 September 2018 McMichael Canadian Art Collection, 4 October 2018 – 13 January 2019

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Lender: PRIVATE COLLECTION
c/o Jennifer Scott, The Sackler Director, Dulwich Picture Gallery, Gallery Road, London, SE21 7AD

Title: Shadows in the Woods

Date/period: 1921

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Accession Number:

Medium: Watercolour on paper

Dimensions: Unframed: 38.1 x 55.9 cm Framed: 63.5 x 81.2 cm

Provenance:

Mira Godard Gallery; M. Dobrin, Montreal, 1978; Masters Gallery, Calgary, AB, 1979; T. Robinson, Calgary, AB; M. Evamy, Calgary, B; Masters Gallery, Calgary AB; G. Shaw, Calgary AB; Masters Gallery, Calgary AB; F. Riback, Calgary AB; Masters Gallery, Calgary AB, 1992; purchased by owner, 1992.

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Artist: David Milne

Complete 1933-1945 provenance is not known

On temporary display in the UK for: David Milne: Modern Painting

Dulwich Picture Gallery, London, 14 February – 7 May 2018

Dulwich Picture Gallery Gallery Road
Dulwich Village London

SE21 7AD

List of objects proposed for protection under Part 6 of the Tribunals, Courts and Enforcement Act 2007 (protection of cultural objects on loan)

David Milne: Modern Painting

Dulwich Picture Gallery, London, 14 February – 7 May 2018 Vancouver Art Gallery, 16 June – 16 September 2018 McMichael Canadian Art Collection, 4 October 2018 – 13 January 2019

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Lender: THE MENDEL ART GALLERY COLLECTION AT REMAI MODERN

Title: Gray Pool

Date/period: 1929

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Accession Number:

Medium: Oil On Canvas

Dimensions: Unframed: 51 x 61 cm Framed: 76.5 x 85.7 x 6.8 cm

Provenance:

Milne sale to Massey, 1934; Laing Galleries, Toronto, 1958; Fred Mendel, Saskatoon, SK, 1962; gift of the Mendel family, 1965

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Artist: David Milne

Complete 1933-1945 provenance is known as indicated above

On temporary display in the UK for: David Milne: Modern Painting

Dulwich Picture Gallery, London, 14 February – 7 May 2018

Dulwich Picture Gallery Gallery Road
Dulwich Village London

SE21 7AD

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David Milne: Modern Painting

Dulwich Picture Gallery, London, 14 February – 7 May 2018 Vancouver Art Gallery, 16 June – 16 September 2018 McMichael Canadian Art Collection, 4 October 2018 – 13 January 2019

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Lender: TOM THOMSON ART GALLERY

Title: Tent in Temagami

Date/period: 1929

Accession Number: 1970.005.001

Medium: Oil On Canvas

Dimensions: Unframed: 40.2 x 50 cm Framed: 65 x 75 x 5 cm

Provenance:

Milne sale to Massey, 1934; Mellors Galleries, Toronto, 1934; Douglas Duncan, Toronto, 1936; gift of his estate, 1970

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Artist: David Milne

Complete 1933-1945 provenance is known as indicated above

On temporary display in the UK for: David Milne: Modern Painting

Dulwich Picture Gallery, London, 14 February – 7 May 2018

Dulwich Picture Gallery Gallery Road
Dulwich Village London

SE21 7AD

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David Milne: Modern Painting

Dulwich Picture Gallery, London, 14 February – 7 May 2018 Vancouver Art Gallery, 16 June – 16 September 2018 McMichael Canadian Art Collection, 4 October 2018 – 13 January 2019

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Lender: VICTORIA COLLEGE, UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO

Title: Flowers and Easel

Date/period: 1929

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Accession Number:

Medium: Oil On Canvas

Dimensions: Unframed: 51.1 x 61.1 cm Framed: 61.85 x 72.39 cm

Provenance:

Milne sale to Massey, 1934; Mellors Galleries, Toronto; James Duncan, Toronto, 1935; Mellors Galleries, Toronto, 1936; unknown owner(s); Laing Galleries Toronto, by 1950; Douglas Duncan, Toronto, 1950; gift of his estate, 1970

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Artist: David Milne

Complete 1933-1945 provenance is not known

On temporary display in the UK for: David Milne: Modern Painting

Dulwich Picture Gallery, London, 14 February – 7 May 2018

Dulwich Picture Gallery Gallery Road
Dulwich Village London

SE21 7AD

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David Milne: Modern Painting

Dulwich Picture Gallery, London, 14 February – 7 May 2018 Vancouver Art Gallery, 16 June – 16 September 2018 McMichael Canadian Art Collection, 4 October 2018 – 13 January 2019

Lender: COLLECTION OF THE SOBEY ART FOUNDATION

Title: Sunset Beyond the Islands

Date/period: 1936

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Accession Number:

Medium: Oil On Canvas

Dimensions: Unframed: 31 x 36 cm

Provenance:

Wedding gift of the artist to Stockton Kimball, Buffalo, NY, 1936; Morris Gallery, Toronto, 1969; Framing Gallery, Toronto, 1969; Art Emporium Vancouver, 1970; Dr Chan Gunn, Vancouver, by 1972; Christie's, Montreal, 1972; Charles E. McCullock, New Bedford, NS; Manuge Galleries, Halifax, HS, 1982; purchased by Sobey Art Foundation, 1982

Artist: David Milne

Complete 1933-1945 provenance is known as indicated above

On temporary display in the UK for: David Milne: Modern Painting

Dulwich Picture Gallery, London, 14 February – 7 May 2018

Dulwich Picture Gallery Gallery Road
Dulwich Village London

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3. Young Rembrandt

27 February to 1 November 2020
Temporary Exhibition Galleries 58-61, Ashmolean Museum, Oxford, OX1 2PH

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Young Rembrandt

27 February to 1 November 2020
Temporary Exhibition Galleries 58-61, Ashmolean Museum, Oxford, OX1 2PH

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Attributed to Rembrandt van Rijn

Foot Operation

318 x 244 mm (panel)
500 x 437 x 75 mm (frame) Oil on panel
1628

Owner:
Monika Relman
3009 32nd Street N.W. Washington D.C. 20008 USA

Lent by: Kunst Museum Winterthur Museumstrasse 52
8400 Winterthur
SWITZERLAND

Provenance: Sale Marquis de Montesquieu, Paris, 9-12-1788, no. 48; sale James Gray, Paris, 30/31- 3-1868, no. 40; collection Mortion Arkwright, Gloucester; collection W.C Escher, Zurich (from 1930), thence by descent to current owner

Ownership between 1933-1945: collection W.C Escher, Zurich

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Rembrandt van Rijn

Beggar in a High Cap

Acc. No. KdZ 1104
171 x 75 mm (unframed)

Black chalk on paper c. 1628-29

Lent by: Stiftung Preußischer Kulturbesitz bundesunmittelbare Stiftung des öffentlichen Rechts
vertreten durch den Präsidenten

dieser vertreten durch den Generaldirektor der Staatlichen Museen zu Berlin
Herrn Prof. Dr. Michael Eissenhauer Stauffenbergstraße 41, 10785 Berlin

Provenance: Sammlung Hausmann, bought 1875

Ownership between 1933-1945: Kupferrstichkabinett Staatliche Museen zu Berlin

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Rembrandt van Rijn

Oriental leaning on a stick

Acc. No. KdZ 3100
151 x 83 mm (unframed)

Pen and brown ink on paper c. 1628-29

Lent by: Stiftung Preußischer Kulturbesitz bundesunmittelbare Stiftung des öffentlichen Rechts
vertreten durch den Präsidenten

dieser vertreten durch den Generaldirektor der Staatlichen Museen zu Berlin
Herrn Prof. Dr. Michael Eissenhauer Stauffenbergstraße 41, 10785 Berlin

Provenance: Sammlung Julius Guttentag, gift 1885

Ownership between 1933-1945: Kupferrstichkabinett Staatliche Museen zu Berlin

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Rembrandt van Rijn

Samson and Delilah

Acc. No. 812A
635 x 988 mm (unframed) 860 x 1210 x 40 mm (frame) Oil on panel
1615-20

Lent by: Stiftung Preußischer Kulturbesitz bundesunmittelbare Stiftung des öffentlichen Rechts
vertreten durch den Präsidenten

dieser vertreten durch den Generaldirektor der Staatlichen Museen zu Berlin
Herrn Prof. Dr. Michael Eissenhauer Stauffenbergstraße 41, 10785 Berlin

Provenance: In the collection of Frederik Hendrik (Prince of Orange), The Hague/ Honselaarsdijk; 1702-1906 in the Royal Collection of the Prussian Kings; 1906 the painting was given as a present to the Gemäldegalerie by Wilhelm II (1859- 1941).Since 1906 in possession of the Gemäldegalerie (Staatliche Museen zu Berlin).

Ownership between 1933-1945: Staatliche Museen zu Berlin

Rembrandt van Rijn

Simeon’s Song of Praise

Acc. No. 145
609 x 479 mm (unframed)

Young Rembrandt Ashmolean Museum, 27 February to 1 November 2020
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850 x 720 x 60 mm (frame) Oil on panel
1631

Lent by: Mauritshuis, Royal Picture Gallery Plein 29

2511 CS The Hague

Provenance: Probably Stadholder Frederik Hendrik, The Hague, 1632-1647; Adriaan Bout, The Hague, 1696-1733; his sale, The Hague, 1733 (for f430,- to Philip van Dijk); Prince William IV,
Het Loo Palace, Apeldoorn; by descent to Prince William V, The Hague, until 1795

Ownership between 1933-1945: Mauritshuis, Royal Picture Gallery

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Studio of Rembrandt van Rijn

Portrait of Rembrandt (1606-1669) with a Gorget

Acc. No. 148
379 x 289 mm (unframed) 500 x 410 mm (frame)

Oil on panel After c. 1629

Lent by: Mauritshuis, Royal Picture Gallery Plein 29

2511 CS The Hague

Provenance: Govert van Slingelandt, The Hague, in or before 1752; the entire collection sold to William V in 1768; Prince William V, The Hague, 1768-1795

Ownership between 1933-1945: Mauritshuis, Royal Picture Gallery

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Circle of Rembrandt van Rijn

Travellers Resting (Rest on the Flight into Egypt?)

Acc. No. 579
380 x 337 mm (unframed) 630 x 580 mm (frame)

Oil on paper on panel c. 1629-30

Lent by: Mauritshuis, Royal Picture Gallery Plein 29

2511 CS The Hague

Provenance: De la Roque Collection, Paris, 1745; Countess of Morton, Old Hall, Suffolk, 1850; W. Howgate, Leeds; purchased, 1894

Ownership between 1933-1945: Mauritshuis, Royal Picture Gallery

Young Rembrandt Ashmolean Museum, 27 February to 1 November 2020
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Rembrandt van Rijn

Self-portrait/Rembrandt Laughing

Acc. No. 2013.60
222 x 171 mm (unframed) 391 x 340 x 70 mm (framed) Oil on copper

c. 1628

Lent by: J Paul Getty Museum
1200 Getty Center Drive, Suite 1000

Los Angeles, CA 90049-1687

Provenance: 1957-2007, Private Collection (Gloucestershire, England) [sold, Moore, Allen & Innocent, Norcote, Gloucestershire, October 26, 2007, lot 377, as "A follower of Rembrandt, The Young

Rembrandt as Democretes (sic) the laughing philosopher, a portrait study" to Hazlitt,
Gooden & Fox, 2007 - 2013 Hazlitt, Gooden & Fox, Ltd. (London, England), sold to the J. Paul Getty Museum, 2013.

Ownership between 1933-1945: Unknown, Art Loss Register searches undertaken, no known claims found

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Rembrandt van Rijn

Painter (Jan Lievens?) at his Easel

Acc. No. 86.GA.675
205 x 170 mm (unframed) Pen and brown ink on paper

c. 1630

Lent by: J Paul Getty Museum
1200 Getty Center Drive, Suite 1000

Los Angeles, CA 90049-1687

Provenance: Edward Bouverie, Delapré Abbey, near Northampton (sale, Christie's, London, July 20, 1859, lot 124); Lewis Huth Walters; Dr. and Mrs. Francis Springell, Portinscale, Cumberland (sale, Sotheby's, London, June 30, 1986, lot 41)

Ownership between 1933-1945: Dr. and Mrs. Francis Springell, Portinscale, Cumberland

Rembrandt van Rijn and Gerrit Dou

A Young Scholar and his Tutor

Acc. No. 84.PA.570
1029 x 883 mm (unframed) 1308 x 1168 x 114
Oil on canvas

1631

Young Rembrandt Ashmolean Museum, 27 February to 1 November 2020
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Lent by: J Paul Getty Museum
1200 Getty Center Drive, Suite 1000

Los Angeles, CA 90049-1687

Provenance: possibly about 1631 - Elizabeth, Queen of Bohemia, 1596 - 1662, by bequest to William Craven,
1662 Source: Pennant, 1783. William Craven, first earl of Craven, 1608 - 1697 (Combe Abbey, Warwickshire,

England; Ashdown Park, Berkshire, England; Hamstead Marshall, Berkshire, England), by inheritance to William Craven, 1697. 1662 – 1697 William Craven, second baron Craven, 1668 - 1711 (Combe Abbey, Warwickshire,England; Ashdown Park, Berkshire, England; Hamstead Marshall, Berkshire, England),

by inheritance to William Craven, 1711. 1697 - 1711
William Craven, third baron Craven, 1700 - 1739 (Combe Abbey, Warwickshire, England; Ashdown Park, Berkshire, England; Hamstead Marshall, Berkshire, England), by inheritance to Fulwar Craven, 1739.

1711 – 1739 Fulwar Craven, fourth baron Craven, died 1764 (Combe Abbey, Warwickshire, England; Ashdown Park, Berkshire, England; Hamstead Marshall, Berkshire, England), by inheritance to William Craven, 1764. 1739 – 1764 William Craven, fifth baron Craven, 1705 - 1769 (Combe Abbey, Warwickshire,

England; Ashdown Park, Berkshire, England; Hamstead Marshall, Berkshire, England), by inheritance to William Craven, 1769. 1764 – 1769 William Craven, sixth baron Craven, 1738 - 1791 (Combe Abbey, Warwickshire,

England; Ashdown Park, Berkshire, England; Hamstead Marshall, Berkshire, England), by inheritance to William Craven, 1791. 1769 – 1791 William Craven, first earl of Craven, 1770 - 1825 (Combe Abbey, Warwickshire,

England; Ashdown Park, Berkshire, England; Hamstead Marshall, Berkshire, England), by inheritance to William Craven, 1825. 1791 – 1825 William Craven, second earl of Craven, 1809 - 1866 (Combe Abbey, Warwickshire,

England; Ashdown Park, Berkshire, England; Hamstead Marshall, Berkshire, England), by inheritance to George Grimston Craven, 1866. 1825 – 1866 George Grimston Craven, third earl of Craven, 1841 - 1883 (Combe Abbey, Warwickshire, England; Ashdown Park, Berkshire, England; Hamstead Marshall,

Berkshire, England), by inheritance to William George Robert Craven, 1883. 1866 - 1883 William George Robert Craven, fourth earl of Craven, 1868 - 1921 (Combe Abbey, Warwickshire, England; Ashdown Park, Berkshire, England; Hamstead Marshall,

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Berkshire, England), by inheritance to his wife, Cornelia Martin Craven, 1921. 1883 – 1921 Cornelia Martin Craven, countess Craven, 1877 - 1961 (Combe Abbey, Warwickshire, England; Ashdown Park, Berkshire, England; Hamstead Marshall, Berkshire, England),

upon her death, held in trust by the Trustee of Cornelia Martin Craven. 1921 – 1961 Trustee of Cornelia Martin Craven [sold, Craven sale, Sotheby's, London, November 27, 1968, lot 87 (companion to lot 88), to Herman Shickman Gallery.] 1961 – 1968 1968 - about 1968 H. Shickman Gallery (New York, New York), sold to Christian Humann, about 1968. about 1968 - 1982 Christian Humann (New York, New York), by inheritance to Edgar Humann, 1982. 1982 - 1984 Edgar Humann (New York, New York), sold to Herman Shickman Gallery. 1984 H. Shickman Gallery (New York, New York), sold to the J. Paul Getty Museum, 1984.

Ownership between 1933-1945: held in trust by the Trustee of Cornelia Martin Craven.

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Rembrandt van Rijn

Man in Oriental Costume (‘The Noble Slav’)

Acc. No. 20.155.2
1527 x 1111 mm (unframed) 1854 x 1562 x 76 mm (framed) Oil on canvas

1632

Lent by: The Metropolitan Museum of Art 1000 Fifth Avenue

NY 10028-0198, USA

Provenance: Bequest of William K Vanderbilt, 1920

Ownership between 1933-1945: The Metropolitan Museum of Art

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Rembrandt van Rijn

Recto: The Raising of the Cross; Verso: Study of Scholars
Acc. No. R 89
193 x 148 mm (unframed)

Black chalk on paper c. 1629

Lent by: Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen Museumpark 18

3015 CX Rotterdam

Provenance: Chambers Hall (1786-1855, L.551); John Charles Robinson (1824-1913, L.1433),

Young Rembrandt Ashmolean Museum, 27 February to 1 November 2020
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London; his sale, London (Christie) 12-14.05.1902, lot 367;- ; Jhr. Teixeira de Mattos; F. Güterbock; Franz W. Koenigs (1881-1941, L.1023a), Haarlem, acquired in 1927; D.G. van Beuningen (1877- 1955), Rotterdam, acquired with the Koenigs Collection in 1940 and donated to the Foundation Museum Boymans

Ownership between 1933-1945: Koenigs, Beuningen, Foundation Museums Boymans

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Rembrandt van Rijn

Recto: Five Studies of Heads; Verso: Landscape with Two Cottages
Acc. No. R 25
33 x 82 mm (unframed)

Silverpoint on prepared vellum 1633

Lent by: Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen Museumpark 18

3015 CX Rotterdam

Provenance: Sir William W. Knighton, baronet; John Postle Heseltine (1843-1929, L.1507), London; possibly art dealer P. & D. Colnaghi & Obach, London (1912); Art dealer Julius W. Böhler, Luzern [FK corr. A-063, nr. 2]; Franz W. Koenigs (1881-1941, L.1023a), Haarlem, acquired in 1923; D.G. van Beuningen (1877-1955), Rotterdam, acquired with the Koenigs Collection in 1940 and donated to the Foundation Museum Boymans

Ownership between 1933-1945: Koenigs, Beuningen, Foundation Museums Boymans

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Rembrandt van Rijn

Christ Driving the Moneylenders from the Temple

Acc. No. 1900
431 x 320 mm (unframed) Oil on panel

1626

Lent by: The Pushkin State Museum of Fine Arts 12, Volkhonka St.

119019 Moscow Russia

Provenance: end 19th century, collection of Henri Brocard, Moscow; 1900 P.K. Giraud, Moscow; 1918 State Museum Fund, Moscow, 1924 State Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts, Moscow.

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Ownership between 1933-1945: State Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts, Moscow

Artistic frame

Acc. No 1570
State Catalogue no. 10713051
680 x 570 x 90 mm
Wood, ground, black varnish and brass leaf 19
th century

Lent by: The Pushkin State Museum of Fine Arts 12, Volkhonka St.

119019 Moscow Russia

Provenance: end 19th century, collection of Henri Brocard, Moscow; 1900 P.K. Giraud, Moscow; 1918 State Museum Fund, Moscow, 1924 State Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts, Moscow.

Ownership between 1933-1945: State Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts, Moscow

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Rembrandt van Rijn

Portrait of an Old Man

Acc. No. 1930.191
669 x 507 mm (unframed) 983 x 825 mm (framed) Oil on oak panel

1632

Lent by: Harvard Art Museums 32 Quincey Street

Cambridge MA 02138 USA

Provenance: Ducal Collection, Oldenburg (1823- 1918). Gustav Pauli, Bremen and Hamburg, 1919. [Unidentified dealer, by 1923]. [1] [Paul Bottenwieser, Berlin and Frankfurt, 1925] sold; to private collector. [Ehrich Galleries, New York, by 1928], sold; to Nettie Naumburg, New York, 1928, gift; to Fogg Art Museum, 1930 (Harvard Art Museums)

Ownership between 1933-1945: Harvard Art Museums

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4. The Fitzwilliam Museum's Due Diligence procedures statement

 

Exhibitions

Lists of objects proposed for protection under Part 6 of the Tribunals, Courts and Enforcement Act 2007 (protection of cultural objects on loan) for the exhibitions:

'Degas: A Passion for Perfection'
The Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge, UK - 3 October 2017 - 14 January 2018
List of loans for 'Degas: A Passion for Perfection' proposed for immunity from seizure

'Madonnas and Miracles: The Holy Home in Renaissance Italy'
The Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge, UK - 7 March 2017 - 4 June 2017 
List of loans for 'Madonnas and Miracles' proposed for immunity from seizure

'COLOUR: The Art and Science of Illuminated Manuscripts' 
The Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge, UK - 30th July 2016 – 30th December 2016 
List of loans to 'COLOUR' exhibition proposed for Immunity from Seizure

'Death on the Nile: uncovering the afterlife of Ancient Egypt' 
The Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge, UK - 23rd February 2016 – 22nd May 2016 
List of loans to 'Death on the Nile' exhibition proposed for Immunity from Seizure

'Silent Partners: Artist and mannequin from function to fetish'
The Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge, UK - 14 October 2014 – 25 January 2015 
List of loans to 'Silent Partners' proposed for immunity from seizure

'Vermeer's Women: Secrets and Silence'
The Fitzwilliam Museum 5 October 2011 - 15 January 2012
List of loans to 'Vermeer's Women: Secrets and Silence' proposed for immunity from seizure

'Endless Forms: Charles Darwin, Natural Science and the Visual Arts'
The Fitzwilliam Museum 16 June - 4 October 2009
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'From the Land of the Golden Fleece: Tomb Treasures of Ancient Georgia'
2 October 2008 - Sun 4 January 2009
List of loans for 'From the Land of the Golden Fleece' proposed for immunity from seizure

 

Enquiries

For further enquiries please contact:

David Packer
Registrar, Fitzwilliam Museum
Tel: +44 (0)1223 332900


DEGAS: A PASSION FOR PERFECTION THE FITZWILLIAM MUSEUM, CAMBRIDGE 3 OCTOBER 2017 TO 14 JANUARY 2018

Protection under the Act is sought for the objects listed:

Object type: Painting

Title:
Alexander and Bucephalus

Date of creation: c. 1861-62

Place of creation: France, probably Paris

Artist/Designer (Name and Nationality):
Edgar Degas (Hilaire-Germain-Edgar De Gas), France (1834-1917)

Dimensions (H x W x D):
115 x 89 cm
139.7 x 107.95 x 12.7 cm framed

Material/Medium: Oil on canvas

Brief physical description (including identifying marks and inscriptions): Oil painting on canvas, inscribed lower right ‘Degas’.

Lender:
National Gallery of Art, Washington DC

Provenance:

(Degas atelier sale number 1, 6-8 May 1918, Galerie Georges Petit, Paris, no. 5, as Achille et le Bucéphale). Dr. Hans Graber [d. 1956], Morcote, by 1951.[1] (Walter Hugelshofer, Zurich); (M. Knoedler and Co., New York) on joint account with [Pinakos, Inc., [Rudolf Heinemann], New York] from October 1956; [2] Lore Heinemann [Mrs. Rudolf J. Heinemann], New York; bequest 1997 to NGA.

[1] Lent to a 1951 exhibition in Bern from a private collection in Morcote; In Pastels by Edgar Degas, Douglas Cooper, New York, 1953, that collection is identified as Hans Graber.
[2] Knoedler stock book no. 10, p. 187, no. A6501, Getty Research Institute (copy NGA curatorial files). Knoedler's half was likely sold back to Pinakos, as the painting is next in the collection of Heinemann's widow Lore, who donated it to the National Gallery of Art.

Literature:

1959 Apollo (December 1959): cover repro.
1984 Lemoisne, Paul-André. Degas et son oeuvre. 5 vols. New York and London, 1984:II:no. 91.

1998 Degas at the Races. Exh. cat. National Gallery of Art, Washington, 1998: no. 6.

Ownership between 1933-45:
Private collection, Morcote, Switzerland

Is the object registered on Art Loss Register? N/A

Lender’s accession no. 1997.57.1

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MADONNAS AND MIRACLES: THE HOLY HOME IN RENAISSANCE ITALY

               THE FITZWILLIAM MUSEUM, CAMBRIDGE
                    7 MARCH TO 4 JUNE 2017
Protection under the Act is sought for the objects listed:
Object type:
Amulet
Title:
Amulet
Date of creation:
C16th
Place of creation:
Italy
Artist/Designer (Name and Nationality):
Unknown
Dimensions (H x W x D):
H 66 x L 56 mm
Material/Medium:
Bronze, cast and gilt (ormolu)

Brief physical description (including identifying marks and inscriptions):

Amulet with Hebrew blessing (“May no evil grieve you”), surmounted by dolphins

Lender:
Jerusalem, The Israel Museum

Provenance:
The Israel Museum, Jerusalem. The Stieglitz Collection was donated to the Museum in 1986 with the contribution of Erica and Ludwig Jesselson, New York, to American Friends of the Israel Museum.

Exhibitions:
“The Stieglitz Collection: Masterpieces of Jewish Art”, The Israel Museum, Jerusalem, 1987

Literature:
Chaya Benjamin, 
The Stieglitz Collection: Masterpieces of Jewish Art, Jerusalem, 1987, cat. No. 263

Ownership between 1933-45: Joseph Stieglitz

Is the object registered on Art Loss Register?
No

Lender’s accession no. B86.0255

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Object type:
Book cover
Title:
Decorative book cover
Date of creation:
C15th
Place of creation:
Italy
Artist/Designer (Name and Nationality):
Unknown
Dimensions (H x W x D):
H 137 x W 85 mm
Material/Medium:
Silver, filigree and niello

Brief physical description (including identifying marks and inscriptions):

Highly decorated silver prayer book cover, with suspension chain and loop, a gift for a woman

Lender:
Jerusalem, The Israel Museum

Provenance:
The Israel Museum, Jerusalem. Purchase after 1987, the Charles and Lynn Schustermann Family Foundation, New York.

Exhibitions:

Literature:

Ownership between 1933-45: Unknown

Is the object registered on Art Loss Register?
No

Lender’s accession no. B55.12.0950

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Object type:
Ring
Title:
Wedding ring
Date of creation:
C15th
Place of creation:
Italy
Artist/Designer (Name and Nationality):
Unknown
Dimensions (H x W x D):
H 50 x W 22 mm
Material/Medium:
Bronze (laten), cast and gilt (ormulu)

Brief physical description (including identifying marks and inscriptions):

Wedding ring, surmounted with a symbolic structure in the form of a house. Inscribed in square Hebrew letters “sameh” “tet”.

Lender:
Jerusalem, The Israel Museum

Provenance:
The Israel Museum, Jerusalem. The Stieglitz Collection was donated to the Museum in 1986 with the contribution of Erica and Ludwig Jesselson, New York, to American Friends of the Israel Museum.

Exhibitions:
“The Stieglitz Collection: Masterpieces of Jewish Art”, The Israel Museum, Jerusalem, 1987

Literature:
Chaya Benjamin, 
The Stieglitz Collection: Masterpieces of Jewish Art, Jerusalem, 1987, cat. No. 220

Ownership between 1933-45: Joseph Stieglitz

Is the object registered on Art Loss Register?
No

Lender’s accession no. B86.0264

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Object type:
Lamp
Title:
Hanukkah lamp
Date of creation:
C16th
Place of creation:
Italy
Artist/Designer (Name and Nationality):
Unknown
Dimensions (H x W x D):
H 183 x W 166 mm
Material/Medium:
Brass, cast and gilt

Brief physical description (including identifying marks and inscriptions):

Hanukkah lamp depicting two cupids supporting a winged being above, the eight candle holders in a row beneath.

Lender:
Jerusalem, The Israel Museum

Provenance:
The Israel Museum, Jerusalem. Bequest of Anna Ticho, 1980

Exhibitions:

Literature:

Ownership between 1933-45: Anna Ticho, Jerusalem

Is the object registered on Art Loss Register?
No

Lender’s accession no. B83.0881

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Object type:
Mortar
Title:
Mortar
Date of creation:
C16th
Place of creation:
Verona, Italy

Artist/Designer (Name and Nationality): Possibly Servius de Levis (1570-1605)

Dimensions (H x W x D):
H 140 x Diam 155 mm
Material/Medium:
Bronze, cast, natural brown patina

Brief physical description (including identifying marks and inscriptions):

Mortar decorated with seven-branched candelabrum and Hebrew letters “Mem” and “Resh” crowned with dots flanking the menorah: probably the initials of the “Physicians Craft”. Signed SERVIUS DE LEVIS VERONAE F.

Lender:
Jerusalem, The Israel Museum

Provenance:
The Israel Museum, Jerusalem. The Stieglitz Collection was donated to the Museum in 1986 with the contribution of Erica and Ludwig Jesselson, New York, to American Friends of the Israel Museum.

Exhibitions:
“The Stieglitz Collection: Masterpieces of Jewish Art”, The Israel Museum, Jerusalem, 1987

Literature:
Chaya Benjamin, 
The Stieglitz Collection: Masterpieces of Jewish Art, Jerusalem, 1987, cat. No. 279

Ownership between 1933-45: Joseph Stieglitz

Is the object registered on Art Loss Register?  No

Lender’s accession no. B86.0233

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    COLOUR: THE ART AND SCIENCE OF ILLUMINATED MANUSCRIPTS
               THE FITZWILLIAM MUSEUM, CAMBRIDGE
                  30 JULY TO 30 DECEMBER 2016
Protection under the Act is sought for the objects listed:
Object type:
Bound manuscript

Title:

Models for colour mixtures and modelling
Recipe Collection and Model Leaves

Date of creation: c.1470-1490

Place of creation:
Eastern Netherlands
Artist/Designer (Name and Nationality):
Unknown
Dimensions (H x W x D):
See below
Material/Medium:
Parchment, ink, pigment

Brief physical description (including identifying marks and inscriptions):

Paper (first quire: PiccP 107592, second quire, text: comparable to PiccP 111881 and 111882, second quire, model leaf: no watermark), i nineteenth-century paper flyleaf + 16 fols. + i nineteenth-century paper flyleaf , first quire c.147 x 109 mm (c. 93 x 69 mm), second quire 147 x 107 mm (c. 103 x 63 mm), varying number of long lines, text frame ruled in ink, only vertical lines in the second quire. Latin and Dutch (North Eastern Netherlands), with additions in early modern High German. Script is Gothic bookhand (first quire hybrida formata, second quire cursive. Binding early twentieth century, reused limp parchment.

Lender:
Cologne, Historisches Archiv

Provenance:
Ferdinand Franz Wallraf (1748-1824); his bequest to the city of Cologne, 1824.

Literature: Menne 1937, 389-90, no. 201; Leloux 1977; Wallert 1991; Clarke 2001a, 67; Oltrogge and Fuchs 2011, 222-26; Oltrogge 2013, 66-67

Ownership between 1933-45: Cologne, Historisches Archiv

Is the object registered on Art Loss Register? N/A
Lender’s accession no.
Best. 7010-293

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Object type:
Bound manuscript

Title:

Instructions for the painting of acanthus leaves and backgrounds

of initials

Göttingen Model Book

Date of creation: c.1440-1460

Place of creation:
Mainz, Germany
Artist/Designer (Name and Nationality):
Unknown
Dimensions (H x W x D):
155 x 105 mm
Material/Medium:
Parchment, ink, pigment

Brief physical description (including identifying marks and inscriptions):

One of two known copies of an exercise book for illuminators. 11 fols., 155 x 105 mm, 30-34 long lines, within a frame ruled in faint metal point. In early modern German, Gothic bookhand script (cursive). Binding is nineteenth century, blue paper limp binding

Lender:
Göttingen, Niedersächsische Staats- und Universitätsbibliothek

Provenance:
Johann Friedrich Armand von Uffenbach (1687-1769), Frankfurt; his bequest to the University of Göttingen, 1770

Exhibitions: Hamburg 2002, no. 18.
Literature: Meyer 1894, 298-99; Lehmann-Haupt 1966, 21-23; Lehmann-Haupt 1972; König 1979, 95-98; Roosen-Runge 1981; Roosen-Runge and Roosen-Runge 1981, 281-85; Wieck 1981; Roosen- Runge 1983; König 1983, 89; Höhle 1984; Roosen-Runge 1984, 73- 74; Oltrogge, Michon and Fuchs 1989; Fuchs and Oltrogge 1990; Fuchs and Oltrogge 1991; Alexander 1992a, 126; Scheller 1995, 87; Clarke 2001a, 77; Saurma-Jeltsch 2001, 115-17, 172-77; König 2006, 110-13; Oltrogge 2013, 65-66

Ownership between 1933-45:

Göttingen, Niedersächsische Staats- und Universitätsbibliothek

Is the object registered on Art Loss Register?
N/A

Lender’s accession no.
8° Cod. MS Uffenb. 51 Cim

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Object type:
Bound manuscript

Title:

De Diversis Coloribus

The Recipe Collection of Johannes Alcherius (Manuscript of Jean Lebègue)

Date of creation:
1431
Place of creation:
France, probably Paris

Artist/Designer (Name and Nationality): Johannes Alcherius, Milan (fl. 1382-1407)

Dimensions (H x W x D):
215 x 145 mm
Material/Medium:
Parchment, ink, pigment, gold leaf

Brief physical description (including identifying marks and inscriptions):
Paper, i flyleaf + 101fols. + v flyleaves, 215 x 145 mm (100 x 95-100 mm), 27-33 long lines, ruled in black ink, quire marks, catchwords, 2 blank leaves excised after fols. 104 and 105. Latin and French, in Gothic bookhand (cursive) script. Binding is late eighteenth or early nineteenth century, blue leather over pasteboards.

Lender:
Paris, Bibliothèque nationale de France

Provenance:
Louis Martel, Rouen (his inscription 
Lud[ovicus] Martellus Rothomagensis 1587 with his anagram Illustra Deus oculum on fol. 1); sold to Jean Bigot (d. 1645), seigneur of Sommesnil, Normandy (his bookplate; Delisle 1877, xxxiii); by descent to Louis Émeric Bigot (d. 1689), Rouen; by descent to Robert Bigot (d. 1692); sold at his sale in Paris, 1706 to Bibliothèque du Roi; at the Bibliothèque Imperiale, Paris (now BnF) by 1744. Literature: Merrifield 1967, I, 1-321; Delisle 1877, 79-80; Stein 1914; Loumyer 1914, 54-9, 158-60, 168-70; Hallaire 1954; Porcher 1960; Porcher 1962; Samaran and Marichal 1962; Tosatti Soldano 1983a; Tosatti Soldano 1983b; Tosatti Soldano 1991; Byrne 1986; Clarke 2001a, 101, no. 2790; Turner 1998; Guineau

et al. 1998; Rouse and Rouse 2000, II, Appendix 11A, 211-16; Tosatti 2002, 59-67; Ouy 2006; Hedeman 2006a; Hedeman 2006b.

Ownership between 1933-45:
Paris, Bibliothèque nationale de France

Is the object registered on Art Loss Register?
N/A

Lender’s accession no. MS latin 6741

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Object type:
Bound manuscript
Title:
Book of Hours, Use of Rome

Date of creation: c.1493

Place of creation:
France, Lorraine, Nancy

Artist/Designer (Name and Nationality): Scribe: François Elzine
Artist: Georges Trubert (doc. 1467-1499)

Dimensions (H x W x D):
159 x 108 mm
Material/Medium:
Parchment, ink, pigment, gold leaf

Brief physical description (including identifying marks and inscriptions):

Parchment,105 fols., 159 x 108 mm (94-100 x 60-64 mm), 21 long lines ruled in red ink. Latin, in Gothic bookhand (textualis) script. Binding is nineteenth century, blue velvet over wooden boards, metal clasps and corner pieces.

Lender:
Paris, Bibliothèque nationale de France

Provenance:
Made for Jean de Chasteauneuf 
c.1493; John Boykett Jarman (d. 1864); his sale, Sotheby’s, London, 13-14 June 1864, lot 33; Sotheby’s, London, 16 July 1928, lot 269; acquired by the Bibliothèque nationale de France in 1990.

Exhibitions: Paris 1993, no. 217.
Literature: Backhouse 1968, 92 n. 11; Reynaud 1977, 41, 49, 62 n. 6, figs. 31, 47; Panayotova 2007a, 251-55, figs. 9, 11.

Ownership between 1933-45: Private collection, UK

Is the object registered on Art Loss Register?
N/A

Lender’s accession no. MS nouv. acq. lat. 3210

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Object type:
Pontifical
Title:
Ordination of priests

Date of creation: 1303-1316

Place of creation:
Metz or Verdun, France
Artist/Designer (Name and Nationality):
Master of the Cambridge Pontifical of Renaud de Bar and others
Dimensions (H x W x D):
340 x 232 mm
Material/Medium:
Parchment, ink, pigment, gold leaf

Brief physical description (including identifying marks and inscriptions):

Parchment, ii parchment flyleaves + 131 fols. + i parchment flyleaf, 340 x 232 mm (219 x 142 mm), 14 long lines, ruled in plummet, catchwords, square notation on four-line staves ruled in red ink. Latin. Script is Gothic bookhand (textualis). Binding is sixteenth century, brown calf over wooden boards, sewn on five supports, gold-stamped corner pieces, central panel and arms within a medallion inscribed CAROLUS A LOTHARINGIA EPISCOPUS METENSIS on both covers

Lender:
Prague, National Library of the Czech Republic

Provenance:
Renaut de Bar, bishop of Metz (1303-1316); still at Metz Cathedral in 1567 when it was entered as no. 3 in the inventory of 20 November 1567 (Pelt 1930, 312); Charles (1567-1607), Cardinal of Lorraine and Bishop of Metz (1578-1607), his arms on both covers and seventeenth-century inscription inside upper cover; Franti
ek Josef Sternberg-Manderscheid (1763-1830); purchased after his death, with most of his library, by August Longin of Lobkowicz (1797-1842), MS 235 in the Library at Lobkowicz Palace, Prague; sold with the Lobkowicz Palace Library to the Czechoslovakian State in 1928 and relocated to the National Library.

Exhibitions: Prague 1891, 153, ch. 17; Prague 1926 (listed); Olomouc 2006, no. 19
Literature: Kv
t 1931, 224-25, 229, figs. 79-81, pl. XXXI; Urbánková 1957, 25-6, 82, no. 115, pl. 46; de Winter 1980, passim; Davenport 1984, 74, 530-63; de Hamel 2006b, 209-211; Stones 2013, I, 72, 86, 124, II, 84, 284, 335, 489; Stones 2014, I, Cat. IV-9, ills. 46-50, 52-68, pls. 8-14 (with additional literature).

Ownership between 1933-45:
Prague, National Library of the Czech Republic

Is the object registered on Art Loss Register?
N/A

Lender’s accession no. MS XXIII.C.120

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DEATH ON THE NILE: UNCOVERING THE AFTERLIFE OF ANCIENT EGYPT THE FITZWILLIAM MUSEUM, CAMBRIDGE
23 FEBRUARY TO 22 MAY 2016

Protection under the Act is sought for the objects listed:

Object type: Coffin

Title:
Painted mummiform coffin and lid

Date of creation:
Reign of Hatshepsut : Thutmose III, c.1479-1425 BC

Place of creation: Egypt

Artist/Designer (Name and Nationality): Unknown

Dimensions (H x W x D): 62 x 184 x 46 cm

Material/Medium:
Wood, polychrome paint (white, yellow, black, red, blue and green)

Brief physical description (including identifying marks and inscriptions):
Full length mummiform coffin and lid for a female, ‘Madja’. Wood, carved face and wig, painted overall in white, with painted in black and face in yellow. The figure is depicted wearing a collar in yellow, black and red paint. Four bands are painted in yellow across the coffin, bearing hieroglyphs in black, a central vertical band in yellow also with inscriptions in black.

On the lid, four temple and couchant dog figures (Anubis); at the head a depiction of Isis, at the foot Nephthys.
On the right side of the coffin: Horus eye over a temple; two groups mourners; transport of the sarcophagus.

On the left side of the coffin: Horus eye over a temple; Osiris with sceptres; two seated figures in white garments, one holding a lotus; scene of offerings, two male figures, one with a yoke and one carrying a vase.

Lender:
Musée du Louvre
Département des Antiquités égyptiennes Pavillon Mollien
75058 Paris cedex 01
France

Provenance:
Excavated at Deir el-Medineh (Thebes West), East cemetery, tomb no. 1370, donated to the Louvre after excavation, 1935

Ownership between 1933-45: Musée du Louvre from 1935

Is the object registered on Art Loss Register? N/A

Lender’s accession no. E 14543

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List of objects proposed for protection under Part 6 of the Tribunals, Courts and Enforcement Act 2007 (protection of cultural objects on loan) for the exhibition:

Vermeer's Women: Secrets and Silence to be shown at:

The Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge, UK

5 October 2011 to 15 January 2012

The Fitzwilliam Museum Trumpington Street Cambridge
CB2 1RB

UK

tel. +44 (0)1223 332900
fax. +44 (0)1223 332923 
fitzmuseum-enquiries@lists.cam.ac.uk

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VERMEER’S WOMEN: SECRETS AND SILENCE
Mellon Gallery, The Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge: 5 October 2011 – 15 January 2012

IMMUNITY FROM SEIZURE LIST

Lender:

Collection Frits Lugt Fondation Custodia 121 Rue de Lille F-57007 PARIS France

(Contact: Mariska de Jonge coll.lugt@fondationcustodia.fr)

Jacobus Vrel (active 1654-1662)
Woman at a Window, waving to a Girl
c.1650
Oil on panel
47.5 x 39.2 cm
Framed dimensions: 66.2 x 57.6 x 6.1 cms
(Inventory No. 174)
Maker nationality/dates: The Netherlands, active 1650-1670
Place of production: The Netherlands
Method/circumstance in which object acquired by lender: Acquired

from the Binder Collection
Date object acquired by lender: 2
nd March 1918
Provenance: Moritz Julius Binder (1877-in or after 1933), Berlin,

1915, seen there by Lugt in 1917, Frits Lugt, Maartensdijk and Paris, acquired on 2nd March 1918 together with three other paintings from the Binder Collection, on loan to the Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen, Rotterdam (recorded in 1931-1932, 1935 and 1948), inv no 174.

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This work has a complete history of ownership from the beginning of the year 1933 to the end of the year 1945.

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Lender:

Museum Het Prinsenhof Delft Erfgoed Delft en omstreken Gemeente Musea Delft
Sint Agathaplein 1 NL-26111-1R DELFT

The Netherlands
(Contact: Nico Schaap, Registrar nischaap@Delft.nl

Cornelis de Man (1621-1706) Interior with Woman Sweeping Oil on canvas
65 x 58 cms

Framed dimensions: 85 x 79 x 6 cms
(Inventory No. PDS 273)
Maker nationality/dates: Dutch, 1621-1706
Place of production: Delft
Method/circumstance in which object acquired by lender: Exchange Date object acquired by lender: July 1999

Provenance: Gallery Julius Bohlerc, 1910 – Gallery A.S.Drey, 1925

Auction, anonymous, Galerie Fiévez, Brussel, 8 mei 1929, lot 77; Edmont Meert, St Niklaas, Belgium; Auction, anonymous, London, Christie's, 3rd December 1997, lot 35, sold for £44,400; K. Kahn, Zurich.

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This work has a complete history of ownership from the beginning of the year 1933 to the end of the year 1945.

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Lender:

Gemäldegalerie Alte Meister Staatliche Kunstsammlungen Dresden Zwinger
Theaterplatz 1
D-01067 DRESDEN Germany

Gerard ter Borch (1617-1681) Woman washing her hands ca 1655
Oil on panel

Framed dimensions:
(Inventory No. 1830)
Maker nationality/dates: Zwolle 1617 – 1681 Deventer Method/circumstance in which object acquired by lender:

through Wackerbarth
Date object acquired by lender: before 1723

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This work has a complete history of ownership from the beginning of the year 1933 to the end of the year 1945.

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Lender:

Musée du Louvre Pavillon Mollien
75058 PARIS Cedex 01 France

Johannes Vermeer (1632-1675|) La Dentellière(The Lacemaker) c.1669-70
Oil on canvas

23.9 x 20.5 cm
Dimensions avec cadre (m) 0,675 x 0,620
(Inventory No. MI 1448)
Method/circumstance in which object acquired by lender:

Bought by the Louvre in 1870.

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This work has a complete history of ownership from the beginning of the year 1933 to the end of the year 1945.

Samuel van Hoogstraten (1627-1678) Les Pantoufles
c.1654-62
Oil on canvas

103 x 71 cm
Dimensions avec cadre (m): 1,265 x 0,945
(Inventory No. RF 3722)
Method/circumstance in which object acquired by lender:

Given to the Louvre in 1932

This work has a complete history of ownership from the beginning of the year 1933 to the end of the year 1945.

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Lender:

Mauritshuis
Korte Vijverberg 8
2513 AB DEN HAAG
The Netherlands
(Contact: Andre Jordaan jordaan.a@mauritshuis.nl)

Gerard ter Borch (1617-1681) Woman sewing near a Cradle c.1655-1656
oil on canvas

46.5 x 38 cm
Framed dimensions 84.5 x 55.5 x 10.5 cms
(Inventory No. 1133)
Maker nationality/dates: Dutch, 1617-1681 Method/circumstance in which object acquired by lender:

Bequest of Mr J. Nienhuys
Date object acquired by lender: 2004
Provenance: Bequest of Mr J. Nienhuys. Presumably Jacob Dissius

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(1653-1695), Delft (auction Amsterdam, 16 May 1696, nr. 17, for 56 Guilders; see Hoet/Terwesten 1752-1770, part 1, p. 35); presumably Johan Steyn, Haarlem (auction Haarlem, 28 April 1711, nr.9, for 50 Guilders; see Hoet/Terwesten 1752-1770, part 1, p. 141); Joan Hendrik van Heemskerk, The Hague; his widow, Dowager Van Heemskerk, The Hague (auction The Hague, Rietmulder, 29 March 1770, nr. 15, for 854 Guilders to Fouquet); art shop Pieter Fouquet (1729-1800), Amsterdam 1770; Pieter de Smeth (1753-

1809), Lord Van Alphen en Rietveld, Doelenstraat 6, Amsterdam (auction Amsterdam, Van der Schley and De Vries, 1 August 1810, nr. 101, for 510 Guilders to Theodorus Spaan for Croese); Hendrik Croese Eduz (1762-1838), Amsterdam (auction Amsterdam, Van der Schley and De Vries, 18 September 1811, nr. 88, bought in for 400 Guilders via ‘Van der Voort’; see Priem 1997, p. 153 and note 128; taken into Amsterdam auction again, Waterham, 20 July 1812, nr.59, for 405 Guilders to Theodurus Spaan); Casimir Pierre Périer (1777-1832), Paris (auction London, Christie’s, 5 May 1848, nr. 16, bought in for £ 325.10 via ‘Watson’; see Graves 1918-1921, vol.3, p. 204); Countess de Ségur, née Périer (daughter of Casimir Périer), Paris; Galerie Guiraud & Fils, Paris, 1924; for 300,000 Francs sold to Frits Lugt, Maartensdijk, 18 June 1925; sold by Lugt to J.W. Nienhuys, Aerdenhout, 1925; A.M. Nienhuys-Versteegh, Aerdenhout, 1966; by descent to Mr J. Nienhuys, Aerdenhout, 1966; bequest by Mr J. Nienhuys, 2004.

This work has a complete history of ownership from the beginning of the year 1933 to the end of the year 1945.

Jacob Ochtervelt (1634-1682) A fishmonger at the door c.1667-1668
oil on canvas

55.5 x 44 cm
Framed dimensions: 69 x 58 x 8.5 cms
(Inventory No. 195)
Maker nationality: Dutch
Method/circumstance in which object acquired by lender: Purchase Date object acquired by lender: 1826

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Provenance: S. Stinstra sale, Amsterdam, 26 March 1783, lot 191; G. van der Pals, Rotterdam, 1824; Van Roothaan Collection, Amsterdam; purchased, 1826.

This work has a complete history of ownership from the beginning of the year 1933 to the end of the year 1945.

Lender: The Metropolitan Museum of Art 1000 Fifth Avenue

NEW YORK
New York 10028
USA
(Contact: Caitlin.Corrigan@metmuseum.org)

12. Gerard ter Borch (1617-1681)
A Young Woman at Her Toilet with a Maid

Ca. 1650-51
Oil on wood
Framed Dimensions: 62.2 x 49.8 x 5.1 cms
(Inventory No. 17.190.10)
Maker nationality/dates: Zwolle 1617 – 1681 Deventer Method/circumstance in which object acquired by lender:

Gift of J. Pierpont Morgan
Date object acquired by lender: 1917 (17.190.10)

Provenance: Gift of J. Pierpont Morgan

This work has a complete history of ownership from the beginning of the year 1933 to the end of the year 1945.

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13. Eglon van der Neer (1635/36-1703) The Reader

Oil on canvas
Inscribed (lower right): GTB [monogram]
Framed dimensions: 61 x 50.8 x 8.3 cm
(Inventory No. 32.100.9)`
Maker nationality/dates: Dutch, Amsterdam 1635/36 – 1703

Dusseldorf
Method/circumstance in which object acquired by lender:

Bequest of Michael Friedsam
Date object acquired by lender: 1931 (32.100.9) Provenance: Bequest of Michael Friedsam

This work has a complete history of ownership from the beginning of the year 1933 to the end of the year 1945.

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Lender:

Sinebrychoffin Taidemuseu Bulevardi 40
FIN-00120 HELSINKI Finland

(Contact: Minerva Keltanen Minerva.Keltanen@fng.fi)

Gerard ter Borch (1617-1681)
Woman Drinking Wine and holding a Letter c.1665
Oil on canvas, transferred from panel
38 x 34 cms
Framed dimensions: 72 x 67.5 cm
(Inventory No. A.II 1531)
Method/circumstance in which object acquired by lender:

Purchased from Vladimir Tokerjeff with Hjalmar Linder funds

Date object acquired by lender: 1922

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Provenance: De Damey, Paris; Duc de Choiseul sale, Paris 6 10.4.1772, no 28 (with pendant); Prince de Conti sale , Paris, 21.3.1777 no 296 (with pendant); Destouches sale, Paris, 21.3.1794 no 41 (with pendant); Alexander Koucheleff-Besborodko, St. Petersburg; sale Koucheleff- Besborodko, Paris, 5.6.1869, no 35; Vladimir Tokarjeff, St. Petersburg.

This work has a complete history of ownership from the beginning of the year 1933 to the end of the year 1945.

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Lender:

Kunsthistorisches Museum Burgring 5
A-1010 VIENNA
Austria

(Contact: Petra Fischer, Registrar petra.fischer@khm.at

Pieter de Hooch
Woman and Child with Serving Maid c.1663-65 Oil on canvas
64 x 76 cms
Framed dimensions: tbc
(Inventory No. 5976)

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This work has a complete history of ownership from the beginning of the year 1933 to the end of the year 1945.

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Gerard ter Borch
Woman Peeling Apples c.1661 Oil on canvas mounted on panel 36.3 x 30.7 cms
Framed dimensions: tbc (Inventory No. 588)

This work has a complete history of ownership from the beginning of the year 1933 to the end of the year 1945.

Jacobus Vrel
A Woman at a Window, 1654 Oil on panel
65 x 47.5 cms
Framed dimensions: tbc (Inventory No. G.G.6081)

This work has a complete history of ownership from the beginning of the year 1933 to the end of the year 1945.

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List of objects proposed for protection under Part 6 of the Tribunals, Courts and Enforcement Act 2007 (protection of cultural objects on loan)

for the exhibition:

Endless Forms:
Charles Darwin, Natural Science and the Visual Arts

to be shown at:

The Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge, UK 16 June – 4 October 2009

The Fitzwilliam Museum Trumpington Street Cambridge
CB2 1RB

UK

tel. +44 (0)1223 332900
fax. +44 (0)1223 332923 fitzmuseum-enquiries@lists.cam.ac.uk

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name & address of lender (or agent authorized on behalf of lender)

The Chrysler Museum of Art 245 W. Olney Road NORFOLK
VA 23510

USA

Cat no 282
Loan no 13
type of object painting
material Oil on canvas
artist James J.J. Tissot, 1836-1902, French
title The Artists’ Wives
dimensions 146.1 x 101.6 cms (69 1⁄4” x 51 3’4”)
production date 1885
production place Paris, France
provenance Sale, Christies, London, March 30th 1889. Mr Day, Charles Field Haseltine, Art Association of the Union League of Philadelphia, 1894, M. Knoedler and Co., New York, 1981
person from whom acquired by current owner M. Knoedler and Co, New York date on which acquired by current owner 1981
place/circumstances/method of acquisition by current owner - Purchased 
description A large crowd of fashionable Victorians dining at tables in the open air in front of an ornate classical building, the artist’s wife in the centre of the picture turning in her seat to look at the viewer.

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name & address of lender (or agent authorized on behalf of lender)

The J Paul Getty Museum 1200 Getty Center Drive Suite 1000v
LOS ANGELES

CA 90049-1745 USA

Cat no 313
Loan no 17
type of object drawing (an album of pencil sketches)
material pencil on heavy wove paper
artist Edgar Degas, 1834-1917, French
title An Album of Pencil Sketches (open at Sketches of Café Singers And Sketches of a Café Singer)
dimensions 9 3⁄4 x 13 inches
production date c 1877
production place France
provenance about 1877 Ludovic Halévy (1834-1908), 1908 Daniel Halévy (1872-1962) by descent. After 1962 Private Collection, Switzerland.
person from whom acquired by current owner - Wildenstein and Co New York. date on which acquired by current owner - June 5
th, 1995 place/circumstances/method of acquisition by current owner acquired by the J Paul Getty Museum from Wildenstein and Co New York.
description Covers are of cardboard, bound on outside with buff-coloured linen and on inside with smooth white paper. Spine on one of the shorter sides. On outside rear cover is a large tape, attached at both ends, which loops over the front to hold the book shut; at the top is a flap of linen to hold a pencil.

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name & address of lender (or agent authorized on behalf of lender)

Gilcrease Museum
1400 N. Gilcrease Museum Road TULSA
OK 74127-2100
USA

Cat no 64
Loan no 18
type of object painting
material oil on canvas
artist Albert Bierstadt, 1830-1902, German-American
title Niagara Falls
dimensions 383/8”x311/8”x4”(hxwxd)
production date c.1869
production place USA
provenance Purchased from the Thomas Gilcrease Foundation in 1950 from M. Knoedler and Co in New York. Given to the City of Tulsa in 1955 as a part of their purchase of the Thomas Gilcrease Collection.
person from whom acquired by current owner - M. Knoedler
date on which acquired by current owner 31/1/1950 place/circumstances/method of acquisition by current owner - Purchase 
description a large waterfall cataract seen from the side against blue sky, with a rainbow forming in the spray behind it and a rocky bank in the foreground

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name & address of lender (or agent authorized on behalf of lender)

Gilcrease Museum
1400 N. Gilcrease Museum Road TULSA
OK 74127-2100
USA

Cat no 81
Loan no 19
type of object painting
material watercolour
artist Thomas Moran, 1837-1926, American (born in England)
title Lower Geyser Basin
dimensions 211⁄2“x261⁄2“x1“(hxwxd)
production date 1873
production place USA
provenance Purchased in 1949 from M. Knoedler and Co, New York, under the title ‘Blue springs’. Acquired in 1964 by the City of Tulsa from the Thomas gilcrease Foundation as an addition to their 1955 purchase of the collection. person from whom acquired by current owner - M. Knoedler
date on which acquired by current owner - 1949
place/circumstances/method of acquisition by current owner - Purchase 
description A depiction of a landscape with bare yellow and white features in the foreground, a dark pit with spray in front of a large rocky hill in the centre of the image and a distant ridge of flatter hills beyond.

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Gilcrease Museum
1400 N. Gilcrease Museum Road TULSA
OK 74127-2100
USA

Cat no 83
Loan no 20
type of object painting
material watercolour on paper
artist Thomas Moran, 1837-1926, American (born in England)
title The Castle Geyser, Fire Hole Basin
dimensions 173⁄4”x231⁄2”(hxw)
production date 1872
production place USA
provenance Commissioned from artist by William A. Blakemore in 1872. From there to Newhouse Gallery in New York (1937) and was purchased by George A Hormel. Passed through his estate and was sold by his son through C. Bland Mamison to Thomas Gilcrease in 1947.
Acquired in 1955 by the City of Tulsa as a part of their purchase of the Thomas Gilcrease Collection.
person from whom acquired by current owner - Thomas Gilcrease
date on which acquired by current owner -1955
place/circumstances/method of acquisition by current owner - purchase 
description A landscape with water-filled pools dotted about a flat, bare ground- surface. In the background, geysers of water spray vertically from rocky bases and a rainbow hangs in the air, in front of a ridge of distant hills.

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Göteborgs Konstmuseum Götaplatsen
SE-412 56 GOTEBORG SWEDEN

Cat no 107
Loan no 21
type of object painting
material oil on canvas
artist Bruno Liljefors, 1860-1939, Swedish
title The Mating of the Capercailles
dimensions 145 x 200 cm
production date 1888
production place Sweden
provenance Bought from Goteborgs Konstforenings exhibition in 1888
person from whom acquired by current owner - the artist
date on which acquired by current owner - 1888
place/circumstances/method of acquisition by current owner - Purchased 
description an extremely dark painting of a woodland scene with large rocks, including a flying bird silhouetted against a small patch of sky in the top centre.

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Minneapolis Institute of Arts 2400 Third Avenue South MINNEAPOLIS
MN 55404

USA

Cat no 236
Loan no 35
type of object painting
material oil on panel
artist Sir Edwin Henry Landseer, 1802-1873, English
title The Cat’s Paw
dimensions 76.2 x 68.9 cm (30 x 27 1/8 in, sight)
production date 1824
production place England
provenance From the artist to the 5th Earl of Essex, 1893 Sir Bruce Seaton, 1912 Sir Jeremiah Colman, 1942 Anonymous, 1974 Dr Roger L. Anderson, 1982 Gift to the museum.
person from whom acquired by current owner - Dr Roger Anderson
date on which acquired by current owner - 1982
place/circumstances/method of acquisition by current owner - Donated to the museum
description a costumed monkey holding an unwilling domestic cat and inspecting its right front paw, on a low table in a domestic interior, also featuring a large wicker basket containing a similar kitten.

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name & address of lender (or agent authorized on behalf of lender)

Musée des Beaux Arts de Carcassonne 1, rue de Verdun
11000 CARCASSONNE
France

Cat no 152
Loan no 36
type of object painting
material oil on canvas
artist Fernand Corman, 1845-1924, French
title The Stone Age: returning from a bear hunt, (L’age du Pierre. Retour d’une chasse a l’ours)
dimensions 146 x 190 cm
production date 1882
provenance date on which acquired by current owner -1882 place/circumstances/method of acquisition by current owner - given
description a semicircular painting with painted border, depicting a group of dark-skinned men in furs, with dogs, standing in front of a large tree and a wooden shelter containing a group of lighter skinned mostly nude people (women and children).

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Musée Félicien Rops Rue Furmal 12
5000 NAMUR Belgium

Cat no 293
Loan no 37
type of object etching
material etching (3rd state)
artist Félicien Rops, 1833-1898, Belgian
title Transformisme 1
dimensions 16.4 x 12.6 cm
production date c.1879
production place unknown
provenance purchased by Museum (Province de Namur) 1999 from private owner
description a fantastic creature with the body of a nude woman arching backwards, whose legs taper in the manner of tentacles/vines/snake tails and end in fins, whose head is replaced by the (reversed) head and neck of a sea- serpent-like creature, with the body of a large finned fish-like creature also with tapering tentacles/vines

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Musée Félicien Rops Rue Furmal 12
5000 NAMUR Belgium

Cat no 294
Loan no 38
type of object etching
material etching (1st state), retouched with watercolour by Rops
artist Félicien Rops, 1833-1898, Belgian
title Transformisme 2
dimensions 10.7 x 9 cm
production date c.1879
production place unknown
provenance purchased by Museum (Province de Namur) 1999 from private owner
description a lady wearing shoes and a pale garment pushed up around the waist, looking over her right shoulder at the viewer whilst bending forward and being penetrated by a fantastic creature composed of a large phallus and a composition of other human sexual parts which tapers into feathery fins above.

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Musée Félicien Rops Rue Furmal 12
5000 NAMUR Belgium

Cat no 295
Loan no 39
type of object (painting, sculpture etc) etching
material Etching (1st state)
identity and nationality of artist Félicien Rops, 1833-1898, Belgian
title Transformisme 3
dimensions 9.7 x 6.7 cm
production date c.1879
production place unknown
provenance purchased by Museum (Province de Namur) 1999 from private owner
description A reclining naked woman engaged in a sexual act with a fantastic anthropomorphic creature / monkey.

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Musée Félicien Rops Rue Furmal 12
5000 NAMUR Belgium

Cat no 268
Loan no 40
type of object etching
material etching (1st state)
artist Félicien Rops, 1833-1898, Belgian
production
title Le Beau Paon
dimensions 18.7 x 22.7 cm
production date c.1879
production place unknown
provenance purchased by Museum (Province de Namur) 1999 from private owner
description A nude short-haired woman wearing fashionable shoes, sitting turned away from the viewer in contemplation of a large erect phallus and testes on a shelf or table.

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Musée Félicien Rops Rue Furmal 12
5000 NAMUR Belgium

Cat no 299
Loan no 41
type of object Bound volume
artist Octave Uzanne, 1851-1931, French (after Félicien Rops)
title Son Altesse la Femme
dimensions 28.7 x 18.7 x 3.3 cm
production date 1885
production place Paris
provenance purchased by Museum (Province de Namur) at public sale 1997 description a European woman in a long red dress and black hat, standing by an ornate fountain or font on a stone dais in a classical outdoor foreground, holding aloft a misshapen male puppet. A male child in jester’s costume holding a staff topped by a skull in a jesters’ hat sits at the foot of the font. The dais is edged by a carved frieze of figures and the name UBI ? MULLER is inscribed on the steps.

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Musée Marmottan Monet 2, rue Louis-Boilly
75016 PARIS
France

Cat no 325
Loan no 42
type of object painting
material oil on canvas
artist Claude Monet, 1840-1926, French
title Vallée de la Creuse, effet du soir
dimensions 65 x 81 cm
production date 1889
provenance Michel Monet, Giverny. Bequeathed to l’Académie des Beaux-Arts, Paris in 1966.
person from whom acquired by current – Michel Monet estate
date on which acquired by current owner 1966
place/circumstances/method of acquisition by current owner - bequeathed 
production place France
description
An outdoor landscape detail featuring a wide river with steep rocky banks, with a hill-line in the background, with no visible human influence

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name & address of lender (or agent authorized on behalf of lender)

Museo Soumays
Plaza Loreto
Avenida Revoluciony Rio Magdalena

Eje 10 sur
Col Tizapan
San Angel CP 01090 MEXICO

Cat no 305
Loan no 44
type of object painting
material oil on canvas
artist Paul Cézanne, 1839-1906, French
title Marion and Valabregue setting out for the Motif
dimensions 40 x 31.6 cm
production date 1866
provenance Georges Charpentier, Paris, Hôtel Drouout, Paris, 11/04/1907. M. Aubry, Paris, 1907. Auguste Pellerin, Paris, Christie’s Lot 10, 1992.
date on which acquired by current owner - 26/12/1992 place/circumstances/method of acquisition by current owner - Purchased at auction, Christie’s.
description Two men standing in a garden under a low spreading tree, both wearing pale trousers, shirt and a dark jacket, one wearing a large straw hat and the other a dark top hat.

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Philadelphia Museum of Art
26
th Street & Benjamin Franklin Parkway PHILADELPHIA
PA 19130
USA

Cat no 98
Loan no 46
type of object) painting
material oil on canvas
artist Sir Edwin Landseer, 1802-1873, English
title Morning (Two Dead Stags and a Fox)
dimensions 142.2 x 261.6 cms (56” x 103” h x w)
production date by 1853
production place England
provenance Viscount Hardinge. 1956, Thomas Agnew and Sons. 1957, Henry P. McIlhenny. 1986, Bequest to PMA.
person from whom acquired by current owner - Henry P. McIlhenny
date on which acquired by current owner - 1986
place/circumstances/method of acquisition by current owner - Bequest to the museum (The Henry P. McIlhenny Collection in memory of Frances P. McIlhenny).
description an outdoor scene with a rocky foreground and distant mountainous background, depicting two dead stags with large antlers, approached from the left by a fox. A bird of prey hovers in the background.

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Smithsonian American Art Museum MRC 970, PO Box 37012
Victor Building room 3000 WASHINGTON DC 20013-7012 USA

Cat no 59
Loan no 79
type of object painting
material oil on canvas
artist Thomas Cole,1801-1848, American (born in England)
title The Subsiding of the Waters of the Deluge
dimensions 90.8 x 121.4 cms
production date (or period if date not known) 1829
production place New York
provenance 1829 – purchased from the artist by Dr David Hosack, New York. 1872 – acquired by Mr I. B. Wellington, Brooklyn NY and sold at auction. Between 1900-1904 – purchased by Miss Minnibel Smith who later married James W. Dean, moving with him in 1929 to Knoxville, Tennessee. 1952 – Katherine Dean, second wife of James W. Dean, Knoxville, TN
person from whom acquired by current owner Mrs Katie Dean
date on which acquired by current owner - May 3
rd 1983 place/circumstances/method of acquisition by current owner - Gift of Mrs Katie Dean and purchase from Valley Fidelity Bank and Trust Company, Knoxville, T ennessee.
description A desolate rocky landscape with rocky stacks and crags surrounded by a large still body of water.

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Smithsonian American Art Museum MRC 970, PO Box 37012
Victor Building room 3000 WASHINGTON DC 20013-7012 USA

Cat no 116
Loan no 80
t
ype of object painting
material Watercolour on cardboard mounted on wood panel. Hinged copper mask on front of frame has a silhouette cut-out overlay of the snake, which isolates the image from the background.
artist Abbott Handerson Thayer, 1849-1921, American
title Copperhead Snake on dead leaves

Study for book: Concealing Coloration In the Animal Kingdom dimensions 24.1 x 39.4 cms
production date c. 1910-1915
production place New Hampshire

provenance In possession of the artist and his heirs and then his heirs until given to the Smithsonian American Art Museum where it now resides
person from whom acquired by current owner - heirs of the artist
date on which acquired by current owner - December 27
th, 1950 place/circumstances/method of acquisition by current owner - gifts of the heirs of the artist

description

A dense background of dry fallen leaves on which a large snake is well concealed by its camouflaged skin patterning.

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Smithsonian American Art Museum MRC 970, PO Box 37012
Victor Building room 3000 WASHINGTON DC 20013-7012 USA

Cat no 115
Loan no 81
type of object painting
material oil on canvas
artist Abbott Handerson Thayer, 1849-1921, American title Male Wood Duck in a Forest Pool

Study for book: Concealing Coloration In the Animal Kingdom Dimensions 51.4 x 51.4 cms (20 1⁄4” x 20 1⁄4”)
production date 1905-1909
production place New Hampshire

provenance In possession of the artist and his heirs and then his heirs until given to the Smithsonian American Art Museum where it now resides
person from whom acquired by current owner heirs of the artist
date on which acquired by current owner December 27
th, 1950 place/circumstances/method of acquisition by current owner gifts of the heirs of the artist

description A male wood duck at rest on the surface of a pool, facing to the viewer’s right. The pool contains water lilies with yellow flowers, and is surrounded by trees silhouetted against the sky. It reflects the sky in patches.

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name & address of lender (or agent authorized on behalf of lender)

Smithsonian American Art Museum MRC 970, PO Box 37012
Victor Building room 3000 WASHINGTON DC 20013-7012 USA

Cat no 118
Loan no 82
type of object painting
material Oil on canvas
artist Abbott Handerson, Thayer1849-1921, American, and Richard S. Meryman, 1882-1963, American
title Peacock in the Woods

Study for book: Concealing Coloration In the Animal Kingdom dimensions 114.9 x 92.4 cms (45 1⁄4” x 36 3/8”)
production date 1907
production place New Hampshire

provenance In possession of the artist (Thayer) and his heirs until given to the Smithsonian American Art Museum (current owner)
person from whom acquired by current owner heirs of the artist (Thayer)
date on which acquired by current owner December 27
th, 1950 place/circumstances/method of acquisition by current owner Gift of the heirs of the artist (Thayer)

description A scene of dense undergrowth with many individual leaves depicted, concealing a male peacock with furled tail, its back turned such that the tail dominates the lower left quarter of the image and the body occupies the upper right quarter.
type of object (painting, sculpture etc)

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Städel Museum
Städelsches Kunstinstitut und Städtische Galerie Dürerstra
βe 2
60596 FRANKFURT AM MAIN
Germany

Cat no 304
Loan no 83
type of object painting
material watercolour and gouache
artist Paul Cézanne, 1839-1906, French
title Landscape with Rocks
dimensions 226 x 347 mm
production date second half 19th century
production place France
provenance Collection of Victor Choquet, Paris, sold at Artmarket Frankfurt person from whom acquired by current owner - V. Choquet
date on which acquired by current owner -1929
place/circumstances/method of acquisition by current owner - Purchased 
description a fairly dark outdoor scene detail with a steep rocky cliff on the left and paler rocks/?waterfall in the foreground. A large deciduous tree dominates the right of the picture.

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Kunstmuseum Winterthur Museumstrasse 52, Postfach 235 CH-8402 Winterthur
Switzerland

Cat no 154
Loan no 95
type of object print
material lithograph on paper
artist Odilon Redon, 1840-1915, French
title Les Origines, frontispiece
dimensions 30.5 x 22.5
production date 1883
production place France
provenance Van de Bois in Haarlem. Presented by the Geleriéverein in 1921 description A cover page with the words "Les Origines per Odilon Redon" in the upper right quadrant, the rest of the page filled with a monochrome assembly of images including the sun, a naked female and an exaggerated male head with a frilled border.

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Kunstmuseum Winterthur Museumstrasse 52, Postfach 235 CH-8402 Winterthur
Switzerland

Cat no 155
Loan no 96
type of object print
material lithograph on paper
artist Odilon Redon, 1840-1915, French
title Les Origines nr I. Quand s’éveillait la view au fond / De la matière obscure dimensions 30.5 x 22.5
production date 1883
production place France
provenance Van de Bois in Haarlem. Presented by the Geleriéverein in 1921 description A dark background, in the foreground a passive cow-like creature lies resting. The sky contains bright lights over a distant mountain.

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name & address of lender (or agent authorized on behalf of lender)

Kunstmuseum Winterthur Museumstrasse 52, Postfach 235 CH-8402 Winterthur
Switzerland

Cat no 156
Loan no 97
type of object print
material lithograph on paper
artist Odilon Redon, 1840-1915, French
title Les Origines nr II. Il y eut peut-être une vision / Première esssayée dans la fleur
dimensions 30.5 x 22.5
production date 1883
production place France
provenance Van de Bois in Haarlem. Presented by the Geleriéverein in 1921 description A study of a fantastic creature primarily consisting of a single large eye on a stem, attached to a gravelly substrate.

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name & address of lender (or agent authorized on behalf of lender)

Kunstmuseum Winterthur Museumstrasse 52, Postfach 235 CH-8402 Winterthur
Switzerland

Cat no 157
Loan no 98
type of object print
material lithograph on paper
artist Odilon Redon, 1840-1915, French
title Les Origines nr III. Le polype difforme flottait / Sur les rivages, sorte de cyclope
dimensions 30.5 x 22.5
production date 1883
production place France
provenance Van de Bois in Haarlem. Presented by the Geleriéverein in 1921 description A head-and-shoulders portrait of a fantastic creature with a single eye, the face and head covered in long fur. The creature is smiling and pictured outdoors.

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name & address of lender (or agent authorized on behalf of lender)

Kunstmuseum Winterthur Museumstrasse 52, Postfach 235 CH-8402 Winterthur
Switzerland

Cat no 158
Loan no 99
type of object print
material lithograph on paper
artist Odilon Redon, 1840-1915, French
title Les Origines nr IV. La sirène sortit des flots, vêtue de dards
dimensions 30.5 x 22.5
production date 1883
production place France
provenance Van de Bois in Haarlem. Presented by the Geleriéverein in 1921 description A full-length study of a fantastic creature resembling a mermaid, with a naked human upper body facing away from the viewer and a large curled fishes tail with finned tip. The mermaid holds a large bushel of spiky foliage under its left arm.

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name & address of lender (or agent authorized on behalf of lender)

Kunstmuseum Winterthur Museumstrasse 52, Postfach 235 CH-8402 Winterthur
Switzerland

Cat no 159
Loan no 100
type of object print
material lithograph on paper
artist Odilon Redon, 1840-1915, French
title Les Origines nr V. Le satyre au cynique sourire
dimensions 30.5 x 22.5
production date 1883
production place France
provenance Van de Bois in Haarlem. Presented by the Geleriéverein in 1921 description A head and shoulders study of a dark-skinned young man in profile. The man has a short pointed horn visible at his hairline, in the manner of a satyr.

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name & address of lender (or agent authorized on behalf of lender)

Kunstmuseum Winterthur Museumstrasse 52, Postfach 235 CH-8402 Winterthur
Switzerland

Cat no 160
Loan no 101
type of object print
material lithograph on paper
artist Odilon Redon, 1840-1915, French
title Les Origines nr VI. Il y eut des lutes et de vaines victories
dimensions 30.5 x 22.5
production date 1883
production place France
provenance Van de Bois in Haarlem. Presented by the Geleriéverein in 1921 description A study of a female centaur with long dark hair standing astride a coiled serpent and threatening it with a long spear, in a pose similar to that of traditional 'St George and the Dragon' iconography.

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name & address of lender (or agent authorized on behalf of lender)

Kunstmuseum Winterthur Museumstrasse 52, Postfach 235 CH-8402 Winterthur
Switzerland

Cat no 161
Loan no 102
type of object print
material lithograph on paper
artist Odilon Redon, 1840-1915, French
title Les Origines nr VII. L’aile impuissante n’éleva point la bête en ces noirs espaces
dimensions 30.5 x 22.5
production date 1883
production place France
provenance Van de Bois in Haarlem. Presented by the Geleriéverein in 1921 description A study of a winged horse on rear legs with partially spread wings.

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name & address of lender (or agent authorized on behalf of lender)

Kunstmuseum Winterthur Museumstrasse 52, Postfach 235 CH-8402 Winterthur
Switzerland

Cat no 162
Loan no 103
type of object print
material lithograph on paper
artist Odilon Redon, 1840-1915, French
title Les Origines nr VIII. Et l’homme parut, interrogeant Le sol d’où il sort et qui l’attire,
Il se fraya la voie vers de sombres Clarets
dimensions 30.5 x 22.5
production date 1883
production place France
provenance Van de Bois in Haarlem. Presented by the Geleriéverein in 1921 description A dark male figure in partial silhouette staggers forward with arms raised in front of his face. He casts a shadow on the smooth ground behind him. The background fades into shadow at the top of the picture.

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name & address of lender (or agent authorized on behalf of lender)

Yale University Art Gallery 1111 Chapel Street
PO Box 208271
NEW HAVEN

CT 06520-8271 USA

Cat no 95
Loan no 104
type of object coloured engraving
material hand-coloured engraving
artist Robert Havell Jr. 1793-1878, British (after John James Audubon, 1785- 1851)
title Red-tailed hawk
dimensions Sheet: 96.8 x 64.7 cms

Plate: 95 x 63.8 cms production date 1829

production place unknown
provenance purchased from Kennedy Galleries, New York 1969
description A stylised biological drawing showing a bird of prey standing on top of another bird of prey, which rolls backwards to defend itself with its right talons, displaying its belly to the viewer. The lower bird is standing on a small injured rabbit, which it holds tightly with its left foot. The three animals are suspended together slightly above a distant background of uncultivated hills with a lake between them, which forms the lower border of the image.

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Oberosterreichisches Landesmuseen Museumstrasse 14
4010 LINZ
Austria

Cat no n/a
Loan no n/a
type of object drawing
material India ink on paper (Tusche Laviert auf Katasterpapier)
artist Alfred Kubin, 1877-1959, Austrian
title Stolz
dimensions 19.5 x 31.4 cms
production date c. 1899
production place unknown
provenance place/circumstances/method of acquisition by current owner - Nachlass/Schenkung des Kunsters (gift of the artist)
description a thin man wearing a fastened frockcoat an peaked hat and a smaller man wearing an open frockcoat and carrying a top hat and bouquet of flowers greet a fantastic large female figure who is nude save for a fashionable hat and shoes/socks but also displays a fully-opened ‘tail’ as if of a male peacock, to scale with her body as if on the bird. The lady carries a furled umbrella and a ?small bag.

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National Gallery of Art, Washington DC 2000B South Club Drive
Landover MD 20785
USA

Cat no n/a
Loan no n/a
type of object painting
material oil on canvas
artist Joseph Mallord William Turner, 1775-1851, British
title The Evening of the Deluge
dimensions 29 5/16” x 29 5/16” (76 x 76 cm)
production date ca. 1843
production place UK
provenance Rev T.J. Judkins; passed to his wife. 1872, White. By 1878, William Houldsworth. 1891, Unnamed. 1896, Shepherd Brothers. 1896, Sedelmeyer Gallery. 1896 Maurice Kann. 1900 Thos Agnew and Sons 1901 H. Darrell Brown. 1924 Carroll Galleries. By 1926, Howard Young Galleries. By 1933, William R. Timken. 1949 by inheritance to his widow, Lillian Guyer Timken. 1960 Bequest to the NGA.
person from whom acquired by current owner - Lillian Guyer Timken
date on which acquired by current owner - 1960
place/circumstances/method of acquisition by current owner - Bequest to the National Gallery of Art, Washington
description An outdoor scene dominated by the low sun seen through clouds, a study in light and colour

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name & address of lender (or agent authorized on behalf of lender)

National Gallery of Art, Washington DC 2000B South Club Drive
Landover MD 20785
USA

Cat no n/a
Loan no n/a
type of object painting
material oil on wood
artist Martin Johnson Heade, 1819-1904, American
title Cattleya Orchid and Three Brazilian Hummingbirds
dimensions 13 11/16” x 17 15/16” (34.8 x 45.6cm overall)
production date 1871
production place USA
provenance Private Collection; sale Adam A. Weschler & Son, Washington, D.C, 21-23rd May 1982, Hirschl & Adler Galleries, New York. 14th October 1982, Purchased by NGA.
person from whom acquired by current owner – Hirschl & Adler Galleries
date on which acquired by current owner - 14
th October 1982 place/circumstances/method of acquisition by current owner - Purchased (by the National Gallery of Art, Washington)
description a highly detailed view of a flowering pink orchid plant in a forest setting with mist and creepers, attended by a small flying green hummingbird, a seated green hummingbird with a pink throat, a small nest containing eggs and a seated green hummingbird with a yellow throat and long red-barred tail, which faces away from the viewer.

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name & address of lender (or agent authorized on behalf of lender)

M. Jean-Pierre Babut de Marès rue de la Dodane, 8
B-5000 NAMUR
Belgium

Cat no 298 Loan no 4

material Watercolour and coloured crayon over graphite with highlights in bodycolour
artist Felicien Rops, 1833-1898, Belgian
title La dame au pantin et à l’éventail

type of object painting
dimensions 40 x 28 cm
production date/period 19th century
production place unknown
provenance Picadily Galerie London (Pilkington?), Jean-Pierre Babut du Marès, Anne-Pascale Babut du Marès, deposit Musée F. Rops Namur (Belgium) description A woman in red dress with yellow detail stands outside at a classical plinth which has a frieze design and dark carved caryatid support. A stone sphinx is visible in the background. On the plinth is a metal dish of classical design, in her left hand the woman holds aloft a fantastic grotesque male figure with top hat and cane, drips fall from this figurine into the bowl. In her right hand the woman holds a half-closed fan. The woman faces to the right. The picture has a rounded upper edge such that the upper corners of the rectangular page fall outside the image, a gilded border continues around the image on all sides.

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name & address of lender (or agent authorized on behalf of lender)

M. Jean-Pierre Babut de Marès rue de la Dodane, 8
B-5000 NAMUR
Belgium

cat no: 297
loan no: 5
type of object painting
material: Watercolour and coloured crayon over graphite
artist: Felicien Rops, 1833-1898, Belgian
title: Accouplement préhistorique
dimensions: 22 x 15.5 cm
production date 1885
production place unknown
provenance Sale Galerie Mosan Liège, Jean-Pierre Babut du Marès, Pierre Babut du Marès, deposit Musée F. Rops Namur (Belgium) description Male and female nude and leaping dog under a tree in grey nightmarish landscape, handwritten inscription in bottom right-hand corner.