Portrait of Elizabeth Jordaens, Daughter of the Artist
27 1/2 x 21 3/4 in. (69.9 x 55.2 cm)
(Antwerp, 1593 - 1678, Antwerp)
Medium and Support:
Oil on canvas
Gift of Dr. and Mrs. Fred W. Geib
Location: Currently on view
Théophile Thoré (1807-1869), Paris; his sale, Hotel Drouot, Paris, December 5, 1892, lot 21; bought at that sale by De Kufert; Sir Edgar Speyer (1862-1933), London, England; to his widow, Leonora Speyer, London; her sale, Sotheby Parke Bernet, New York, May 4, 1956, lot 282 [identified as a portrait of Catherina van Noort, the artist's wife]; Mortimer Brandt, New York (dealer); purchased from him by Dr. and Mrs. Fred W. Geib, Rochester, NY, 1956?; their gift to the Gallery in 1974
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Article Title: Acquisitions.
Article Scope: Article and reproduction.
Memorial Art Gallery.
Rochester, New York: Memorial Art Gallery, 1935-1995.
Volume Number: 40,
Issue Number: 9.
Issue Date: May-Summer 1975.
Article Author: Held, Julius S..
Article Title: Jordaens' Portrait of His Family.
Article Scope: Mention.
New York, NY: College Art Association of America
Volume Number: 22,
Issue Number: 2.
Issue Date: June 1940.
Page Number: 75, n. 30
Article Title: A Jordaens Exhibition in New York.
Article Scope: Review.
The Burlington Magazine.
London, England: Burlington Magazine
Volume Number: 76,
Issue Number: 444.
Issue Date: March 1940.
Page Number: 100
Article Author: Jowell, Frances Suzman.
Article Title: Thoré-Bürger's Art Collection: "A Rather Unusual Gallery of Bric-à-Brac".
Article Scope: Mention and reproduction.
Simiolus: Netherlands Quarterly for the History of Art.
Stichting voor Nederlandse kunsthistorishes publicaties
Volume Number: 30,
Issue Number: 1/2.
Issue Date: 2003.
Page Number: 67, 108,
Figure Number: 27, p. 66
Jacob Jordaens 1593-1678.
Ottawa: National Gallery of Canada, 1968.
Article Scope: Reproduction only.
Exhibition Jacob Jordaens.
New York, NY: Mortimer Brandt Gallery, 1940.
Jacob Jordaens, his life and work.
London, England: J. M. Dent & Co., 1908.
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About Face: Copley’s Portrait of a Colonial Silversmith
About Face: Copley’s Portrait of a Colonial Silversmith explores the lives and work of two artists within colonial Boston prior to the outbreak of the American Revolution: painter John Singleton Copley and silversmith Nathaniel Hurd. In addition to focusing upon paintings by Copley and silver pieces by Hurd, these works and other objects put into context the daily life of colonial Boston. Primary source documents (art works, objects, and written texts) provide students with a view of the experiences of men and women who were alive around the time of the American Revolution.
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