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Watson and the Shark John Singleton Copley
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Watson and the Shark (46.310) — John Singleton Copley

Provenance Listings

Number Artist / Maker Object Name / Title Dates Provenance
38.102 After a model by Benvenuto Cellini, Italian, 1500-1575 Jupiter (1550-1575) Oscar Huldschinsky collection and sale, Berlin; Elizabeth (Mrs. Allan) Shelden (acquired from Arnold Seligmann Rey and Co., New York)
42.11 Angeluccio, Italian Blind Man's Buff 1640/1650 London, auction (Christie's) 25 July, 1938, lot 160 (as Claude); New York, Schaeffer & Brandt Inc; New York, Durlacher Bros. (dealer-1942, purchased from Schaeffer & Brandt) from whom purchased by the DIA in March 1942 with gift of funds from H.Reichhold.
68.300 Anguissiola, Sofonisba, Italian, 1527-1626 Young Man 16th/17th Century Detroit, Collection Mr. & Mrs. Lawrence P. Fisher, by whom bequeathed to the DIA in 1968.
F68.32 Anonymous Holy Family and the Trinity n.d.a. Mrs. John H. Sinner (n.d.); Arthur, Chicago (n.d.)
F69.26 Anonymous Female Saint with a Skull c. 1700
59.106 Anonymous, Austrian Lendall Pitts at Age 4 c. 1880 Pitts family, by descent, by whom given to the DIA in 1959.
F68.31 Anonymous, Dutch Farm Cottage with Two Figures n.d.a. Unlocatable.
F68.35 Anonymous, Dutch A Man n.d.a. Currently unlocatable. On the back of a photograph in the registrar's files is note: Detroit Athletic Club. Mr. George A. Kavanaugh (n.d.); receipt for storage 1949.
47.101 Anonymous, English Boy Playing Marbles 18th Century Consigned for sale by the DIA and never returned by the consignee, Ashrawy.
F67.12 Anonymous, English A Woman, Mrs. Maria Falconer early 19th Century Deaccessioned by the DIA in 1998.
58.412 Anonymous, European Three Prophets 17th Century Gift of Mr. & Mrs. Isadore Levin to the DIA in 1958.
41.40 Anonymous, Flemish (after 1537 woodcut by the Master A. P., Flemish) Triumph of Spring, from Triumph of the Seasons series (1537 / 1538) Purchased from French & Co. (dealer), New York, NY.
35.106 Anonymous, Flemish Still Life with Strawberries 1600/1625 The Hague, auction Baumann et autres amateurs ( ) 28 April, 1930, lot (as Abraham Bosschaert); Amsterdam, Ksth. P. de Boer (dealer, 1935), from whom purchased by the DIA in 1935 with gift of funds from Anna Scripps Whitcomb.
38.82 Anonymous, Flemish Mountain Landscape 1600/1610 Paris, Z. Birtschansky (dealer-1938) from whom purchased by the DIA in 1938 with gift of funds from Mr. & Mrs. E. Raymond Field.
39.1 Anonymous, Flemish Two Jesters 1550/1575 Paris, art market (1935); Paris, Alexander Popoff (dealer-1938); New York, Leo Grinberg (dealer representing A. Popoff; purchase price agreed to by DIA in 1939. Actual payment not issued until 1948.
39.662 Anonymous, Flemish Portrait of a Dead Woman early 17th Century Paris, Andre de Hevesy (dealer). Purchased by the DIA in 1939.
44.259 Anonymous, Flemish The Legend of St. Christopher 16th Century Germany, Private Collection (1925); Cologne, auction (Lempertz) 3 June, 1930; Cologne, Kunsthaus Malmede (dealer-1932); Amsterdam, Ksth.Vecht (dealer-1936); New York, Schaeffer Galleries (dealer-by 1939 until 1944), from whom purchased by the DIA in 1944.
61.31 Anonymous, Flemish A Boy 1629 Luzern, SW, Galerie Hansen (dealer-1928-from whom purchased but purchaser remains unknown); Detroit, Collection Mr. & Mrs. Benjamin Siegel; gift of Mr. & Mrs. Bernard F. Walker in memory of Benjamin & Sophie Siegel to the DIA in 1961.
37.89 Anonymous, French Pieta 15th Century Gift of Rene Gimpel (dealer) to DIA in 1937.
52.197 Anonymous, French Battle on a Bridge 19th Century Detroit, Collection W. R. Valentiner, by whom given to the DIA in 1952.
52.255 Anonymous, French Head of the Virgin 15th Century Gift of Mr. & Mrs. Ernest Kanzler to the DIA in 1952.
59.298 Anonymous, French A Gentleman 19th Century Gift of Mrs. John N. Lord to the DIA in 1959. Deaccessioned by the DIA in 2001. To be sold at public auction in New York (Christie’s)
64.72 Anonymous, French Hercules and the Nemean Lion (early 1600’s) Walter von Pannwitz, Munich (sold through Galerie Helbing in catalogue of 24-25 October 1905, lot #82); Collection of Von Pannwitz, Berlin, 1925; Collection of Catalina von Pannwitz, The Netherlands, 1932; Rosenberg & Stiebel (dealer), New York, NY.
43.58 Anonymous, French Saint John the Evangelist (early 16th century) Collection of Mr. and Mrs. Rockefeller, New York; Duveen Brothers, Inc. (dealer), New York City, and then purchased by the DIA.
61.350 Anonymous, French The Virgin, Mary Magdalen and St. John Mourning the Dead Christ 1475/1500 New York, Kleinberger Galleries (dealer-1931) from whom purchased by Lillian Henkel Haass; Detroit, Collection Lillian Henkel Haass, by whom bequeathed to the DIA in 1961.
F1988.3 Anonymous, French Skull 19th Century Italy, Fratelli Romano (dealer-1972-73) from whom purchased by Frederick Cummings in 1973 (on behalf of the DIA)
43.92 Anonymous, German Christ in the House of Simon early 16th century Collection of Carl Roettgen, 1905, Bonn (acquired the piece in Wesel); Math. Lempertz sale, Collection of Carl Roettgen, Bonn, 12-13 December 1912, Lot 254; Collection Jacob H. Weiller, Frankfurt and by descent; Hugo Helbing sale, Estate of the Wife of Jacob H. Weiller, 21 October 1930, Lot 88 (attributed to the workshop of Bartholomaeus Zeitblom in sale catalogue); Acquired by Otto Ebner Collection William Randolph Hearst, until 1941, New York; Hartveld Old Masters Gallery, Antwerp; Bought for DIA by Dr. Siegfried F. Aram.
43.51 Anonymous, German Magdalene (14th century) Collection Dr. Otto Grossman, Frankfurt; Hugo Helbing sale of "Properties of the late Dr. Otto Grossman and Louis Marx" 9-10 December 1930, Lot 54, Frankfurt-am-Main; Gift of Virginia Booth Vogel in 1943. Deaccessioned.
61.92 Anonymous, German Saint George Slaying the Dragon c. 1470 Mrs. Benjamin Thaw, Paris and New York; Sigismund Bardac, Paris; Otto H. Kahn, New York; acquired by the donor from Duveen.
36.20 Anonymous, Italian Apostle c. 1510 Berlin, Galerie Haberstock, by whom given to the DIA in 1936.
39.678 Anonymous, Italian Nude Youth (possibly Saint Sebastian) c. 1580-1600 Claude La Fontaine collection, Paris; Arnold Seligman, Rey & Co., New York (dealer), 1939; Collection of Mrs. William Clay, Detroit.
56.309 Anonymous, Italian Last Judgment 19th Century Gift of Mrs. William E. Scripps to the DIA in 1956.
65.328 Anonymous, Italian Still Life 1735 New York, Victor Spark (dealer-1964); Collection David B. Mooring (purchased from V. Spark), by whom given to the DIA in 1965.
65.384.A Anonymous, Italian Young Mother Receiving Congratulations of Friends 15th Century Florence, Palazzo Davanzati, Elia Volpe Collection (1934); Florence, Bellini (dealer-until 1946); New York, French & Co. (dealer-1949) from whom purchased by K. T. Keller; Detroit, Collection K. T. Keller, by whom given to the DIA in 1965.
65.384.B Anonymous, Italian The Archangel Michael 15th Century Florence, Palazzo Davanzati, Elia Volpe Collection (1934); Florence, Bellini (dealer-until 1946); New York, French & Co. (dealer-1949) from whom purchased by K. T. Keller; Detroit, Collection K. T. Keller, by whom given to the DIA in 1965.
65.386 Anonymous, Italian Still Life 17th Century Detroit, Collection Mr. K. T. Keller, by whom given to the DIA in 1965.
F68.33 Anonymous, Italian Landscape with Ruins and Figures n.d.a.
F71.146 Anonymous, Italian Madonna and Child with Angels, San Bernardino, Saint Catherine of Siena 20th Century Gift of F. W. Robinson to the DIA in 1971. Is a forgery.
40.131 Anonymous, Italian Stylobate Lion (late 12th / early 13th century) Purchased in 1940 from Snittjer Galleries, New York.
65.300 Anonymous, Russian The Intercession of the Virgin 17th Century Detroit, Collection John S. Newberry, by whom bequeathed to the DIA in 1965.
42.128 Anonymous, Spanish A Bishop Saint 12th Century Collection Prince Polignac (from whose estate purchased by Jean Schmit); Paris, Jean Schmit (from whom purchased by the Silberman Galleries in 1939); New York, A. & E. Silberman Galleries (dealer 1939-1942) from whom purchased by the DIA in June, 1942 with gift of funds from Mr. & Mrs. Edgar B. Whitcomb.
47.184 Anonymous, Spanish The Nativity, Adoration of the Magi, The Resurrection, Death of the Virgin 1450/1480 Detroit, Collection Lillian Henkel Haass (before Oct. 1936) by whom given to the DIA in 1947.
69.259 Anonymous, Spanish A Woman early 17th Century New York, Collection Alfred L. Nicholson (1924); New York, A. Siegfried Aram Gallery (n.d.); Ann Arbor, Ehrich Galleries (n.d.); Ann Arbor, Harry Boyd Earhart Foundation, by whom given to the DIA in 1969.
F70.118 Antonio Casanova y Estorach, Spanish, 1847-1896 Reading from Rabelais 1885 Deaccessioned by the DIA in 1970 and sold to the Maxwell Galleries, Ltd., San Francisco on 11 September 1970
37.147 Antonio di Jacopo Pollaiuolo, Italian, 1432-1498 Judith c. 1470 Sir William Drake, Weybridge Surrey, England; Mrs. Hornsby Drake, London; Private collection, Paris; Dr. Frey von Stamore;Arnold Seligmann, Rey and Co., New York.
1990.10 Assereto, Gioacchino, Italian, 1600-1649 St. Francis of Assisi Comforted by a Cherub with a Violin 1620/1649 New York, Colnaghi (dealer-1970s--1990) from whom purchased by the DIA in 1990.
48.12 Aubry, Etienne, French, 1745-1781 The Shepherdess of the Alps 1775 London, Horace Buttery (dealer-1928); New York, A. F. Mondschein (dealer 1947) from whom purchased by the DIA in 1947 through the Whitcomb Fund.
1994.1 Bandini, Giovanni, Italian, 1540-1599 Bust of Cosimo I, Grand Duke of Tuscany (c. 1572) Florence, possibly either for Giovanni Niccolini or for Bernardo Soderini; whereabouts unknown; Private collection, France; Dealer (unknown name), United Kingdom; Osata Holdings, 1992-93; Joanna Barnes Fine Arts (dealer), 1993
44.215 Barocci, Federico, Italian, 1535-1612 Federico, Prince of Urbino, at the Age of Eighteen Months 1606 Englewood, NJ, Collection Dan Fellows Platt (by 1932); New York, Knoedler Galleries (1944) from whom purchased by the DIA in 1944.
44.216 Barocci, Federico, Italian, 1535-1612 Federico, Prince of Urbino, at the Age of Two Years 1607 Englewood, NJ, Collection Dan Fellows Platt by Oct. 1932); New York, Knoedler Galleries (1944) from whom purchased by the DIA in 1944.
35.64 Bartlett, William Henry, English, 1809-1854 View of the Schuylkill Water Works, Philadelphia 19th Century Gift of William H. Thomson in 1935.
35.109 Bassani, The, School of, Italian, 1600-1700 Christ at Emmaus c. 1600 New York, E. & A. Silberman Galleries, by whom given to the DIA in 1935. Deaccessioned by the DIA in 2001. To be sold at public auction in New York (Christie’s) 6 Febuary 2002 Lot # 131
37.142 Bassano, Jacopo, Italian, 1510-1592 Madonna and Child 1540/1545 London, A. J. Nicholson (dealer 1919-1935); Milan, Jacob Heimann (dealer) from whom purchased by DIA in 1937.
37.59 Bassen, Bartholomeus van, Dutch, 1590-1652 Return of the Prodigal Son 1618/1620 New York, Julius Weitzner (dealer-1937) from whom purchased by the DIA.
44.86 Bazzani, Giuseppe, Italian, 1690-1769 The Flight into Egypt 18th Century (New York) Jacob Heimann (dealer-1944) by whom given to the DIA in March, 1944.
40.166 Bellotto, Bernardo, Italian, 1721-1780 View of the Tiber with the Castel Sant'Angelo c. 1742 London, auction 14 May, 1931; London, Colnaghi (dealer-1940) New York, Jacob Heimann (dealer-1940) from whom purchased by the DIA in Dec.,1940 with gift of funds from Mr. & Mrs. Edgar B. Whitcomb.
37.73 Berckheyde, Job, Dutch, 1630-1693 Interior of the Groote Kerk, Haarlem 1676 New York, Collection William Tilden Blodgett; (Julius) Weitzner (1936); Dieren, D. Katz (dealer-1937) by whom given to the DIA in 1937
52.220 Bernini, Giovanni Lorenzo, Italian, 1598-1680 Chair of St. Peter 1658 Possibly Chigi-Saraceni Collection, Siena; Perhaps collection of Don Flavio Chigi in the Casino, Giardino alle Quattro Fontane, or elsewhere, until around 1745; Collection of Cardinal Mattei di Pergola; Conte Mattei di Pergola (Marches); C.A. de Frey, Lucerne or Paris; Paul Drey (Dealer), New York.
52.218 Bernini, Giovanni Lorenzo, Italian, 1598-1680 Triton with a Sea Serpent c. 1630's, but before 1642 Palazzo Barberini (?), Rome; Collection Friedrich von Amerling, Vienna; Dorotheum, "Estate of Friedrich von Amerling" 6 May 1916, Lot # 178, Vienna; Collection Dr. Rudolphe Berl, Vienna; Wildenstein (dealer), New York.
52.219 Bernini, Giovanni Lorenzo, Italian, 1598-1680 Triton with a Shell c. 1630's but before 1642 Palazzo Barberini (?), Rome; Collection Friedrich von Amerling, Vienna; Dorotheum, "Estate of Friedrich von Amerling" 6 May 1916," Vienna; Collection of Dr. Rudolph Berl, Vienna; Wildenstein (dealer), New York.
47.121 Besnard, Paul Albert, French, 1849-1934 The Bracelet Vendor 19th/20th Century Gift of Mrs. Julia E. Peck, 1947.
35.21 Beyeren, Abraham Hendricksz van, Dutch, 1620-1690 Preparations for a Meal 1664 New York, Lilienfeld Galleries (dealer-1935) from whom purchased by DIA in April 1935.
59.15 Blanchard, Jacques, French, 1600-1638 Young Cavalier 1631 London, Agnew's (dealer-before 1937); Detroit, Collection John S. Newberry (purchased from Agnew's before 1937), given to the DIA by Mrs. J. S. Newberry in 1959.
38.71 Blechen, Karl, German, 1798-1840 The Waterfall 19th Century Paris, A. C. von Frey (dealer) from whom purchased by the DIA in Oct., 1938.
35.22 Bles, Herri met de, Flemish, 1485-1550 Christ in Limbo 16th Century London, Collection Arthur Cull (n.d.-information cited by dealer); New York, Kleinberger Galleries (1932-35) from whom purchased by DIA in April,1935.
45.4 Bloemaert, Abraham, Dutch, 1564-1651 Young Girl 16th/17th Century New York, Anthony F. Reyre (dealer-purchased in England-by March, 1944-1945) from whom purchased by the DIA in 1945. Deaccessioned by the DIA in 2001. Sold at public auction in New York (Christie’s) 6 February 2002 Lot # 128
56.286 Boggs, Frank Myers, American, 1855-1926 A River Scene 1884 Gift of Mrs. William E. Scripps to the DIA in 1956.
F72.13 Boldini, Giovanni Donna Franca Florio Detroit, Collection Mr. & Mrs. Lee Hills, by whom given to the DIA in 1972. Deaccessioned by the DIA in 2001. Sold at public auction New York (Christie’s) 23 April 2002 Lot # 6
F74.18 Boldini, Giovanni La Toilette New York, Acquavella Gallery; Detroit, Collection Mrs. Hazel Langfield (purchased from Acquavella), by whom given to the DIA in 1974.
40.133 Bologna [Giambologna], Giovanni da, Italian, 1529-1608 The Bird Catcher (c. 1575-1600) Von Frey collection; Arnold Seligmann, Rey & Co. Inc. (dealer), New York; Robert H. Tannahill.
57.76 Bonheur, Rosa, French, 1822-1899 Landscape with Deer 1887 Gift of Mr. & Mrs. Ernest Kanzler to the DIA in 1957.
65.95 Bononi, Carlo, Italian, 1569-1632 Adoration of the Shepherds 16th/17th Century Munich, Collection Prof. Hermann Voss (as late as 1959); New York, Frederick Mont (dealer-1965) from whom purchased for the DIA in 1965 with funds from Robert Tannahill.
68.303 Boucher, Francois, French, 1703-1770 Young Girl and Eros 1750 Exported from France in 1927; Detroit, Collection Mr. & Mrs. Lawrence P., Fisher, by whom bequeathed to the DIA in 1968.
62.146 Boudin, Eugene Louis, French, 1824-1898 Casimir Delavigne Basin at Le Havre 1874 Paris, Paoli Gallery (n.d.); Pellerano Collection (n.d.); Buenos Aires, Collection Ricardo d'Elia; Buenos Aires, Collection Dr. Rafael A. Bulllrich; Buenos Aires, auction Bullrich (Galerie Witcomb) 12/13 July, 1945, lot 64; New York, Wildenstein (dealer-n.d.); Detroit, Collection Mrs. John N. Lord, by whom given to the DIA in 1962 in memory of her husband.
F66.2 Brandeis, Antonietta, Austrian, 1849-1979 Scene of Florence 19th Century Presently untraceable. Detroit, Collection K. T. Keller, by whom given to the DIA in 1966.
41.61 Breenbergh, Bartholomeus, Dutch, 1598-1657 The Inn at the Grotto of Egeria 1639/1640 Austria, Collection Franenholtz; New York, A. F. Mondschein (dealer) by whom given to the DIA in 1941.
76.86 Breton, Jules Adolphe Aime Louis, French, 1827-1906 Fire in a Haystack 1856 New York, auction S. P. Avery, 20 March, 1902, bought by Mr. Tanenbaum; New York, auction (Parke-Bernet) 14 Oct.1953, lot 84; Los Angeles, Collection Loyola University; London, auction (Christie's) 20 Feb., 1976, lot 12 where bought by the DIA.
1994.22 Bretschneider, Daniel, the Younger, German, 1623-1658 The Good Samaritan London, Rafael Valls Gallery (dealer-1994) from whom purchased by the DIA in 1994.
78.33 Brett, John Randall, English, 1830-1902 Bude Sands at Sunset 1874 Recorded in 1874 with no further provenance until 1978; London, auction (Sotheby's Belgravia) 18 April, 1978, lot 223 (bought by Julien Hartnoll).
35.8 Bronzino, Agnolo, Italian, 1503-1572 Costanza da Sommaia c. 1540 Kent, UK, Collection Robert M. Townsend (1915); London, auction 7 June 1915; New York, Lilienfeld Gallery, until 1935 from whom purchased by DIA in Feb. 1935.
35.108 Brueghel, Abraham, Flemish, 1631-1697 Still Life of Fruit and Flowers 1670/1680 Amsterdam, Ksth. P. de Boer (dealer-1935), from whom purchased by the DIA in 1935 with gift of funds from Anna Scripps Whitcomb.
35.105 Brueghel, Jan, the Younger, Flemish, 1601-1678 Bouquet of Flowers in a Ceramic Vase 17th Century Berlin, Collection G. von Schmidt, 1935; Amsterdam Ksth. P. de Boer ((dealer-1935) from whom purchased by the DIA in 1935 with gift of funds from Mr. & Mrs. Edgar Whitcomb.
64.81 Butinone, Bernardino Jacopi, Italian, 1450-1507 The Massacre of The Innocents 15th Century Paris, Claude Lafontaine (n.d.); Paris, Mme Besdeberc (until 1962); Paris, auction Mme Besdeberc (Palais Galleria) 10 April, 1962, lot 19; Paris, Heim Gallery (dealer-until 1964) from whom purchased by the DIA in 1964.
37.23 Buys, Cornelis, Dutch, 1516-1524 Presentation in the Temple c. 1480 Berlin/New York, Collection Dr. Hanns Schaeffer, by whom given to the DIA in 1937.
44.271 Campendonk, Heinrich, German, 1889-1957 In the Forest c. 1919 New York, Buchholz Gallery; Gift of Robert H. Tannahill, 1944; (part of Buchholz Sequester, 1945)
43.38 Canaletto, Italian, 1697-1768 The Piazza San Marco, Venice 18th Century Hornby Castle & London, Collection Duke of Leeds; London, auction Duke of Leeds (Christie's) 11 June 1920, lot 3, purchased by Arthur J. Sully (dealer 1920-22); New York, Scott & Fowles (dealer-1922 from whom purchased by Th. B. Cochran); New York, Collection Thomas B. Cochran (from whose estate purchased by Schneider-Gabriel Galleries, Inc.); New York, Schneider-Gabriel Galleries (dealer-1943) from whom purchased by the DIA in March, 1943.
41.6 Capelle, Jan van de, Style of, Dutch A Cloudy Day on the Zuider Zee 17th Century Collection Sir Upton Grenville Smythe, Bart.; Blackburn, Lancaster, Collection Mr. John Ward (from whom purchased by Anthony Reyre whrere seen in late 1936 or early 1937 by Mr. Bohler); New York, Collection Anthony Reyre; New York, Schaeffer Galleries (dealer-1941) from whom purchased by the DIA in July 1941 with gift of funds from a Mr. & Mrs. Edgar B. Whitcomb.
1984.21 Caro, Lorenzo de, Italian, 1740-1762 Esther before Ahasuerus middle 18th Century Genoa, Collection Deswaef (1930); Paris, Collection Prince Mdivani (n.d.); New York, Piero Corsini (dealer-1984) from whom purchased by the DIA in 1984.
1984.22 Caro, Lorenzo de, Italian, 1740-1762 The Golden Calf middle 18th Century Genoa, Collection Deswaef (1930); Paris, Collection Prince Mdivani (n.d.); New York, Piero Corsini (dealer-1984) from whom purchased by the DIA in 1984.
80.37 Carolus-Duran, French, 1837-1917 Merrymakers 1870 Paris, Jean Piere Selz (dealer-1980) from whom purchased by the DIA in 1980.
46.280 Carracci, Annibale, Italian, 1560-1609 Virgin and Child with St. Francis 16th/17th Century U. K., Baring family collection, by descent to Thomas George Baring, Earl of Northbrook; Detroit, John Thomas (dealer-1946) from whom purchased by the DIA in 1946 with gift of funds from Mr. & Mrs. E. Raymond Field.
37.159 Carrière, Eugene, French, 1849-1906 Man Writing 19th Century Paris, Armand Loewengard, by whom given to the DIA in 1937.
45.508 Cavallino, Bernardo, Italian, 1616-1656 Saint Agatha 1640/1645 New York, A. F. Mondschein (dealer-by Oct. 1945) from whom purchased by the DIA in 1945, crediting the support of Mrs. S. Backus.
35.62 Ceruti, Giacomo, Italian A Lady 1740/1750 Milan, Carlo Foresti (1935); New York, Julius Weitzner (dealer, 1935) from whom purchased by DIA.
F80.15 Charpentier, Jean Baptiste, French, 1728-1806 Bird's Nest 1783-1785 Gift of Mr. & Mrs. Ralph Polk to the DIA in 1980.
74.55 Chasseriau, Theodore, French, 1819-1856 Young Monk c. 1840 Paris, private collection (1969); Zurich, private collection (1969); Zurich, Walter Feilchenfeldt (dealer-1974) from whom purchased by the DIA in 1974.
1992.7 Chavannes, Pierre Cecile Puvis de, French, 1824-1898 Children in an Orchard/Autumn 1871 Marseilles, Private Collection (n.d.); Paris, Marc Blondeau (dealer-1992) from whom purchased by the DIA in 1992.
45.25 Circle of Bartolomeo Ammannati, Italian, 1511-1592 A Bacchic Figure: Allegory of Autumn (1525-1550) Art market, Berlin, 1920’s; erroneously listed as Kaiser Friedrich Museum, Berlin in Brinckmann 1924a, 2; 14, repr.; Arnold Seligmann, Rey & Co. (dealer), New York; Mrs Raymond E. Field.
38.59 Cleve, Cornelis van, Flemish, 1520-1567 Madonna and Child 16th Century France, private collection (n.d.); Collection C. Edmund Delbos (by December 1936), by whom given to the DIA in 1938.
45.420 Cleve, Joos van, Flemish, 1485-1540 Adoration of the Magi c. 1525 Berlin, Paul Bottenwieser (dealer-1931); New York, Seligmann Rey & Co. (dealer-n.d.); New York, Cosmos Art (dealer-1945) from whom purchased by the DIA in Nov., 1945, with gift of funds from Mr. & Mrs. Edgar B. Whitcomb.
37.182 Clouet, Francois, School of, French, 1510-1572 A Nobleman of the Valois Court 16th Century New York, Kleinberger auction (1932); Paris, Mr. Helft (from whom purchased by d'Atri on Jan. 22, 1935); Paris, d'Atri (dealer, 1935-1937) from whom purchased by the DIA in August, 1937.
1983.6 Coccapani, Sigismondo, Italian, 1583-1642 Daughters of Jethro 1630/1640 London, auction 9 Dec. 1981, lot 98; London, Matthiesen Fine Arts (dealer-1983) from whom purchased by the DIA in 1983.
43.57 Cock, Jan de, Flemish, active 1503, died 1526 Legend of St. Christopher c. 1506-1526 New York, Collection C. A. Platt (1918); New York, auction 10/11, Feb., 1919, lot 18; London, Coll. L. Gordon Stables, 1919, New York, Collection Jules S. Bache, by whom given to the DIA in 1943.
38.70 Coninxloo, Gillis van, Circle of, Flemish, 1544-1606 Forest Landscape 1600/1620 Paris, Z. Birtschansky (dealer) from whom purchased by DIA in 1938 (as part of a larger group of works).
38.80 Conti, Bernardino dei, Italian, 1450-1528 Gentleman of the Trivulzio Family 15th/16th Century Paris, auction 17 May, 1904; Collection Princesse Mathilde (n.d.); New York, Kleinberger Galleries (dealer-1938) from whom purchased by the DIA in Nov., 1938.
51.62 Corinth, Lovis, German, 1858-1925 The Piggery 1912 Gift of Henriette Granville, 1951
44.74 Cornelisz, Jacob, Dutch, 1470-1533 The Adoration of the Kings c. 1512 London, Collection Lady Kerr; New York, Koetser Gallery (dealer-1944) from whom purchased by the DIA in March, 1944.
70.165 Corot, Jean Baptiste Camille, French, 1796-1875 Young Girl with a Mandolin 19th Century Acquired from the artist by Mr. Sabourdin (n.d.); Collection Mr.Henroux, from whom purchased by E. Jonas; Paris, Edward Jonas (dealer-1938) from whom purchased by Robert H. Tannahill; Detroit, Collection Robert H. Tannahill (by 1938), by whom bequeathed to the DIA in 1970.
42.56 Cortona, Pietro da, Italian, 1596-1669 Saint Jerome in the Desert c. 1637 London, Coll. Sir Th. George Baring (1919); New York, auction (Parke Bernet) 5 March, 1942, New York, A. F. Mondschein (dealer-1942) from whom purchased by the DIA in June, 1942 with gift of funds from Mr. & Mrs. E. Raymond Field.
79.14 Cossiers, Jan, Flemish, 1600-1671 Young Man c. 1650 New York, Howard Young Galleries (dealer-1928); Detroit, Collection Grace Briggs Howenstein, by whom given to the DIA in 1979.
76.23 Couture, Thomas, French, 1815-1879 Drummer Boy 1857 Paris, private collection (1880); New York, Ira Spanierman (dealer-by 1967-1976) from whom purchased by the DIA in 1976.
61.397 Cranach, Lucas the Elder, German, 1472-1553 Saint Christopher 1518/1520 Potsdam, private collection (n.d.); New York, Howard Young Galleries; Detroit, Collection Edward Fisher, by whom given to the DIA in 1961.
62.279 Cranach, Lucas the Elder, German, 1472-1553 Adam and Eve 1528 Paris, Collection Hero (n.d.); Paris, auction 12/13 Dec., 1911, lot 4; Paris, Mlle B. de B (?) n.d); Paris, Palais Galleria (dealer-1962); New York, Rosenberg & Stiebel (dealer-1962) from whom purchased by the DIA in 1962.
53.477 Credi, Lorenzo di, Italian, 1458-1537 Madonna and Child with the Little St. John Baptist 15th/16th Century Detroit, Collection Mr. & Mrs. William A. Fisher (according to E. P. Richardson, purchased in 1925 or 1926 for $55,000.00), by whom given to the DIA in 1953.
38.88 Crespi, Giuseppe, Maria Italian, 1665-1747 Jesuit Mission c. 1710 Bologna, Collection Marchese Zacchia Rondanini; Milan Carlo Foresti (1935); Milan/New York, Jacob Heimann (dealer-1938), by whom given to the DIA
F76.199 Creswick, Thomas, English, 1811-1869 Rest by the Way 19th Century Cheshire, U.K. Hale, Collection W. W. Lee Esq. (until 1938?); London, auction (Christie's) 25 March, 1938, lot 25; Franklin MI, Collection Mr. & Mrs. Merle V. Probst, by whom given to the DIA in 1976.
33.7 Cuyp, Aelbert, Dutch, 1620-1691 Landscape with the Ruins of Rijnsburg Abbey Ca. 1643/1645 Berlin, Gallery van Diemen, (dealer) — 1922; Detroit, Collection Julius H. Haass, given by Mrs. Lillian Henkel Haass and Mrs. Trent McMath to the DIA in 1933.
53.355 Cuyp, Aelbert, Dutch, 1620-1691 View on the Scheldt 17th Century London, Thos. Agnew (dealer-1925) from whom purchased by Mr. & Mrs. Edgar B. Whitcomb in 1925. Deaccessioned by the DIA in 2000. Sold at public auction in New York (Christie’s) 19 October 2000 Lot #89
F67.5 Cuyp, Aelbert, Dutch, 1620-1691 Pasture Near a Pond 17th Century Deaccessioned by the DIA in 2000. Sold at public auction in New York (Christie’s) 19 October 2000. Lot #90
43.36 Cuyp, Benjamin Gerritsz, Dutch, 1612-1652 A Woman Warming Herself Before a Fire 17th Century New York, Schneider-Gabriel Galleries (dealer-1943) by whom given to the DIA in 1943.
58.402 Daellen, F. V., Dutch Vanitas c. 1680 London, Alfred Brod Gallery (dealer-1958) by whom given to the DIA in 1958.
32.85 Daubigny, Charles Francois, French 1817-1878 Mills at Dordrecht 1872 New York, auction James Warren Lane (American Art American Art Association) 20-22 November, 1924, lot 366; Detroit, Collection E. Raymond Field, by whom given to the Detroit Institute of Arts in 1932.
F67.14 Daubigny, Charles Francois, French, 1817-1878 Cows on a River Bank 19th Century Exchanged in 1968.
56.278 Daubigny, Karl Pierre, French, 1846-1886 Seascape 19th Century Gift of Mrs. William E. Scripps to the DIA in 1956.
75.61 Dedreux, Alfred, French, 1810-1860 Mademoiselle de Mossellmann Riding in the Bois de Boulogne, Paris 1848 Paris, Brame & Laurenceau (dealer); London, Colnaghi & H. Wengraf (dealers-1975) from whom purchased by the DIA in 1975.
70.168 Degas, Edgar, French, 1834-1917 Woman with a Headband 1870/1872 Paris, Collection Mlle Jacques Cochin (1924); Paris, estate of Baron Denys Cochin (until 1936); By descent to Denys Cochin Jr. (?); Paris, Ambroise Vollard (dealer, n.d.); New York, Paul Rosenberg & Co. (dealer-1949-50) from whom purchased by Robert H.Tannahill in 1950; Detroit, Collection Robert H. Tannahill by whom bequeathed to the DIA in 1970.
62.93 Delaroche, Paul, French, 1797-1856 Marie Antoinette 19th Century Given to the DIA by Edward McCrone in 1962.
78.57 Delaroche, Paul, French, 1797-1856 Saint Sebastian 19th Century Paris, Jean Pierre Selz (dealer-1978) from whom purchased by the DIA in 1978.
F72.241 Delort, Charles Edouard, French, 1841-1895 The Cardinal's Leisure 19th Century New York, Seney auction 1885; Detroit, Collection Helen L. DeRoy, by whom given to the DIA in 1972.
1985.15 Denis, Maurice, French, 1870-1943 La Depeche de Toulouse 1892 Toulouse, France, collection Arthur Huc (1892), by descent to Mlle Chaviat, Toulouse; Switzerland, private collection (n.d.); New York Linven (Jean Pierre Selz--dealer-1985) from whom purchased by the DIA in 1985.
54.95 Denner, Balthasar, German, 1685-1749 A Man 1723 Detroit, William H. Thomson (dealer-by April, 1938) from whom purchased by Carl F. Clarke, by whom bequeathed to the DIA in 1954.
65.393 Desportes, Alexandre Francois, French, 1661-1743 Summer 1711 Paris, Heim Gallery (dealer-by 1965) from whom purchased by the DIA in 1965.
74.218 Deveria, Eugene Francois Marie Jo, French, 1805-1865 Portrait of Monsieur Couche 1824 Paris, Jacques Fischer (dealer-1974) from whom purchased by the DIA in 1974.
F64.1 Devis, Arthur William, English, 1763-1822 Sir Alexander Allan 18th/19th Century London, auction Alexander Allan Webbe (Christie's) 24 April, 1914, lot 120; New York, Knoedler Gallery (sometime after 1914); Detroit, Collection Mr. & Mrs. Roy D. Chapin, Jr., by whom given to the DIA in 1964.
F72.250 Diaz de la Pena, Narcisse Virgile, French, 1807-1876 Diana After the Hunt c. 1848 Detroit, Collection Edward F. Fisher by whom bequeathed to the DIA in 1972.
56.287 Diaz de La Pena, Narcisse Virgile, French, 1807-1876 Forest Scene 19th Century Gift of Mrs. William E.Scripps to the DIA in 1956.
50.57 Dipre, Nicolas, French, 1531-1532 Crucifixion c. 1500 Genoa, Marquesa Durazzo (until 1910); Rome, Breschi (n.d.); Amsterdam, Vitale Bloch (dealer-1950) from whom purchased by the DIA in 1950.
72.222 Dolci, Carlo, Italian, 1616-1686 The Flight into Egypt 17th Century London, Berry, Head & Co. (dealer-1923); New York, Ehrich Gallery (n.d.); Detroit, Collection E. Raymond Field; New York, Victor Spark (dealer-1972); Detroit, Collection William Poplack, by whom given to the DIA in 1972.
78.21 Dolci, Carlo, Italian, 1616-1686 Madonna and Child 1651 Ireland, Collection Major J. McVeagh (1924); London, Julius Weitzner & Colnaghi (dealers-1977-78) from whom purchased by the DIA in 1978.
40.19 Donatello, Italian, 1386-1466 Madonna and Child (1410/1420) Possibly collection of Cosimo de' Medici, cited in the 1418 inventory of Giovanni di Bicci de' Medici's house ('una figura di Nostra Donna piccola di terra cotta'; Lydecker 1989, 61-2); Julius Böhler, Lucerne; purchased from Nicolas M. Acquavella (dealer), New York in 1940.
64.73 Drouais, Francois Hubert, French, 1727-1775 Monsieur Denis-Paul le Pot de la Fontaine 1772 Collection de la Fontaine Family; New York, Schaeffer Gallery (dealer-1964-purchased from a descendant of the sitter) from whom purchased by the DIA in 1964.
48.13 Duck, Jacob A., Dutch, 1600-1667 The Game of Skittles 17th Century Budapest, Collection Marczell von Nemes (as cited by the dealer); Paris, auction von Nemes (Galerie Manzi) 17/18 June, 1913, lot 50 (as by Duck and Willaerts); New York, Schneider-Gabriel Galleries (dealer-1948) from whom purchased by the DIA in Feb., 1948.
79.178 Duval-Lecamus, Pierre, French, 1790-1854 Two Veterans Playing "Piquet" 1819 Paris, T. Andre Cabanal (dealer-1979) from whom purchased by the DIA in 1979.
44.167 Dyck, Anton van, Attributed to, Flemish, 1599-1641 Young Gentleman (Earl of Downe?) c. 1640 New York, Anthony F. Reyre (dealer) & New York, Hammer Galleries (dealer-1944) from whom purchased by the DIA in May, 1944 with gift of funds from Mr. & Mrs. Edgar B. Whitcomb.
51.230 Dyck, Anton van, Flemish, 1599-1641 A Family Group 1634/1635 U. K. Saltram House, Earls of Morley--sold about 1875 to London, Asher Wertheimer (dealer); Vienna, Baron Alfred Rothschild, by descent to Vienna, Baron Louis Rothschild (last recorded in the Rothschild collection in 1931).; New York, Rosenberg & Stiebel (dealer-1951) from whom purchased by the DIA in 1951.
78.11 Egley, William Maw, English, 1826-1916 Talking Oak 1857 London, Roy Miles (dealer-1978) from whom purchased by the DIA in 1978.
70.189 El Greco, Spanish, 1541-1614 Madonna and Child c. 1590 New York, E. & A. Silberman Gallery (dealer-1938); Detroit, Collection Robert H. Tannahill, by whom bequeathed to the DIA in 1970.
43.33 Engert, Erasmus Ritter von, Austrian, 1796-1871 Morning at Home 19th Century Purchased in 1943
80.3 Falciatore, Filippo, Italian, 1728-1768 Tarantella at Mergellina c. 1750 Collection Vittoria de Sica (?); Rome Galleria Canessa (n.d.); Rome, Enzo Constantini (dealer-1980) from whom purchased by the DIA in 1980.
80.4 Falciatore, Filippo, Italian, 1728-1768 Concert in a Garden c. 1750 Collection Vittoria de Sica (?); Rome Galleria Canessa (n.d.); Rome, Enzo Constantini (dealer-1980) from whom purchased by the DIA in 1980.
1985.26 Fantin-Latour, Henri, French, 1836-1904 Petunias 1881 New York, Collection Ruth Nugent Head (by 1966=Mrs. Henry Nugent Head), by whom bequeathed to the DIA in 1985.
1998.58 Ferrata, Ercole, Italian, 1610-1686 Bust of Ottaviano Acciaiuoli (c. 1659) Heim Gallery, London, until 1990; Daniel Katz (dealer), London.
39.669 Feti, Domenico, Italian, 1589-1624 Jacob's Dream 17th Century New York, Jacob Heimann (dealer-1939) from whom purchased by the DIA in 1939.
56.32 Fra Angelico, Italian, 1400-1455 Madonna and Child with Angels 1425/1430 Paris, Collection Baron Maurice de Rothschild from whom purchased by Rosenberg & Stiebel by 1955; New York, Rosenberg & Stiebel (dealer-1955-56) from whom purchased by the DIA in 1956.
F70.119 Franke, A. E., German, 1800-1900 The Bookworm 19th Century Deaccessioned by the DIA in 1970 and sold to the Maxwell Galleries, Ltd., San Francisco on 11 September 1970
55.5.A Fuseli, Henry, Swiss, 1741-1825 The Nightmare 1781 London, Roland Browse and Delbanco (dealers-by 1947); New York, Durlacher Bros. (dealer-1950-55), from whom purchased by the DIA in 1955 (1st payment in 1954 with balance paid in 1955).
55.5.B Fuseli, Henry, Swiss, 1741-1825 Portrait of a Lady late 18th Century London, Roland Browse and Delbanco (dealers-by 1947); New York, Durlacher Bros. (dealer-1950-55), from whom purchased by the DIA in 1955 (1st payment in 1954 with balance paid in 1955).
F77.50 Gainsborough, Thomas, Attributed to, English, 1727-1788 Woman and Child 18th Century Detroit, Maiullo collection, bequest of Minerva and Anthony Maiullo to the DIA in 1977.
76.73 Gambard, Henri Augustin, French, 1819-1882 Oedipus Going into Exile from Thebes 1843 London, Heim Gallery (dealer-1975-1976) from whom purchased by the DIA in 1976.
74.2 Gandolfi, Gaetano, Italian, 1734-1802 Venus Ordering Armor from Vulcan for Aeneas 1770/1780 France, Collection Conte Raymond de Castellane, Nice, auction Conte Castellane (Terris Nizza) 5/9 March 1934, lot 49; London, Heim Gallery (dealer-1974) from whom purchased by the DIA in 1974.
F79.48 Gardner, Daniel, English, 1750-1805 Henry Greswolde Lewis c. 1776 London, auction (Christie's) 2 July, 1909, lot 29, bought by Asher Wertheimer; Detroit, Collection Mr. & Mrs. Paul Grigaut, bequeathed by his widow, Doris Grigaut to the DIA in 1979.
F79.49 Gardner, Daniel, English, 1750-1805 Elizabeth Lewis c. 1776 London, auction (Christie's) 2 July, 1909, lot 29, bought by Asher Wertheimer; Detroit, Collection Mr. & Mrs. Paul Grigaut, bequeathed by his widow, Doris Grigaut to the DIA in 1979.
69.306 Gauguin, Paul, French, 1848-1903 Self Portrait c. 1893 Oxford, Collection Sir Michael Sadler (1926-until at least 1936); New Jersey, Collection Mr. & Mrs. L. B. Wescott (from as early as 1946-until 1955); New York, J. K. Thannhauser Gallery (1955) from whom purchased by Robert H. Tannahill, by whom given to the DIA in 1969.
38.15 Geel, Jacob van, Dutch, 1584-1638 Landscape with the Plundering of a Coach c. 1610 Amsterdam, Gebr. Douwes (dealer-1938) from whom purchased by the DIA in 1938. Invoice from Gebr. Douwes dated 22 Sept., 1937).
52.253 Gentileschi, Artemisia, Italian, 1593-1653 Judith and Maidservant with the Head of Holofernes c. 1625 Rome, Collection Count Brancaccio (1952); Rome, Morandotti & Adophe Loewi (dealers) from whom purchased by the DIA in 1952.
68.47 Gentileschi, Orazio, Italian, 1565-1639 Young Woman with a Violin c. 1612 London, auction T. H. Coates (Christie's) 12 April, 1935, lot 83, bought by Bennett; U. K., Collection Anthony Reyre; London, Arthur Appleby (dealer-n.d. but acquired from A. Reyre); New York, Wildenstein & Co. (dealer, purchased from A. Appleby), from whom purchased by Mrs. Edsel Ford as a gift to the DIA in 1968.
1986.40 Gerard, Baron Francois-Pascal-Si, French, 1770-1837 Daphnis and Chloe c. 1824 Collection Comtesse Bastien Foy (n.d.); Liege, Andree Stassart (dealer-1986) from whom purchased by the DIA in 1986.
60.66 Gérôme, Jean-Léon, French, 1824-1904 Solitude 1890 Detroit, Collection Dexter M. Ferry, Jr., by whom bequeathed to the DIA in 1960.
1992.8 Gervex, Henri, French, 1852-1929 Cafe Scene in Paris 1877 France, private collection (n.d.); Paris, Jean Pierre Selz (dealer-1992) from whom purchased by the DIA in 1992.
36.90 Ghirlandaio, Domenico, Workshop of, Italian, 1449-1494 A Young Woman 1470/1480 Paris, Jos. Hallyn (from whom purchased by the John Levy Galleries); New York, John Levy Galleries from whom purchased by the DIA in Dec., 1936 with Gift of funds from Edsel Ford & Founders Society.
45.18 Giambono, Michele, Italian Saint Peter 15th Century Milan, Carlo Foresti (dealer?); Chicago, Ch. H. Worcester Collection ( by 1945) by whom given to the DIA in 1945.
44.3 Giordano, Luca, Italian, 1632-1705 The Adoration of the Shepherds 17th Century Berlin, Collection Dr. Frits Haussmann (by 1931-32); New York, Schaeffer Galleries (dealer-1943-44) from whom purchased by the DIA in 1944.
72.434 Giordano, Luca, Italian, 1632-1705 The Entombment of Christ 1658/1662 Paris, auction Duchesse de Berry (Hotel Drouot) 10 April, 1865; Paris, private collection (According to Heim-collection de Blacas, from whom purchased); Paris, Heim Gallery (dealer-1972) from whom purchased by the DIA in 1972.
51.63 Goertschacher,Urban, Austrian The Flagellation of Christ c. 1510 Gift of William Suhr, 1951.
70.158 Gogh, Vincent Willem van, Dutch, 1853-1890 The Diggers 1889 Frankfurt-am-Main, Collection Hugo Nathan (1912-1938); New York, J. K. Thannhauser Gallery (n.d.); New York, Wildenstein & Co. (dealer-1941) from whom purchased by Robert H. Tannahill, by whom bequeathed to the DIA in 1970.
44.281 Gossaert, Jan, Flemish, 1478-1539 Abbot Johann Ingenray 1535 Rheinberg, Camp Abbey (until early 19th c.); Rheinberg, private collection; Dusseldorf, Stern Collection (1936); Amsterdam, Dr. O. Hirschmann (dealer-1936); London, West Gallery (1939); New York, Fine Arts Associated, from whom purchased by the DIA in Dec., 1944.
41.80 Goya, Francisco, Spanish, 1746-1828 Dona Amalia Bonells de Costa c. 1805 Madrid, Contess de Gondomar, Lucerne, Fine Arts Co.; Oslo, Count Jeslerjerg; Amsterdam, Tietsen; New York, Arnold Seligmann Rey & Co.
39.5 Goyen, Jan van, Dutch, 1596-1656 A Windy Day 1651 Collection Kings of Wurttenberg; London, Max Rothschild (dealer-1920); Amsterdam & Berlin, Galerie Van Diemen & Co. (dealer-1924-25); New York, Lilienfeld Galleries (dealer 1938-39) from whom purchased by the DIA in May, 1939.
53.359 Guardi, Francesco, Italian, 1712-1793 View of Dolo on the Brenta c. 1780 London, Agnew's (dealer--1927); Detroit, Collection Mr. & Mrs. Edgar B. Whitcomb, by whom bequeathed to the DIA in 1953.
74.217 Guillaumin, Jean Baptiste Armand, French, 1841-1927 Schoolboy 19th/20th Century Paris, Jacques Blot (n.d.); Amsterdarm, E. G. van Wisselingh & Co. (dealer-n.d.) New York, Hammer Galleries (dealer-1966); Detroit/Miami, Collection Mr. & Mrs. Lee Hills, by whom given to the DIA in 1974.
50.198 Hackaert, Jan, Dutch, 1629-1700 Forest Landscape with Stag Hunt 1650/1699 Berlin, private Collection (after 1912); New York, F. Mont (dealer-1950) from whom purchased by the DIA in 1950.
53.6 Hall, John, English, 1739-1797 Henry Gladwin 18th Century England, Gladwin family by descent from the sitter to H. Gladwin-Errington, from whom purchased by the DIA in 1952 with gift of funds from Dexter Ferry.
52.144 Hals, Jan, Dutch, 1613-1674 A Man 1644 London, Arthur Sulley (dealer-n.d.); Detroit, Collection Walter O. Briggs, by whom bequeathed to the DIA in 1952.
80.44 Hamilton, Gavin, English, 1723-1798 Cleopatra 1767/1769 London, Heim Gallery (dealer-1980) from whom purchased by the DIA in 1980.
68.159 Hamilton, William, English, 1751-1801 Celadon and Amelia 1793 U. K. Collection Count de Aulby (n.d.); U.K. Colleciton Wilbur Foshay (n.d.); Brown & Bigelow (n.d.); Robert Edward Peters (by 1965); New York, Max Schweitzer (dealer-1968) from whom purchased by the DIA in 1968 (involving exchange of six pictures).
1989.2 Hammershoi, Vilhelm, Danish, 1864-1916 Interior with a Lady 1901 Canada, private collection (n.d.); Huntington Woods, Donald Morris Gallery (dealer-1988) from whom purchased by the DIA in 1988.
78.70 Head, Guy, English, 1753-1800 Echo Flying from Narcissus 1795/1798 London, Julian Hartnoll (dealer-1978) from whom purchased by the DIA in 1978.
68.316 Henner, Jean Jacques, French, 1829-1905 The Magdalen 19th Century Detroit, Collection Mr. & Mrs. Lawrence P. Fisher, by whom bequeathed to the DIA in 1968.
68.317 Henner, Jean Jacques, French, 1829-1905 Reclining Woman 19th Century Detroit, Collection Mr. & Mrs. Lawrence P. Fisher, by whom bequeathed to the DIA in 1968. Deaccessioned by the DIA in 2001. To be sold at public auction in New York (Christie’s)
48.218 Heyden, Jan van der, Dutch, 1637-1712 View of Delft 17th/18th Century Amsterdam, Six auction (Fr. Muller) 16 Oct., 1928, lot 13; London, Collection Lord Melchett; Wassenaar, Netherlands, Collection H. L. Larsen (1947); New York, auction H. L. Larsen (Parke-Bernet) 6 Nov., 1947, lot 30; New York, Nicholas Acquavella Galleries (1948) from whom purchased by the DIA in 1948.
53.361 Hobbema, Meindert, Dutch, 1638-1709 Landscape with a Dog Drinking at a Pool 17th/18th Century New York, Henry Reinhardt & Son (dealer-1927) from whom purchased by Mr. & Mrs. Edgar B. Whitcomb in 1927. Bequeathed by Mr. & Mrs. Edgar B. Whitcomb to the DIA in 1953. Deaccessioned by the DIA in 2000. Sold at public auction in New York. (Christie’s) 19 October 2000 Lot #87.
67.115 Hobbema, Meindert, Dutch, 1638-1709 The Cottage c. 1663 London, auction (Christie's) 1926; Detroit, Collection Alfred J. Fisher, by whom bequeathed to the DIA in 1967.
1988.65 Hodler, Ferdinand, Swiss, 1853-1918 Study for Day 1898/1899 Zurich, Gallery Neupert (1921); Munich, Gallery Thannhauser; Zurich, Bruno Meissner (dealer-1988) from whom purchased by the DIA in 1988.
45.459 Hofer, Karl, German, 1878-1955 Head of a Girl 1937 Gift of John S. Newberry, 1945
60.216 Hondecoeter, Gillis Claesz de, Dutch, ca. 1570-1638 Rocky Landscape 1621 Berlin, auction Max Unger (Lepke) 1 June, 1926, lot 49; London, Koetser Gallery (dealer-1941); Detroit, Collection Mr. & Mrs. John Schneider, by whom given to the DIA in 1960.
45.16 Hondecoeter, Melchior de, Dutch, 1636-1695 The Barnyard c. 1668 England, collection T. T. Friedlander (n.d.); New York, Schaeffer Galleries (1944-45) from whom purchased by the DIA in Feb., 1945 with partial funds from Mr. & Mrs. Edgar B. Whitcomb.
72.86 Honthorst, Gerrit van, Dutch, 1590-1656 A Princess 1641 Munich, Galerie Drey (n.d.); New York, Howard Young Gallery (dealer-1928); Amsterdam, Gallery N. Beets (n.d.); Detroit, Collection, William A. Fisher, by whom bequeathed to the DIA in 1972.
35.101 Hoogstraten, Samuel van, Dutch, 1627-1678 Perspective Box of a Dutch Interior 1662/1663 Amsterdam, Gebr. Douwes (dealer, 1935) from whom purchased by DIA in Oct., 1935
F66.3 Horemans, Josef Jan, The Elder, Flemish, 1682-1759 Sculptor's Studio 18th Century Gift of Mrs. Henry Patten and Marc T. Patten to the DIA in 1966.
37.158 Huys, Pieter, Flemish The Bagpipe Player 16th Century New York, Karl Feund Arts, Inc (dealer-1937) from whom purchased by the DIA in Nov., 1937 with gift of funds from Mr. & Mrs. E. Raymond Field.
70.170 Ingres, Jean Auguste Dominique, French, 1780-1867 Perseus and Andromeda c. 1819 Paris, Collection Paul Gallimard (until 1908); Berlin, Galerie Paul Cassirer (dealer-n.d.); Edinburgh, Collection McNeill Reid (n.d.); New York, Etienne Bignou Gallery (dealer-1941) from whom purchased by Robert H. Tannahill; Detroit, Collection Robert H. Tannahill, by whom bequeathed to the DIA in 1970.
59.117 Israels, Josef, Dutch, 1824-1911 The Cottage Madonna c. 1867 Detroit, H. Torrey Collection, by whom bequeathed to the DIA in 1959.
T1997.66 Italian Architectural Capriccio Not an accessioned object. Sold at public auction in New York (Christie’s) 19 October 2000 Lot #92.
41.83 Jacomart, Jaime, Spanish, 1409-1461 Three Virgin Martyrs 15th Century New York, auction W. Solomon 31 March 1923, lot 348; New York, F. Kleinberger Galleries (dealer-1941) from whom purchased by the DIA in Oct. 1941.
1990.291 Jansson, Eugene, Swedish, 1862-1915 Ring Gymnast No. 2 1912 London, Peter Nahum (dealer-1990) from whom pruchased by the DIA in 1990.
43.418 Jordaens, Jacob, Flemish, 1593-1678 Job c. 1620 Paris, Paul Mersch; Budapest Collection Marcel Nemes; Paris, Warneck Collection; Baron Leon Pitteurs Hugaerts d'Orange (1927) Mexico City, Collection Alberto J. Pani; New York, auction Pani (Kende Galleries) 17 Dec., 1942, lot 33. Purchased by DIA in 1943.
46.300 Jordaens, Jacob, Flemish, 1593-1678 Holy Family with St. Anne c. 1617 Berlin, Paul Bottenwieser (dealer-n.d.); Detroit, Collection Ralph Harman Booth, gift of Mrs. Ralph Harman Booth to the DIA in 1946.
78.67 Jouvenet, Jean, French, 1644-1717 Adoration of the Magi 1700/1710 Collection J. R. Ollerenshaw (1910); Schweinfurt, Germany, Collection Georg Schaefer; London, auction G. Schaefer (Christie's) 14 July, 1978, lot 38; London, Julius Weitzner (dealer-1978) from whom purchased by the DIA in 1978.
69.358 Kalf, Willem, Dutch, 1619-1693 A Kitchen Corner 1642/1643 New York, Arnold Seligmann Rey & Co. (dealer-1935); Detroit, Collection E. Raymond Field (sold in 1964); Detroit, Collection Mr. & Mrs. Bernard F. Walker (1964), by whom given to the DIA in 1969.
39.592 Keil, Bernard Sleeping Girl Great Britain, Collection Sir Archibald Campbell (n.d.); London, Leatham (dealer-n.d.) Milan, Jacob Heimann (dealer-1939), by whom given to the DIA in 1939.
53.470 Kokoschka, Oskar, Austrian, 1886-1980 The Cat 1926 Purchased by Robert H. Tannahill from Paul Cassirier, 1936; Gift of Robert H. Tannahill, 1951
57.255 Kyte, Francis, English Portrait of Mrs. E.B. 1741 London, Colnaghi (dealer-1933); London, Colnaghi (dealer-1955); Purchased by DIA in 1957.
71.30 La Hyre, Laurent de, French, 1606-1656 The Finding of Moses 1640/1645 Detroit, private collection (n.d.); Detroit, Collection Dr. & Mrs. Coleman Mopper, by whom given to the DIA in 1971.
72.36 La Hyre, Laurent de, French, 1606-1656 The Sacrifice of Isaac c. 1650 London, auction, 1966; London, Heim Gallery (dealer-1968); Detroit, Collection Dr. & Mrs. Coleman Mopper by whom given to the DIA in 1972
72.296 Lagrenee, Louis Jean Francois, French, 1724-1805 Pygmalion and Galatea 1781 Total gap between 1908-1972; New York, Schickman Gallery (dealer-1972) from whom purchased by the DIA in 1972.
58.280 Lairesse, Gerard de, Attributed to, Flemish, 1641-1711 Four Continents 18th Century Gift of William Randolph Hearst Foundation to the DIA in 1958.
F82.201 Lance, George, English, 1802-1864 Still Life — Fruit 19th Century Birmingham, MI, Collection Clarissa Fineman, by whom given to the DIA in 1982.
F67.10 Lancret, Nicolas, French, 1690-1743 Garden Party — Dancing 18th Century Exchanged in 1968.
57.97 Langeisen, Christofel, German Christ Entering Jerusalem on the back of a Donkey (1480/1490) Joseph Brummer (dealer), New York; Collection Lillian Henkel Haass, Detroit.
79.9 Langetti, Giovanni Battista, Italian, 1625-1676 Giant 17th Century Florence, A. da Nanios (dealer-1978-79) from whom purchased by the DIA in 1979.
66.23 Largillierre, Nicolas de, French, 1656-1746 An Alderman of Paris 1703 Paris, Collection Baron James de Rothschild; Collection Baron Henri de Rothschild; Paris auction Henri de Rothschild (Hotel Drouot) 15/16 June, 1933, lot 42, repr.; Paris, Jean Bloch (n. d.); Paris Galerie Charpentier (by 1957); New York, Jacques Seligmann & Co (dealer-1964-66) from whom purchased by the DIA in 1966.
80.45 Largillierre, Nicolas de, French, 1656-1746 Frederick Augustus, Count Rutowski c. 1729 Paris, private Polish Collection (n.d.); London, Heim Gallery (dealer-1980) from whom purchased by the DIA in 1980.
60.63 Lastman, Pieter Pietersz, Dutch, 1583-1633 King David Handing the Letter to Uriah 1611 Prague, under the control of State Office for the Preservation of Historical Monuments for Bohemia, sometime between 1918 - 1938; Vienna, Galerie St Lucas, 1938; Vienna, Kunsthistorisches Museum, 1938; Vienna, Dr. Richard Neumann, 1938; Paris, Dr. Richard Neumann, 1939; Neuilly-sur-Seine, Geza Solpray, 1940; New York, Dr. Richard Neumann, ca. 1953; New York, Mrs. Elizabeth M. Drey, ca. 1956; Detroit, Mr. Lawrence A. Fleischman, 1959; Detroit, Archives of American Art, 1960 (given by Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence A. Fleischman); Detroit, Detroit Institute of Arts, 1960. Purchased from Archives of American Art by the DIA with funds from Mr. and Mrs. John Lord.
54.457 Lawrence, Thomas, English, 1769-1830 Ewan Law, M.P. 1788/1795 New York Collection S. M. Carper (1928); Gift of Mrs. William E. Scripps to the DIA in 1954.
F74.46 Lawrence, Thomas, English, 1769-1830 Mrs. Ayscoghe Boucherett c. 1795 By descent from the family of the sitter to Sir Francis Newdigate (died 1936); London, Agnew's (daler-n.d.); Grosse Point, Collection Mrs. John S. Newberry (n.d.); Grosse Point Farms, Collection Mrs. Toby Hanson, by whom given to the DIA in 1974.
45.1 Lefevre, Robert Jacques Francois, French, 1755-1830 Portrait of Pope Pius VII 1805 New York, Kurt M. Stern (dealer-1944-45) from whom purchased by the DIA with gift of funds from Hans Arnhold in Jan., 1945.
56.265 Leger, Fernand, French, 1881-1955 Landscape 1929 Paris, Galerie Louise Leiris; New York, Nierendorf Gallery; purchased by Mr. and Mrs. Harry Winston, 1946; Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Harry L. Winston, 1956
42.52 Legros The Younger, Pierre, French, 1666-1719 S. Luigi Gonzaga in Glory (c. 1698) B. Cavaceppi’s collection, Rome, pre-1791; Villa Torlonia, Rome, from inventory of 1802; Kurt Glaser, Berlin; Schaeffer Galleries, Inc., New York.
79.35 Lehmann, Henri, French, 1814-1882 Jean Louis Gabriel, Rector of Saint Merri 1861 Paris, auction (Hotel Drouot) March, 1978 (purchased by an unidentified Parisian gallery from whom purchased by Heim); London, Heim Gallery (dealer-1979) from whom purchased by the DIA in 1979.
57.37 Leonardo da Vinci, School of, Italian, 1452-1519 Madonna and Two Angels Adoring the Christ Child 1473-1478 (?) Florence, Altoviti Family; (?) Rome, Prince Doria, from whom purchased by Heinemann & Knoedler in partnership by 1954; New York, Rudolph Heinemann/Knoedler (dealers-by 1954-57) from whom purchased by the DIA (invoice issued under the name of Pinakos) in 1957.
41.89 Leoni, Ottavio, Italian, 1578-1630 Susannah and the Elders 17th Century Newport, RI, Collection W. A. Chandler (n.d.); New York, A. F. Mondschein (dealer-1941) from whom purchased by the DIA in Oct. 1941 (as by Carlo Saraceni, The Prodigal Son).
39.672 Leytens, Gysbrecht, Flemish, 1586-1656 Winter Landscape 1600/1650 Paris, Windschmidt Collection (n.d.); Paris/New York, F. Kleinberger Galleries, from whom purchased by the DIA in Dec., 1939.
1992.359 Lhermitte, Leon Augustin, French, 1844-1925 The Harvest late 19th/early 20th Century Detroit, Collection Mr. & Mrs. Alfred J. Fisher, by whom bequeathed to the DIA in 1967.
81.682 Linnell, John, the Elder, English, 1792-1882 A Gentleman 1830 London, auction (Christie's) 25 May, 1979, lot 154; London, Christopher Wood Gallery (dealer-1981) from whom purchased by the DIA in 1981. Deaccessioned. To be sold at public auction (Christie’s) in New York.
36.80 Lombardo, Pietro, Italian, 1435-1515 Madonna and Christ Child (1465) Collection of Claude Lafontaine, Paris; Purchased from Andre Seligmann (dealer), New York.
58.169 Longh, Ludolph de, Dutch, 1616-1679 Hunting Party in the Courtyard of a Country House 1650/1670 London, Edward Speelman (dealer-1956); New York, Mortimer Brandt (dealer-1958) from whom purchased by the DIA in 1958.
F82.200 Loo, Carle Van, French, 1705-1765 The Marriage of the Virgin c. 1730 London & New York, Julius Weitzner (dealer-n.d.); Greenville, SC, Bob Jones University (bought in 1972); New York, auction (Sotheby P.-B.) 20 Nov., 1980, lot 94; New York, Christophe Janet (dealer-1982), by whom given to the DIA in 1982.
73.220 Lurcat, Jean, French, 1892-1966 Sails 1931 Collection Dr. and Mrs. George Kamperman by 1942. Bequest of Mrs. Kamperman, 1973
36.14 Magnasco, Alessandro, Italian, 1667-1749 Satire on a Nobleman in Misery 1719/1725 Paris, Galerie Cailleux (n.d.); Benno Geiger Collection; Dino Barozzi Collection; Florence, Luigi Grassi (1936) by whom given to the DIA in 1936.
36.78 Magnasco, Alessandro, Italian, 1667-1749 Landscape with Figures 17th/18th Century Milan, Jakob Heimann (dealer-1936) from whom purchased by the DIA in Nov., 1936 with gift of funds from Mr.& Mrs. Edgar B. Whitcomb. Deaccessioned by the DIA in 2001. Sold at public auction in New York (Christie’s) 26 January 2001. Lot #22
36.79 Magnasco, Alessandro, Italian, 1667-1749 Landscape with Figures 17th/18th Century Milan, Jakob Heimann (dealer-1936) from whom purchased by the DIA in Nov., 1936 with gift of funds from Mr.& Mrs. Edgar B. Whitcomb. Deaccessioned by the DIA in 2001. Sold at public auction in New York (Christie’s) 26 January 2001. Lot #22
79.30 Manfredi, Bartolomeo, Italian, 1580-1620 Fortune Teller 1610/1615 Lyon, auction 24 Oct., 1977; Paris, Heim Gallery (dealer-1979) from whom purchased by the DIA in 1979.
56.144 Marc, Franz, German, 1880-1916 Animals in a Landscape 1914 Gift of Robert H. Tannahill, 1956
67.116 Marcke, Emile van, French, 1827-1890 Landscape with Cattle 19th Century Detroit, Collection Alfred J. Fisher, by whom bequeathed to the DIA in 1967.
46.3 Marieschi, Michele Giovanni, Italian, 1710-1743 The Piazza of St. Mark, Venice 18th Century Deaccessioned by the DIA in 2000. Sold at public auction in New York (Christie’s) 19 October 2000. Lot #98
40.130 Massys, Quentin, Flemish, 1466-1530 Mary Magdalen 15th/16th Century U. K. private collection (n.d.); New York Schaeffer Galleries (1940) from whom purchased by the DIA in Sept., 1940.
1989.33 Master of Saint Sang, Flemish, active 1520 Ecce Homo early 16th Century Paris, art market (1913); Paris, auction Emile Artus (Charpentier) 15/17 May, 1950, lot 30; Lisbon, collection Dr. Riccardo de Espirito Santo Silva (n.d.); New York, private collection (n.d.); New York, Otto Naumann (dealer-1989); New York, Valery Taylor (dealer-1989) from whom purchased by the DIA in 1989.
43.56 Master of St. Severin, German The Virgin Enthroned with St. Catherine and St. Mary Magdalene c. 1510 New York, Collection Jules Bache, by whom given to the DIA in 1943.
36.75 Master of the Capella Medici Polyptych, Circle of, Italian Crucifixion middle 14th Century Rome, Collection Capparoni (as published in 1930); London, R. Langton Douglas (1936); Duveen (dealer-1936), from whom purchased by DIA in Oct., 1936.
58.290 Master of the Female Half Lengths, Flemish The Death of Lucretia c. 1550 New Orleans, Collection Harry L. Moses (by Dec. 1928), by whom given to the DIA in 1958.
60.61 Master of the Osservanza, Italian The Resurrection 15th Century Florence, W. Spence (1858); London, auction, June 1959; London, Agnews & Pinakos (dealers-1960) from whom purchased by the DIA.
67.119 Master of the Parrot, Flemish Madonna and Child c. 1515 New York, Howard Young Galleries (dealer-1926); Detroit, Collection Alfred J. Fisher by whom bequeathed to the DIA in 1967.
F71.3 Master of the St. Marein Triptych, German Saint Agnes 1510/1530 New York, Collection William Suhr, by whom given to the DIA in 1971.
F71.4 Master of the St. Marein Triptych, German Saint Dorothy 1510/1530 New York, Collection William Suhr, by whom given to the DIA in 1971.
34.187 Master, W. H., Austrian Angel of the Annunciation 15th Century New York, Dr. Siegfried F. Aram (dealer-1934), from who purchased by the DIA in Nov. 1934. This picture was stolen from the DIA on Nov. 1, 1967 and has never been recovered.
79.140 Matteis, Paolo de, Italian, 1662-1728 Danae 1702/1705 Detroit, Collection Mr. & Mrs. Lester Gruber, by whom given to the DIA in 1979.
F70.120 Max, Austrian, 1834-1921 Persian Still Life 1880 Deaccessioned by the DIA in 1970.
F82.199 Mazzoni, Sebastiano, Italian, 1611-1678 Scene of Sacrifice 17th Century Detroit, Collection John M. Frank, by whom given to the DIA in 1982.
1991.172 Menzel, Adolph von, German, 1815-1905 The Back Garden 1850/1860 (?) Berlin, Collection Meyerheim (n.d.); Munich, art market (1950s/1960s); Zurich, Thomas Kessler (dealer-1991) from whom purchased by the DIA in 1991 with Dr. Thomas Habeck of Westensee, Germany acting as in intermediary.
40.128 Meo del Guasta, Benvenuto di Giovanni, di, Italian, 1436-1518 Apollo and the Muses 15th/16th Century New York, Schnittjer Gallery (dealer-until 1940), from whom purchased by the DIA in 1940.
50.253 Mercier, Philippe, English, 1689-1760 Playing Soldier 18th Century (?) Miss Mary McKenzie (sic. McKensie-n. d.); London, Koetser Gallery (n.d.); New York, Dr. Siegfried Aram (dealer-1949-1950) from whom purchased by the DIA in 1950.
57.238 Metzinger, Jean, French, 1883-1956 Still Life 1925 Collection Leonce Rosenberg, Paris; sold Parke-Bernet May 11, 1955, no. 949; Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Isadore Levin, 1957
79.188 Michel, Georges, French, 1763-1843 Storm: The Quarry at Montmartre New York/London, Julius Weitzner (dealer-1963-65); Collection Irene & Solomon Guggenheim; New York, auction Guggenheim (P-B) 24 Nov., 1965, lot 27, bought by Marie & Bernard Walker; Detroit, Collection Mr. & Mrs. Bernard Walker, by whom given to the DIA in 1979.
38.29 Mieris, Frans van, Dutch, 1635-1681 The Artist in His Studio 17th Century Paris, Galerie F. Kleinberger (dealer (1936-38) from whom purchased by the DIA in May, 1938 with gift of funds from Mr. & Mrs. Edgar B. Whitcomb.
77.23 Millet, Jean Francois, French, 1814-1875 Madame Catherine Chancoigne 1841 Turqueville, France, Collection Chancoigne-Roomy family; Paris, auction Bernard Roomy (Hotel Drouot) 25 Nov., 1933; Geneva, private collection (n.d.); London, Heim Gallery (dealer-1977) from whom purchased by the DIA in 1977.
57.17 Moeyaert, Claes Cornelisz, Dutch, 1590-1655 Laban Searching for His Gods 1647 Budapest, Collection Baron Herzog; Vienna, Collection Oscar Bondie (1949); New York, auction (Kende) 3 March, 1949, lot 66; New York, Julius Weitzner (dealer-1957), by whom given to the DIA in 1957.
38.32 Momper, Joos de, the Younger, Circle of, Flemish, 1564-1635 Mountain Landscape with Seaport 1620/1630 Private Collection Scotland, from whom purchased by a Scottish art dealer (n.d., but from whom purchased by Karl Lilienfeld); New York, Lilienfeld Galleries (dealer-1938) from whom acquired by DIA in 1938 with gift of funds from Anna Scripps Whitcomb. Deaccessioned by the DIA in 2001. To be sold at public auction in New York. (Christie’s)
1991.214 Mondrian, Piet, Dutch, 1872-1944 Still Life with Sunflower 1907 Blaricum, The Netherlands, Collection S. B. Slijper; Basel, Galerie Beyeler (dealer-1964); Geneva, Collection A. Gubbay (n.d.); London, Crane Calman Gallery (dealer-1970); Oxfordshire, Collection Mrs. J. Coleridge (n.d.), Birmingham, MI,Donald Morris Gallery (n.d.); Bloomfield Hills, MI, Collection S. Senekoff (n.d.). Birmingham, MI, Donald Morris Gallery (dealer-1980); Royal Oak, MI, Collection Margaret Demant, by whom given to the DIA in 1991.
48.416 Monet, Claude French, 1840-1926 Seine at Asnieres 19th/20th Century Confiscated by the Nazis from a French private collection. Returned to rightful owner. Handled by Artemis, London.
F61.14 Monnoyer, Jean Baptiste, French, 1636-1699 Still Life with Flowers 17th Century Detroit, Collection Mr. & Mrs. William A. Fisher, by whom given to the DIA in 1961.
F61.15 Monnoyer, Jean Baptiste, French, 1636-1699 Still Life with Flowers 17th Century Detroit, Collection Mr. & Mrs. William A. Fisher, by whom given to the DIA in 1961.
44.92 Mor, Antonis, Dutch, 1519-1576 A Man 16th Century Munich, J. Boehler (dealer); New York & Paris, E.Glaenzer & Co.; New York, auction (American Art Association) 16 Feb., 1922, lot 77, repr.; Gift of Nicholas Acquavella to the DIA in August, 1944.
36.102 Morland, George, English, 1763-1804 Blind Man's Buff 18th/19th Century Boston, Vose Galleries, from whom purchased by Miss Elizabeth K. McMillan who, in turn gave the painting to the DIA in 1936.
F67.9 Morland, George, English, 1763-1804 Gypsy Encampment 1790/1804 Detroit, Collection Alfred J. Fisher by whom bequeathed to the DIA in 1967.
66.80 Mortimer, John Hamilton, English, 1741-1779 Bandit Taking up His Post 1773/1779 No provenance before 1966.
71.6 Mortimer, John Hamilton, English, 1741-1779 Bardolph 1775/1776 London, Collection David Bindman (n.d.); London, Christopher Powney (dealer-1970-71), from whom purchased by the DIA in 1971.
57.1 Muelich,Hans, German, 1516-1573 St. Bartholomew 1541 Amsterdam, Galerie P. de Boer & Dusseldorf, H. Baumann (n.d. but exhibited in 1930); Munich, Galerie Fleischman (n.d.); New York, Collection Rudolph Heinemann (1956-1957) by whom given to the DIA in two incremental shares in 1956 & 1957.
43.451 Multscher, Hans, German St. Bartholomew (c. 1450) Prof. Theodor Schnell Collection, by 1919 and possibly until 1939, Ravensburg; J. B. Neumann, New York; Collection Robert Tannahill, Grosse Pointe Farms, Michigan.
37.37 Murano, Andrea da, Italian The Mourning Saint John 15th Century Florence, art market (1934); Rome Ugo Jandolo (dealer, 1937) from whom purchased by the DIA in March 1937. Certification by W. Suida (dated Florence April, 1934) and A. Venturi (dated Rome, March 14, 1934).
F69.25 Nain, Mathieu Le, Attributed to, French, 1607-1677 A Man 17th Century Ann Arbor, Earhart Foundation, by whom given to the DIA in 1969. Deaccessioned by the DIA in 2001. Sold at public auction in New York (Christie’s) 6 February 2002 Lot # 127
43.417 Nattier, Jean Marc, French, 1685-1766 Madame Henriette de France as a Vestal Virgin c. 1749 Paris, auction Seligmann (Georges Petit) 8 May, 1925; Felix Wildenstein (dealer-1926); W. Randolph Hearst (up to 1943); New York, Gimbel Bros. (& Dr. Armand Hammer-dealer-1943 representing the Hearst Estate) from whom purchased by the DIA in Jan., 1943 with gift of funds from Mr. & Mrs. Edgar B. Whitcomb.
F72.176 Neuville, Alphonse Marie de, French, 1835-1885 A Soldier 19th Century Gift of Dr. and Mrs. James Marshall to the DIA in 1972.
52.31 Neyn, Pieter de, Dutch, 1597-1639 Dune Landscape 1631 Detroit, Collection Mr. & Mrs. E. Raymond Field by whom given to the DIA in 1952. (exhibited at the DIA in 1938 when already in the E. R. Field collection).
34.186 Orley, Barend van, Flemish, 1491-1542 A Young Man 16th Century NY, Lilienfeld Galleries from whom purchased by the DIA in Nov.,1934.
35.114 Ostade, Adriaen van, Dutch, 1610-1685 Portrait of a Girl 17th Century Basel, Charles Albert de Burlet (dealer) by whom given to the DIA in 1935. In a communication from the customs brokers dated Oct. 31, 1935 they state that Ch. Albert de Burlet of Basel is cited as the seller and that the paintings were in the possession of his family for 30 years.
67.78 Oudry, Jean Baptiste, French, 1686-1755 Corner of Monsieur de la Bruyere's Garden 1744 Collection Marquis Breteuil (n.d.); Paris (?), C. Benedict (dealer-sold by his widow in 1966 to the Galerie Heim); Paris, Heim Gallery, from whom purchased by the DIA in 1967.
78.10 Palagi, Filippo Pelagio, Italian, 1775-1860 Betrothal of Cupid and Psyche c. 1808 Bologna, Collection Conte Aldrovandi (by descent until 1941) ; England, private collection (n.d.); London, Heim Gallery (dealer-1978) from whom purchased by the DIA in 1978.
47.93 Panini, Giovanni Paolo, Italian, 1691-1765 The Roman Forum 1735 Yorkshire, U.K. Castle Howard, Dukes of Norfolk (n.d.); Arturo Grassi (dealer-1947)from whom purchased by the DIA in 1947 with gift of funds from Mr. & Mrs. Edgar B. Whitcomb.
47.94 Panini, Giovanni Paolo, Italian, 1691-1765 View of the Colosseum 1735 Yorkshire, U.K. Castle Howard, Dukes of Norfolk (n.d.); Arturo Grassi (dealer-1947)from whom purchased by the DIA in 1947 with gift of funds from Mr. & Mrs. Edgar B. Whitcomb.
56.43 Panini, Giovanni, Paolo Italian, 1691-1765 Interior of St. Peter's, Rome 1750 New York, Knoedler (dealer-1930); New York, Seligmann Rey & Co. (dealer-1930s); Bloomfield Hills, Collection Mr. & Mrs. Edgar Thom, by whom given to the DIA in 1956.
1992.37 Parra, Jose Felipe, Spanish Still Life with Walnuts and Meerschaum 19th Century Paris, Jean Pierre Selz (dealer-1992) by whom given to the DIA in 1992.
56.120 Perroneau, Jean Baptiste, French, 1715-1783 Portrait of a Man c. 1763 Paris, auction (Hotel Drouot) Jan. 1956; Paris, Galerie Cailleux (dealer-1956) from whom purchased by the DIA in July, 1956.
38.56 Piazzetta, Giovanni Battista, Italian, 1682-1754 Madonna and Child with Adoring Figure 18th Century Bologna, private collection (n.d.); Milan, Collection Prof. Botto (n.d.); Milan Collection Mario Crespi; Milan, Jacob Heimann (dealer-1938) from whom purchased by Edsel Ford and given to DIA in 1938.
76.145 Pierre, Jean Baptiste Marie, French, 1713-1789 The Adoration of the Shepherds 1745 Paris, Convent of la Ville L'Eveque (suppressed during the French Revolution); Paris, Heim Gallery (dealer-1976) from whom purchased by the DIA in 1976.
61.347 Pietro, Sano di, Italian, 1406-1481 Madonna and Child 15th Century Detroit, Collection Lillian Henkel Haass, by whom bequeathed to the DIA in 1961.
42.12 Piombo, Sebastiano del, Italian, 1485-1547 Prelate with an Hourglass 1519 Rome, Santa Croce Family Collection; New York, J. Horace Harding (1941). New York, auction J. Horace Harding () 1 March, 1941, lot 53; New York, Knoedler & Co (dealer-1941); New York, Mortimer Brandt (dealer-1942) from whom purchased by the DIA in Febr. 1942.
F69.22 Plimer, Andrew, English, 1763-1837 A Young Woman 18th/19th Century Sold to Ms. Gladys Catherwood 11 July 1969.
1993.36 Poel, Egbert Lievensz van der, Dutch, 1621-1664 Peasants Fleeing a Burning Barn c. 1655 Rugby, U.K.Collection Mr. Retty (n.d.); Northampton, U.K., collection Charles Buswell (n.d.); Jubblepore, India, private collection (n.d.); The Netherlands, private collection (n.d.); New York, Gutekunst & Co. (dealer-1993) from whom purchased by the DIA in 1993
52.198 Porcellis, Jan, Dutch, 1584-1632 A Misty Day 16th/17th Century Detroit, Collection W. R. Valentiner, by whom given to the DIA in 1952.
44.193 Possibly attributed to Leonardo del Tasso, Italian, 1435-1525, Circle of Giuliano da Maiano, Italian, 1432-1490 and Benedetto da Maiano, Italian, 1442-1497 (possible attributions) Madonna and Child (1480/1500) Arnold Seligmann, Rey and Co. (dealer), New York; Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Kanzler
34.188 Post, Franz Jansz, Dutch, 1612-1680 Brazilian Landscape 1665 New York, Dr. Siegfried F. Aram (dealer-1934), from whom purchased by the DIA in Nov. 1934.
F71.2 Poussin, Nicolas, School of French, 1594-1665 Adoration of the Shepherds 17th Century New York, Collection William Suhr by whom given to the DIA in 1971.
71.301 Preydour, Jules Alexander Gamba de, French, 1846-1886 A Cove with Fishermen 1877 England, private collection (n.d.); Hennessy Collection (1878); Grosse Pointe, MI, Degrimme Art Gallery; Detroit, Collection Dr. & Mrs. Coleman Mopper by whom given to the DIA in 1971.
46.299 Quarton, Enguerrand, French, 1408-1466 Saint Robert of Molesmes c. 1440 (?) Berlin, P. Bottenwieser (dealer-by 1927); Detroit, Collection Mr. & Mrs. Julius Haass (by 1928), gift of Lillian Henkel Haass to the DIA in 1946.
60.213 Raeburn, Henry, Scottish, 1756-1823 Alexander Murray, 8th Baron Elibank 1800/1820 Detroit, Collection Edward Fisher by whom given to the DIA in 1960.
58.36 Ravenna, Severo da, Italian, active c. 1496-1543 Neptune on a Dragon (c. 1500/1510) Purchased from G. Cramer (dealer), The Hague, in 1958.
72.466 Regnault, Baron Jean Baptiste, French, 1754-1829 The Judgment of Paris c. 1812 Paris, auction (Hotel Drouot) 2 July, 1928, bought by Roger; confiscated and exported by Hitler for his intended museum in Linz; Paris, Collection Mr. Colombier (1953); Paris, Collection Le Peletier (1954); New York, Collection Walter P. Chrysler, Jr.(by 1956 when included in an exhibition); New York, Shepherd Gallery (dealer-1972) from whom purchased by the DIA in 1972.
79.162 Regnault, Baron Jean Baptiste, French, 1754-1829 Education of Achilles 1780/1790 Paris, Jacques Fischer (dealer-1979) from whom purchased by the DIA in 1979.
41.56 Renieri, Niccolo, French, 1590-1667 Young Man with a Sword 16th Century Detroit, Collection Mr. & Mrs. Henry Reichhold, by whom given to the DIA in 1941.
70.177 Renoir, Pierre Auguste, French, 1841-1919 Seated Bather 1903 Paris, Joshua Hessel (purchased from the artist in 1914); London, Alex Reid & Lefevre/with Bignou Gallery(dealer-1935--from whom purchased by Robert H. Tannahill. Grosse Point Farms, Collection Robert H. Tannahill, by whom bequeathed to the DIA in 1970.
1985.24 Renoir, Pierre Auguste, French, 1841-1919 Woman in an Armchair 1874 Le Havre, Collection Mr. van de Velde (purchased from D-R in 1904); Paris, Collection Mrs. Paul Guillaume; Paris, collection Mrs. Jean Walter; Detroit, collection Mrs. Allan Shelden III, by whom bequeathed to the DIA in 1985.
1985.25 Renoir, Pierre Auguste, French, 1841-1919 Clearing in the Woods 1865 London, Lefevre Galleries (dealer-1946); London, Arthur Tooth & Sons (dealer-1955) from whom purchased by Colonel & Mrs. Henry Nugent Head, bequeathed by Mrs. Nugent Head to the DIA in 1985.
1994.57 Renoir, Pierre Auguste, French, 1841-1919 The Spanish Guitarist 1894 London, Collection Sir Chester Beatty (1929-1935); Paris, Galerie Durand-Ruel (purchased from Ch. Beatty in 1935); New York, Sam Salz (dealer-purchased from Durand-Ruel in 1943); London, auction (Christie's) 1 July 1974, lot 3; London, Collection Mr. & Mrs. Ernest Kanzler (1974-1994) given by Mrs. Jean-Pierre Marcie-Riviere (e. g. Mrs. Rosemarie Kanzler) to the DIA in 1994.
55.278 Reynolds, Joshua, English, 1723-1792 The Cottagers 1788 London, Collection Robert Gosling (until at least 1814); by descent to his grandson, Major W. S. Gosling (n.d.); French Art Galleries, Inc. (dealer-1955) from whom purchased by the DIA in August, 1955 with funds from Mrs. K. T. Keller.
49.4 Ribera, Jusepe de, Workshop of, Spanish, 1590-1652 Saint Jerome in the Wilderness 1645/1685 Paris, Collection Henry Mosler; by inheritance to his daughter; New York, French & Co. (dealer) from whom purchased by the DIA in 1949 with gift of funds from Mr. and Mrs. Eugene H. Welker
76.146 Ricci, Sebastiano, Italian, 1659-1734 Christ at the Sea of Galilee 1695/1697 France, private collection (until 1976); Paris, Galerie Heim (dealer-1976) from whom purchased by the DIA in 1976.
F68.25 Riesener, Henri Francois, French, 1767-1828 A Trombonist 18th/19th Century Gift of an anonymous donor to the DIA in 1968.
43.55 Rigaud, Hyacinthe Francois, French, 1659-1743 Cardinal Andre Hercule de Fleury 1653-1743 1728 New York, Curt M. Stern (dealer-1943) from whom purchased by the DIA in May, 1943 with gift of funds from Mr. & Mrs. Ernest Kanzler.
56.183 Rijn, Rembrandt Harmensz van, Dutch, 1606-1669 A Woman Weeping 1654/1655 Berlin, Collection Oskar Huldschinsky; Berlin, auction Huldschinsky (Cassirer), 1928; Private collection (n.d.); London, F. Drey Gallery (dealer-1938); New York, Collection Mrs. Hanni Seligman; New York, Rosenberg & Stiebel (dealer-1956) from whom purchased by the DIA in 1956.
57.167 Robbia, Giovanni della, Italian, 1469-1530 Adoration of the Christ Child (c. 1525) Marquis Vivianni della Robbia (descendant of the artist); P. W. French and Company, Inc. 1956-1957 sale of “Religious Art,” Cat. no. 15, New York; Purchased by Josephine Nevins Keal for the DIA.
44.146 Romney, George, English, 1734-1802 Master Hartley 18th/19th Century Deaccessioned and sold by the DIA to the Detroit Athletic Club in May 1949.
F67.6 Romney, George, English, 1734-1802 Colonel Clitherow 1784 New York, Knoedler Gallery (n.d.); Detroit, Collection Mrs. James S. Holden, by whom bequeathed to the DIA in 1967.
66.191 Rosa, Salvator, Italian, 1615-1673 Self Portrait c. 1650 France, private collection (n.d.); New York, Mrs. Lorraine Uhler (n.d.); New York, Knoedler Gallery (dealer-1966) from whom purchased by the DIA in 1966.
80.36 Roslin, Alexandre, Swedish, 1718-1795 Louis-Philippe, Duc d'Orleans, Saluting his Army on the Battlefield 1757 France, Collection King Louis-Philippe (n.d.); France, Collection Duc de Nemours (n.d.); Stockholm, A. B. Fritzes Kungl. Hovbokhandel (dealer-n.d.); Djursholm, Sweden, Collection count Johan Lagergren; New York, Maurice Segoura (dealer-1980) from whom purchased by the DIA in 1980.
70.182 Rousseau, Henri, French, 1844-1910 The Environs of Paris 1909 Valentine Gallery, purchase December, 1933 by Robert H. Tannahill; Tannahill bequest 1970
F81.416 Roybet Ferdinand, French, 1840-1920 The Noble Guard 19th/20th Century Miami, Collection Mr. & Mrs. Lee Hills, by whom given to the DIA in 1981.
80.102 Roybet, Ferdinand, French, 1840-1920 The Gypsy Woman c. 1871 London, auction (Sotheby's) 3 Oct. 1979, lot 224a; London, Alex Wengraf (dealer-1980) from whom purchased by the DIA in 1980.
44.266 Rubens, Peter Paul, Flemish, 1577-1640 Hygeia, Goddess of Health c. 1615 Paris, auction Crabbe (Sedelmeyer) 12 June, 1890, lot 47; Paris, Galerie Charpentier (1936); London, Martin B. Ascher (dealer-n.d.); New York, Schaeffer Galleries (by 1937); Birningham, MI, Henry Reichhold; purchased by DIA in 1944.
79.15 Rubens, Peter Paul, Flemish, 1577-1640 Warrior 1614/1616 London, Collection Sir Alexander Korda; London, Julius H. Weitzner (dealer-1979) by whom given to the DIA in 1979.
79.16 Rubens, Peter Paul, Workshop of, Flemish, 1577-1640 Warrior with Two Pages c. 1615 England, Private Collection (n.d.); London, Jan Appleby/D. Koetser (dealer-1957); London, Julius H. Weitzner (dealer-1979) from whom purchased by the DIA in 1979.
36.28 Ruisdael, Jacob Isaaksz van, Dutch, 1628-1682 The Dunes 17th Century Purchased by the Whitcombs from the Galerie Dr. Schaeffer in 1930.Certifications, dated 1929, prepared for Dr. Schaeffer by C. Hofstede de Groot and M. J. Friedlaender. Deaccessioned by the DIA in 2000. Sold at public auction in New York (Christie’s) 19 October 2000.
F67.4 Ruisdael, Jacob Isaaksz van, Dutch, 1628-1682 Landscape 1646/1647 Brussels, Collection Cavens (n.d.); Amsterdam, Gallery P. de Boer (n.d.); Berlin, Collection E. L3:53 P. Lubbert (by 1928); Detroit, Collection Mr. & Mrs. James Holden, by whom bequeathed to the DIA in 1967.
46.4 Sagrestani, Giovanni Camillo, Italian, 1660-1731 Rebecca at the Well c. 1710 Munroe, MI, Collection Erick Bergman, by whom given to the DIA in 1946.
34.192 Saliba, Antonello de, Italian, 1466-1535 Christ at the Column early 16th Century Berlin, Galerie Mathiessen (n.d.); New York, Jacques Seligmann (dealer) 1934, from whom purchased by the DIA in Dec. 1934.
37.148 Sant’Agata, Francesco da, Italian, 1491-1528 A Niobid (1520) Marquis de Pompignan, Paris; Marquis de Pompignan sale, Hotel Drouot, Paris, 19 April 1929, lot 81; Purchased by M. Bonnemaison; Frey collection sale, Charpentier, Paris, 12-14 June 1933, no. 128; Purchased by Paul Wallraf; Arnold, Seligman, Rey & Co. (dealer), New York, 1937; Purchased by Eleanor Clay Ford, and given to the DIA.
36.10 Saraceni, Il Pensionante del, Italian The Fruit Vendor 1610-1620 London, art market (ca. 1930); Riga, Latvia, Coll. Count P. V. Subow who sold picture to Jacob Heimann; Milan, Jacob Heimann (dealer 1935-36), from whom purchased by Edsel B. Ford & given to DIA in 1936.
80.55 Scheffer, Ary, French, 1795-1858 Marguerite Leaving Church 1838 Paris, Collection Paturle (by 1872); Normandy, Collection Count de Monjou (by 1934); Paris, Galerie Fischer-Keiner (dealer-1980) from whom purchased by the DIA in 1980.
63.134 Schmidt-Rottluff, Karl, German, 1884-1976 Man with a Green Beard c. 1920 Collection Dr. William R. Valentiner; Valentiner bequest 1963
44.219 School of Florence, Italian The Agony in the Garden 1320 New York, J. B. Neumann (dealer-after March 9, 1944-1947) from whom purchased by the DIA in 1947.
44.220 School of Florence, Italian Pilate Washing his Hands 1320 City of Detroit Purchase, 1947.
61.348 School of Marches, Italian, 1300-1400 Madonna and Child Enthroned with Four Saints 14th Century Paris, Bacri Freres (dealer-1920s); New York, John Levy Galleries (until 1935) from whom purchassed by Lillian Henkel Haass in 1935; Detroit, collection Lillian Henkel Haass (1935-1961), by whom bequeathed to the DIA in 1961.
39.607 School of Moscow, Russian, 1500-1600 Virgin Annunciate 16th Century Paris. Z. Birtschansky (dealer-1939) by whom given to the DIA in 1939.Exhibited London, "Russian Art", June-July, 1935, cat. 36a.
39.608 School of Moscow, Russian, 1500-1600 Annunciatory Angel 16th Century Paris, Z. Birtschansky (dealer-1939), by whom given to the DIA in 1939. Exhibited London, "Russian Art", June-July, 1935, cat. 36b.
43.420 School of Moscow, Russian, 1500-1600 New Testament Trinity c. 1550 Saint Petersburg, Winter Palace, Czar Nicholas II. Stolen from the DIA in 1951 and never recovered.
38.69 School of Novgorod, Russian, 1400-1500 Saint George and the Dragon 15th Century Gift of William & Laura Murphy Funds in 1938.
53.363 School of Seville, Spanish, 1600-1700 The Holy Family in the Carpenter Shop middle to late 17th Century New York, Siegfried Aram (dealer-before July, 1935), from whom purchased by Mr. & Mrs. Edgar B. Whitcomb (in or before 1935); Detroit, Collection Mr. & Mrs. Edgar B. Whitcomb, by whom bequeathed to the DIA in 1953.
58.391 Schotanus, Petrus, Dutch Vanitas late 17th Century London, Alfred Brod Gallery (dealer-1958); Detroit, Collection Mr. & Mrs. A. Fleischman, by whom given to the DIA in 1958.
68.318 Schreyer, Adolphe, German, 1828-1899 Halt at the Inn 19th Century Detroit, Collection Mr. & Mrs. Lawrence P. Fisher, by whom bequeathed to the DIA in 1968.
F68.110 Schreyer, Adolphe, German, 1828-1899 Arab Horsemen 19th Century Sold to Jerome Eisenberg, New York, September 1969.
73.5 Scorel, Jan van, Dutch, 1495-1562 Pilgrim 16th Century Lucerne, auction Chillingworth (Fischer) 5 Sept., 1922, lot 35; Detroit, collection George G. Booth; Bloomfield Hills, Cranbrook Academy of Art; New York auction Cranbrook (Parke-Bernet) 17/18 May, 1972, from whence purchased by the DIA.
38.68 Seghers, Hercules, School of, Dutch, 1589-1640 River Landscape 17th Century From a Russian private collection (according to the dealer); Paris, A. C. von Frey (dealer-1938) from whom purchased by DIA in Oct., 1938.
60.85 Siberechts,Jan, Flemish, 1627-1703 Crossing the Ford 1665/1672 Richmond, U.K., Collection J. M. Cherry Bart.; New York, Schaeffer Galleries (dealer-1960) from whom purchased by Mr. & Mrs. James S. Whitcomb; Detroit, Collection Mr. & Mrs. James S. Whitcomb, by whom purchased for to the DIA in 1960.
37.191 Siena, Meo da, Italian Saint Ansano 14th/15th Century Rome, Ugo Jandolo (dealer- 1937) from whom purchased by DIA in Dec. 1937. Is a forgery.
79.6 Signol,Emile, French, 1804-1892 Christ and the Woman Taken in Adultery 1842 Versailles, Collection M. J. Morineau (1972); London, Heim Gallery (dealer-1978-79) from whom purchased by the DIA in 1979.
40.50 Sittow, Master Michiel, Flemish, 1469-1525 Catherine of Aragon as the Magdalen 15th/16th Century Berlin, art market (before 1931); Portland, Oregon, Collection August Berg; New York, Collection Clendenin J. Ryan (1940), New York, auction Ryan, 19 Jan., 1940, lot 218; New York, Knoedler (dealer-1940) from whom purchased by the DIA in 1940.
1991.1 Slott-Moller, Harald, Danish, 1864-1937 Georg Brandes at the University in Copenhagen 1889 Copenhagen, auction (Rasmussen) 20 March, 1969, lot 187; Europe, private collection (purchased at Rasmussen sale-until 1990); London, auction (Christie's) 29 Nov., 1990, lot 1, where purchased by the DIA.
78.44 Snyders, Frans, Flemish, 1579-1657 Still Life with Fruit, Vegetables and Dead Game c. 1635-1637 London, auction (Christie's) 10 April, 1970, lot 108; London, Old Master Galleries (dealer-n.d.); Florence, C. G. Baroni (dealer-1978) from whom purchased by the DIA.
59.444 Sodoma, Italian, 1477-1549 The Holy Family and St. John 15th/16th Century New York, Howard Young Gallery (until after 1933); Detroit, Collection Charles Bohn, by descent to his daughter, Mrs. Edna B. Endicott by whom given to the DIA in 1959.
38.58 Sorgh, Hendrick Maertensz, Dutch, 1610-1670 Still Life 1655/1665 Collection H. E. ten Cate, The Netherlands, by whom given to the DIA in 1938
74.123 Soutine, Chaim, French, 1894-1943 Red Gladioli c. 1919 New York, Pierre Matisse Gallery (dealer) by 1941; purchased by Lydia and Harry Winston, 1948; Collection Dr. Barnet and Mrs. Lydia Winston Malbin; Gift of Lydia Winston Malbin, 1974
1996.257 Steinhammer, Friedrich Christof, German, active 1608-1622 Rape of the Sabine Women 1622 Detroit-then Clearwater, FL, Collection Mr. & Mrs. Martin C. Cook, by whom given to the DIA in 1996.
49.395 Stella, Jacques, Attributed to, French, 1596-1657 Game of Seesaw 17th Century Deaccessioned by the DIA in 2000. Sold at public auction in New York. (Christie’s East) 19 October 2000, Lot 96
49.443 Stoffe, Jan Jacobsz van der, Dutch, 1611-1682 Halt of the Cavalry 1642 Gift of Dr. Robert Gillman to the DIA in 1949.
52.199 Stosskopf, Sebastian, German, 1597-1657 Still Life of Books and a Rembrandt Engraving 1631/1635 Detroit, Collection W. R. Valentiner, by whom given to the DIA in 1952.
F81.415 Strack, Ludwig Philipp, German, 1761-1836 Arcadian Landscape 1794 Detroit, John Hanna Galleries (1931); Detroit, Collection Miss Blanche Parent (purchased from the Hanna Galleries in 1931); by inheritance to Kay E. Wise (daughter of Blanche Parent Wise); deeded to John A Wise, Jr.(brother of Kay E. Wise) ; Grosse Pointe Park, Collection John A. Wise, Jr, by whom given to the DIA in 1981.
43.2 Studio of Tilman Riemenschneider, German, 1460-1531 Virgin and Child (1490/1500) Rosenbaum Collection, Frankfurt-am-Main; Collection Ralph Harmon Booth by 1926, Grosse Pointe, Michigan.
60.179 Sustermans, Justus, Circle of, Flemish, 1597-1681 A Woman 1640/1650 Deaccessioned by the DIA in 2000. Sold at public auction in New York (Christie’s) 19 October 2000 Lot #85
75.87 Taillasson, Jean-Joseph, French, 1745-1809 Berenice Reproaching Ptolomy 1802 Paris, La Sirene (a boutique-1975); Paris, Jacques Fischer (dealer-1975) from whom purchased by the DIA in 1975.
1985.2 Taillasson, Jean-Joseph, French, 1745-1809 Berenice Reproaching Ptolemy c. 1802 Paris, Galerie Cailleux (dealer-1985) from whom purchased by the DIA in 1985.
38.86 Teniers, David the Younger After, Flemish, 1610-1694 The Inn Kitchen c. 1643 New York, Stanley M. Carper; purchased by DIA in 1938. N.B: no donor file exists for this collector). Deaccessioned by the DIA in 2001. To be sold at public auction in New York (Christie’s)
1991.242 Teniers, David the Younger, Attributed to, Flemish, 1610-1694 Temptation of St. Anthony 17th Century Spain, Collection Marques of Salamanca (exported from Spain in 1987); Bloomfield Hills, Collection Dr. Robert A. Delp and Family, by whom given to the DIA in 1991.
60.217 Teniers, David the Younger, Flemish, 1610-1694 Birth of Jupiter 1650/1660 Blenheim Palace, Dukes of Marlborough; London, auction Duke of Marlborough (Christie's), 26 July 1886. Lot 140; Port Talbot, U.K., Margam Castle, Collection Charlotte Talbot (n.d.); Detroit, collection Mr. & Mrs. John Schneider, by whom given to the DIA in 1960.
52.196 Teniers, David, the Younger, Workshop of, Flemish, 1610-1694 A Hunter with Eight Hounds 17th Century Detroit, Collection W. R. Valentiner by whom given to the DIA in 1952.
44.147 Terborch, Gerard, Dutch, 1617-1681 A Man 1653 Deaccessioned by the DIA in 2000. Sold at public auction in New York. (Christie’s) 19 October 2000.
1985.34 Terwesten, Matthaus, Dutch, 1670-1757 Venus and Adonis c. 1718 Clent, England, Collection Dr. Johnson Ball (n.d.); London, Heim Gallery (dealer-1985) from whom purchased by the DIA in 1985.
44.213 Tiepolo, Giovanni Battista, Italian, 1696-1770 Saint Joseph and the Christ Child 1767/1769 London, auction D. Moret 9 June, 1932; Geneva, Mme L. K. (1939); New York, Jacob Heimann Gallery (dealer-1944) from whom purchased by the DIA in Nov., 1944 with gift of funds from Mr. & Mrs. Edgar B. Whitcomb.
36.29 Tiepolo, Giovanni Battista, Workshop of, Italian, 1696-1770 The Immaculate Conception 1734/1736 Paris, auction, either before or during WWI (as cited by Valentiner in a letter to the Whitcombs dated May 29, 1930); Munich, Collection Baron M. von Nemes; Dusseldorf, von Nemes auction, 1913; Hollywood CA, Axel Beskow Galery from whom purchased by the Whitcombs on Oct. 13, 1930; Detroit, Collection Mr. & Mrs. Edgar Whitcomb by whom given to DIA in 1936.
53.360 Tintoretto, Jacopo, School of, Italian, 1518-1594 Young Man with a Beard c. 1555 London, Thomas Agnew (dealer-1926-1927) from whom purchased by Mr. & Mrs. Edgar B. Whitcomb in 1927. Bequest of Mr. & Mrs. Edgar B. Whitcomb to the DIA in 1953.
F51.1 Tintoretto, Jacopo, School of, Italian, 1518-1594 A Man 16th Century Detroit, Collection John L. Booth, by whom given to the DIA in 1951.
42.131 Titian, School of, Italian, 1488-1576 Madonna of the Rabbit 16th Century Deaccessioned and sold by the DIA in 1943 in partial exchange toward the acquisition of a tapestry to Arnold Seligmann, Rey and Co., Inc.
35.10 Titian, School of, Italian, 1488-1576 Judith with the Head of Holofernes c. 1570 London, auction 1919; A. L. Nicholson (dealer 1923-28); New York, Siegfried F. Aram (dealer-1935), from whom purchased by DIA in March 1935. Actual invoice cites dealer as Aram-Ehrhardt Inc.Published by Georg Bierman, "Tizians Judith met dem Haupte des Holofernes", Cicerone, vol.21, 1929 (as in collection W.Cornwallis-West).
53.362 Titian, School of, Italian, 1488-1576 Andrea dei Franceschi c. 1532 Paris, Louis Viardot (1911-by inheritance to his widow); New York, Duveen Bros (dealer- purchased from widow of Viardot-1928) from whom purchased by Mr. & Mrs. Edgar B.Whitcomb in 1928, by whom bequeathed to the DIA in 1953.
66.250 Torelli, Felice, Italian, 1667-1748 Martyrdom of St. Peter Martyr c. 1727 Collection Gaetano Bartolozzi; England, John Trevor, Viscount Hampden (1794-1824); Montreal, Collection Richard Randall, by whom given to the DIA in 1966.
77.72 Troy, Jean Francois de, French, 1679-1752 Luncheon with Figures in Masquerade Dress 1724/1725 Paris, collection Marquis d'Aligre; Paris, auction (Palais Galliera) 8 Dec.,1975); Paris, Heim Gallery (dealer-1977) from whom purchased by the DIA in 1977.
47.400 Turchi, Alessandro, Italian, 1578-1649 Allegory of Hope c. 1630 London, Collection A. Robinson (ca. 1920); United Kingdom Collection Crosby A. Nicholson (n.d.); New York, Paul Drey Gallery (1947) from whom purchased by the DIA with gift of funds from Mr. & Mrs. Edgar B. Whitcomb.
65.9 Vaccaro, Domenico Antonio, Italian, 1678-1745 Solomon Worshiping the Pagan Gods c. 1700 France, private collection (n.d.); Nice, art market (sold 1960); Italy, private collection from whom purchased in 1965 by Colnaghi for the DIA.
75.65 Valenciennes, Pierre Henri de, French, 1750-1819 Landscape of Ancient Greece 1786 Paris, Hotel de la Place Concorde (1861); Paris, Collection Princesse du Polignac (1973); Paris, Galerie Heim-Gairac (dealer-1975) from whom purchased by the DIA in 1975.
73.100 Velazquez, Antonio Gonzalez, Spanish, 1723-1793 The Birth of the Virgin 1755/1757 Madrid, private collection (exh. as such in 1950); Madrid, auction (Duran) 9 May, 1972, lot 54, repr.; Rome, Enzo Constantini; Rome, Jan Dik (dealer-1973) from whom purchased by the DIA in 1973.
45.24 Velde, Esaias van de, Dutch, 1590-1630 The Highway Robbery c. 1623 New York, A. F. Mondschein (dealer-1945), secured by exchange for a painting by Sir William Beechey) from whom purchased by the DIA with gift of funds from Mr. & Mrs. Ernest Kanzler in 1945.
37.153 Veneziano, Niccolo di Pietro, Italian Saint John the Baptist 15th Century Amsterdam, Ksth. P. de Boer (dealer-1937) by whom given to the DIA in 1937.
58.289 Venne, Adriaen Pietersz van de, Dutch, 1589-1662 In the Farmyard 17th Century Gift of Frank L. Schick to the DIA in 1958.
1986.19 Venne, Adriaen Pietersz van de, Dutch, 1589-1662 Angry Blows 1625/1640 Czechoslovakia-then Mount Clemens, Collection Mr. & Mrs. Viktor Adam from whom purchased by the DIA in 1986.
34.191 Verdi, Francesco Ubertini, Italian, 1494 - 1557 Saint John the Baptist in the Wilderness 16th Century Amsterdam, auction Dukes of Oldenburg (Fr. Muller) 25 June, 1924; Amsterdam, Collection A. W. M. Mensing, by whom given to DIA in 1934.Painting shipped from Amsterdam on Oct. 5, 1934.
38.25 Verona, Turone da, Italian Crucifixion 1351 Vienna, private collection (n. d.); New York, E. & A. Silberman Gallery (1938) from whom purchased by the DIA in February 1938.
36.30 Veronese, Paolo, Italian, 1528-1588 The Muse of Painting 16th Century Westonbirt, U.K. Collection Sir George Holford until 1924; London, Thos. Agnew & Sons (dealer) from whom purchased by the Whitcombs in April, 1928; Detroit, Collection Mr. & Mrs Edgar Whitcomb, by whom given to the DIA in 1936.
79.187 Veyrassat, Jacques Jules, French, 1828-1893 Last Load of Wheat 1892 New York, auction (Sotheby Parke Bernet) 4 June, 1975, lot 167, bought by Mr. & Mrs. Bernard Walker; Bloomfield Hills, Collection Mr. & Mrs. Bernard Walker, by whom given to the DIA in 1979.
75.149 Vibert, Jehan Georges, French, 1840-1902 The View 19th Century New York, auction (Plaza) 31 Oct., 1946; Franklin, MI, Collection Mr. & Mrs. Merle V. Probst, by whom given to the DIA in 1975.
80.6 Vincent, Francois Andre, French, 1746-1816 Saint John the Evangelist 1793 Paris, Galerie de Beyser (dealer-1979-80) from whom purchased by the DIA in 1980.
F1984.37 Vincent, Francois Andre, French, 1746-1816 Gentleman in his Study late 18th/early 19th Century Paris, Jacques Fischer (dealer, n.d.); New York, Collection Frederick Cummings, by whom given to the DIA in 1984.
78.39 Vincent, Francois Andre, French, 1746-1816 President Mole Manhandled by Insurgents 1778/1779 Geneva, private collection (n.d.); London, Heim Gallery (dealer-1978) from whom purchased by the DIA in 1978.
59.449 Vliet, Willem van der, Dutch, 1548-1642 Two Peasants 1624 New York, Schaeffer Galleries (1959).
75.41 Vollon, Antoine, French, 1833-1900 Still Life with Chinese Rug and Fruit c. 1893 New York, Delbanco Arts (dealer-1975) from whom purchased by the DIA in 1975.
49.7 Vosmaer, Daniel, Dutch, 1650-1666 View of Den Briel 1658/1660 London, Gallery Anthony Reyre (dealer-n.d.); New York, Schaeffer Galleries (1949) from whom purchased by the DIA in 1949.
62.182 Vrancx, Sebastian, After, Flemish, 1573-1647 Soldiers and Peasants 17th Century New York, Collection Nicholas Roerich; Detroit, Collection Mr. & Mrs. A. D. Wilkinson, by whom given to the DIA in 1962.
64.119 Vries, Roelof van, Dutch, 1631-1681 Landscape with Hunter 1665/1670 U.K, collection Duke of Leeds (1902); London, auction (Sotheby's), 14 June, 1961, lot 30; London, Th. Agnew's (dealer-n.d.); Detroit, Collection Dr. & Mrs. Irving F. Burton, by whom given to the DIA in 1964.
64.120 Vries, Roelof van, Dutch, 1631-1681 Landscape with Carriage 1665/1670 U.K, collection Duke of Leeds (1902); London, auction (Sotheby's), 14 June, 1961, lot 30; London, Th. Agnew's (dealer-n.d.); Detroit, Collection Dr. & Mrs. Irving F. Burton, by whom given to the DIA in 1964.
57.236 Vuillard, Edouard, French, 1868-1940 The Billiard Room at the Chateau at Clayes c. 1930 Collection Edward Loeb, Paris; purchased from Galerie Andre Weil, 1953; Gift of Abraham L. Bienstock, 1957
41.57 Weenix, Jan Baptist, Dutch, 1621-1661 Italian Peasants and Ruins c. 1649 Gift of Mrs. John A. Bryant to the DIA in 1941
46.359 Weyden, Rogier van der, Workshop of, Flemish, 1399-1464 Saint Jerome in the Desert 1450/1465 Paris, auction Salamanca 3/6 June, 1867, lot 163; Paris, private collection (1936-38); New York, Seligmann Rey & Co. (dealer-1938-46) from whom purchased by the DIA in Dec., 1946 with gift of funds from Mr. & Mrs. Edgar B. Whitcomb. Also a citation of New York, private collection (1945???)
46.133 Wheatley, Francis, English, 1747-1801 The Wilkinson Family 1776/1778 London, Collection Mrs. M. C. Crowdy; London, Legatt Bros. (dealer-n.d); London, Tooth & Co. from whom purchased by Scott & Fowles); New York, Scott & Fowles (dealer-22 Dec. 1924 from whom purchased by J. E. Aldred); New York, auction J. E. Aldred (Parke-Bernet) 15 May, 1946, lot 45, where purchased by Scott & Fowles; New York, Scott & Fowles (dealer-1946) from whom purchased by the DIA in 1946
1985.31 Winck, Johann Christian Thomas, German, 1738-1797 The Agony in the Garden 1773 New York, auction (Christie's) 15 Jan., 1985, lot 47; New York, StairSainty-Matthiesen--dealer-1985) from whom purchased by the DIA in 1985.
37.1 Witte, Emanuel de, Dutch, 1617-1692 Interior of an Amsterdam Church during Sermon 1686 Selbourne, U.K, Collection E. Willliamson (n.d.); Dieren, D. Katz (dealer, 1936); New York, Schaeffer Galleries (1936-37) from whom purchased by the DIA in Jan. 1937.
37.152 Witte, Emanuel de, Dutch, 1617-1692 Interior of the Nieuwe Kerk at Delft 17th Century Lowenberg, Coll. Hohenzollern-Hechingen (n.d.); Hoevelaken, Collection van Aalst, by whom given to the DIA in 1937
41.1 Wohlgemut, Michael, German, 1434-1519 A Young Man 1486 New York, A. F. Mondschein (dealer-1940-41) from whom purchased by the DIA in Jan., 1941 with gift of funds from Mr. & Mrs. Ernest Kanzler.
68.295 Wouwerman, Phillips, Dutch, 1619-1668 Before the Hunt 17th Century Detroit, Collection Mr. & Mrs. Lawrence P. Fisher, by whom bequeathed to the DIA in 1968.
48.4 Wright, Joseph, English, 1734-1797 Matlock Tor by Moonlight 1778/1780 New York, Durlacher Bros. (dealer-1948) from whom purchased by the DIA in 1948.
F61.18 Wright, Thomas, English; active 1801-1842 Landscape in Wales 1809 Detroit, Collection Mr. & Mrs. William A. Fisher, by whom given to the DIA in 1961.
54.213 Zepp, Christian, German, 1749-1809 Huis Oudaen, Near Breukelen 1780 Abandoned at the DIA and accessioned in 1954. Depositor remains unidentified.
51.252 Ziem, Felix, French, 1821-1911 Venice 19th/20th Century Detroit, Collection Mr. & Mrs. K. T. Keller, by whom given to the DIA in 1951.
47.398 Zoffany, John, English, 1733-1810 Scene from "Love in a Village" 1767 New York, Scott & Fowles (dealer-1947) from whom purchased by the DIA with Whitcomb Fund.
45.453 Zorn, Anders Leonhard, Swedish, 1860-1920 Swedish Peasant Girl 1901 Gift of Mr. & Mrs. George Kamperman, to DIA in 1945.

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