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Diver Walter E. Deaves
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Diver (54.122) — Walter E. Deaves

THE JEWISH CEMETERY
THE JEWISH CEMETERY

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THE JEWISH CEMETERY

Jacob Isaaksz van Ruisdael(Dutch, 1628-1682)

Date
c. 1654/1655
Medium
Oil on canvas
Dimensions
56 x 74 1/2 in. ( 142.2 x 189.2 cm) Framed: 67 3/4 x 85 1/8 x 5 1/2 in. (172.09 x 216.2 x 14.0 cm)
Department
European Painting
Classification
Paintings
Credit
Gift of Julius H. Haass in memory of his brother Dr. Ernest W. Haass
Accession No.
26.3
Provenance
Possibly Amsterdam auction (Beukelaar) 16 Sept., 1739, lot 88 (bought for fl. 11.10); Probably Amsterdam, auction, (Posthumus) 9 May, 1770, lot 2; Amsterdam, auction Pieter Locquet (van der Schley. . . Yver) 22 Sept., 1783, lot 315 (bought by Vallens for fl. 40); Paris, auction M. Marin (Lebrun) 22 March, 1790, lot 124 (bought by Lebrun for frs. 2000); Paris, auction Lebrun (G. J. Constantin) 15 January 1794, lot 14 (communication of 27/12/2004 from B. Fredericksen); Possibly Paris, Collection (Féréol) Bonnemaison (sometime after 1796); Paris, auction 1802 (sold for frs. 3,203); London, Collection Christian William Huygens, (acquired ca. 1815 from a Parisian banker for frs. 20,000); London, Collection George Gillow (also cited as Gillows) (acquired from Huygens); London, Collection Michael Zachary (acquired from Gillows's executers); London, auction M. M. Zachary (Phillips) 31 May, 1828, lot 51 (sold for 913-10-00); London, Collection Davis Mackintosh (1835); London, Anthony Reyre (dealer--ca. 1920, by whom sold to Romford); London, auction Romford (Christie's), 30 April, 1924, lot 353; Berlin, Leo Blumenreich & Frantz M. Zatzenstein (dealers--1925); Berlin, Galerie Matthiesen (dealer); Detroit, Collection Julius H. Haass, by whom presented to the DIA in 1926.
Keywords
canvas, oil, religion, judaism, landscape, allegory
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