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Jan van Huijsum

Roses and other flowers in a terracotta pot, 1742 gedateerd
Schwerin, Staatliches Museum Schwerin, [..]
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Illustration number 1001213789
Dimensions: 553x650 pixels
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<a class="recordlink artists" href="/explore/artists/40849" title="Jan van Huijsum"><span class="text">Jan van Huijsum</span></a>
Illustration number 1001213790
Dimensions: 520x650 pixels
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<a class="recordlink artists" href="/explore/artists/40849" title="Jan van Huijsum"><span class="text">Jan van Huijsum</span></a>
Illustration number 0000176241
Dimensions: 2303x2726 pixels
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Object information
Object category
painting
Physical connection
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pendant

Support/medium
copper, oil paint
Shape/dimensions
rectangle (portrait format) 47 x 40,5 cm
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Current attribution
Jan van Huijsum
Date
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dated 1742 (1742)
according to letters regarding the commission, painted in intervals between 1740 and 1743. (Segal, 2006)
Created in
Amsterdam
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Provenance
Commissioned by
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Mecklenburg, Christian Ludwig II hertog von
commissioned by the duke via his agent, A.N. van Haften. The painting and its pendant (117794) are well documented in correspondence between the artist, the Duke and the Duke's agent between 1740 and 1744.
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Creation date: 2008-10-03; Last modified date: 2019-12-16

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