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after Robert Campin or attributed to Jacques Daret

Portrait of Louise of Savoy as Sibylla Agrippa, ca. 1525
Georgetown (Washington D.C.), Dumbarton Oaks [..]
Object information
Object category
painting
Support/medium
panel (oak), oil paint
Shape/dimensions
rectangle (portrait format) 49,5 x 35,5 cm
Signature/inscription
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Current attribution
after Robert Campin
Thürlemann 2002
or attributed to Jacques Daret
Bron: M.J. Friedländer (1910)
volgens eigehandige notitie M.J. Friedländer op reproductie in foto-archief: ' 1910 = J. Daret?'; zie ook bij literatuur: Châtelet 1996
Rejected attribution
possibly Robert Campin
Bron: (volgens eigenhandige notitie M.J. Friedländer op reproductie in foto-archief: '= Flémalle Mst?=')
Anoniem (Bourgogne-Franche-Comté (regio)) ca. 1525
zie bij veiling: Parijs 1900
Date
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c. 1525 (1520 - 1530)
Thürlemann dateert het portret ca. 1525, Châtelet dateert het portret ca. 1430-1440 (zie bij literatuur)
Artistically related
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  • after unknown original
    Robert Campin
  • based on
    studio of Robert Campin
    tekening in Parijs Musée du Louvre, Cabinet des dessins, inv.nr. 20.669

    het portret is gedeeltelijk gebaseerd op de figuur van de vrouwelijke donor op deze tekening (zie Thürlemann 2002, p. 202 en 325-326, cat.nr. III.F.5, afb.)

  • related to

    schilderij in Verona, Museo del Castelvecchio, inv.nr. 589

    volgens eigenhandige notitie M.J. Friedländer op reproductie in foto-archief: ' Cf. Verona / (Goldschmidt)

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Entered on: 2005-01-11; Last modification: 2015-08-30

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