attributed to Søren Kiær after Gillis Coignet (I)

Sine Cerere et Baccho friget Venus (Terentius, Eunuch, 4:732)
Stockholm, , inv./ NM385
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part of a series

The painting is identified as part of a series of seven paintings that according to an inventory from 1636 in the room of the queen dowager at Frederiksborg Palace in Denmark would have been. According to this inventory the painting is by Søren Kiaer. Three paintings from this series are preserved and are in the collection of the National Museum in Stockholm (Heiberg/Fritzboeger 1988, p. 75).
panel, oil paint
rectangle (landscape format) 166 x 242 cm
Current attribution
attributed to Søren Kiær
based on an inventory of 1636 (Heiberg/Fritzboeger 1988, p. 75).
after Gillis Coignet (I)
Rejected attribution
free after Gillis Coignet (I)
In catalogue Nationalmuseum Stockholm 1990, p. 83, as a free copy after Gillis Coignet
attributed to Michiel van Mierevelt
Exact or approximate dating of the described art work; the search parameters adopted for this art work in this database, are found in brackets.
1609 - 1628
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  • based on
    Raphael Sadeler (I)
    Raphael Sadeler I after Gillis Coignet, engraving 199 x 246 mm, Venus, Bacchus and Ceres. See: Hollstein, Dutch and Flemish etchings, engravings and woodcuts, vol. 21, p. 248, no. 175 en vol. 22, p. 200, ill.

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Entered on: 2005-09-16; Last modification: 2016-02-25


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