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Isaac van Ostade and Adriaen van Ostade and Cornelis Dusart

Woman cleaning fish in the backyard
Amsterdam, Rijksmuseum, inv./cat.nr. A 3339
<a class="recordlink artists" href="/explore/artists/61083" title="Isaac van Ostade"><span class="text">Isaac van Ostade</span></a> and <a class="recordlink artists" href="/explore/artists/61082" title="Adriaen van Ostade"><span class="text">Adriaen van Ostade</span></a> and <a class="recordlink artists" href="/explore/artists/25070" title="Cornelis Dusart"><span class="text">Cornelis Dusart</span></a> <a class="recordlink artists" href="/explore/artists/61083" title="Isaac van Ostade"><span class="text">Isaac van Ostade</span></a> and <a class="recordlink artists" href="/explore/artists/61082" title="Adriaen van Ostade"><span class="text">Adriaen van Ostade</span></a> and <a class="recordlink artists" href="/explore/artists/25070" title="Cornelis Dusart"><span class="text">Cornelis Dusart</span></a> <a class="recordlink artists" href="/explore/artists/61083" title="Isaac van Ostade"><span class="text">Isaac van Ostade</span></a> and <a class="recordlink artists" href="/explore/artists/61082" title="Adriaen van Ostade"><span class="text">Adriaen van Ostade</span></a> and <a class="recordlink artists" href="/explore/artists/25070" title="Cornelis Dusart"><span class="text">Cornelis Dusart</span></a>
provenance
whereabouts
Object information
Object category
painting
Support/medium
panel, oil paint
Shape/dimensions
rectangle (portrait format) 45 x 36 cm
Current attribution
Isaac van Ostade
Bron: Fred G. Meijer (2018)
and Adriaen van Ostade
Bron: Fred G. Meijer (2018)
and Cornelis Dusart
Bron: Fred G. Meijer (2018)
Rejected attribution
Hendrik Potuyl
possibly Bartholomeus Maton
Bron: Sturla J. Gudlaugsson
Date
Exact or approximate dating of the described art work; the search parameters adopted for this art work in this database, are found in brackets.
1645 - 1704
According to Fred G. Meijer Isaac van Ostade started this paining in the late 1640s, shortly before his death in 1649, after which his brother Adriaen continued working on it. Most likely it was finished after his death by Cornelis Dusart. (correspondence June 2018)
Provenance
Exhibitions and literature
Visual documentation
Entered on: 1999-11-01; Last modification: 2018-06-21

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