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Gerrit Adriaensz Berckheyde
The Fish Market and the Grote Kerk at Haarlem

K1966
3181
c. 1675-80
oil on panel
Painting
45.1 x 42.5 cm (17-3/4 x 16-3/4 in)
Heyden, Jan van der, 1637-1712
Etienne-Fran├žois, duc de Choiseul [1719-1785]; (sale, Paris, April 1772, no. 79, as by Jan van der Heyden). Gerrit Mykker, Amsterdam; (sale, Albertus Brondgeest et. al., Amsterdam, 2 April 1827, no. 24, as Jan van der Heyden and Adriaen van de Velde). Marie-Caroline-Ferdinande-Louise de Naples, duchess de Berry [1798-1870]; (her sale, Christie's, London, April 1834, no. 74, unsold); (her sale, Me. Bataillard, Paris, 4 April 1837, no. 71); Durand Duclos. Charles John Howard, 17th Earl of Suffolk [1804-1876]; (his sale, Christie's, London, 9 June 1877, no. 132); (P & D Colnaghi, London). Leopold de Rothschild [1845-1917]; his wife. Baron Lionel Nathan de Rothschild [1882-1942], Exbury, Hampshire, by 1854 as by van der Heyden; by inheritance to his son, Edmund Leopold de Rothschild [1916-2009], Exbury; sold 1947 to (Frank Partridge and Sons, London). [1] (Harry G. Sperling, New York), in 1947 as by Jan van der Heyden; [2] (F. Kleinberger and Co., New York); sold 22 June 1953 to the Samuel H. Kress Foundation as Jan van der Heyden; gift 1961 to North Carolina Museum of Art, no. GL.60.17.69. [1] Duchess de Berry and Rothschild provenance information was kindly provided by Michael Hall, curator to Lionel de Rothschild. [2] Exhibited at The Wadsworth Atheneum, Hartford, A Loan Exhibition of Fifty Painters of Architecture, 30 October -7 December 1947, Cat. No. 25, pI. II.
GL.60.17.69
1966
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