Gerrit Adriaensz Berckheyde
The Fish Market and the Grote Kerk at Haarlem
oil on panel
45.1 x 42.5 cm (17-3/4 x 16-3/4 in)
Etienne-François, 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).  (Harry G. Sperling, New York), in 1947 as by Jan van der Heyden;  (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.  Duchess de Berry and Rothschild provenance information was kindly provided by Michael Hall, curator to Lionel de Rothschild.  Exhibited at The Wadsworth Atheneum, Hartford, A Loan Exhibition of Fifty Painters of Architecture, 30 October -7 December 1947, Cat. No. 25, pI. II.