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Neptun und Coenis / Neptune and Coenis

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Lost Art-ID478431
Permalinkhttp://www.lostart.de/EN/Fund/478431
Artist Unknown (Norddeutsche Schule, spätes 16. Jahrhundert, Nachfolger von Bartholomaeus Spranger (Hinrich Aldegrever?))
TitleNeptun und Coenis / Neptune and Coenis
Datingc. 1600
Type of objectPainting
Generic terms
  • Male person / figure
  • Female person / figure
  • mythological
Measures (ca.)  Height: 40.90 cm  Width: 31.50 cm 
Material / TechniqueOil : wood / painted
Descriptionon verso, upper left, typewritten label: “Bartholomäus Spranger. Anvers 1546–1627 Prag. Bilder von seiner Hand in allen grossen Museen der Welt. DM 850.-“; upper left, handwritten label: “1951/7”, “Fot”; upper right, label: “613”, “Regal 232”; centre left, inscribed in red and blue: “Wie 1951/7”; centre right, in black: “Aldegrever” [crossed out?]; lower left, in pencil: “Spranger”
AssetSchwabinger Kunstfund
Provenance(..)
Possible sale: Kunsthaus Heinrich Hahn, Frankfurt/Main, 16 April 1935, lot 57
(…)
Fr. G.. [?] (per auct. cat.)
Possible sale: Kunsthaus Heinrich Hahn, Frankfurt am Main, 25 June 1935, lot 104
(…)
By latest 1945: Hildebrand Gurlitt, Aschbach
1945–1950: Central Collecting Point Wiesbaden, no. WIE 1951/7
From 15 December 1950: Hildebrand Gurlitt, Dusseldorf
By descent to Cornelius Gurlitt, Munich/Salzburg
From 6 May 2014: Estate of Cornelius Gurlitt
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published since
9. December 2013
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