Organ (regal)

Provenance

Before 1920, sold by source unidentified, probably in Europe, to Edward F. Searles (1841-1920), Methuen, Massachusetts; by 1920, by inheritance to B. Allen Rowland (1910-1991), New Castle, New Hampshire; 1981, gift of the estate of B. Allen Rowland¸ Lawrence, Massachusetts, to the MFA. (Accession Date: January 22, 1992)

Credit Line

The Edward F. Searles Musical Instrument Collection; Gift of Edward S. Rowland, Benjamin A. Rowland, Jr., George B. Rowland, Daniel B. Rowland, Rodney D. Rowland and M.A. Swedlund in memory of their father, Benjamin Allen Rowland

Organ (regal)

  • 1692
  • Marked by Simon Bauer, German, active late 17th century
Southern Germany or Austria
Dimensions
Length 65.7 cm, width 18.9 cm, case height 9.9 cm (Length 25 7/8 in., width 7 7/16 in., case height 3 7/8 in.)
Medium or Technique
Walnut
Classification
Musical instruments
Accession Number
1981.746
On view
Musical Instruments Gallery - 103D

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