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Christ and the Samaritan Woman

Jan Joris van Vliet (Netherlandish, born about 1610), After Joris van Schooten (Dutch, 1587–1651)


Catalogue Raisonné

Bartsch 11; Dutuit 11; Hollstein 11, only state

Dimensions

Sheet: 26.8 × 21.2 cm (10 9/16 × 8 3/8 in.)

Accession Number

2018.3157

Medium or Technique

Etching

Not On View

Classifications

Prints

Markings

watermark: crowned shield

Provenance

1836, Alexandre-Pierre-François Robert-Dumesnil (b. 1778 – d. 1864; Lugt 2200); April 12–14, 1836, Robert-Dumesnil sale, Phillips, London, lot 385. Ernst Theodor Rodenacker (b. around 1840 – d. before 1894; Lugt 2438), Danzig; June 15, 1897, posthumous Rodenacker sale, C. G. Boerner, Leipzig, lot 613, sold for M 45.50. Rudolf Philip Goldschmidt (b. about 1840 – d. 1914; Lugt 2926), Berlin; October 6–11, 1917, posthumous Goldschmidt sale, Prestel, Frankfurt am Main, lot 1378. Paul Davidsohn (b. 1839 – d. 1924?; Lugt 654), Berlin; April 26–29, 1921, Davidsohn sale, C. G. Boerner, Leipzig, lot 1378. December 13, 2017, anonymous sale, Ader, Nordmann, Paris, lot 58, to James A. Bergquist (dealer), Newton, MA; 2018, sold by Bergquist to the MFA. (Accession Date: December 12, 2018)

Credit Line

Katherine E. Bullard Fund