One of a pair of plates (pannekoek)

Dutch (Delft)
about 1700-1715
Artist Unknown


Diameter: 17.5 cm (6 7/8 in.)

Accession Number


Medium or Technique

Tin-glazed earthenware

On View

Art of the Netherlands in the 17th Century Gallery (Gallery 242)





Plate decorated in petit-feu colors: blue, green, red, and yellow in the style of ‘famille verte’ Kangxi porcelain depicting a garden scene with a tall woman holding large flowering branch, standing inside a fanced enclosure within a rustic landscape with flying birds and insects and a dancing child. At the left is a table with a floral arrangement.


Three labels on one:

"Stodel Collection / DA 101"
"SS 6612"
"Collection G. Ephis / DEL 292"

The other plate has two labels: "Stodel Collection / DA 101"
"Collection G. Ephis / DEL 293"




1993, sold by Salomon Stodel (dealer), Amsterdam to the G. Ephis collection (private collector), France; 2012, sold by the G. Ephis collection to the MFA. (Accession Date: October 24, 2012).

Credit Line

The G. Ephis Collection—Museum purchase with funds donated anonymously, Charles Bain Hoyt Fund, John H. and Ernestine A. Payne Fund, Mary S. and Edward J. Holmes Fund, William Francis Warden Fund, Tamara Petrosian Davis Sculpture Fund, John Lowell Gardner Fund, Seth K. Sweetser Fund, H. E. Bolles Fund, and funds by exchange from the Kiyi and Edward M. Pflueger Collection-Bequest of Edward M. Pflueger and Gift of Kiyi Powers Pflueger