Revelers in an Inn
Cornelis Dusart (Dutch, 1660–1704)
Bartsch 15, iii/iii; Le Blanc III.423.14; Hollstein vi.56.15
27 x 25 cm (10 5/8 x 9 13/16 in.)
Medium or Technique
Etching with rocker stippling
Not On View
Other title: The Sitting Violin Player.
In plate at bottom: Rusticus ex animo non pullus Hijpocritica. gaudet.
In plate R (at top of broadside hanging from chimney): TUL-PAAN / EN / HYACINTEN
In plate R (at top of broadside hanging from chimney): Corn dusart / 1685
Later inscriptions or marks: Recto LL in graphite pencil: Cornl. Dusart. sculp / -1635- [erroneous transcription of date]
Recto LR stamped in black ink-- unidentified collector’s mark [CAP?, GAPO?]
Verso UL in graphite pencil: 1 1/2
Verso LC in graphite pencil: LeBl. III.423.14.
Verso LC in graphite pencil: The sitting violin player
Verso LC in graphite pencil: 2d state
PDP Watermark Type: Arms of Amsterdam with IV countermark
William P. Babcock (1826-1899, born in Boston, lived in Paris, Lugt 207); acquired by bequest to the MFA, 12 June 1900.
Bequest of William Perkins Babcock