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  Ambrosius Bosschaert the Elder
Flanders (now Belgium) (1573-1621)
Flowers in a Glass Vase c. 1615
Oil on panel
54 x 39.5 cm.
1983.279
Subject type: Still life
Labels/Marks: On back: (1) "Thos. Agnew and Sons Ltd. #45613/London/43 Old Bond St./Piccadilly, W1X 4BA" lower center; (2) "51" lower left; (3) "S348” lower left
Provenance: Duke of Northumberland; Thomas Agnew & Sons, Ltd., London; purchased by Cantor Arts Center, 1983
Bibliography: The Stanford Museum Centennial Handbook (Stanford, 1991), p. 70, repr.
  Thorald Brendstrup
Denmark (1812–1883)
The Artist's Wife c. 1835
Oil on canvas
41.6 x 32.5 x 1.7 cm.
1988.114
Subject type: Portrait
Provenance: By descent, family of the artist; Christie's, London, March 22, 1988; sold to Thomas Agnew & Sons, Ltd., London; purchased by Cantor Arts Center, 1988
  Thomas Buttersworth
Great Britain (active 1798–1827)
British Men of War in Distress c. 1815
Oil on canvas
51 x 71.5 cm
1979.8
Subject type: Marine
Signature/Inscription: “T. Buttersworth" lower left
Provenance: Captain and Mrs. Leon S. Goltzer, Palo Alto, CA; by gift to Cantor Arts Center, 1979
  Thomas Buttersworth
Great Britain (active 1798–1827)
Shipping in the English Channel c. 1815
Oil on canvas
51 x 61 cm.
1979.7
Subject type: Marine
Signature/Inscriptions: "T. Buttersworth" lower right
Provenance: Captain and Mrs. Leon S. Goltzer, Palo Alto, CA; by gift to Cantor Arts Center, 1979
Exhibition history: Cantor Arts Center, Europe 15th-18th Century Gallery, 25 March–17 October 2005
  Ludovico Cardi, called Il Cigoli
Italy (1559-1613)
Salome with the Head of John the Baptist c. 1610
Oil on canvas
97.5 x 78 cm.
1980.44
Subject type: Religious
Provenance: Christie's, London; purchased by Cantor Arts Center, 1980
  Follower of Caravaggio
Italy
Boy with Feather in his Cap
Oil on canvas
41.2 x 34.3 cm.
1970.85
Subject type: Portrait
Provenance: Private collection, New York, by 1920's; sold to Arthur U. Newton Galleries, New York City; sold to Mr. and Mrs. Stewart M. Marshall, Palo Alto, California, 1955; by gift to Cantor Arts Center, 1970
Exhibition history: From Classical Greece to Early 20th Century: Selections from the Stanford University Museum of Art and the de Saisset Museum, de Saisset Museum, Santa Clara University, Santa Clara, CA, 6 April 1993–31 December 1996
  Attributed to Emma Ciardi
Italy (1879-1933)
Venetian Seascape with Figures
Oil on board
18.44 x 20.9 cm.
1968.21
Subject type: Landscape
Provenance: William G. Mantell; by bequest to Cantor Arts Center, 1968
  Jules Coignet
France (1798–1860)
The Abbey at Jumièges c. 1838–47
Oil on paper on canvas
29.8 x 40.7 cm.; 44 x 54.2 x 5.5 cm. (with frame)
1986.380
Subject type: Landscape
Provenance: Henry Strachey (dealer), London; purchased by Cantor Arts Center, 1986
Exhibition history: Searches, Terrors, Dreams: Romantic Themes in Art, T.W. Stanford Art Gallery, 8 February–1 May 1988; Recent Acquisitions 1984–1990, T.W. Stanford Art Gallery, 11 September–21 October 1990
Bibliography: The Stanford Museum Journal, XVI-XVII, 1986-87, p. 21 (repr.)
  Nicolas Colombel
France (1644-1717)
Moses Defending the Daughters of Jethro c. 1686
Oil on canvas
122 x 72 cm.
1980.43
Subject type: Religious
Provenance: Sir Robert Gayer, Great Britain, purchased in Italy, 1686; his sale, Grinling Gibbons and Parry Walton (dealers), Banqueting House, Whitehall, May 11, 1686; sale, Christie's, London, July 19, 1974, no. 158, to Julius Weitzner (dealer), London; Heim Gallery, London; purchased by Cantor Arts Center from Julius Weitzner, 1980
Exhibition history: Body Language: The Human Form in Art, T.W. Stanford Art Gallery, 16 July 1996–27 April 1997; Cantor Arts Center, Europe 15th-18th Century Gallery, 21 January 1998–12 April 2006; Conflict and Art, Cantor Arts Center, 7 June 2006–27 August 2006
Bibliography: The Stanford Museum Centennial Handbook (Stanford, 1991), p. 73, repr.; Paul Duro, The Academy and the Limits of Painting in Seventeenth-century France, Cambridge University Press, p. 3 (repr.)
  Jacques Courtois, called Il Bourgignon
France (1621–1676)
Battle with a Warrior Wielding a Mace
Oil on copper
16.7 x 21.8 cm.
1996.56.1
Subject type: Military
Provenance: Mr. & Mrs. John A. Hooper, Portola Valley, California; by gift to Cantor Arts Center, 1996
Bibliography: E. L. Holt, "The Jesuit Battle-Painter: Jacques Courtois (le
Bourguignon), Apollo (March, 1969), p. 212-23
  Jacques Courtois, called Il Bourgignon
France (1621–1676)
Battle with Trumpeter on a White Horse
Oil on copper
16.9 x 22.0 cm.
1996.56.2
Subject type: Military
Provenance: Mr. & Mrs. John A. Hooper, Portola Valley, California; by gift to Cantor Arts Center, 1996
Bibliography: Bibliography: E. L. Holt, "The Jesuit Battle-Painter: Jacques Courtois (le Bourguignon)," Apollo (March, 1969), p. 212-23
  Lucie Cousturier
France (1876–1925)
St. Tropez c. 1891
Oil on canvas
54 x 64.8 cm.
1970.7
Subject type: Landscape
Provenance: Galerie René Drouet, Paris; B. Gerald Cantor; by gift to Cantor Arts Center, 1970
Exhibition history: President Gerhard Casper's Office, Stanford University, 27 September 1996–30 September 1997
  Cornelis van Dalem
Flanders (now Belgium) (1535-1576)
Landscape with Adam and Eve c. 1564
Oil on panel
75.6 x 96.1 cm.
1959.72
Subject type: Religious, landscape
Provenance: Silvertop family, Newcastle, Great Britain; Harry Sperling, New York City; F. Kleinberger and Co., New York City; sold to Mr. & Mrs. Prentis Cobb Hale, San Francisco, 1959; by gift to Cantor Arts Center, 1959
Bibliography: The Stanford Museum Centennial Handbook (Stanford, 1991), p. 69, repr.; John LaPlante, "The Stanford Museum and Art Gallery," The Art Journal, 21, 1961–62, p. 198 repr., XXI
  Charles-François Daubigny
France (1817–1878)
Valley of the Arques, Normandy 1871–75
Oil on canvas
63 x 92 cm.
1982.201
Subject type: Landscape
Signature/Inscriptions: "Daubigny" lower left, black paint
Provenance: Private collection, Aix-en-Provence, France; Galerie du Fleuve, Paris; purchased by Cantor Arts Center, 1982
Exhibition history: Collecting for Stanford: Recent Acquisitions, T.W. Stanford Art Gallery, 11 January–20 February 1983; The Forest of Fontainebleau and Its Artists, Stanford University Museum of Art, 14 January–20 April 1986; Cantor Arts Center, Gallery, Europe & USA 19th Century Gallery, 21 January 1999–3 December 2000; Cantor Arts Center, Europe & USA 19th Century Gallery, 29 July 2001–present
Bibliography: CFA Annual Meeting, May 1983, The Stanford Museum, XII-XIII, 1982–3, p. 24; The Stanford Museum Centennial Handbook (Stanford, 1991), p. 86, repr.
  Georg Decker
Hungary (c. 1819-1894)
Portrait of Karl Ritter von Henikstein
c. 1848
Oil on paper mounted on board
1981.197
Subject type: Portrait
Provenance: Private collection, Austria; sold to Christian M. Nebehay (dealer), Vienna, 1979; purchased by Cantor Arts Center, 1981
  Maurice Denis
France (1870–1943)
Fountain in Villa Medici at Night 1904
Oil on board
23.2 x 34.4 cm.
1983.92
Subject type: Landscape
Signature/Inscriptions: “MD" lower left
Provenance: Galerie Druet, France, no. 1135, sold to Etienne Moreau-Nelaton, 1904; sale Ader-Picard-Tajan, Drouot, December 2, 1977; Auction Versailles, February 26, 1978, no. 160; sold to Blache; Sabine Helms (dealer), Munich (as Fountain in Villa Borghese); purchased by Cantor Arts Center, 1983
Exhibition history: Art around 1900, Stanford University Museum of Art, October 16–1 December 1984; Cantor Arts Center, Europe & USA 19th Century Gallery, 28 July 1999–5 December 2001
Bibliography: The Stanford Museum 1982–1983, vol. XII, XIII, illus. p. 25
Other information: aka Fountain in Villa Borghese
  André Derain
France (1880–1954)
Canal, France 1925
Oil on canvas
33 x 39.6 cm.
1962.255
Subject type: Landscape
Signature/Inscriptions: "a. derain" lower left
Provenance: Fred Maxwell (dealer), San Francisco; by gift to Cantor Arts Center, 1962
  André Derain
France (1880–1954)
Still Life with Fruit c. 1938
Oil on canvas
66 x 82 cm.; 82.5 x 98.7 x 6.0 cm. (with frame)
1984.236
Subject type: Still life
Signature/Inscriptions: "a. derain" lower right
Provenance: Marie Harriman, New York City; Stoppenbach and Delestre, Ltd., London; purchased by Cantor Arts Center, 1984
Exhibition history: Derain: Retrospective Exhibition, Musée d'Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris, 8 November 1994–15 March 1995; Cantor Arts Center, Europe & USA Early Modern Gallery, 21 January 1999–1 June 2001
Bibliography: Andre Derain: Paintings and Drawings, Theo Waddington & Co., Inc., New York 1981 (exhibition catalogue); Jane Lee, "Painting as Divination: A Still Life by André Derain", The Stanford Museum, XIV-XV, 1984–85, pp. 2-8
  Felix Maria Diogg
Switzerland (1764-1834)
Portrait of a Young Artist c. 1800
Oil on canvas
61 x 49.5 cm.
1972.145
Subject type: Portrait
Provenance: Heim Gallery, London; purchased by Cantor Arts Center, 1972
Exhibition history: Body Language: The Human Form in Art, T.W. Stanford Art Gallery, 16 July 1996–27 April 1997
  Carlo Dolci
Italy (1616-1686)
Madonna in Glory c. 1670
Oil on canvas
117 x 97 cm. (octagonal; sight)
1970.103
Subject type: Religious
Provenance: Commissioned by Filippo Franceschi(?), Florence; Giuseppe Henery, Ireland; The Duke of Marlborough, Blenheim Palace, Woodstock; his sale, Christie, Manson & Woods, August 7, 1886, lot 648; sold to Thomas Agnew & Sons, Ltd., London; Earl of Swinton, Swinton Park, Yorkshire; his sale, Sotheby's, May 8, 1968, lot 66; Central Picture Galleries, New York City, by 1970; purchased by Cantor Arts Center, 1970
Exhibition history: Chasing History: Art and Provenance, Cantor Arts Center, 9 August–26 November 2006
Bibliography: Dr. Waagen, Treasures of Art in Great Britain (London, 1854), vol. 3, pp. 124-125
  Follower of Gaspard Dughet
Italy
Landscape
Oil on canvas
99.2 x 136.7 cm.
1969.202
Subject type: Landscape
Provenance: Mrs. Hugh T. Dobbins; by gift to Oakland Museum of Art; by exchange with Oakland Museum of Art, 1969
  School of Anthony van Dyck
Flanders (now Belgium) (1599-1641)
Jan van de Wouwer
Oil on canvas
49 x 41 cm.
1970.92
Subject type: Portrait
Provenance: Arthur U. Newton Galleries, New York City; sold to Mr. and Mrs. Stewart M. Marshall, Palo Alto, California; by gift to Cantor Arts Center, 1970
Bibliography: Susan J. Barnes et al, Van Dyck – A Complete Catalogue of the Paintings, see p. 364; European Paintings, The Stanford Art Gallery presents a Loan Collection of Stanford University, April 1951, no. 13, ill. p. 2
  Johan-Georg Edlinger
Germany (1741–1819)
Self-Portrait 1780
Oil on canvas
59.5 x 45.5 cm.
1986.22
Subject type: Portrait
Signature/Inscriptions: "Joh. Gg./Edlinger/Fecit 1780/Sein Eigen/Portrat" upper right; "sein eigen Porträt" upper right
Provenance: Radspieler Collection, Munich; Julius Bohler (dealer), Munich; purchased by Cantor Arts Center, 1986
Exhibition history: Question, Cantor Arts Center, 14 July 2004–2 January 2005
Bibliography: The Stanford Museum, XVI-XVII, 1986–87
  William Etty
Great Britain (1787-1849)
A Woman Seen from Behind c. 1835
Oil on panel
22.8 x 20 cm.
1987.97
Subject type: Portrait
Provenance: Ray Murphy, New York City; Christie's, London, November 22, 1985; sold to Thomas Agnew & Sons, Ltd., London; purchased by Cantor Arts Center, 1987
Bibliography: The Stanford Museum Journal, XVI-XVII, 1986-87, p. 21 (repr.)
  Giacomo Favretto
Italy (1849–1887)
A Square in Venice c. 1883
Oil on board
12 x 19.7 cm.; 21.3 x 28.9 x 1.3 cm. (frame)
1988.160
Subject type: Landscape
Provenance: Sotheby's, New York City; purchased by Cantor Arts Center, 1980
Exhibition history: 800-900 Pittura, Rome, 1933(?); Esposizione di Pittura Italiana dell'800, Chicago, 1934, No. 139(?); Recent Acquisitions, 1984–1990, T.W. Stanford Art Gallery, 11 September–21 October 1990; Cantor Arts Center, Europe & USA 19th Century Gallery, 11 July - 3 December 2000; Chasing History: Art and Provenance, Cantor Arts Center, 9 August–26 November 2006


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