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  Louis Finson (Ludovicus Finsonius)
Flanders (now Belgium) (c. 1580–1617)
David
Oil on canvas
86.4 x 68.6 cm.
1955.1
Subject type: Religious
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, 1955
Exhibition history: Cantor Arts Center, Europe 15th-18th Century Gallery, 23 June 2003–31 July 2006; Chasing History: Art and Provenance, Cantor Arts Center, 9 August–26 November 2006
  Henry Fuseli
Switzerland (1741-1825)
Adam and Eve c. 1796-99
Oil on canvas
81 x 65 cm.; 101.6 x 88.9 x 8.8 cm. (with frame)
1971.38
Subject type: Religious
Labels/Marks: Labels on back – “Meissner Gallery”, “Geo Dohie & Son, Painter, Decorators and Gilders (Victorian)"
Provenance: Pierre Koller, Bern; Kurt Meissner (dealer), Zurich, 1970; purchased by Cantor Arts Center, 1971
Exhibition history: Stanford University Museum of Art, European Painting Gallery, 1974–1975, Spring 1976; Hogarth to Blake: British Art of the Eighteenth Century, T.W. Stanford Art Gallery, 18 December 1984–24 March 1985; Johann Heinrich Füssli-Das Verlorene Paradies, Staatsgalerie Stuttgart, Germany, 27 September 1997–11 January 1998
Bibliography: G. Schiff, Johann Heinrich Füssli, 1741–1825 (Zurich, 1973), vol. 1, p. 633, no. 1761; Christopher Becker, Johann Heinrich Füssli-Das Verlorene Paradies, 27 September 1997–11 January 1998, Staatsgalerie Stuttgart, Germany, exhibition catalogue, no. 38, p. 38 (ill.)"
  Circle of Agnolo Gaddi
Italy (c. 1300-1366)
Madonna and Child with Four Saints and Two Angels c. 1390
Tempera on panel
108.6 x 52.7 cm.
1958.79
Subject type: Religious
Provenance: Mr. & Mrs. Stewart M. Marshall, Palo Alto, California; by gift to Cantor Arts Center, 1958
  Ubaldo Gandolfi
Italy (1728-1781)
Head of a Woman
Oil on canvas
44.8 x 34.5 cm.
1977.183
Subject type: Portrait
Provenance: Private collection, Bristol; sold to Hazlitt Gooden & Fox, Ltd., London, 1974-1977; purchased by Cantor Arts Center, 1977
Exhibition history: Beauties: Artists in Love, T.W. Stanford Art Gallery, 23 January–18 March 1979
 

After J. Gaujet (?)
France
Moroccan Hawking Scene
Oil on canvas
137.5 x 111.8 cm.
1974.257
Subject type: Genre
Provenance: Mrs. Frank E. Buck, Menlo Park, California; by gift to Cantor Arts Center, 1974

  Théodore Gericault
France (1791–1824)
Bay Horse in a Stable c. 1814
Oil on canvas
37.5 x 45.7 cm.; 56.5 x 64.2 x 7 cm. (frame)
1974.1
Subject type: Animal
Provenance: Given by artist to Leon Cogniet, France; Dr. Lucas Lichtenhahn, Basel, Switzerland, 1954; Dr. Theo Arnschwand, Solothurn, Switzerland, 1970; Dr. Francois Jacob, Geneva; Sotheby Parke Bernet, New York City, October 10, 1973, lot 89; purchased by Cantor Arts Center, 1974
Exhibition history: Museum Gallery Alcove, January 1974; GERICAULT: Romantic Paintings and Drawings, California Palace of the Legion of Honor, Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco, 28 January–26 March 1989
Bibliography: L. Eitner, "A Rediscovered Painting by Géricault at Stanford," The Stanford Museum, vol. IV-V, 1975; L. Eitner and S. Nash, Géricault 1791-1824, exhibition catalogue, The Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco, California Palace of the Legion of Honor, San Francisco, 1989, cat. no. 6
  Marcus Gheeraerts the Younger
Denmark (1561–1635)
Portrait of a Man in Classical Dress
c. 1610
Oil on panel
53.3 x 44.3 cm. (octagonal)
1977.181
Subject type: Portrait
Provenance: Brother of Lord Kinnard; Hazlitt, Gooden & Fox, London; purchased by Cantor Arts Center, 1977
Exhibition history: Question, Cantor Arts Center, 14 July 2004–2 January 2005
Bibliography: Karen Hearn, Marcus Gheeraerts II Elizabethan Artist in Focus, (Tate Publishing, 2002), p. 27, no. 18 (repr.)
Other information: Subject is probably William Herbert, 3rd Earl of Pembroke
  Follower of Jan van Goyen (Adrian van der Koppel?)
Holland (1596–1656)
View near Scheveningen
Oil on panel
40.8 x 54.4 cm.
1961.76
Subject type: Landscape
Provenance: Baron Kuffner, Czexhoslovakia; Paul Drey Gallery (as Aelbert Cuyp); purchased by Cantor Arts Center, 1961
Other information: Has been attributed to Aelbert Cuyp
  Francesco Guardi
Italy (1712–1793)
Landscape with Ruins
Oil on canvas
171.1 x 184.2 cm.
1941.270
Subject type: Landscape
Provenance: Adolfo Loewi (dealer), Venice; sold to Mortimer C. Leventritt, San Francisco and Venice; by gift to Cantor Arts Center, 1941
Exhibition history: The Guardi Family, _________, Houston, Texas, 1958; The Arts of Venice in the Eighteenth Century, Stanford Museum of Art, 1973; Venice in the Eighteenth Century, T.W. Stanford Art Gallery, 5 October–19 December 1982
Bibliography: Guiseppe Fiocco, Franceso Guardi, Firenze. N.D., no. 43, pl. 33; Mortimer C. Levetritt Collection of Far Eastern and European Art Catalog, p. 100, no. 270, repr.; John D. La Plante, "The Stanford Museum and Art Gallery," The Art Journal, Spring 1962, XXI 3, fig. 16; Antonio Morassi, Guardi. Antonio e Francesco Guardi, ca. 1970, vol. I, p. 442, no. 707; "Capriccio Architettonico con preminenza di Rovine Romane; ill. fig 676; The Stanford Museum, XVIII-XIX, 1988–89, p. 11, fig. 3
  Gavin Hamilton
Great Britain (1723–1798)
Hebe Giving Drink to the Eagle of Jupiter c. 1767
Oil on canvas
127 x 94 cm.
1972.149
Subject type: Mythology
Provenance: John Cecil, 5th Earl of Exeter (1648?–1700); Sir Hamlyn Williams Drummond, Edwinsford, Carmarthenshire, Great Britain; Daniell, Lampeter, September 15, 1971, lot 465; sold to Thomas Agnew & Sons, Ltd., London; purchased by Cantor Arts Center, 1972
Exhibition history: Stanford University Museum of Art, Spring 1976; Stanford University Museum of Art, European Gallery, 1978; Stanford University Museum of Art, Foyer, October 1979; Stanford University Museum of Art, Early Modern Gallery, _______; Hogarth to Blake: British Art of the Eighteenth Century, T.W. Stanford Art Gallery, 18 December 1984–24 March 1985; Body Language: The Human Form in Art, 16 July 1996–27 April 1997, T.W. Stanford Art Gallery; Cantor Arts Center, Europe 15th–18th Century Gallery, 21 January 1999–17 December 2001
Bibliography: Brenden Cassidy, “Gavin Hamilton’s Hebe,” Cantor Arts Center Journal, vol. 5 (2006-2007), 15¬–22
  William Hamilton, R.A.
Great Britain (1751–1801)
Lavinia and her Mother 1792
Oil on canvas
152.4 x 123.2 cm.
1972.147
Subject type: Literature
Signature/Inscriptions: "Wm Hamilton R.A. 1792", lower right
Provenance: Thomas Agnew & Sons, Ltd., London; purchased by Cantor Arts Center, 1972
Exhibition history: Question, Cantor Arts Center, 14 July 2004–2 January 2005
  Henri Hayden
France (1883–1970)
Still Life with Brioche 1914
Oil on canvas
61 x 45.7 cm.
1984.520
Subject type: Still life
Signature/Inscriptions: “Hayden" in oil, lower right; "Nature Morte o la Brioche" verso on stretcher bar
Provenance: Mr. and Mrs. Harold C. Torbert; by gift to Cantor Arts Center, 1984
  Benjamin Robert Haydon
Great Britain (1786-1846)
First Child-Grandmama's Visit 1831
Oil on canvas
54 x 47.7 cm.
1977.182
Subject type: Genre
Signature/Inscriptions: "B.R.H." verso, oil paint; "BR Haydon" verso, on stretcher
bar","First Child/1831/B.R.H." verso, oil paint; "First Child--Grandmama's visit. Very like ___ about the eyes oh the darling / Mamma--no my dear Mamma, I perceive a great likeness about the chin to her dear papa, and very like me, about / her dear nose. __Infant__yah, yah, yah, yah--Papa--(Simpering) you flatter us!--Infant--yah / by BR Haydon 1831 Painted___." on stretcher bar, ink
Provenance: Given by the artist to Thomas Kearsey, Esq., London; Hazlitt, Gooden & Fox, Ltd., London; purchased by Cantor Arts Center, 1977
Bibliography: Benjamin Robert Haydon, Diaries, 3,4, 5, 6, October 1831; George, E., The Life and Death of Benjamin Robert Haydon, 1948, pp. 193-194; Olney, G. Benjamin Robert Haydon, 1952, p. 190
  Jean-Jacques Henner
France (1829-1905)
Reclining Nymph
Oil on canvas
31 x 45.1 cm.
1977.53
Subject type: Mythology, landscape
Signature/Inscriptions: "J J HENNER" lower right
Provenance: Dr. Harding Clegg, Santa Rosa, California; by gift to Cantor Arts Center, 1977
  Jean-Jacques Henner
France (1829-1905)
Study for a Portrait
Oil on canvas
55.5 x 43 cm.
1978.184
Subject type: Portrait
Provenance: Shepherd Gallery, New York City; purchased by Cantor Arts Center, 1978
Exhibition history: Beauties: Artists in Love, T.W. Stanford Art Gallery, 23 January–18 March 1979
  John Frederick Herring
Great Britain (1795-1865)
Horses at an Inn
Oil on canvas
31.1 x 41 cm.
1970.99
Subject type: Animal, genre
Signature/Inscriptions: "J F Herring" lower center
Labels/Marks: "Reeves & Sons Manufacturers 113: Cheapside, Lon." on back of canvas
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: European Paintings, The Stanford Art Gallery Presents a Loan Collection of Stanford University, April 1951, no. 19
  John Hoppner
Great Britain (1758–1810)
Portrait of a Young Man
Oil on canvas
75.5 x 60 cm.
1970.94
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
Exhibition history: European Paintings, T.W. Stanford Art Gallery, April 1951
Other information: Subject is traditionally believed to be John Constable
  George W. Horlor
Great Britain (active 1849–1890)
Loch Katrine c. 1850
Oil on board
17.5 x 3.56 cm.
1983.278
Subject type: Landscape
Provenance: Jessica Baker, San Jose, California
  Louis-Gabriel-Eugene Isabey
France (1803-1886)
Shipwreck on the Coast
Oil on canvas
53.3 x 76.2 cm.
1977.93
Subject type: Marine
Signature/Inscriptions: "E. Isabey" lower left, center
Provenance: Miss Harriet Mundy, Palo Alto, California
  Louis-Gabriel-Eugene Isabey
France (1803-1886)
The Coast of Normandy near Saint-Valery-en-Caux c. 1825–30
Oil on paper, glued to canvas
20.6 x 33.2 cm. (composition)
1975.129
Subject type: Landscape
Signature/Inscriptions: "EI" monogram, lower left
Provenance: Seth Morton Vose, Providence, Rhode Island; Robert C. Vose, Boston; Crawford G. Cheney, Essex, Connecticut; George C. Seeley, Essex, Connecticut; Howard Willoughby, San Francisco; Vose Galleries, Boston, 1967; Stephen Ostrow, Providence, Rhode Island, 1969; Shepherd Gallery, New York City, 1974; purchased by Cantor Arts Center, 1975
Exhibition history: Searches, Terrors, Dreams: Romantic Themes in Art, T.W. Stanford Art Gallery, 8 February–1 May 1988
Bibliography: Le Chronique des Arts, 1975 (Principales Acquisitions des Musees), #234, p. 57
  Alexei von Jawlensky
Germany (1864-1941)
Head Meditation 1936
Oil on canvas
21.9 x 11.7 cm.
1963.80
Subject type: Portrait
Signature/Inscriptions: "AJ", lower left
Provenance: Fred Maxwell (dealer), San Francisco; by gift to Cantor Arts Center, 1963
Exhibition history: Jawlensky, Dalzell Hatfield Galleries, Los Angeles, 2-25 January 1964
  Augustus John
Great Britain (1878–1961)
A Spanish Girl 1910–14
Oil on canvas
41.3 x 33.3 cm.
1987.94
Subject type: Portrait
Provenance: G. Neri, London; sold to Thomas Agnew & Sons, Ltd., London, 1982; purchased by Cantor Arts Center, 1987
Exhibition history: Recent Acquisitions, 1984–1990, T.W. Stanford Art Gallery, 11 September–21 October 1990
Bibliography: The Stanford Museum, XVI-XVII, 1986–87, repr. cover
  Jakob Jordaens
Flanders (now Belgium) (1593–1678)
Head of an Apostle
Oil on canvas
40.6 x 29.2 cm.
1955.28
Subject type: Religious
Provenance: Sir John Foley Grey; Arthur U. Newton Galleries, New York City; sold to Mr. and Mrs. Stewart M. Marshall, Palo Alto, California; by gift to Cantor Arts Center, 1955
  Jules Romain Joyant
France (1803-1854)
Medieval French Town with Cathedral 1851
Oil on canvas
55.8 x 44.4 cm.
1983.235
Subject type: Landscape
Signature/Inscriptions: "Joyant" lower right
Provenance: Joseph A. Baird, Jr., Tiburon, California
Exhibition history: Humanities Center Annex, Stanford University, on loan from 8/17/88
  Angelica Kauffmann
Great Britain (1741-1807)
Lady Hamilton as the Court Muse
Oil on canvas
87.6 x 73.0 cm. (with frame)
1961.40
Subject type: Portrait
Provenance: Mr. and Mrs. Harold Austin Brown, Malibu, California
Exhibition history: Art Librarian's Office, Cummings Art Building
Bibliography: Lady Victoria Manners and G.C. Williamson, Angelica
Kauffmann, R.A.–Her Life and Her Works
, limited edition (1000 copies for sale in England and U.S.), pp. 86-87, 161


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