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  Bernhardt Keil
Denmark (1624–1687)
Child Holding a Fan with Cat Looking On 1655–60
Oil on canvas
73.9 x 98.2 cm.
1972.96
Subject type: Portrait, genre
Provenance: William H. Aspinwall (as Murillo); Mrs. Lloyd Aspinwall; private collection, California; Parke-Bernet Galleries, New York City, February 25, 1961, lot 250 (as Antonio Amorosi); Museo de Arte de Ponce; Central Picture Galleries, New York City
Other information: Has been attributed to Murillo and Antonio Amorosi
  Moise Kisling
France (1891-1953)
Canal in Holland c. 1914
Oil on canvas
55 x 38 cm.
1967.104
Subject type: Landscape
Signature/Inscriptions: "Kisling" lower left
Provenance: Dr. Ralph J. Spiegl, Atherton, California,1967; Kathryn M. Hollister, Menlo Park, California
Exhibition history: Stanford Museum of Art, 20th Century Gallery, Spring–Summer 1975; Stanford Museum of Art, 20th Century Gallery, May 1977–?
  Salomon Koninck
Holland (1609-1656)
The Aged Philosopher
Oil on canvas
100 x 75 cm.
1970.91
Subject type: Portrait
Provenance: Arthur U. Newton Galleries, New York City; sold to Mr. and Mrs. Stewart M. Marshall, Palo Alto, California, c. 1940; by gift to Cantor Arts Center, 1970
Bibliography: European Paintings, The Stanford Art Gallery Presents a Loan Collection of Stanford University, April 1951, no. 11 (illus. p. 7)
  L.C.
Italy (?)
Allegorical Landscape with Pomegranate 1631
Oil on canvas
96.5 x 124.9 cm.
1957.20
Subject type: Allegory, landscape
Provenance: Florsheim Estate, Chicago; Robert Jernberg, Los Altos, California
Exhibition history: Cantor Arts Center, Europe 15th-18th Century Gallery, 17 October 2001–9 July 2004; Question, Cantor Arts Center, 14 July 2004–2 January 2005
  John Berney Ladbrooke
Great Britain (1803–1879)
Donkeys Under a Tree – A Norwich Landscape 1834
Oil on canvas
57.5 x 46.0 cm.
1978.162
Subject type: Landscape, animal
Signature/Inscriptions: "JBL" (monogram), lower right
Provenance: Lord Palmoor, Great Britain (d. 1978); sold to Thomas Agnew & Sons, Ltd., London; purchased by Cantor Arts Center, 1978
  Thomas Lawrence
Great Britain (1769–1830)
George IV in Peer's Robes
Oil on canvas
72.5 x 59.5 cm.
1970.98
Subject type: Portrait
Provenance: Grimaldi Collection, by 1935; 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. 2
  Albert-Charles Lebourg
France (1849–1928)
The Seine at Bas-Meudon c. 1885–90
Oil on canvas
40.7 x 65.6 cm.
1996.37
Subject type: Landscape
Signature/Inscriptions: "A.Lebourg", bottom left; "Bas-Meudon", bottom left
Provenance: Sale, Butterfield & Butterfield, San Francisco, November 8, 1995, lot 837, to Robert Aichele, Menlo Park, California; by gift to Cantor Arts Center, 1996
Exhibition history: Cantor Arts Center, Europe & USA 19th Century Gallery, 21 January 1999–5 July 2000
Bibliography: Leone Benedite, Albert Lebourg (George Petit: Paris, 1923), see p. 134 ff., p. 342, no. 1023(?); Le paysagiste Albert Lebourg (Cagniard: Bouen, 1911); The Stanford University Museum of Art Journal, vols. XXVI-XXVII, 1996-1997, p. 70 repr.
  Cornelius Lelienbergh
Flanders (now Belgium) (c. 1646–1676)
The Finished Meal 1665
Oil on canvas
79 x 65 cm. (sight)
1983.267
Subject type: Still life
Signature/Inscriptions: "Lelienbergh fec 1663 [5?]" bottom center, black paint
Provenance: Anonymous sale, Galerie Fischer, Lucerne, Switzerland, August 31, 1928, no. 326; Bohler and Steimeyr (dealer), Lucerne, Switzerland; private collection, Basel, Switzerland; Julius Bohler (dealer), Munich; purchased by Cantor Arts Center, 1983
Bibliography: The Stanford Museum, XII-XIII, 1982-83, p. 22-23
  John Frederick Lewis
Great Britain (1805–1876)
A Thatched Cottage on the Coast of the Isle of Wight c. 1829
Oil on panel
25.5 x 35.0 cm.
1978.67
Subject type: Landscape
Signature/Inscriptions: "J.F. Lewis" lower right, in black oil
Labels/Marks: "Sketch from nature - Isle of Wight/J.F. Lewis/sold by Henry
Palser/1851, 366 Strand"" in black oil on verso; "Received from Mr. Sotheby/ Wellington Square" on label affixed to verso
Provenance: Commissioned by Sir Willoughby Gordon, Orchard Undercliff, Isle of Wight, c. 1829; Henry Palser (dealer), London, 1851; Mr. Sotheby, Wellington Square, London, by 1861; Sotheby's, London, November 23, 1977, lot 94; sold to Thomas Agnew & Sons, Ltd., London; purchased by Cantor Arts Center, 1978
Exhibition history: Searches, Terrors, Dreams: Romantic Themes in Art, 8 February–1 May 1988, T.W. Stanford Art Gallery
Bibliography: T. Agnews and Sons, Three Centuries of British Paintings, March 9–April 28, 1978, exhibition catalogue, no. 30, repr. p. 18
  Max Liebermann
Germany (1847–1935)
Concert at the Opera c. 1923
Oil on canvas
75 x 52.5 cm.
2002.333
Subject type: Genre
Signature/Inscriptions: "BL" obverse corner; "M. Liebermann" in red oil
Provenance: Given by artist to Georges Clemenceau, Paris; Galerie Bailly, Paris; private collector, Europe, c. 1978–2002; his sale, Sotheby’s, London, October 9, 2002, lot 0005; purchased by Cantor Arts Center, 2002
Exhibition history: Private residence, San Francisco, CA, 18 February–10 September 2003; Cantor Arts Center, Europe & USA Early Modern Gallery, 13 October 2003–15 October 2005; Chasing History: Art and Provenance, Cantor Arts Center, 9 August–26 November 2006; Dürer to Picasso, Cantor Arts Center, 12 November¬ 2008–15 February 2009

 

  Johannes Lingelbach
Holland (1622-1674)
Hawking Party Assembled at a Country Mansion
Oil on canvas
60.3 x 84.8 cm.
1961.119
Subject type: Genre
Provenance: Mrs. Frank E. Buck, Menlo Park, California; by gift to Cantor Arts Center, 1961
  Circle of Michele Marieschi
Italy (1696-1743)
View of the Piazzeta and the Ducal Palace from the Baccino di San Marco
Oil on canvas
71.1 x 95.3 cm.
1941.269
Subject type: Landscape
Provenance: Lady Harcourt, London; Mortimer C. Leventritt, San Francisco and Venice; by gift to Cantor Arts Center, 1941
Exhibition history: The Arts of Venice in the Eighteenth Century, 1973, Stanford; Venice in the Eighteenth Century, 5 October–19 December 1982, T.W. Stanford Art Gallery
Bibliography: Calendar, The Committee for Art at Stanford, Oct. 1982
  Attributed to Master of the Holy Blood
Flanders (now Belgium)
Virgin, Child and Two Wise Men c. 1530
Oil on panel
90 x 70 x 1.25 cm.
1970.84
Subject type: Religious
Provenance: Arthur U. Newton Galleries, New York City; sold to Mr. and Mrs. Stewart M. Marshall, Palo Alto, California, 1945; by gift to Cantor Arts Center, 1970
Exhibition history: Cantor Arts Center, Europe 15th-18th Century Gallery, 21 January 1998–18 August 2004
Bibliography: European Paintings, The Stanford Art Gallery presents a Loan Collection of Stanford University, April 1951, no. 18
  Claes Cornelisz Moeyaert
Holland (1590/91–1655)
Sacrifice of Jeroboam 1641
Oil on canvas
99 x 124.5 cm.
1995.6
Subject type: Religious
Signature/Inscriptions: "LC Moeyaert fc 1641" lower center in ligature
Provenance: Comte de Sellon d'Allaman, Geneva and Chateau d'Allaman, Switzerland, cat. 1795, no. 149; J. Oppenheimer, Berlin, 1928; Goudstikker (dealer), Amsterdam, 1933; Kleinberger (dealer), New York City, 1940; sale, Christie's, London, December 12, 1975, lot 137; sale, Christie's London, February 15, 1980, lot 107; sale, Christie's, New York City, June 6, 1984, lot 148; sale, Christie's, New York , January 1, 1985, lot 41; sale, Christie's, New York City, January 11, 1989, lot 178; Richard Feigen (dealer), New York; purchased by Cantor Arts Center, 1995
Exhibition history: Collecting for Stanford: Selected Acquisitions, 1990–1995, 5
July–3 September 1995, T.W. Stanford Art Gallery; Cantor Arts Center, Europe 15th-18th Century Gallery, 27 October 1998–present
Bibliography: A.Tümpel, The Pre-Rembrandtists, exhibition catalogue, E. B. Crocker Art Gallery, Sacramento, 1974, pp. 31 ff.; A. Blankaert et al., Gods, Saints, and Heroes: Dutch Painting in the Age of Rembrandt, exhibition catalogue, National Gallery, Washington, D.C., 1980, pp. 134-35; A . Tümpel and P. Schatborn, Pieter Lastman: The Man who taught Rembrandt, exh. cat. Rembrandt House (Amsterdam, 1991), pp. 35-43; Collecting for Stanford: Selected Acquisitions, 1990-1995, exhibition catalogue, repr. p. 8; Peter C. Sutton, "Claes Cornelisz Moeyaert's Sacrifice of Jeroboam," The Stanford University Museum of Art Journal, vols. XXVI-XXVII, 1996-1997, pp. 10-19, repr. p. 10
  John Hamilton Mortimer
Great Britain (1740–1779)
Two Banditti 1770
Oil on panel
12.9 x 11.9 cm.
1986.151
Subject type: Genre
Labels/Marks: "EP669" stenciled in black ink, verso
Provenance: James MacKinnon (dealer), London; purchased by Cantor Arts Center, 1986
Exhibition history: Searches, Terrors, Dreams: Romantic Themes in Art, 8 February–1 May 1988, T.W. Stanford Art Gallery; The "Terrible Imaginings" of John Hamilton Mortimer, Cantor Arts Center, 15 December 2004–27 March 2005
Bibliography: B. Nicholson, John Hamilton Mortimer . . . N6797M6N5 (1968); Gazette des Beaux-Arts, Extracts, March, 1987, p. 48; The Stanford Museum Journal, XVI-XVII, 1986-87, p. 20; Calendar, The Committee for Art at Stanford, Jan. 1988 (repr. cover)
  Patrick Nasmyth
Great Britain (1787–1831)
Landscape
Oil on board
15.3 x 21.4 cm.
1970.87
Subject type: Landscape
Provenance: Private collection, New York; Arthur U. Newton Gallery, New York City; sold to Mr. and Mrs. Stewart M. Marshall, Palo Alto, CA; by bequest to Cantor Arts Center, 1970
Bibliography: European Paintings: The Stanford Art Gallery Presents a Loan Collection of Stanford University, April 1951, no. 26
  Joseph Francis Nollekens
Flanders (now Belgium) (1702-1748)
Children of the Artist: Maria, Jacobus and Joseph Nollekens c. 1744
Oil on canvas
34.9 x 30.1 cm.
1983.1
Subject type: Portrait
Provenance: William Drummond/Covent Garden Gallery, London; purchased by Cantor Arts Center, 1983
Exhibition history: Hogarth to Blake: British Art of the Eighteenth Century, 18 December 1984–24 March 1985, T.W. Stanford Art Gallery
  Lorenzo Pasinelli
Italy (1629-1700)
Salome Receiving the Head of John the Baptist 1670–80
Oil on canvas
77 x 105 cm.
1967.80
Subject type: Religious
Provenance: Lady Middleton, Great Britain, by 1767; Willy C.J. Kock (dealer), Amsterdam by 1967; purchased by Cantor Arts Center, 1967
Exhibition history: Cantor Arts Center, Europe 15th-18th Century Gallery, 21 January 1999–30 April 2000
Bibliography: Carmela Baroncini, Lorenzo Pasinelli Painter (1629-1700), no. 40 (ill.)
  Alessandro Piazza
Italy
View of Constantinople
Oil on canvas
101.5 x 114.2 cm.
1941.280
Subject type: Landscape
Provenance: Mortimer C. Leventritt, San Francisco and Venice; by gift to Cantor Arts Center, 1941
Exhibition history: The Arts of Venice in the Eighteenth Century, 1973, Stanford
  Jean-Baptiste-Marie Pierre
France (1714-1789)
Bacchus and Ariadne 1754–55
Oil on canvas
80.5 x 65 cm.
1971.37
Subject type: Mythology
Provenance: Galerie Rossini, France; Dobiaschofsky (auctioneer), Bern, October 1969; sold to Kurt Meissner (dealer), Zurich; purchased by Cantor Arts Center, 1971
Exhibition history: Body Language: The Human Form in Art, 16 July 1996–27 April 1997, T.W. Stanford Art Gallery
Bibliography: The Stanford Museum Centennial Handbook (Stanford, 1991), p. 74, repr.
  Francesco Piranesi
Italy (c. 1758–1810)
Portrait of a Young Woman 1796
Oil on ivory
76 x 70 mm. (oval)
1983.183
Subject type: Portrait
Signature/Inscriptions: “Piranesi Rome 1796” right edge, black oil paint; Greek letters on dress
Labels/Marks: Writing in pencil on piece of paper glued to backing: “This minature/.../Ro 179?/.../.../.../Italian/found at...” Backed with cardboard, on one side is watercolor of detail of seated man in frockcoat, inscription on other side of this watercolor
Provenance: Stanford University Investment Recovery; purchased by Cantor Arts Center, 1983
  Baron Jean-Baptiste Regnault
France (1754–1829)
Deposition 1789
Oil on panel
60.6 x 33.5 cm. (arched top)
1980.127
Subject type: Religious
Signature/Inscriptions: "Ch Regnault", lower left, black paint
Provenance: Family of the artist; their sale, March 1, 1830, [no.28?]; possible sale, Blondel, December 12, 1853, no.113; sale, Druout, March 14, 1979, lot 75 (as Jean-Baptiste Jouvenet's La Vierge et les saintes femmes se lamentant sur le corps du Christ étendu au pied de la croix); Fischer-Kiener Gallery, Paris; purchased by Cantor Arts Center, 1980
Exhibition history: Rococo to Revolution: French Art of the Eighteenth Century from the Stanford Museum, 6 March–29 April 1984, T.W. Stanford Art Gallery
Bibliography: Calendar, The Committee for Art at Stanford, Dec. 1980; The Stanford Museum, X-XI, 1980-81, pp. 35-36
Other information: aka Jean-Baptiste Jouvenet's La Vierge et les saintes femmes se lamentant sur le corps du Christ étendu au pied de la croix
  Nicolas Régnier, called Nicolò Renieri
France (c. 1590–1667)
St. Sebastian Attended by the Holy Women 1615–16
Oil on canvas
124 x 166.5 cm.
1972.98
Subject type: Religious
Labels/Marks: labels on verso; see file
Provenance: Dr. Kurt Thalberg, Zurich; purchased by Cantor Arts Center, 1972
Exhibition history: Stanford University Museum of Art, European Painting Gallery, 1974-1975; Stanford University Museum of Art, European Painting Gallery, Spring 1976; Cantor Arts Center, Europe 15th-18th Century Gallery, 21 January 1999–25 February 2005; Hope and Healing: Painting in Italy in a Time of Plague 1500-1800, 2 April–25 September 2005, Worcester Art Museum
Bibliography: A. Brejon de Lavergnee e Jean-Pierre Cuzin, exhibition catalogue, I Caravaggeschi Francesi, Accademia di Francia, Villa Medici, Roma, 15 Novembre 1973–20 Gennaio 1974, ill. fig. 5, p. 96 under "Nicolas Regnier (Nicolo Renieri), Maubeuge, verso il 1590-Venezia, 1668, A Roma prima del 1621 ca.?)-1626"; Annick Lemoine, "Nicolas Regnier's 'Saint Sebastian Attended by the Holy Women,’" Journal of the Iris & B. Gerald Cantor Center for Visual Arts at Stanford University, I, 1998-1999, pp. 9-19, repr. p. 9
  School of Rembrandt
Holland
Sister of Rembrandt c. 1660s
Oil on panel
50.2 x 38.7 cm.
1977.51
Subject type: Portrait
Provenance: Max Ritter von Gutmann, Vienna, to 1914; Kees Hermsen, The Metropolitan Galleries; Arthur B. Tator, Magna Galleries, Moscow; Dr. Harding Clegg, Santa Rosa, California; by gift to Cantor Arts Center, 1977
  Augustin-Théodule Ribot
France (1823–1891)
Young Woman with a Hat
Oil on panel
38.1 x 21.3 cm.
1980.216
Subject type: Portrait, genre
Signature/Inscriptions: "t. Ribot", lower right, black oil
Provenance: Gaston Lévy, Paris and New York City; Shepherd Gallery, New York City, by 1980; sold to Mr. & Mrs. Robert Moulton; by gift to Cantor Arts Center, 1980
Exhibition history: French and other European Drawings, Paintings and Sculpture of the 19th Century, Winter Exhibition, 1980-81, Shepherd Gallery, New York
Bibliography: The Stanford Museum Journal, X-XI, 1980-81, p. 37


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