Template:ProvenanceEvent

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Multilingual tags for use in the "Credit line=" or "Object history=" field of {{Artwork}}.

Usage

{{ProvenanceEvent |type= |date= |oldowner= |newowner= }}

Template parameters

Parameter Description Default Status
type type of transaction. See Examples for the list of supported types. empty required
date
time
Date of transaction in ISO 8601 format, e.g. "2006-01-15" for "15 January 2006". The following formats are recognized:
    • YYYY
    • YYYY-MM
    • YYYY-MM-DD
empty optional
oldowner name of the old owner empty optional
newowner name of the new owner empty optional
... Many other input parameters are used. See examples. empty optional
status Adding status=? when the event is not adequately documented will add "(?)" to the end of the line. Alternative phrases: dubious, in doubt, uncertain, unsure. Any other phrase will be shown as typed. empty optional

Additional information

The template is intended to be used in the following namespaces: all namespaces

The template is intended to be used by the following user groups: all users

Relies on:
{{ISOdate}}, {{LangSwitch}}

See also

{{Provenance}}, {{Artwork-provenanceorcl}}, {{Date}}, {{Other date}}

Localization

To add your language to the list of languages supported by this template, please edit the template and add a row to the "{{LangSwitch|}}" construct. It takes the form "|xx= Your translation " (xx being the code of your language)

example

{{{1}}} Code Output
commission {{ProvenanceEvent|time=1930-09-01|type=commission|newowner=Jean Dupont (1900-1986), {{Paris}}}} : commissioned by Jean Dupont (1900-1986), Paris
acquisition {{ProvenanceEvent|time=1930-09-01|type=acquisition|newowner=Jean Dupont (1900-1986), {{Paris}},|oldowner=Otto Normalverbraucher (1890-1976), {{Berlin}}}} : acquired by Jean Dupont (1900-1986), Paris, from Otto Normalverbraucher (1890-1976), Berlin
purchase {{ProvenanceEvent|time=1930-09-01|type=purchase|newowner=Jean Dupont (1900-1986), {{Paris}},|oldowner=Otto Normalverbraucher (1890-1976), {{Berlin}}}} : purchased by Jean Dupont (1900-1986), Paris, from Otto Normalverbraucher (1890-1976), Berlin
gift {{ProvenanceEvent|time=1930-09-01|type=gift|newowner={{LangSwitch|en=Jean Dupont|fr=à Jean Dupont|it=a Jean Dupont}} (1900-1986), {{Paris}},|oldowner=Otto Normalverbraucher (1890-1976), {{Berlin}}}} : given to Jean Dupont (1900-1986), Paris, by Otto Normalverbraucher (1890-1976), Berlin
{{ProvenanceEvent|time=1930-09-01|type=gift|newowner={{LangSwitch|de=das|en=the|fr=au|it=al|nl=het}} Musée d’Art, {{Brussels}},|oldowner=Jean Dupont (1900-1986), {{Paris}}}} : given to the Musée d’Art, Brussels, by Jean Dupont (1900-1986), Paris
exchange {{ProvenanceEvent|time=1930-09-01|type=exchange|newowner=Jean Dupont (1900-1986), {{Paris}},|oldowner=Otto Normalverbraucher (1890-1976), {{Berlin}}}} : acquired by Jean Dupont (1900-1986), Paris, from Otto Normalverbraucher (1890-1976), Berlin by exchange
inheritance {{ProvenanceEvent|time=1986|type=inheritance|newowner=Marie Dupont (1928), {{Paris}},|oldowner=Jean Dupont (1900-1986), {{Paris}}}} : inherited by Marie Dupont (1928), Paris, from Jean Dupont (1900-1986), Paris
bequest {{ProvenanceEvent|time=1847|type=bequest|newowner={{LangSwitch|de=das|en=the|fr=au|nl=het}} {{Boijmans}}, Rotterdam,|oldowner=Frans Jacob Otto Boijmans, {{Rotterdam}}}} : bequeathed to the Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen, Rotterdam, by Frans Jacob Otto Boijmans, Rotterdam
sale {{ProvenanceEvent|time=1930-09-01|type=sale|newowner=Jean Dupont (1900-1986), {{Paris}},|oldowner=Otto Normalverbraucher, {{Berlin}},|at=Jan Janssen Fine Art, {{Amsterdam}}|lotno=1|as=[[Georges Braque]]}} : purchased by Jean Dupont (1900-1986), Paris, at the sale of the collection of Otto Normalverbraucher, Berlin, at Jan Janssen Fine Art, Amsterdam, lot no. 1 (as Georges Braque)
{{ProvenanceEvent|time=1930-09-01|type=sale|newowner=Jean Dupont (1900-1986), {{Paris}},|oldowner=Otto Normalverbraucher, {{Berlin}},|atunknown={{Amsterdam}}|lotno=1|as=[[Georges Braque]]}} : purchased by Jean Dupont (1900-1986), Paris, at the sale of the collection of Otto Normalverbraucher, Berlin, at an unknown auction house, Amsterdam, lot no. 1 (as Georges Braque)
anonymous sale {{ProvenanceEvent|time=1930-09-01|type=anonymous sale|newowner=Jean Dupont (1900-1986), {{Paris}},|at=Jan Janssen Fine Art, {{Amsterdam}}|as=[[Georges Braque]]}} : purchased by Jean Dupont (1900-1986), Paris, at an anonymous sale at Jan Janssen Fine Art, Amsterdam (auction house) (as Georges Braque)
{{ProvenanceEvent|time=1930-09-01|type=anonymous sale|newowner=Jean Dupont (1900-1986), {{Paris}},|atunknown={{Amsterdam}}|as=[[Georges Braque]]}} : purchased by Jean Dupont (1900-1986), Paris, at an anonymous sale at an unknown auction house, Amsterdam (as Georges Braque)
nationalization {{ProvenanceEvent|time=1795|type=nationalization|newowner={{LangSwitch |de=Französischen Staat |en=the French State |fr=l’État de France |nl=de Franse staat }}}} : nationalized by the French State
conveyance {{ProvenanceEvent|time=1960|type=conveyance|newowner=Musée d’Art, {{Brussels}},|oldowner=Institut royal du Patrimoine artistique, {{Brussels}}}} : ownership transferred to Musée d’Art, Brussels, by Institut royal du Patrimoine artistique, Brussels
transfer {{ProvenanceEvent|time=1960|type=transfer|newowner=Musée d’Art, {{Brussels}},|oldowner=Institut royal du Patrimoine artistique, {{Brussels}}}} : transferred to Musée d’Art, Brussels, from Institut royal du Patrimoine artistique, Brussels
loan {{ProvenanceEvent|time=1960|type=loan|newowner=Musée d’Art, {{Brussels}},|oldowner=Institut royal du Patrimoine artistique, {{Brussels}}}} : lent to Musée d’Art, Brussels, by Institut royal du Patrimoine artistique, Brussels
theft {{ProvenanceEvent|time=1990-07-15|type=theft|oldowner=Musée d’Art, {{Brussels}}}} : stolen from Musée d’Art, Brussels
restitution {{ProvenanceEvent|time=1950-03-01|type=restitution|newowner=Elias Cohen, {{Amsterdam}},|oldowner=Stichting Nederlands Kunstbezit, {{The Hague}}}} : restituted to Elias Cohen, Amsterdam, by Stichting Nederlands Kunstbezit, The Hague
discovery {{ProvenanceEvent|time=1950-03-01|type=discovery|newowner=Elias Cohen|place=The Hague}} : discovered by Elias Cohen (The Hague)
excavation {{ProvenanceEvent|time=1950-03-01|type=excavation|newowner=Elias Cohen|place=The Hague}} : excavated by Elias Cohen. Place: The Hague.

Localization

Translations into other languages are needed.