Template:Rembrandt Harmensz. van Rijn - The Abduction of Europa - Google Art Project

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Artist
Rembrandt (1606–1669) Link back to Creator infobox template wikidata:Q5598 s:en:Author:Rembrandt
Rembrandt
Alternative names Rembrandt van Rijn, Birth name: Rembrandt Harmenszoon van Rijn, Rembrandt Harmensz. van Rijn
Description

Dutch painter, printmaker and draughtsman

Date of birth/death 4 October 1669
Location of birth/death Leiden Amsterdam
Work period between circa 1625 and circa 1669
Work location Leiden (1620-1624), Amsterdam (1624-1625), Leiden (1625-1633), Amsterdam (1631-1669)
Authority control

Details of artist on Google Art Project
Title The abduction of Europa
Object type Painting
Date
Medium oil on oak panel
Dimensions 64.6 × 78.7 cm (25.4 × 31 in)
Getty Center Link back to Institution infobox template wikidata:Q29247
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Native name Getty Center
Parent institution J. Paul Getty Museum
Location Los Angeles
Coordinates 34° 04′ 39″ N, 118° 28′ 30″ W Link to OpenStreetMap  Link to Google Maps
Established
Website http://www.getty.edu/museum/
Getty Center Los Angeles
Accession number 95.PB.7
Object history

by 1652: Jacques Specx (1585-1652), Amsterdam
by 18 November 1736: Jeanne-Baptiste d'Albert de Luynes (1670-1736), Paris/Meudon
: sale of the collection of Jeanne Baptiste d'Albert (Comtesse de Verrue) at an unknown auction house, Paris, lot no. 87, for 611 livres (as ‘L'Enlévement d'Europe, par Reimbrandt’)
by 1771: Marie-Charles-Louis d'Albert de Luynes (1717-1771), France
: inherited by Louis-Joseph-Charles-Amable d'Albert de Luynes (1748-1807), France
: sale of the collection of Louis Joseph Charles Amable (Duc de Luynes) at Paillet, Paris, lot no. 18 (as ‘J. Livence. Une composition de cinq figures sujet de l'enlèvement d'Europe; la droite du Tableau présente une belle masse d'arbres; au-dessus d'un terrain qui borde un rivage, on y remarque un char attelé de quatre chevaux blancs conduits par un homme qui regarde avec étonnement; plus bas sont trois femmes dans la même attitude, regardant s'éloigner leur compagne sur un Taurau blanc. Ce morceau capital de ce Maître est d'un effet harmonieux, & soigneusement terminé. On connoît peu les productions de ce Maître, qui merite d'être placées dans les plus belles collections. Haut. 22 po. sur 29 po. B[ois]’) (?)
by 1865: Charles de Morny (1811-1865), Paris
: purchased by Constant Say (1816-1871), France, at the sale of the collection of Charles Auguste Louis Joseph de Morny (duc de Morny) at Exp.: Laneuville C.P.: Pillet, Escribe, Paris, lot no. 70, for FRF 9,100 (as ‘Rembrandt (Van Ryn, Paul). L'Enlèvement d'Europe. Europe est à demi couchée sur le taureau ravisseur qui fend les eaux et gagne le large. Elle saisit de la main droite une des cornes, et de la gauche elle s'attache au cuir du cou. Sur la plage, ses femmes et le conducteur de son char restent stupéfaits ou épouvantés. La mer occupe la droite du tableau. A gauche, la plage s'élève en forme de monticule et est couronnée d'arbres. Dans le fond se découvre une ville. Bois. Haut. 60 cent.; large. 77 cent.’)
(?): inherited by Marie Say (1857-1943), France (?)
by 1897: Amédée de Broglie, Paris
: purchased by Thomas Agnew & Sons (art dealer), London, from Amédée de Broglie, Paris
: purchased by Leopold Koppel (1854-1933), Berlin, from Thomas Agnew & Sons, London
: inherited by Else Koppel, Pontresina /New York City, from Leopold Koppel
: inherited by Leopold Hugo Paul Klotz (....-1995), New York City, from Else Koppel
: ownership transferred to the estate of Leopold Hugo Paul Klotz

: purchased by the J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles, from the estate of Leopold Hugo Paul Klotz through Deborah Gage Works of Art Ltd., New York City
Exhibition history

European Paintings and Sculpture from 1300-1800. Masterpieces of Art, World's Fair, New York City, , OCLC 222146866, cat.no. 295.

A loan exhibition of Rembrandt at Wildenstein, Wildenstein and Company, New York City, , cat.no. 7.

The age of Rembrandt, , Fine Arts Museum of San Francisco, San Francisco, , Toledo Museum of Art, Toledo, Ohio, , Museum of Fine Arts Boston, Boston, Cat.no. 33.

De glorie van de Gouden Eeuw. Nederlandse kunst uit de 17de eeuw. Schilderijen, beeldhouwkunst en kunstnijverheid, Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam, , ISBN 90-400-9433-0, cat.no. 53.

Rembrandt, Pintor de historias, , Museo Nacional del Prado, Madrid, Cat.no. 10.
Inscriptions Signature and date bottom right: RHL van \ Ryn.1632
Notes More info at museum site
References

J. Paul Getty Museum, as The Abduction of Europa.

RKDimages, Art-work number 46813, as The abduction of Europa, 64.6 × 78.7 cm (25.4 × 31 in).

Web Gallery of Art, as The Abduction of Europa, 62 × 77 cm (24.4 × 30.3 in).
Source/Photographer JwHVmnI-bQWnRw at Google Cultural Institute, zoom level scaled down maximum
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