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Rembrandt: Jeremiah Lamenting the Destruction of Jerusalem  wikidata:Q740212 
Artist
Rembrandt: Jeremiah Lamenting the Destruction of Jerusalem
Title
Jeremiah lamenting the destruction of Jerusalem
Object type painting
Date 1630
Medium oil on panel
medium QS:P186,Q296955;P186,Q1348059,P518,Q861259
Dimensions Height: 58 cm (22.8 in); Width: 46 cm (18.1 in)
dimensions QS:P2048,58U174728;P2049,46U174728
Accession number
SK-A-3276
Object history

by 1761: Jacob Alewijn (1714-1761), Amsterdam (?)
: inherited by Margaretha Helena Graafland (1720-1766), Amsterdam
: purchased by Fouquet at an anonymous sale at J. Posthumus and H. de Winter, Amsterdam (auction house), lot no. 13, for NLG 100 (as ‘Een extra fraai Stuk, waarin Loth verbeeld is, zittende in een Rots, en rustende met zyn linkerhand onder ‘t hoofd, en met de Elleboog op een Boek ; voor hem staat een zilvere Schaal met eenige Kleinodiën, en in ‘t Verschiet ziet men de brandende Stad Sodom. Zeer krachtig en fraai van Coloriet, en uitvoerig op Paneel geschilderd. Hoog 23, breed 17 ½ duim’) (?)
by 1768: Carl Philip César (1725-1795), Unter den Linden 34, Berlin
: purchased by Alexander Alexandrovich Golovkin (1732-1781), Paris, from Alexander Sergeievich Stroganoff (1733-1811)
by 1793: Alexander Sergeievich Stroganoff (1733-1811), Nevsky Prospekt 17, Saint Petersburg (as ‘Le philosophe en méditation. Un vieillard vénérable, de la figure la plus noble, retiré au fond d’une grotte, assis sur un beau tapis, le coude appuyé sur un livre qui a pour titre “La Bible”, a l’air de réfléchir profondément sur les vanités de ce monde figurées par une quantité de vases d’or et d’argent, jetés négligemment devant lui. Hors de la grotte, on voit dans le lointain une ville en feu, des soldats qui montent à l’assaut, de malheureux habitants fuyant. [...] Il a été peint en 1630, date qui est au bas; Schmidt l’a gravé dans sa manière. Il est sur bois, d’un pied neuf pouces sept lignes de haut, sur un pied cinq pouces trois lignes de large’)
Unknown date: inherited by Natalia Pavlovna (1796-1872) and Sergei Grigorievich Strogranoff (1794-1882), Saint Petersburg
Unknown date: inherited by Sergei Alexandrovich Stroganoff (1852-1923), Saint Petersburg/Paris
: purchased by Herman Rasch, Stockholm, from Sergei Alexandrovich Stroganoff, Paris for FRF 300,000

: purchased by the Rijksmuseum Amsterdam, Amsterdam, from Herman Rasch, Stockholm for NLG 150,000
Exhibition history

Rembrandt tentoonstelling ter plechtige herdenking van het 300-jarig bestaan der Universiteit van Amsterdam, Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam, , cat.no. 3.
La peinture Hollandaise de Jérôme Bosch à Rembrandt/Hollandse schilderkunst van Jeroen Bosch tot Rembrandt, Paleis voor Schone Kunsten Brussel, Brussels, , cat.no. 79.
Rembrandt Tentoonstelling. Ter herdenking van de geboorte van Rembrandt op 15 juli 1606, Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam, , Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen, Rotterdam, , OCLC 15659340, cat.no. 8.
Rembrandt 1669/1969, Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam, , cat.no. 1.
Rembrandt, The master and his workshop, Altes Museum, Berlin, , Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam, , National Gallery, London, , Cat.no. 8.
Rembrandt. A genius and his impact, National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne, , National Gallery of Australia, Canberra, , cat.no. 5.
Rembrandt creates Rembrandt. Art and ambition in Leiden, 1629-1631, , Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, Boston, Cat.no. 14.
The Bible, Mythology and Ancient History. Rembrandt and the Rembrandt School, , National Museum of Western Art, Tokyo, cat.no. 8.

Rembrandt, Pintor de historias, , Museo Nacional del Prado, Madrid, Cat.no. 6.
Credit line Purchased by the Rijksmuseum Amsterdam with support of private benefactors, the Vereniging Rembrandt, the State of the Netherlands and the Stichting tot Bevordering van de Belangen van het Rijksmuseum
Inscriptions

Monogram and date bottom right: RHL 1630

center: BiBeL
References

Anonymous, Rijksmuseum Amsterdam online catalogue, as Jeremia treurend over de verwoesting van Jeruzalem.
Anonymous, RKDimages, Art-work number 2913, as Jeremiah lamenting the destruction of Jerusalem.
Anonymous, Vereniging Rembrandt, as Jeremia treurend over de verwoesting van Jeruzalem.
Anonymous, Web Gallery of Art, as Jeremiah Lamenting the Destruction of Jerusalem.

Domenicus-van Soest, Marleen (2003) Les Chefs-d'oeuvre. Guide [mus.cat.], [Amsterdam]: Rijksmuseum Amsterdam, p. 94, as Jérémie pleurant sur la destruction de Jérusalem
Source/Photographer www.humanitiesweb.org : Home : Info : Pic
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