Provenance

Mars and Venus, 1599

Cornelis van Haarlem
Norton Simon Art Foundation, from the Estate of Jennifer Jones Simon
M.2010.1.25.P
© 2012 Norton Simon Art Foundation


Possibly Aeltie Pieters. Begga, Haarlem, 3 August 1684.
Presumably Wilhelmus van Velthuyzen (sale, Rotterdam, Philippus Losel, 15 April 1751, lot 47, to?);
Hendrik Verschuuring, The Hague, by 1752 (sale, The Hague, Stephanus Rietmulder, 17 September 1770, lot 75).
Jan Lucas van der Dussen (sale, Amsterdam, Jan Sleves Hendriksz., Philippus van der Schley/Jan Yver, 31 October 1774, lot 19, for 110 to);
[Cornelis Ploos van Amstel (1726-1798), Amsterdam].
Probably (Anonymous sale, Amsterdam, Van Campen, 25 January 1830, lot 29, to);
Esser.
Possibly Sagan collection and thus by descent to;
Frederic Wilhelm Konstantin, Prince of Hohenzollern-Hechingen, Löwenberg-Schlesien, 1858 – still in 1863.
[Fritz Gurlitt, Berlin, 1935];
[Wolfgang Gurlitt, Munich, by 1955, (sale Cologne, Lempertz, 18 November 1965, lot 64, to)];
Ruax or Raux [for?];
[Adolphe Stein, Paris, by 1966].
[Kunsthandel P. de Boer, Switzerland, by 1966, consigned to P. de Boer, Amsterdam October, 1966, sold July 1967 to];
Becker Collection, Dortmund, sold 1973 through;
[G. Cramer Oudekunst, The Hague, to];
Norton Simon, by bequest 1993 to;
Jennifer Jones Simon Art Trust, to;
Norton Simon Art Foundation.

 

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