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upper center in brown ink: Het Syn Goede Keersen die voor Lichten; verso, lower left in brown ink: 7/1; lower left in red ink, by J. Goll van Franckenstein [Lugt 2987]:N2732; lower center in graphite, by later hand: Jordaens; lower right in graphite, by later hand: HVO

Marks and Labels

verso, stamped in black ink: Julius S. Held collection (Lugt 4805); unidentified collector's mark [dry stamp of Rodrigues collection?]


Probably Valerius Röver [1686 - 1739], Delft. Johann Goll van Franckenstein [1722 - 1785], Amsterdam, (Lugt 2987); by descent to his son, Johan Goll van Franckenstein [1750 - 1821], Amsterdam; (their sale, J° de Vries, A. Brondgeest, E. M. Engelberts et C. F. Roos, Amsterdam, 1 July 1833). Eugene Rodrigues [born 1853], Paris, (Lugt 897). (Frederick Keppel & Co., New York); Mrs. E. John Heidsieck, Tuxedo Park, NY; (her sale, Parke-Bernet, New York, 13 February 1943, lot 296); Ingrid [1905 - 1986] and Julius S. [1905 - 2002] Held, New York, (Lugt 4805); purchased by the National Gallery of Art, 1984.

Exhibition History

17th & 18th Century European Drawings, (American Federation of the Arts) National Gallery of Art, Washington and tour, 1966-1967, no. 8.
Selections from the Drawing Collection of Mr. and Mrs. Julius S. Held, University Art Gallery, Binghamton; traveling exhibition, 1970, no. 42.
Master Drawings from the Collection of Ingrid and Julius S. Held, The Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute, Williamstown; traveling exhibition, 1979, no. 12.
Graphics Survey Exhibition, National Gallery of Art, Washington D.C., January 1984.


AFA 1966, 8.
d'Hulst, Roger-A. Jordaens Drawings. 4 vols. London and New York, 1974.

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