Jacob Koninck I Jacob Koninck I  ‎(I899)‎
Fornavn: Jacob
Efternavn: Koninck
Suffiks: I

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Født: mellem 1615 og 1616 40 Amsterdam, , Noord-Holland, NLD
Død: mellem juni 1690 og 1700 ‎(Alder 75)‎ Amsterdam, , Noord-Holland, NLD
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Født mellem 1615 og 1616 40 Amsterdam, , Noord-Holland, NLD


Vis detaljer Note: ‎(2)‎ Jacob Koninck I
‎(b Amsterdam, 1614–15; d Amsterdam, after 3 June 1690)‎. Two works by Jacob I appear in the inventory of his father, the goldsmith Aert de Coninck ‎(d 1639)‎: a ‘Bacchus Drawn in Pen’ and a ‘Head’. In 1633 Jacob was living in Dordrecht. From 1637 to 1645 he was in Rotterdam, where his first wife, Maria Cotermans, died in 1637. By 1647 Jacob had moved to The Hague, where, in the following year, he married Susanna Dalbenij. Their son Jacob Koninck II ‎(?1648–1724)‎, who later became a painter, was probably born the same year. Throughout his life, Jacob the elder struggled against Finlandancial difficulty. In 1651 he left his wife’s house and moved to Amsterdam, where his name appears twice, in 1652 and 1659, in connection with debts. He went to Copenhagen c. 1676, having fallen out with fellow painters of the Amsterdam guild, who accused him of unfair competition. In his absence they confiscated his paintings; on 27 May 1676 he wrote to Christian V of Denmark asking for help to retrieve his work. On 3 September 1682 his nephew Daniël Koninck ‎(1668–after 1720)‎ was apprenticed to him. On 3 August 1690 Daniël paid off his apprenticeship fee ‘to my Uncle Jacob de Koninck, Painter in Copenhagen’.

Uddannelse Lærling af David Colijns ‎(1582- ABT 1666)‎
Uddannelse Lærer af Koninck, Jacob ‎(II)‎ & Koninck, Philips
Erhverv Portræt & landskabs maler


Vis detaljer Note: P. Haverkorn de Rijsewick i Museum Eoijmann's Katalog 1892,
citeret i ,,Oud Holland'' XX. De der givne Meddelelser om
hans Ægteskab er formentlig urigtige, jfr. nedenfor.
Bredius K. I. IV S. 1369.

Bopæl 1633 ‎(Alder 18)‎ Dordrecht, NLD

Bopæl 1637 ‎(Alder 22)‎ Rotterdam, NLD

Begivenhed mellem 1631 og 1708 ‎(Alder 16)‎ Amsterdam, , Noord-Holland, NLD


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Attributed to Jacob Koninck
Circle/School of Rembrandt
Date: 1631-1708
Schools /Styles
Dutch

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Description
View of Amsterdam near the Haarlem Gate; view from the fortifications including wet ditches with palisades, a windmill on a bank beyond, a church behind to left, and a row of houses to left
Pen and brown ink, with brown wash, on pale brown prepared paper

Inscriptions
Verso inscribed with attributions and in Dutch

Dimensions
Height: 190 millimetres
Width: 311 millimetres



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Subject
windmill
archaeology/excavation

Associated places
Topographic representation of Amsterdam



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Acquisition date
1895

Acquisition name
Purchased from Col John Wingfield Malcolm
Previous owner/ex-collection Sir John Charles Robinson
Previous owner/ex-collection John Malcolm of Poltalloch



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Amsterdam ved Haarlem port; set fra befæstning viser våde diger med palisader, en vindmølle på en bakke, til venstre kirke og en række huse. © The Trustees of the British Museum. - Location: Dutch Roy XVIIcAmsterdam ved Haarlem port; set fra befæstning viser våde diger med palisader, en vindmølle på en bakke, til venstre kirke og en række huse. © The Trustees of the British Museum. - Location: Dutch Roy XVIIc


Ægteskab Maria Cotermans Jansdatter - 13 december 1636 ‎(Alder 21)‎
Ægteskab Janetje Cornelis - 18 december 1639 ‎(Alder 24)‎ Rotterdam, NLD


Vis detaljer Note: Bruidegom Jacob de Coninck , weduwnaar van , Amsterdam
Bruid Jannetge Cornelis , jongedochter , Rotterdam

Plaats Rotterdam
Datum trouwen 18-12-1639

Opmerkingen Rotterdam




Gewenste vorm papierdigitale scan per e-mail

DTB Rotterdam inv. 15 Stadstrouw , index nummer 042

Rotterdam - 1652Rotterdam - 1652


Bopæl omkring 1647 ‎(Alder 32)‎ Den Haag, NLD

Ægteskab Susanne Dalbenij - 26 juli 1648 ‎(Alder 33)‎ Amsterdam, , Noord-Holland, NLD


Note: Iflg B Rytter 20 JUL 1647
Landskab omkring 1650 ‎(Alder 35)‎ Ransdorp Waterland, Amsterdam Noord, Noord-Holland, NLD


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print study drawing

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Drawn by Jacob Koninck 3
Date: 1650
Schools /Styles
Dutch


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Description
View of Ransdorp in Waterland; a church surrounded by cottages in a clump of trees. c.1650

Pen and brown ink, with some indications in graphite, on paper tinted brown.

Verso: see Inscriptions.

Watermark: bunch of grapes ‎(fragmentary)‎.

Inscriptions
A few touches of darker ink in the lower left hand corner and lower centre resemble inscriptions, but are not clearly decipherable. Verso inscribed with register no. and in graphite: ‘17 ‎[in a circle]‎’ and ‘Sunk Mount ‎[19th century]‎’.

Dimensions
Height: 94 millimetres ‎(chain lines vertical, 22/24mm apart)‎
Width: 187 millimetres

Condition
Somewhat rubbed, faded and stained.

Curator's comments
Draught entry from the forthcoming permanent catalogue: Martin Royalton-Kisch, 'Drawings by Rembrandt and his School in the British Museum', 2008 or 2009, Jacob Koninck, cat. no.1; last updated 6 March 2008:
Like the drawing in this collection by Anthonie van Borssom ‎(see cat. no.4 1836,0811.55)‎, the present work depicts the church at Ransdorp.‎[1]‎
The drawing, the only one to be connected with another of Jacob Koninck's productions, served as the preparatory sketch for his etching of the same subject, which is signed and dated 1663 and shows the composition in reverse ‎(B.238, H.329)‎. The etching is slightly narrower than the drawing, but otherwise the differences between them are minor.
Clearly influenced by Rembrandt's landscape drawings of the 1640s and 1650s, the present sheet may have been executed some years before the related etching of 1663. The style also resembles that of Pieter de With ‎(qv)‎.

NOTE:
‎[1]‎ Other drawings of the church are enumerated in that entry, which also gives some historical details concerning the structure. The location was identified in the present composition by Six, 1909, p.95 ‎(mentioning only the related etching)‎.

LITERATURE ‎('etching' refers to Bartsch 238, Hind 329, formerly attributed to Rembrandt but by Jacob Koninck; NB most of the abbreviations used here will be found in Martin Royalton-Kisch, 'Drawings by Rembrandt and his Circle in the British Museum', exh. cat., British Museum, London, 1992. A full bibliography will be published online due course)‎:
Vosmaer, 1868, p.222 ‎(Rembrandt, for his etching [the print in fact by Jacob Koninck]‎); Vosmaer, 1877, p.612 ‎(Rembrandt)‎; Dutuit, IV, 1885, p.86 ‎(Rembrandt)‎; Seidlitz, 1895, p.134, under no.238 ‎(by Jacob Koninck, for the etching, in reverse)‎; Hind, 1912/23, I, under no.329 ‎(as Seidlitz, 1895)‎; Hind, 1913-14, under no.20; London, 1915, pp.80-81, no.1, repr. pl.XLVII ‎(as Seidlitz, 1895)‎; Hirschmann, 1918, p.23; Seidlitz, 1922, p.194, under no.238 ‎(as Seidlitz, 1895)‎; Hofstede de Groot, 1927, p.268; Van Dyke, 1927, p.138, repr. pl.XLIII, fig.169; Berlin, 1930, p.171, under no.2864 ‎(as London, 1915; compares Berlin ‘Panorama’, inv.2864)‎; Henkel, 1931, p.84; Gerson, 1936, p.170, under no.ZXXXIX ‎(compares Maes cat. no.5; 1905,1110.68)‎; Oxford, 1938, p.79 ‎(compares views of Ransdorp in Oxford, Benesch 1310, and Van Borssom in British Museum [see cat. no.4, 1836,0811.55]‎); Hollstein, IX, n.d. ‎[c.1953]‎, p.264, under no.1; Münz, 1952, p.186, under no.356; Biörklund and Barnard, 1955, p.129, under no.BB Rej 27); White and Boon, 1969, I, p.180, under no.B248 ‎(comparing drawing in Dresden, C.1335, HdG.283 [repr. Sumowski 2400x as P. de With]‎); Amsterdam, 1981, p.92, under no.22; Sumowski, 1979 etc., VI, 1982, no.1289, repr.; Haarlem, 1997, p.211, under no.223 ‎(compares drawing of ‘Farm with Haystack’ in Teyler Museum, inv. P*26)‎; Exh. Paris-Amsterdam, 1997, p.168, under no.74 ‎(compares ‘Farm among Trees’, Paris, Lugt Collection, inv.220, Sumowski 1315xx)‎.



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Subject
landscape

Associated places
Topographic representation of Ransdorp


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Acquisition date
1824

Acquisition name
Bequeathed by Richard Payne Knight ‎(in Register as a copy from the etching)‎



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Exhibition History
London, 1992 ‎(ex. catalogue)‎.



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Ransdorp i Waterland; Kirke omgivet af landsbyby og en gruppe træer. © The Trustees of the British Museum. - Location: Dutch Roy XVIIcRansdorp i Waterland; Kirke omgivet af landsbyby og en gruppe træer. © The Trustees of the British Museum. - Location: Dutch Roy XVIIc


Landskab omkring 1650 ‎(Alder 35)‎ NLD


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Drawn by Jacob Koninck
Date: 1650
Schools /Styles
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Description
Landscape with a river and anglers in a boat; wooded country, the banks of a river in the foreground, a village with church spire amid trees beyond, a ferry boat landing at left. c.1650

Pen and brown ink with brown wash; framing lines in pen and brown ink.

Verso: see Inscriptions.

No watermark.

Inscriptions
Inscribed verso, left of centre, in red chalk ‎(17th century)‎: ‘J Cooning / f 2-10’; lower left, in graphite ‎(17th-18th century)‎: ‘Philip Koninck and 2 ‎[in a circle]‎’.

Dimensions
Height: 228 millimetres
Width: 370 millimetres ‎(chain lines horizontal, 26/27mm apart)‎

Condition
Generally good; some foxing, mostly in the sky; a patch at top right corner; small repair at top left; the ink in the foreground has a mottled appearance, as if salts had risen through it from the paper.

Curator's comments
Draught entry from the forthcoming permanent catalogue: Martin Royalton-Kisch, 'Drawings by Rembrandt and his School in the British Museum', 2008 or 2009, Jacob Koninck, cat. no.2; last updated 6 March 2008:
The locality of the landscape has not been identified. The early attribution to Jacob Koninck on the verso appears to be reliable. Similar red chalk inscriptions appear on stylistically comparable drawings in Rotterdam and Berlin, which may at an early date have belonged together in a compendium of twelve drawings by both Jacob Koninck and Pieter de With.‎[1]‎
All these drawings are somewhat removed in style from the only documentary drawings by the artist, cat. no.1 ‎(Oo,9.81)‎ above and the signed and dated drawing of 1665 in Paris ‎(Frits Lugt Collection, Institut Néerlandais)‎.‎[2]‎ One of the Rotterdam drawings has a watermark resembling that in paper of the 1640s, and it could be that the present sheet was made during that or the following decade.‎[3]‎

NOTES:
‎[1]‎ Rotterdam inv.MB 183-5 ‎(Sumowski 1306x, 1309x and 1307x; Rotterdam, 1988, nos.89-91)‎; Berlin inv.2864 ‎(Sumowski 1304x)‎. The first of the Rotterdam drawings is inscribed on the verso: ‘13 ‎[crossed out]‎ 12 tekeningen van dhr p. de widt / en jacobus coninck / f12 – guld’. Another drawing in Rotterdam, now attributed to de With although sometimes attributed to Jacob Koninck in the past, also came from the same set, and is similarly inscribed ‎(inv.2410x; Rotterdam 1988, no.135, repr.; Sumowski 2410x, repr.; inscribed on the verso in red chalk: ‘p de widt’)‎.
‎[2]‎ Inv.1971-T3 ‎(Sumowski 1290)‎.
‎[3]‎ Rotterdam MB 183, Sumowski 1306x ‎(see Rotterdam, 1988, no.89)‎.

LITERATURE ‎(NB most of the abbreviations used here will be found in Martin Royalton-Kisch, 'Drawings by Rembrandt and his Circle in the British Museum', exh. cat., British Museum, London, 1992. A full bibliography will be published online due course)‎:
Wurzbach, 1906, p.323 ‎(as signed)‎; Hind, 1913-14, no.20, repr. ‎(accepts on basis of old attribution on verso, not a signature)‎; London, 1915, p.81, no.2, repr. pl.XLVII; Hirschmann, 1918, p.23; Hofstede de Groot, 1927, p.268; Van Dyke, 1927, p.138 ‎(attribution to Jacob Koninck tentative)‎; Berlin, 1930, p.171, under no.2864 ‎(compares drawing in Berlin, inv.2864 [Sumowski 1304x]‎); Henkel, 1931, p.34; Paris, 1933, p.68, under no.1345 ‎(Jacob or Philips Koninck; compares Louvre drawings, inv.22973 and 22923 [Sumowski 1311x and 1310x]‎); Gerson, 1936, p.170, under no.XXXIX; Drost, 1957, p.124 ‎(compares drawing in British Museum attributed to Elsheimer [now De With, see cat. no.5; 1893,0731.1)‎; Bolten, 1967, p.75, under no.40 ‎(compares drawing in Groningen, inv. 1931-169 [Sumowski 1312x]‎); Amsterdam, 1981, p.92, under no.22; Sumowski, 1979 etc., VI, 1982, no.1299x, repr. ‎(accepts old attribution on verso on the basis of general comparisons with painted and drawn landscapes by the artist)‎.



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Subject
landscape


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Acquisition date
1912

Acquisition name
Donated by Henry van den Bergh

Donated through The Art Fund

Acquisition notes
J.P. Heseltine ‎(L.1507)‎; Colnaghi's ‎(see L.1507)‎; presented by Henry van den Bergh, through the National Art Collections Fund, 1912.


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Exhibition History
London, 1914, no.35;
1933, no.90;
1956, p.30, no.3;
1992 ‎(ex. catalogue)‎.

Landskab med en flod og fiskere i båd; skov landskab, flodens bred i forgrunden, en landsby med kirkespir mellem træerne, en færgebåd til venstre. © The Trustees of the British Museum. - Location: Dutch Roy XVIIcLandskab med en flod og fiskere i båd; skov landskab, flodens bred i forgrunden, en landsby med kirkespir mellem træerne, en færgebåd til venstre. © The Trustees of the British Museum. - Location: Dutch Roy XVIIc


Landskab mellem 1652 og 1655 ‎(Alder 37)‎ Ransdorp Waterland, Amsterdam Noord, Noord-Holland, NLD


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Materials
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Drawn by Jacob Koninck
Formerly attributed to Rembrandt ‎(school of)‎
Date: 1652-1655
Schools /Styles
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Description
View of a village with a church tower; formerly identified as Ransdorp in Waterland ‎(?)‎, all in a clump of trees, a large tree at left. c.1652-55

Reed pen and brown ink with touches of brown wash and white heightening; framing lines in pen and dark brown ink.

Verso: blank.

Watermark: fragment only: a circular frame with rosette ‎(possibly from a Seven Provinces watermark, such as Hinterding catalogue, variant C.a.a., repr. p.360)‎.

Dimensions
Height: 106 millimetres ‎(chain lines vertical, 24mm apart)‎
Width: 187 millimetres

Condition
Good; a small hole in sky to right; slight repair to upper left corner.

Curator's comments
Draught entry from the forthcoming permanent catalogue: Martin Royalton-Kisch, 'Drawings by Rembrandt and his School in the British Museum', 2008 or 2009, Jacob Koninck, cat. no.3; last updated 6 March 2008:
The style seems compatible with cat. nos.1 and 2 ‎(Oo,9.81 and 1912,1214.17)‎ and with many other drawings attributed to the artist.‎[1]‎ The church tower resembles that of Ransdorp ‎(see cat. no.1 and Van Borssum, cat. no.4 (1836,0811.55)‎ and may be based on it. The drawing is difficult to date, but given its Rembrandtesque qualities and its iconography it may be from after the time of Jacob Koninck's move to Amsterdam, where he is recorded from 1652-59. The use of the reed pen also emulates Rembrandt's landscape drawings from around 1650 onwards.

NOTE:
‎[1]‎ See Sumowski, 1979 etc., VI, 1982, nos.1289-1312x.

LITERATURE ‎(NB most of the abbreviations used here will be found in Martin Royalton-Kisch, 'Drawings by Rembrandt and his Circle in the British Museum', exh. cat., British Museum, London, 1992. A full bibliography will be published online due course)‎:
London, 1931, p.139 ‎(near Furnerius)‎.



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Associated places
Topographic representation of Ransdorp ‎(?)‎

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Acquisition date
1925

Acquisition name
Purchased from A P Rudolf



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Exhibition History
No exhibitions recorded.



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Landsby med kirketårn; tidligere identifiseret som Ransdorp i Waterland, i en gruppe træer, stort træ til venstre. © The Trustees of the British Museum. - Location: Dutch Roy XVIIcLandsby med kirketårn; tidligere identifiseret som Ransdorp i Waterland, i en gruppe træer, stort træ til venstre. © The Trustees of the British Museum. - Location: Dutch Roy XVIIc


Bopæl 1658 ‎(Alder 43)‎ Amsterdam, , Noord-Holland, NLD

Begivenhed omkring 1665 ‎(Alder 50)‎ NLD


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Attributed to Jacob Koninck
Formerly attributed to Rembrandt ‎(School of)‎
Date: 1665
Schools /Styles
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Description
Landscape with a hay-barn and a road; leading towards a town with windmill. c.1665

Pen and brown ink with brown wash, touched with grey wash, on paper washed light brown.

Verso: laid down on card ‎(remnant of old mat)‎.

No watermark visible.

Inscriptions
Inscribed on verso of backing, in graphite: ‘19 ‎[in a circle]‎’.

Dimensions
Height: 93 millimetres ‎(chain lines vertical, 23mm apart)‎
Width: 220 millimetres

Condition
Trimmed irregularly; the upper left section and top right corner made up.

Curator's comments
In Hind as School of Rembrandt and placed as School of Rembrandt.

Draught entry from the forthcoming permanent catalogue: Martin Royalton-Kisch, 'Drawings by Rembrandt and his School in the British Museum', 2008 or 2009, attributed to Jacob Koninck, cat. no.5; last updated 7 March 2008:
The site depicted is apparently the farm near the Diemerdijk also seen in Rembrandt's etching, the ‘Landscape with a Milkman’ of around 1650 ‎(Bartsch 213, Hind 242)‎. The drawing ascribed tentatively to him, 1895,0915.1258 ‎(qv)‎, is another view of the same buildings but seen from the other side.‎[1]‎ The present drawing shows them from approximately the same angle as Rembrandt's etched ‘Landscape with a Haybarn and a Flock of Sheep’ of 1652 ‎(Bartsch 224, Hind 241)‎, but subtle differences suggest that the various views were not taken at the same time.
The attribution, first advanced only recently,‎[2]‎ is tentative, but the style has closer analogies with Jacob Koninck than with other landscape draughtsmen working in a Rembrandtesque manner, as a comparison with the other works by him in the Museum's collection attests.

NOTES:
‎[1]‎ As first noticed by Christopher White ‎(note in Museum files)‎ and later by Broos in Amsterdam, 1981 ‎(see Lit. below)‎.
‎[2]‎ By Sumowski ‎(see Lit. below)‎.

LITERATURE ‎(NB most of the abbreviations used here will be found in Martin Royalton-Kisch, 'Drawings by Rembrandt and his Circle in the British Museum', exh. cat., British Museum, London, 1992. A full bibliography will be published online due course)‎:
Bürger, 1858, p.402 ‎(Rembrandt)‎; London, 1915, no.160 ‎(Rembrandt School, possibly by Lievens)‎; Amsterdam, 1981, p.151, n.8, under no.41 ‎(attrib. to Lievens; see n.1 above)‎; Sumowski, VI, 1982, no.1293x, repr. ‎(attributes to J. Koninck; compares especially drawing of same motif in Pierpont Morgan Library, Sumowksi 1292x)‎; Exh. Amsterdam-Paris, 1998-9, p.226 and n.13 ‎(topography)‎.



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Subject
harvesting/haymaking


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Acquisition date
1824

Acquisition name
Bequeathed by Richard Payne Knight


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Exhibition History
No exhibitions recorded.

Landskab med hølade og en vej; fører hen til en by med vindmølle. © The Trustees of the British Museum. - Location: Dutch Roy XVIIcLandskab med hølade og en vej; fører hen til en by med vindmølle. © The Trustees of the British Museum. - Location: Dutch Roy XVIIc


Landskab omkring 1665 ‎(Alder 50)‎ NLD


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Attributed to Jacob Koninck
Formerly attributed to Jan Lievens
Date: 1665
Schools /Styles
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Description
A road through a meadow leading to a wood and buildlings; a horse and cart at centre, two cows at far left and thick forest behind. c.1665

Pen and brown ink, with brown wash; framing-lines in pen and ‎(darker)‎ brown ink.

Verso: Sketches of trees, two heads and a classical building.

Watermark: Strasburg lily in crowned shield, perhaps with letter 'S' below ‎(indistinct)‎.

Inscriptions
Inscribed verso, in pen and brown ink, lower left: ‘Jan Lievens’; in darker brown ink, centre: ‘Uyt het Cabinet van de Hr:Willem Baart a / Haarlem’.

Dimensions
Height: 220 millimetres
Width: 339 millimetres

Condition
Recto somewhat faded; some dirt and discolouration; lower left corner repaired; an original paper crease, lower left; minor losses at left edge.

Curator's comments
Draught entry from the forthcoming permanent catalogue: Martin Royalton-Kisch, 'Drawings by Rembrandt and his School in the British Museum', 2008 or 2009, attributed to Jacob Koninck, cat. no.4; last updated 6 March 2008:
For the problems posed in attributing landscape drawings to Jan Lievens and his son, Jan Andrea Lievens, see the biography of the latter.
Although acquired at the Lawrence sale in the same lot as three drawings by Lievens ‎(see under Acquisition)‎, an attribution to Jacob Koninck, although not obvious, merits serious consideration. It compares closely with cat. no.2 ‎(1912,1214.17)‎‎[1]‎, and the composition depends on a drawing attributed to Jacob Koninck in Dresden, which may well be a sketch from nature.‎[2]‎
The verso, which contains slight sketches from nature, includes a curiosity - a classical building with a portico. It is not known whether Jacob Koninck ever left the Netherlands, or whether he could have studied such buildings in Italy.

NOTES:
‎[1]‎ As suggested by Sumowski 1303x; he also rightly refers to a drawing of a ‘Panorama with Shrubs in the Foreground’ in Darmstadt ‎(inv.Hz 145; Sumowski 1300x)‎.
‎[2]‎ As noted by Sumowski 1303x. The Dresden drawing has no inventory number but is Sumowski 1308x.

LITERATURE ‎(NB most of the abbreviations used here will be found in Martin Royalton-Kisch, 'Drawings by Rembrandt and his Circle in the British Museum', exh. cat., British Museum, London, 1992. A full bibliography will be published online due course)‎:
Popham, 1935, p.190, no.3 ‎(Jan Andrea Lievens or Leupenius)‎; Schneider-Ekkart, 1973 ed. only, pp.395-6, no.SZ. LXXVIII ‎(not Lievens; prefers Popham’s suggestion as Leupenius)‎; Sumowski, 1979 etc., VI, 1982, no.1303x ‎(attributed to Jacob Koninck; see n.1 above)‎.



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Subject
landscape


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Acquisition date
1946

Acquisition name
Donated by Count Antoine Seilern ‎(biographical details | all objects)‎
Previous owner/ex-collection Samuel Woodburn ‎(lot 538(4)‎) ‎(biographical details | all objects)‎
Previous owner/ex-collection Sir Thomas Phillipps ‎(biographical details | all objects)‎
Previous owner/ex-collection Sir Thomas Lawrence
Previous owner/ex-collection Thomas Fitzroy Fenwick
Previous owner/ex-collection William Baart ‎(of Haarlem)‎

Acquisition notes
Willem Baart, Haarlem ‎(according to inscription, verso)‎; Thomas Lawrence ‎(L.2445)‎; Samuel Woodburn, sale, Christie’s, 4 June, 1860, lot 538 ‎(one of 4 drawings in the lot, the others here Lievens cat. nos.22, 23, and 20; 1946,0713.160, 162 and 163)‎, bt Sir T. Phillipps, 10s; by descent to Thomas Fitzroy Phillipps Fenwick; presented by the National Art-Collections Fund, 1946.


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Exhibition History
London, 1956, p.29, no.7 ‎(Lievens)‎.

Vej gennem eng fører til skov og bygninger, en hest med vogn, to køer til venstre tæt skov bag. © The Trustees of the British Museum. - Location: Dutch Roy XVIIcVej gennem eng fører til skov og bygninger, en hest med vogn, to køer til venstre tæt skov bag. © The Trustees of the British Museum. - Location: Dutch Roy XVIIc


Begivenhed

Vis detaljer Note: Koninck Jacob ‎(1610/15-after 1690)‎ ‎(Holland)‎: Uneven. Between $ 4,000 and 8,000
KONIG, FREDERICK Portrait study of a girl wearing a hat, 17.7cm x 13.9cm, o/p, s, dos. 06/10/00, BW £ 436
KONINCK, SALOMON ‎(1609-1656)‎ The descent from the cross, 107cm x 88.5cm, o/c, s, d.1653, dos. 9/7/98, S £ 34,500
KONINCK, SALOMON ‎(1609-1656)‎ Portrait of a Rabbi, wearing a red cloak and skull cap, 77.5cm x 80.4cm, o/c, dos. 7/7/99, S £ 11,500
KONINCK, PHILIPS DE ‎(1619-1688)‎ Portrait of a doctor in his study, 23.5cm x 22cm, o/p, dos. 16/12/99, S £ 11,500
KONINCK, JACOB ‎(1612-1690)‎ An open landscape with huntsmen on a track before a village, 52.5cm x 67cm, o/c, s, d. 1667, dos. 26/04/01, S £ 12,000
KONING, ELISABETH JOHANNA ‎(d.1888)‎ Still life of flowers, 42cm x 48cm, o/c, s, d. 1849, dos 2/4/98, S £ 13,800

Død mellem juni 1690 og 1700 ‎(Alder 75)‎ Amsterdam, , Noord-Holland, NLD


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Coning, Jacob ‎(I)‎
Conningh, Jacob ‎(I)‎
Koning, Jacob ‎(I)‎
Konink, Jacob ‎(I)‎


Man/vrouw/groep man

Nationaliteit/school Noord-Nederlands ‎(vóór 1775)‎

Geboorteplaats/datum Amsterdam 1614 – 1616 ca. 1614-1616

Sterfplaats/datum Kopenhagen 1690-06 – 1700 na1690


Plaats/periode van werkzaamheid Dordrecht 1633 - 1636
Rotterdam 1637 - 1645
Den Haag 1647 - 1651
ca.

Amsterdam 1658
Denemarken 1676 - 1690

Kwalificatie schilder, tekenaar

Onderwerp genrekunst
landschappen
portretten
architectuur ‎(als genre)‎


Leerling van Colijns, David

Leraar van Koninck, Jacob ‎(II)‎
Koninck, Philips


Navolger van Rembrandt

Naslagwerk Hollstein ‎(1949-)‎ , dl. 9, p. 264
Thieme/Becker 1907-1950 , dl. 21 ‎(1927)‎, p. 267-268
Waller 1938/1974 , p. 181
Witt Checklist 1978

Literatuur N. Schadee ‎[red.]‎, cat.tent. Rotterdamse Meesters uit de Gouden Eeuw, Rotterdam ‎(Historisch Museum)‎, 1994, p.286
E. Buijsen ‎[e.a.]‎, Haagse Schilders in de Gouden Eeuw, Den Haag, 1998, p.321


Standplaats ONS/Groep 550 - Historie: Rembrandt en school
ONS/Groep 558 - Genre 2: algemeen
ONS/Groep 574 - Landschappen 2
ONS/Groep 608 - Portretten 2
ONS/Groep 800 - Voorordening schilderkunst
ONT/Groep 138 - Genre: soldaten, ruiters en jagers
ONT/Groep 152 - Landschappen
ONT/Groep 162 - Stadsgezichten en architectuur
ONT/Groep 278 - Voorordening tekenkunst
PDO/Nederlandse kunstenaars: K
ONS/Witt-microfiches


Overige opmerkingen Oudere broer van Philips Koninck en oom van Salomon Koninck.

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Forældre  (F411)
Aert de Coninx II‎(de oude)‎
1575 - 1639
Anneke De Moor
-
Aert de Coninx III
-
Jacob Koninck I
1615 - 1690
David Koninck
1618 -
Daniel Koninck
1618 -
Philips Aertsz. de Koninck
1619 - 1688
Pieter de Coning II
-
Jannetje Coninx
-
Maria Coninx
-

Nærmeste familie  (F516)
Maria Cotermans Jansdatter
- 1637
‎(ukendt)‎ Koninck
-

Nærmeste familie  (F517)
Janetje Cornelis
- 1644

Nærmeste familie  (F410)
Susanne Dalbenij
-
Kongelig hofmaler Jacob Coning
1648 - 1724


Noter

Note
after 1708 Jacob Koninck ‎(or Koningh)‎ I, Amsterdam Dutch painter, draftsman, and printmaker, born in 1616 ‎(1615?)‎. — brother of Philips Koninck ‎[05 Nov 1619 – 06 Oct 1688 bur.]‎ and related to Salomon Koninck ‎[1609 – 08 Aug 1656 bur.]‎ — Two works by Jacob I appear in the inventory of his father, the goldsmith Aert de Coninck ‎[–1639]‎: a Bacchus Drawn in Pen and a Head. In 1633 Jacob was living in Dordrecht. From 1637 to 1645 he was in Rotterdam, where his first wife, Maria Cotermans, died in 1637. By 1647 Jacob had moved to The Hague, where, in the following year, he married Susanna Dalbenij. Their son Jacob Koninck II ‎{1648–1724]‎ became a painter. Throughout his life, Jacob the elder struggled against Finlandancial difficulty. In 1651 he left his wife’s house and moved to Amsterdam, where his name appears twice, in 1652 and 1659, in connection with debts. He went to Copenhagen about 1676, having fallen out with fellow painters of the Amsterdam guild, who accused him of unfair competition. In his absence they confiscated his paintings; on 27 May 1676 he wrote to Christian V of Denmark asking for help to retrieve his work. On 03 September 1682 his nephew Daniël Koninck ‎[1668–>1720]‎ was apprenticed to him. On 03 August 1690 Daniël paid off his apprenticeship fee ‘to my Uncle Jacob de Koninck, Painter in Copenhagen’.

Note
Jacob Koninck ‎(c1615 - c1691)‎
Artists who influenced Jacob Koninck
Two works by Jacob I appear in the inventory of his father, the goldsmith Aert de Coninck ‎(d 1639)‎: a ‘Bacchus Drawn in Pen’ and a ‘Head’. In 1633 Jacob was living in Dordrecht. From 1637 to 1645 he was in Rotterdam, where his first wife, Maria Cotermans, died in 1637. By 1647 Jacob had moved to The Hague, where, in the following year, he married Susanna Dalbenij. Their son Jacob Koninck II ‎(?1648

Artists who influenced Jacob Koninck:
Rembrandt
Jan Lievens
Philips Koninck‎

Note
Jacob Koninck I
‎(b Amsterdam, 1614-15; d Amsterdam, after 3 June 1690)‎. Two works by Jacob I appear in the inventory of his father, the goldsmith Aert de Coninck ‎(d 1639)‎: a ?Bacchus Drawn in Pen' and a ?Head'. In 1633 Jacob was living in Dordrecht. From 1637 to 1645 he was in Rotterdam, where his first wife, Maria Cotermans, died in 1637. By 1647 Jacob had moved to The Hague, where, in the following year, he married Susanna Dalbenij. Their son Jacob Koninck II ‎(?1648-1724)‎, who later became a painter, was probably born the same year. Throughout his life, Jacob the elder struggled against Finlandancial difficulty. In 1651 he left his wife's house and moved to Amsterdam, where his name appears twice, in 1652 and 1659, in connection with debts. He went to Copenhagen c. 1676, having fallen out with fellow painters of the Amsterdam guild, who accused him of unfair competition. In his absence they confiscated his paintings; on 27 May 1676 he wrote to Christian V of Denmark asking for help to retrieve his work. On 3 September 1682 his nephew Daniël Koninck ‎(1668-after 1720)‎ was apprenticed to him. On 3 August 1690 Daniël paid off his apprenticeship fee ?to my Uncle Jacob de Koninck, Painter in Copenhagen'.

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Født ‎(2)‎ Jacob Koninck I
‎(b Amsterdam, 1614–15; d Amsterdam, after 3 June 1690)‎. Two works by Jacob I appear in the inventory of his father, the goldsmith Aert de Coninck ‎(d 1639)‎: a ‘Bacchus Drawn in Pen’ and a ‘Head’. In 1633 Jacob was living in Dordrecht. From 1637 to 1645 he was in Rotterdam, where his first wife, Maria Cotermans, died in 1637. By 1647 Jacob had moved to The Hague, where, in the following year, he married Susanna Dalbenij. Their son Jacob Koninck II ‎(?1648–1724)‎, who later became a painter, was probably born the same year. Throughout his life, Jacob the elder struggled against Finlandancial difficulty. In 1651 he left his wife’s house and moved to Amsterdam, where his name appears twice, in 1652 and 1659, in connection with debts. He went to Copenhagen c. 1676, having fallen out with fellow painters of the Amsterdam guild, who accused him of unfair competition. In his absence they confiscated his paintings; on 27 May 1676 he wrote to Christian V of Denmark asking for help to retrieve his work. On 3 September 1682 his nephew Daniël Koninck ‎(1668–after 1720)‎ was apprenticed to him. On 3 August 1690 Daniël paid off his apprenticeship fee ‘to my Uncle Jacob de Koninck, Painter in Copenhagen’.
Erhverv P. Haverkorn de Rijsewick i Museum Eoijmann's Katalog 1892,
citeret i ,,Oud Holland'' XX. De der givne Meddelelser om
hans Ægteskab er formentlig urigtige, jfr. nedenfor.
Bredius K. I. IV S. 1369.
BET Object types
drawing

Materials
paper
Techniques
drawn
Production person
Attributed to Jacob Koninck
Circle/School of Rembrandt
Date: 1631-1708
Schools /Styles
Dutch

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Description
View of Amsterdam near the Haarlem Gate; view from the fortifications including wet ditches with palisades, a windmill on a bank beyond, a church behind to left, and a row of houses to left
Pen and brown ink, with brown wash, on pale brown prepared paper

Inscriptions
Verso inscribed with attributions and in Dutch

Dimensions
Height: 190 millimetres
Width: 311 millimetres



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Subject
windmill
archaeology/excavation

Associated places
Topographic representation of Amsterdam



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Acquisition date
1895

Acquisition name
Purchased from Col John Wingfield Malcolm
Previous owner/ex-collection Sir John Charles Robinson
Previous owner/ex-collection John Malcolm of Poltalloch



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Ægteskab Bruidegom Jacob de Coninck , weduwnaar van , Amsterdam
Bruid Jannetge Cornelis , jongedochter , Rotterdam

Plaats Rotterdam
Datum trouwen 18-12-1639

Opmerkingen Rotterdam




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DTB Rotterdam inv. 15 Stadstrouw , index nummer 042
Ægteskab Bruidegom Jacob de Coninck , weduwnaar van , Amsterdam
Bruid Jannetge Cornelis , jongedochter , Rotterdam

Plaats Rotterdam
Datum trouwen 18-12-1639

Opmerkingen Rotterdam




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DTB Rotterdam inv. 15 Stadstrouw , index nummer 042
Ægteskab Iflg B Rytter 20 JUL 1647
Ægteskab Iflg B Rytter 20 JUL 1647
Landskab Object
types
print study drawing

Materials
paper
Techniques
drawn
Production person
Drawn by Jacob Koninck 3
Date: 1650
Schools /Styles
Dutch


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Description
View of Ransdorp in Waterland; a church surrounded by cottages in a clump of trees. c.1650

Pen and brown ink, with some indications in graphite, on paper tinted brown.

Verso: see Inscriptions.

Watermark: bunch of grapes ‎(fragmentary)‎.

Inscriptions
A few touches of darker ink in the lower left hand corner and lower centre resemble inscriptions, but are not clearly decipherable. Verso inscribed with register no. and in graphite: ‘17 ‎[in a circle]‎’ and ‘Sunk Mount ‎[19th century]‎’.

Dimensions
Height: 94 millimetres ‎(chain lines vertical, 22/24mm apart)‎
Width: 187 millimetres

Condition
Somewhat rubbed, faded and stained.

Curator's comments
Draught entry from the forthcoming permanent catalogue: Martin Royalton-Kisch, 'Drawings by Rembrandt and his School in the British Museum', 2008 or 2009, Jacob Koninck, cat. no.1; last updated 6 March 2008:
Like the drawing in this collection by Anthonie van Borssom ‎(see cat. no.4 1836,0811.55)‎, the present work depicts the church at Ransdorp.‎[1]‎
The drawing, the only one to be connected with another of Jacob Koninck's productions, served as the preparatory sketch for his etching of the same subject, which is signed and dated 1663 and shows the composition in reverse ‎(B.238, H.329)‎. The etching is slightly narrower than the drawing, but otherwise the differences between them are minor.
Clearly influenced by Rembrandt's landscape drawings of the 1640s and 1650s, the present sheet may have been executed some years before the related etching of 1663. The style also resembles that of Pieter de With ‎(qv)‎.

NOTE:
‎[1]‎ Other drawings of the church are enumerated in that entry, which also gives some historical details concerning the structure. The location was identified in the present composition by Six, 1909, p.95 ‎(mentioning only the related etching)‎.

LITERATURE ‎('etching' refers to Bartsch 238, Hind 329, formerly attributed to Rembrandt but by Jacob Koninck; NB most of the abbreviations used here will be found in Martin Royalton-Kisch, 'Drawings by Rembrandt and his Circle in the British Museum', exh. cat., British Museum, London, 1992. A full bibliography will be published online due course)‎:
Vosmaer, 1868, p.222 ‎(Rembrandt, for his etching [the print in fact by Jacob Koninck]‎); Vosmaer, 1877, p.612 ‎(Rembrandt)‎; Dutuit, IV, 1885, p.86 ‎(Rembrandt)‎; Seidlitz, 1895, p.134, under no.238 ‎(by Jacob Koninck, for the etching, in reverse)‎; Hind, 1912/23, I, under no.329 ‎(as Seidlitz, 1895)‎; Hind, 1913-14, under no.20; London, 1915, pp.80-81, no.1, repr. pl.XLVII ‎(as Seidlitz, 1895)‎; Hirschmann, 1918, p.23; Seidlitz, 1922, p.194, under no.238 ‎(as Seidlitz, 1895)‎; Hofstede de Groot, 1927, p.268; Van Dyke, 1927, p.138, repr. pl.XLIII, fig.169; Berlin, 1930, p.171, under no.2864 ‎(as London, 1915; compares Berlin ‘Panorama’, inv.2864)‎; Henkel, 1931, p.84; Gerson, 1936, p.170, under no.ZXXXIX ‎(compares Maes cat. no.5; 1905,1110.68)‎; Oxford, 1938, p.79 ‎(compares views of Ransdorp in Oxford, Benesch 1310, and Van Borssom in British Museum [see cat. no.4, 1836,0811.55]‎); Hollstein, IX, n.d. ‎[c.1953]‎, p.264, under no.1; Münz, 1952, p.186, under no.356; Biörklund and Barnard, 1955, p.129, under no.BB Rej 27); White and Boon, 1969, I, p.180, under no.B248 ‎(comparing drawing in Dresden, C.1335, HdG.283 [repr. Sumowski 2400x as P. de With]‎); Amsterdam, 1981, p.92, under no.22; Sumowski, 1979 etc., VI, 1982, no.1289, repr.; Haarlem, 1997, p.211, under no.223 ‎(compares drawing of ‘Farm with Haystack’ in Teyler Museum, inv. P*26)‎; Exh. Paris-Amsterdam, 1997, p.168, under no.74 ‎(compares ‘Farm among Trees’, Paris, Lugt Collection, inv.220, Sumowski 1315xx)‎.



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Subject
landscape

Associated places
Topographic representation of Ransdorp


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Acquisition date
1824

Acquisition name
Bequeathed by Richard Payne Knight ‎(in Register as a copy from the etching)‎



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Exhibition History
London, 1992 ‎(ex. catalogue)‎.



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Landskab Object types
drawing

Materials
paper
Techniques
drawn
Production person
Drawn by Jacob Koninck
Date: 1650
Schools /Styles
Dutch



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Description
Landscape with a river and anglers in a boat; wooded country, the banks of a river in the foreground, a village with church spire amid trees beyond, a ferry boat landing at left. c.1650

Pen and brown ink with brown wash; framing lines in pen and brown ink.

Verso: see Inscriptions.

No watermark.

Inscriptions
Inscribed verso, left of centre, in red chalk ‎(17th century)‎: ‘J Cooning / f 2-10’; lower left, in graphite ‎(17th-18th century)‎: ‘Philip Koninck and 2 ‎[in a circle]‎’.

Dimensions
Height: 228 millimetres
Width: 370 millimetres ‎(chain lines horizontal, 26/27mm apart)‎

Condition
Generally good; some foxing, mostly in the sky; a patch at top right corner; small repair at top left; the ink in the foreground has a mottled appearance, as if salts had risen through it from the paper.

Curator's comments
Draught entry from the forthcoming permanent catalogue: Martin Royalton-Kisch, 'Drawings by Rembrandt and his School in the British Museum', 2008 or 2009, Jacob Koninck, cat. no.2; last updated 6 March 2008:
The locality of the landscape has not been identified. The early attribution to Jacob Koninck on the verso appears to be reliable. Similar red chalk inscriptions appear on stylistically comparable drawings in Rotterdam and Berlin, which may at an early date have belonged together in a compendium of twelve drawings by both Jacob Koninck and Pieter de With.‎[1]‎
All these drawings are somewhat removed in style from the only documentary drawings by the artist, cat. no.1 ‎(Oo,9.81)‎ above and the signed and dated drawing of 1665 in Paris ‎(Frits Lugt Collection, Institut Néerlandais)‎.‎[2]‎ One of the Rotterdam drawings has a watermark resembling that in paper of the 1640s, and it could be that the present sheet was made during that or the following decade.‎[3]‎

NOTES:
‎[1]‎ Rotterdam inv.MB 183-5 ‎(Sumowski 1306x, 1309x and 1307x; Rotterdam, 1988, nos.89-91)‎; Berlin inv.2864 ‎(Sumowski 1304x)‎. The first of the Rotterdam drawings is inscribed on the verso: ‘13 ‎[crossed out]‎ 12 tekeningen van dhr p. de widt / en jacobus coninck / f12 – guld’. Another drawing in Rotterdam, now attributed to de With although sometimes attributed to Jacob Koninck in the past, also came from the same set, and is similarly inscribed ‎(inv.2410x; Rotterdam 1988, no.135, repr.; Sumowski 2410x, repr.; inscribed on the verso in red chalk: ‘p de widt’)‎.
‎[2]‎ Inv.1971-T3 ‎(Sumowski 1290)‎.
‎[3]‎ Rotterdam MB 183, Sumowski 1306x ‎(see Rotterdam, 1988, no.89)‎.

LITERATURE ‎(NB most of the abbreviations used here will be found in Martin Royalton-Kisch, 'Drawings by Rembrandt and his Circle in the British Museum', exh. cat., British Museum, London, 1992. A full bibliography will be published online due course)‎:
Wurzbach, 1906, p.323 ‎(as signed)‎; Hind, 1913-14, no.20, repr. ‎(accepts on basis of old attribution on verso, not a signature)‎; London, 1915, p.81, no.2, repr. pl.XLVII; Hirschmann, 1918, p.23; Hofstede de Groot, 1927, p.268; Van Dyke, 1927, p.138 ‎(attribution to Jacob Koninck tentative)‎; Berlin, 1930, p.171, under no.2864 ‎(compares drawing in Berlin, inv.2864 [Sumowski 1304x]‎); Henkel, 1931, p.34; Paris, 1933, p.68, under no.1345 ‎(Jacob or Philips Koninck; compares Louvre drawings, inv.22973 and 22923 [Sumowski 1311x and 1310x]‎); Gerson, 1936, p.170, under no.XXXIX; Drost, 1957, p.124 ‎(compares drawing in British Museum attributed to Elsheimer [now De With, see cat. no.5; 1893,0731.1)‎; Bolten, 1967, p.75, under no.40 ‎(compares drawing in Groningen, inv. 1931-169 [Sumowski 1312x]‎); Amsterdam, 1981, p.92, under no.22; Sumowski, 1979 etc., VI, 1982, no.1299x, repr. ‎(accepts old attribution on verso on the basis of general comparisons with painted and drawn landscapes by the artist)‎.



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Subject
landscape


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Acquisition date
1912

Acquisition name
Donated by Henry van den Bergh

Donated through The Art Fund

Acquisition notes
J.P. Heseltine ‎(L.1507)‎; Colnaghi's ‎(see L.1507)‎; presented by Henry van den Bergh, through the National Art Collections Fund, 1912.


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Exhibition History
London, 1914, no.35;
1933, no.90;
1956, p.30, no.3;
1992 ‎(ex. catalogue)‎.
Landskab Object types
drawing


Materials
paper
Techniques
drawn
Production person
Drawn by Jacob Koninck
Formerly attributed to Rembrandt ‎(school of)‎
Date: 1652-1655
Schools /Styles
Dutch

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Description
View of a village with a church tower; formerly identified as Ransdorp in Waterland ‎(?)‎, all in a clump of trees, a large tree at left. c.1652-55

Reed pen and brown ink with touches of brown wash and white heightening; framing lines in pen and dark brown ink.

Verso: blank.

Watermark: fragment only: a circular frame with rosette ‎(possibly from a Seven Provinces watermark, such as Hinterding catalogue, variant C.a.a., repr. p.360)‎.

Dimensions
Height: 106 millimetres ‎(chain lines vertical, 24mm apart)‎
Width: 187 millimetres

Condition
Good; a small hole in sky to right; slight repair to upper left corner.

Curator's comments
Draught entry from the forthcoming permanent catalogue: Martin Royalton-Kisch, 'Drawings by Rembrandt and his School in the British Museum', 2008 or 2009, Jacob Koninck, cat. no.3; last updated 6 March 2008:
The style seems compatible with cat. nos.1 and 2 ‎(Oo,9.81 and 1912,1214.17)‎ and with many other drawings attributed to the artist.‎[1]‎ The church tower resembles that of Ransdorp ‎(see cat. no.1 and Van Borssum, cat. no.4 (1836,0811.55)‎ and may be based on it. The drawing is difficult to date, but given its Rembrandtesque qualities and its iconography it may be from after the time of Jacob Koninck's move to Amsterdam, where he is recorded from 1652-59. The use of the reed pen also emulates Rembrandt's landscape drawings from around 1650 onwards.

NOTE:
‎[1]‎ See Sumowski, 1979 etc., VI, 1982, nos.1289-1312x.

LITERATURE ‎(NB most of the abbreviations used here will be found in Martin Royalton-Kisch, 'Drawings by Rembrandt and his Circle in the British Museum', exh. cat., British Museum, London, 1992. A full bibliography will be published online due course)‎:
London, 1931, p.139 ‎(near Furnerius)‎.



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Associated places
Topographic representation of Ransdorp ‎(?)‎

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Acquisition date
1925

Acquisition name
Purchased from A P Rudolf



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Exhibition History
No exhibitions recorded.



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ABT Object types
drawing


Materials
paper
Techniques
drawn
Production person
Attributed to Jacob Koninck
Formerly attributed to Rembrandt ‎(School of)‎
Date: 1665
Schools /Styles
Dutch


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Description
Landscape with a hay-barn and a road; leading towards a town with windmill. c.1665

Pen and brown ink with brown wash, touched with grey wash, on paper washed light brown.

Verso: laid down on card ‎(remnant of old mat)‎.

No watermark visible.

Inscriptions
Inscribed on verso of backing, in graphite: ‘19 ‎[in a circle]‎’.

Dimensions
Height: 93 millimetres ‎(chain lines vertical, 23mm apart)‎
Width: 220 millimetres

Condition
Trimmed irregularly; the upper left section and top right corner made up.

Curator's comments
In Hind as School of Rembrandt and placed as School of Rembrandt.

Draught entry from the forthcoming permanent catalogue: Martin Royalton-Kisch, 'Drawings by Rembrandt and his School in the British Museum', 2008 or 2009, attributed to Jacob Koninck, cat. no.5; last updated 7 March 2008:
The site depicted is apparently the farm near the Diemerdijk also seen in Rembrandt's etching, the ‘Landscape with a Milkman’ of around 1650 ‎(Bartsch 213, Hind 242)‎. The drawing ascribed tentatively to him, 1895,0915.1258 ‎(qv)‎, is another view of the same buildings but seen from the other side.‎[1]‎ The present drawing shows them from approximately the same angle as Rembrandt's etched ‘Landscape with a Haybarn and a Flock of Sheep’ of 1652 ‎(Bartsch 224, Hind 241)‎, but subtle differences suggest that the various views were not taken at the same time.
The attribution, first advanced only recently,‎[2]‎ is tentative, but the style has closer analogies with Jacob Koninck than with other landscape draughtsmen working in a Rembrandtesque manner, as a comparison with the other works by him in the Museum's collection attests.

NOTES:
‎[1]‎ As first noticed by Christopher White ‎(note in Museum files)‎ and later by Broos in Amsterdam, 1981 ‎(see Lit. below)‎.
‎[2]‎ By Sumowski ‎(see Lit. below)‎.

LITERATURE ‎(NB most of the abbreviations used here will be found in Martin Royalton-Kisch, 'Drawings by Rembrandt and his Circle in the British Museum', exh. cat., British Museum, London, 1992. A full bibliography will be published online due course)‎:
Bürger, 1858, p.402 ‎(Rembrandt)‎; London, 1915, no.160 ‎(Rembrandt School, possibly by Lievens)‎; Amsterdam, 1981, p.151, n.8, under no.41 ‎(attrib. to Lievens; see n.1 above)‎; Sumowski, VI, 1982, no.1293x, repr. ‎(attributes to J. Koninck; compares especially drawing of same motif in Pierpont Morgan Library, Sumowksi 1292x)‎; Exh. Amsterdam-Paris, 1998-9, p.226 and n.13 ‎(topography)‎.



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Subject
harvesting/haymaking


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Acquisition date
1824

Acquisition name
Bequeathed by Richard Payne Knight


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Exhibition History
No exhibitions recorded.
Landskab Object types
drawing

Materials
paper
Techniques
drawn
Production person
Attributed to Jacob Koninck
Formerly attributed to Jan Lievens
Date: 1665
Schools /Styles
Dutch


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Description
A road through a meadow leading to a wood and buildlings; a horse and cart at centre, two cows at far left and thick forest behind. c.1665

Pen and brown ink, with brown wash; framing-lines in pen and ‎(darker)‎ brown ink.

Verso: Sketches of trees, two heads and a classical building.

Watermark: Strasburg lily in crowned shield, perhaps with letter 'S' below ‎(indistinct)‎.

Inscriptions
Inscribed verso, in pen and brown ink, lower left: ‘Jan Lievens’; in darker brown ink, centre: ‘Uyt het Cabinet van de Hr:Willem Baart a / Haarlem’.

Dimensions
Height: 220 millimetres
Width: 339 millimetres

Condition
Recto somewhat faded; some dirt and discolouration; lower left corner repaired; an original paper crease, lower left; minor losses at left edge.

Curator's comments
Draught entry from the forthcoming permanent catalogue: Martin Royalton-Kisch, 'Drawings by Rembrandt and his School in the British Museum', 2008 or 2009, attributed to Jacob Koninck, cat. no.4; last updated 6 March 2008:
For the problems posed in attributing landscape drawings to Jan Lievens and his son, Jan Andrea Lievens, see the biography of the latter.
Although acquired at the Lawrence sale in the same lot as three drawings by Lievens ‎(see under Acquisition)‎, an attribution to Jacob Koninck, although not obvious, merits serious consideration. It compares closely with cat. no.2 ‎(1912,1214.17)‎‎[1]‎, and the composition depends on a drawing attributed to Jacob Koninck in Dresden, which may well be a sketch from nature.‎[2]‎
The verso, which contains slight sketches from nature, includes a curiosity - a classical building with a portico. It is not known whether Jacob Koninck ever left the Netherlands, or whether he could have studied such buildings in Italy.

NOTES:
‎[1]‎ As suggested by Sumowski 1303x; he also rightly refers to a drawing of a ‘Panorama with Shrubs in the Foreground’ in Darmstadt ‎(inv.Hz 145; Sumowski 1300x)‎.
‎[2]‎ As noted by Sumowski 1303x. The Dresden drawing has no inventory number but is Sumowski 1308x.

LITERATURE ‎(NB most of the abbreviations used here will be found in Martin Royalton-Kisch, 'Drawings by Rembrandt and his Circle in the British Museum', exh. cat., British Museum, London, 1992. A full bibliography will be published online due course)‎:
Popham, 1935, p.190, no.3 ‎(Jan Andrea Lievens or Leupenius)‎; Schneider-Ekkart, 1973 ed. only, pp.395-6, no.SZ. LXXVIII ‎(not Lievens; prefers Popham’s suggestion as Leupenius)‎; Sumowski, 1979 etc., VI, 1982, no.1303x ‎(attributed to Jacob Koninck; see n.1 above)‎.



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Subject
landscape


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Acquisition date
1946

Acquisition name
Donated by Count Antoine Seilern ‎(biographical details | all objects)‎
Previous owner/ex-collection Samuel Woodburn ‎(lot 538(4)‎) ‎(biographical details | all objects)‎
Previous owner/ex-collection Sir Thomas Phillipps ‎(biographical details | all objects)‎
Previous owner/ex-collection Sir Thomas Lawrence
Previous owner/ex-collection Thomas Fitzroy Fenwick
Previous owner/ex-collection William Baart ‎(of Haarlem)‎

Acquisition notes
Willem Baart, Haarlem ‎(according to inscription, verso)‎; Thomas Lawrence ‎(L.2445)‎; Samuel Woodburn, sale, Christie’s, 4 June, 1860, lot 538 ‎(one of 4 drawings in the lot, the others here Lievens cat. nos.22, 23, and 20; 1946,0713.160, 162 and 163)‎, bt Sir T. Phillipps, 10s; by descent to Thomas Fitzroy Phillipps Fenwick; presented by the National Art-Collections Fund, 1946.


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Exhibition History
London, 1956, p.29, no.7 ‎(Lievens)‎.
Koninck Koninck Jacob ‎(1610/15-after 1690)‎ ‎(Holland)‎: Uneven. Between $ 4,000 and 8,000
KONIG, FREDERICK Portrait study of a girl wearing a hat, 17.7cm x 13.9cm, o/p, s, dos. 06/10/00, BW £ 436
KONINCK, SALOMON ‎(1609-1656)‎ The descent from the cross, 107cm x 88.5cm, o/c, s, d.1653, dos. 9/7/98, S £ 34,500
KONINCK, SALOMON ‎(1609-1656)‎ Portrait of a Rabbi, wearing a red cloak and skull cap, 77.5cm x 80.4cm, o/c, dos. 7/7/99, S £ 11,500
KONINCK, PHILIPS DE ‎(1619-1688)‎ Portrait of a doctor in his study, 23.5cm x 22cm, o/p, dos. 16/12/99, S £ 11,500
KONINCK, JACOB ‎(1612-1690)‎ An open landscape with huntsmen on a track before a village, 52.5cm x 67cm, o/c, s, d. 1667, dos. 26/04/01, S £ 12,000
KONING, ELISABETH JOHANNA ‎(d.1888)‎ Still life of flowers, 42cm x 48cm, o/c, s, d. 1849, dos 2/4/98, S £ 13,800
Død
Naam Koninck, Jacob ‎(I)‎
9 hits in RKD images
0 hits in RKD library
Naamsvariant Coninck, Jacob ‎(I)‎
Coning, Jacob ‎(I)‎
Conningh, Jacob ‎(I)‎
Koning, Jacob ‎(I)‎
Konink, Jacob ‎(I)‎


Man/vrouw/groep man

Nationaliteit/school Noord-Nederlands ‎(vóór 1775)‎

Geboorteplaats/datum Amsterdam 1614 – 1616 ca. 1614-1616

Sterfplaats/datum Kopenhagen 1690-06 – 1700 na1690


Plaats/periode van werkzaamheid Dordrecht 1633 - 1636
Rotterdam 1637 - 1645
Den Haag 1647 - 1651
ca.

Amsterdam 1658
Denemarken 1676 - 1690

Kwalificatie schilder, tekenaar

Onderwerp genrekunst
landschappen
portretten
architectuur ‎(als genre)‎


Leerling van Colijns, David

Leraar van Koninck, Jacob ‎(II)‎
Koninck, Philips


Navolger van Rembrandt

Naslagwerk Hollstein ‎(1949-)‎ , dl. 9, p. 264
Thieme/Becker 1907-1950 , dl. 21 ‎(1927)‎, p. 267-268
Waller 1938/1974 , p. 181
Witt Checklist 1978

Literatuur N. Schadee ‎[red.]‎, cat.tent. Rotterdamse Meesters uit de Gouden Eeuw, Rotterdam ‎(Historisch Museum)‎, 1994, p.286
E. Buijsen ‎[e.a.]‎, Haagse Schilders in de Gouden Eeuw, Den Haag, 1998, p.321


Standplaats ONS/Groep 550 - Historie: Rembrandt en school
ONS/Groep 558 - Genre 2: algemeen
ONS/Groep 574 - Landschappen 2
ONS/Groep 608 - Portretten 2
ONS/Groep 800 - Voorordening schilderkunst
ONT/Groep 138 - Genre: soldaten, ruiters en jagers
ONT/Groep 152 - Landschappen
ONT/Groep 162 - Stadsgezichten en architectuur
ONT/Groep 278 - Voorordening tekenkunst
PDO/Nederlandse kunstenaars: K
ONS/Witt-microfiches


Overige opmerkingen Oudere broer van Philips Koninck en oom van Salomon Koninck.

Recordnummer 45588
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Ransdorp i Waterland; Kirke omgivet af landsbyby og en gruppe træer. © The Trustees of the British Museum. - Location: Dutch Roy XVIIcRansdorp i Waterland; Kirke omgivet af landsbyby og en gruppe træer. © The Trustees of the British Museum. - Location: Dutch Roy XVIIc  ‎(M796)‎
Type: Malleri


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Landskab med en flod og fiskere i båd; skov landskab, flodens bred i forgrunden, en landsby med kirkespir mellem træerne, en færgebåd til venstre. © The Trustees of the British Museum. - Location: Dutch Roy XVIIcLandskab med en flod og fiskere i båd; skov landskab, flodens bred i forgrunden, en landsby med kirkespir mellem træerne, en færgebåd til venstre. © The Trustees of the British Museum. - Location: Dutch Roy XVIIc  ‎(M797)‎
Type: Malleri


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Landskab med hølade og en vej; fører hen til en by med vindmølle. © The Trustees of the British Museum. - Location: Dutch Roy XVIIcLandskab med hølade og en vej; fører hen til en by med vindmølle. © The Trustees of the British Museum. - Location: Dutch Roy XVIIc  ‎(M798)‎
Type: Malleri


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Vej gennem eng fører til skov og bygninger, en hest med vogn, to køer til venstre tæt skov bag. © The Trustees of the British Museum. - Location: Dutch Roy XVIIcVej gennem eng fører til skov og bygninger, en hest med vogn, to køer til venstre tæt skov bag. © The Trustees of the British Museum. - Location: Dutch Roy XVIIc  ‎(M799)‎
Type: Malleri


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Amsterdam ved Haarlem port; set fra befæstning viser våde diger med palisader, en vindmølle på en bakke, til venstre kirke og en række huse. © The Trustees of the British Museum. - Location: Dutch Roy XVIIcAmsterdam ved Haarlem port; set fra befæstning viser våde diger med palisader, en vindmølle på en bakke, til venstre kirke og en række huse. © The Trustees of the British Museum. - Location: Dutch Roy XVIIc  ‎(M800)‎
Type: Malleri


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Landsby med kirketårn; tidligere identifiseret som Ransdorp i Waterland, i en gruppe træer, stort træ til venstre. © The Trustees of the British Museum. - Location: Dutch Roy XVIIcLandsby med kirketårn; tidligere identifiseret som Ransdorp i Waterland, i en gruppe træer, stort træ til venstre. © The Trustees of the British Museum. - Location: Dutch Roy XVIIc  ‎(M801)‎
Type: Malleri


Multimedie objekt
media/Jacob Koninck. Landscape with Huntsmen. 1667.jpgmedia/Jacob Koninck. Landscape with Huntsmen. 1667.jpg  ‎(M304)‎
Type: Malleri


Vis detaljer Note: Jacob Koninck. Landscape with Huntsmen. 1667. Oil on canvas. 53 x 67 cm. Sold $19,000 ‎(2001, Sotheby's)‎.

U heeft met een klik op een link gezocht op Naam: Koninck, Jacob ‎(I)‎ in de database RKD images ‎(9 hits)‎


Kunstwerknummer 33289 ‎( 5 foto's )‎
Afbeeldingsnummer 0000037009
Huidige toeschrijving Jacob Koninck ‎(I)‎

Verworpen toeschrijving Guillaume Dubois
zie herkomst


Datering 1667 gedateerd ‎(1667)‎

Titel Heuvellandschap met jagers


Onderwerpstrefwoorden heuvellandschap, jager, zandweg, hond, dorp ‎(in landschap/marine)‎, hek, wilg

Object schilderij
Drager/techniek doek, olieverf

Vorm/maten liggende rechthoek, 52,5 x 66,6 cm

Signatuur/opschrift/merk gesigneerd en gedateerd ‎(rechtsonder)‎: J.Koninck f / 1667
etiket ‎(in verso)‎: 1554
etiket van J. Goudstikker met dit nummer

lakzegel ‎(in verso)‎
van J. Goudstikker


Collectie particuliere collectie

Collectie particuliere collectie

Collectie J. Goudstikker, Amsterdam
Van/tot
1924 –




Collectie particuliere collectie

Collectie particuliere collectie

Collectie P. de Boer, Amsterdam
Van/tot
1959 –

gesignaleerd


Collectie particuliere collectie

Veiling Sotheby's, Amsterdam, 1996-05-06, lotnr. 39, afb. kleur
als toegeschreven aan Guillaume Dubois, met opgave van herkomst

Barcode catalogus
0000001291

Veiling Koller, Galerie, Zürich, 1997-03-19 – 1997-03-21, lotnr. 29, afb. kleur
Barcode catalogus
0000004704

Veiling Dorotheum, Wenen, 1997-06-10, lotnr. 49, afb. kleur
Barcode catalogus
0000008168

Veiling Sotheby's, Amsterdam, 1997-11-11, lotnr. 69, afb. kleur
met uitgebreide opgave van herkomst, tentoonstellingen, literatuur; niet verkocht volgens opbrengstenlijst veilinghouder

Barcode catalogus
0000008564

Veiling Sotheby's, Londen, 2001-04-26, lotnr. 79, afb. kleur
met uitgebreide opgave van herkomst, tentoonstellingen en literatuur

Barcode catalogus
0000060159

Tentoonstelling Sammlung Schloss Rohoncz, Neue Pinakothek - Bayerische Staatsgemäldesammlungen, München, 1930 – 1930, nr. 179

Aus dem Besitz der Stiftung Sammlung Schloss Rohoncz, Villa Favorita, Castagnola/Lugano, 1949 – 1949, cat. nr. 133, zonder vermelding van jaartal

Exhibition of Works of Art from Private Collections in the North West and North Wales, Manchester City Art Gallery, Manchester, 1960-09-21 – 1960-10-30, nr. 93

Afgekorte literatuur Sumowski 1983ff, dl. 3, nr. 1000
Literatuur O. Hirschmann, 'Die Sammlung August Janssen' in: Der Cicerone 12 91920), p. 20-21, afb. 4, als 1664 gedateerd
R. Heinemann, Stiftung Sammlung Schloss Rohoncz, dl. 1, Verzeichnis der Gemälde, 1937, p. 83, cat. nr. 225, zonder vermelding jaartal
R. Heinemann, Sammlung Schloss Rohoncz, 1958, p. 56, cat. nr. 225, zonder vermelding jaartal
cat. Sammlung Schloss Rohoncz, 1958, nr. 225


Standplaats ONS/Groep 574 - Landschappen 2 ‎(afb.nr.: 0000037009)‎
ONS/Groep 574 - Landschappen 2 ‎(afb.nr.: 0000038375)‎
ONS/Groep 574 - Landschappen 2 ‎(afb.nr.: 0000065539)‎
ONS/Groep 574 - Landschappen 2 ‎(afb.nr.: 0000038374)‎
ONS/Groep 574 - Landschappen 2 ‎(afb.nr.: 0000056994)‎

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Vis detaljer Note: Jacob Koninck. Landscape with Huntsmen. 1667. Oil on canvas. 53 x 67 cm. Sold $19,000 ‎(2001, Sotheby's)‎.

U heeft met een klik op een link gezocht op Naam: Koninck, Jacob ‎(I)‎ in de database RKD images ‎(9 hits)‎


Kunstwerknummer 33289 ‎( 5 foto's )‎
Afbeeldingsnummer 0000037009
Huidige toeschrijving Jacob Koninck ‎(I)‎

Verworpen toeschrijving Guillaume Dubois
zie herkomst


Datering 1667 gedateerd ‎(1667)‎

Titel Heuvellandschap met jagers


Onderwerpstrefwoorden heuvellandschap, jager, zandweg, hond, dorp ‎(in landschap/marine)‎, hek, wilg

Object schilderij
Drager/techniek doek, olieverf

Vorm/maten liggende rechthoek, 52,5 x 66,6 cm

Signatuur/opschrift/merk gesigneerd en gedateerd ‎(rechtsonder)‎: J.Koninck f / 1667
etiket ‎(in verso)‎: 1554
etiket van J. Goudstikker met dit nummer

lakzegel ‎(in verso)‎
van J. Goudstikker


Collectie particuliere collectie

Collectie particuliere collectie

Collectie J. Goudstikker, Amsterdam
Van/tot
1924 –




Collectie particuliere collectie

Collectie particuliere collectie

Collectie P. de Boer, Amsterdam
Van/tot
1959 –

gesignaleerd


Collectie particuliere collectie

Veiling Sotheby's, Amsterdam, 1996-05-06, lotnr. 39, afb. kleur
als toegeschreven aan Guillaume Dubois, met opgave van herkomst

Barcode catalogus
0000001291

Veiling Koller, Galerie, Zürich, 1997-03-19 – 1997-03-21, lotnr. 29, afb. kleur
Barcode catalogus
0000004704

Veiling Dorotheum, Wenen, 1997-06-10, lotnr. 49, afb. kleur
Barcode catalogus
0000008168

Veiling Sotheby's, Amsterdam, 1997-11-11, lotnr. 69, afb. kleur
met uitgebreide opgave van herkomst, tentoonstellingen, literatuur; niet verkocht volgens opbrengstenlijst veilinghouder

Barcode catalogus
0000008564

Veiling Sotheby's, Londen, 2001-04-26, lotnr. 79, afb. kleur
met uitgebreide opgave van herkomst, tentoonstellingen en literatuur

Barcode catalogus
0000060159

Tentoonstelling Sammlung Schloss Rohoncz, Neue Pinakothek - Bayerische Staatsgemäldesammlungen, München, 1930 – 1930, nr. 179

Aus dem Besitz der Stiftung Sammlung Schloss Rohoncz, Villa Favorita, Castagnola/Lugano, 1949 – 1949, cat. nr. 133, zonder vermelding van jaartal

Exhibition of Works of Art from Private Collections in the North West and North Wales, Manchester City Art Gallery, Manchester, 1960-09-21 – 1960-10-30, nr. 93

Afgekorte literatuur Sumowski 1983ff, dl. 3, nr. 1000
Literatuur O. Hirschmann, 'Die Sammlung August Janssen' in: Der Cicerone 12 91920), p. 20-21, afb. 4, als 1664 gedateerd
R. Heinemann, Stiftung Sammlung Schloss Rohoncz, dl. 1, Verzeichnis der Gemälde, 1937, p. 83, cat. nr. 225, zonder vermelding jaartal
R. Heinemann, Sammlung Schloss Rohoncz, 1958, p. 56, cat. nr. 225, zonder vermelding jaartal
cat. Sammlung Schloss Rohoncz, 1958, nr. 225


Standplaats ONS/Groep 574 - Landschappen 2 ‎(afb.nr.: 0000037009)‎
ONS/Groep 574 - Landschappen 2 ‎(afb.nr.: 0000038375)‎
ONS/Groep 574 - Landschappen 2 ‎(afb.nr.: 0000065539)‎
ONS/Groep 574 - Landschappen 2 ‎(afb.nr.: 0000038374)‎
ONS/Groep 574 - Landschappen 2 ‎(afb.nr.: 0000056994)‎

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Multimedie objekt
media/Jacob Koninck I. Farmhouse with Tall Haystack. c1660..jpgmedia/Jacob Koninck I. Farmhouse with Tall Haystack. c1660..jpg  ‎(M303)‎
Type: Malleri


Note: Jacob Koninck I Farmhouse with Tall Haystack. c1660. Ink, wash, chalk. 15 x 18 cm. ‎(Fogg Museum, Cambridge, MA)‎.

Note: Jacob Koninck I Farmhouse with Tall Haystack. c1660. Ink, wash, chalk. 15 x 18 cm. ‎(Fogg Museum, Cambridge, MA)‎.

Multimedie objekt
media/Jacob  Koninck ‎(I)‎ 1630-1695 Panoramisch gezicht op een rivierlandschap.jpgmedia/Jacob Koninck ‎(I)‎ 1630-1695 Panoramisch gezicht op een rivierlandschap.jpg  ‎(M302)‎
Type: Malleri


Vis detaljer Note: 9 hits)


Kunstwerknummer 9495 ‎( 2 foto's )‎
Afbeeldingsnummer 0000013179
Huidige toeschrijving ? Vries ‎(17de eeuw)‎
Bron
M.C. de Kinkelder ‎(1999-01-25)‎


Verworpen toeschrijving toegeschreven aan Jacob Koninck ‎(I)‎
Philips Koninck

Datering ‎(1630 – 1695)‎

Titel Panoramisch gezicht op een rivierlandschap met een stadje aan de monding


Onderwerpstrefwoorden rivierlandschap, stad ‎(in landschap/marine)‎, berg

Object schilderij
Drager/techniek paneel ‎(eikenhout)‎, olieverf

Vorm/maten liggende rechthoek, 63,5 x 80,5 cm

Veiling Hôtel George V, Parijs, 1995-12-12, lotnr. 11, afb. kleur
als toegeschreven aan Jacob Koninck I

Barcode catalogus
V9501278

Standplaats ONS/Groep 574 - Landschappen 2 ‎(afb.nr.: 0000013179)‎
ONS/Groep 574 - Landschappen 2 ‎(afb.nr.: 0000007045)‎

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Vis detaljer Note: 9 hits)


Kunstwerknummer 9495 ‎( 2 foto's )‎
Afbeeldingsnummer 0000013179
Huidige toeschrijving ? Vries ‎(17de eeuw)‎
Bron
M.C. de Kinkelder ‎(1999-01-25)‎


Verworpen toeschrijving toegeschreven aan Jacob Koninck ‎(I)‎
Philips Koninck

Datering ‎(1630 – 1695)‎

Titel Panoramisch gezicht op een rivierlandschap met een stadje aan de monding


Onderwerpstrefwoorden rivierlandschap, stad ‎(in landschap/marine)‎, berg

Object schilderij
Drager/techniek paneel ‎(eikenhout)‎, olieverf

Vorm/maten liggende rechthoek, 63,5 x 80,5 cm

Veiling Hôtel George V, Parijs, 1995-12-12, lotnr. 11, afb. kleur
als toegeschreven aan Jacob Koninck I

Barcode catalogus
V9501278

Standplaats ONS/Groep 574 - Landschappen 2 ‎(afb.nr.: 0000013179)‎
ONS/Groep 574 - Landschappen 2 ‎(afb.nr.: 0000007045)‎

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Multimedie objekt
media/Philips Koninck ‎(I)‎ 1629-1690 Weids landschap met rivier.jpgmedia/Philips Koninck ‎(I)‎ 1629-1690 Weids landschap met rivier.jpg  ‎(M301)‎

Vis detaljer Note: U heeft met een klik op een link gezocht op Naam: Koninck, Jacob ‎(I)‎ in de database RKD images ‎(9 hits)‎


Kunstwerknummer 44790 ‎( 2 foto's )‎
Afbeeldingsnummer 0000038602
Huidige toeschrijving toegeschreven aan Jacob Koninck ‎(I)‎
Bron
H. Gerson ‎(ca. 1960)‎


Verworpen toeschrijving Philips Koninck
expertise door W. Bode en M.J. Friedländer


Datering ‎(1629 – 1690)‎
werkzame periode


Titel Weids landschap met rivier


Onderwerpstrefwoorden heuvellandschap, rivier, panoramalandschap, hengel, zwaan

Object schilderij
Drager/techniek doek, olieverf

Vorm/maten liggende rechthoek, 66,7 x 85,7 cm

Veiling Sotheby's, New York ‎[NY]‎, 1998-05-21, lotnr. 36, afb. kleur
met uitgebreide opgave van herkomst

Barcode catalogus
0000015314

Standplaats ONS/Groep 574 - Landschappen 2 ‎(afb.nr.: 0000038602)‎
ONS/Groep 574 - Landschappen 2 ‎(afb.nr.: 0000038603)‎

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Vis detaljer Note: U heeft met een klik op een link gezocht op Naam: Koninck, Jacob ‎(I)‎ in de database RKD images ‎(9 hits)‎


Kunstwerknummer 44790 ‎( 2 foto's )‎
Afbeeldingsnummer 0000038602
Huidige toeschrijving toegeschreven aan Jacob Koninck ‎(I)‎
Bron
H. Gerson ‎(ca. 1960)‎


Verworpen toeschrijving Philips Koninck
expertise door W. Bode en M.J. Friedländer


Datering ‎(1629 – 1690)‎
werkzame periode


Titel Weids landschap met rivier


Onderwerpstrefwoorden heuvellandschap, rivier, panoramalandschap, hengel, zwaan

Object schilderij
Drager/techniek doek, olieverf

Vorm/maten liggende rechthoek, 66,7 x 85,7 cm

Veiling Sotheby's, New York ‎[NY]‎, 1998-05-21, lotnr. 36, afb. kleur
met uitgebreide opgave van herkomst

Barcode catalogus
0000015314

Standplaats ONS/Groep 574 - Landschappen 2 ‎(afb.nr.: 0000038602)‎
ONS/Groep 574 - Landschappen 2 ‎(afb.nr.: 0000038603)‎

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Multimedie objekt
media/Koninck, Jacob ‎(I)‎ 1644-1677 Panoramalandschap.jpgmedia/Koninck, Jacob ‎(I)‎ 1644-1677 Panoramalandschap.jpg  ‎(M300)‎
Type: Malleri


Vis detaljer Note: U heeft met een klik op een link gezocht op Naam: Koninck, Jacob ‎(I)‎ in de database RKD images ‎(9 hits)‎


Kunstwerknummer 3394 ‎( 3 foto's )‎
Afbeeldingsnummer 0000005264
Huidige toeschrijving Anthonie van Borssom
of Guillaume Dubois
Bron
J. Nieuwstraten ‎(1977-06)‎


Verworpen toeschrijving Jacob Koninck ‎(I)‎
Philips Koninck

Datering ‎(1644 – 1677)‎

Titel Panoramalandschap


Onderwerpstrefwoorden landschap, panoramalandschap

Object schilderij
Drager/techniek doek, olieverf

Vorm/maten liggende rechthoek, 32,4 x 48,9 cm

Signatuur/opschrift/merk draagt monogram ‎(linksonder)‎: J.K.
monogram veranderd ‎(over jaartal heen?)‎; monogram ook wel gelezen als J.B.


Collectie Galerie Sanct Lucas, Wenen
Van/tot


voordat het bij kunsthandel Vanm Diemen was


Collectie Van Diemen, Amsterdam
Van/tot


vóór 1935


Collectie particuliere collectie

Collectie particuliere collectie

Veiling Sotheby's, New York ‎[NY]‎, 1995-01-12, lotnr. 23, afb. met verkeerde afb.
Inbrenger
The Ann A. Unger Trust
Barcode catalogus
V9401369

Standplaats ONS/Groep 574 - Landschappen 2 ‎(afb.nr.: 0000005264)‎
ONS/Groep 586 - Landschappen: Ruisdael en school, op: Guillaume Dubois ‎(afb.nr.: 0000063925)‎
ONS/Groep 574 - Landschappen 2, op: Anthonie van Borssom ‎(afb.nr.: 0000063924)‎

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Kunstwerknummer 3394 ‎( 3 foto's )‎
Afbeeldingsnummer 0000005264
Huidige toeschrijving Anthonie van Borssom
of Guillaume Dubois
Bron
J. Nieuwstraten ‎(1977-06)‎


Verworpen toeschrijving Jacob Koninck ‎(I)‎
Philips Koninck

Datering ‎(1644 – 1677)‎

Titel Panoramalandschap


Onderwerpstrefwoorden landschap, panoramalandschap

Object schilderij
Drager/techniek doek, olieverf

Vorm/maten liggende rechthoek, 32,4 x 48,9 cm

Signatuur/opschrift/merk draagt monogram ‎(linksonder)‎: J.K.
monogram veranderd ‎(over jaartal heen?)‎; monogram ook wel gelezen als J.B.


Collectie Galerie Sanct Lucas, Wenen
Van/tot


voordat het bij kunsthandel Vanm Diemen was


Collectie Van Diemen, Amsterdam
Van/tot


vóór 1935


Collectie particuliere collectie

Collectie particuliere collectie

Veiling Sotheby's, New York ‎[NY]‎, 1995-01-12, lotnr. 23, afb. met verkeerde afb.
Inbrenger
The Ann A. Unger Trust
Barcode catalogus
V9401369

Standplaats ONS/Groep 574 - Landschappen 2 ‎(afb.nr.: 0000005264)‎
ONS/Groep 586 - Landschappen: Ruisdael en school, op: Guillaume Dubois ‎(afb.nr.: 0000063925)‎
ONS/Groep 574 - Landschappen 2, op: Anthonie van Borssom ‎(afb.nr.: 0000063924)‎

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Multimedie objekt
media/Jacob  Koninck_I_vor_1666_Een koekamp.jpgmedia/Jacob Koninck_I_vor_1666_Een koekamp.jpg  ‎(M299)‎

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Kunstwerknummer 4102
Afbeeldingsnummer 0000005779
Huidige toeschrijving Jacob Koninck ‎(I)‎

Datering vor 1666 ‎(Sumowski)‎ ‎(1629 – 1666)‎

Titel Een koekamp


Onderwerpstrefwoorden koe, weide/veld, boom

Object schilderij
Drager/techniek doek
Vorm/maten liggende rechthoek, 49,7 x 61,1 cm

Signatuur/opschrift/merk draagt signatuur ‎(rechtsonder)‎: J/P ‎(?)‎ Konin
Signatuur hoogstwaarschijnlijk apocrief


Collectie Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen, Rotterdam, inv.nr. 1418
Van/tot
1871 –


Afgekorte literatuur Sumowski 1983ff, III, p. 1519 nr. 1001
Literatuur Museum Boymans-van Beuningen. Catalogus van schilderijen tot 1800, Rotterdam 1962, p. 74


Standplaats ONS/Groep 574 - Landschappen 2 ‎(afb.nr.: 0000005779)‎

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Kunstwerknummer 4102
Afbeeldingsnummer 0000005779
Huidige toeschrijving Jacob Koninck ‎(I)‎

Datering vor 1666 ‎(Sumowski)‎ ‎(1629 – 1666)‎

Titel Een koekamp


Onderwerpstrefwoorden koe, weide/veld, boom

Object schilderij
Drager/techniek doek
Vorm/maten liggende rechthoek, 49,7 x 61,1 cm

Signatuur/opschrift/merk draagt signatuur ‎(rechtsonder)‎: J/P ‎(?)‎ Konin
Signatuur hoogstwaarschijnlijk apocrief


Collectie Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen, Rotterdam, inv.nr. 1418
Van/tot
1871 –


Afgekorte literatuur Sumowski 1983ff, III, p. 1519 nr. 1001
Literatuur Museum Boymans-van Beuningen. Catalogus van schilderijen tot 1800, Rotterdam 1962, p. 74


Standplaats ONS/Groep 574 - Landschappen 2 ‎(afb.nr.: 0000005779)‎

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Multimedie objekt
media/Jacob  Koninck ‎(I)‎ 1629-1700 Bolwerk ten noorden van de Haarlemmerpoort te Amsterdam.jpgmedia/Jacob Koninck ‎(I)‎ 1629-1700 Bolwerk ten noorden van de Haarlemmerpoort te Amsterdam.jpg  ‎(M298)‎
Type: Malleri


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Kunstwerknummer 44820
Afbeeldingsnummer 0000056171
Huidige toeschrijving Jacob Koninck ‎(I)‎

Verworpen toeschrijving school van Rembrandt

Datering ‎(1629 – 1700)‎
werkzame periode


Titel Bolwerk ten noorden van de Haarlemmerpoort te Amsterdam


Onderwerpstrefwoorden molen, fortificatie, stad ‎(in landschap/marine)‎, rivier
Afgebeelde plaats/land Amsterdam

Object tekening
Drager/techniek papier, pen in bruin, gewassen in bruin
Vorm/maten liggende rechthoek, 191 x 312 mm

Collectie British Museum, Londen, inv.nr. 1895.9.15.1193.I.55; cat. Hind dl. 1, 1915, p. 55, nr. 161, afb., als: School van Rembrandt
Van/tot
1895 –


Afgekorte literatuur Sumowski Drawings, dl. 6, 1982, nr. 1314*, afb., als: Jacob Koninck
Literatuur A.M. Hind, Catalogue of Drawings by Dutch and Flemish Artists dl. 1, Londen 1915


Standplaats ONT/Groep 162 - Stadsgezichten en architectuur ‎(afb.nr.: 0000056171)‎

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Kunstwerknummer 44820
Afbeeldingsnummer 0000056171
Huidige toeschrijving Jacob Koninck ‎(I)‎

Verworpen toeschrijving school van Rembrandt

Datering ‎(1629 – 1700)‎
werkzame periode


Titel Bolwerk ten noorden van de Haarlemmerpoort te Amsterdam


Onderwerpstrefwoorden molen, fortificatie, stad ‎(in landschap/marine)‎, rivier
Afgebeelde plaats/land Amsterdam

Object tekening
Drager/techniek papier, pen in bruin, gewassen in bruin
Vorm/maten liggende rechthoek, 191 x 312 mm

Collectie British Museum, Londen, inv.nr. 1895.9.15.1193.I.55; cat. Hind dl. 1, 1915, p. 55, nr. 161, afb., als: School van Rembrandt
Van/tot
1895 –


Afgekorte literatuur Sumowski Drawings, dl. 6, 1982, nr. 1314*, afb., als: Jacob Koninck
Literatuur A.M. Hind, Catalogue of Drawings by Dutch and Flemish Artists dl. 1, Londen 1915


Standplaats ONT/Groep 162 - Stadsgezichten en architectuur ‎(afb.nr.: 0000056171)‎

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Multimedie objekt
media/Jacob  Koninck ‎(I)‎ 1629-1690 Veldoven bij een schutting‎(eller)‎Boerenschuur met wagenwiel.jpgmedia/Jacob Koninck ‎(I)‎ 1629-1690 Veldoven bij een schutting‎(eller)‎Boerenschuur met wagenwiel.jpg  ‎(M297)‎
Type: Malleri


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Kunstwerknummer 63240
Afbeeldingsnummer 0000114544
Huidige toeschrijving Jacob Koninck ‎(I)‎
zie cat. Haboldt 2001


Verworpen toeschrijving Pieter de With

Datering ‎(1629 – 1690)‎
werkzame periode


Titel Veldoven bij een schutting

Andere/oude titel Boerenschuur met wagenwiel

Onderwerpstrefwoorden landschap, oven, schutting

Object tekening
Drager/techniek papier, rood krijt, pen in bruin; op beige geprepareerd papier
Vorm/maten liggende rechthoek, 142 x 198 mm

Collectie Haboldt & Co., Parijs/New York

Afgekorte literatuur Sumowski Drawings, dl. 10 ‎(1992)‎, nr. 2406*, afb ‎(als: Pieter de With)‎
Literatuur Cat. Haboldt & Co., Northern European old master drawings and oil sketches, New York/Paris 2001, nr. 40, afb.


Standplaats ONT/Groep 162 - Stadsgezichten en architectuur ‎(afb.nr.: 0000114544)‎

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Kunstwerknummer 63240
Afbeeldingsnummer 0000114544
Huidige toeschrijving Jacob Koninck ‎(I)‎
zie cat. Haboldt 2001


Verworpen toeschrijving Pieter de With

Datering ‎(1629 – 1690)‎
werkzame periode


Titel Veldoven bij een schutting

Andere/oude titel Boerenschuur met wagenwiel

Onderwerpstrefwoorden landschap, oven, schutting

Object tekening
Drager/techniek papier, rood krijt, pen in bruin; op beige geprepareerd papier
Vorm/maten liggende rechthoek, 142 x 198 mm

Collectie Haboldt & Co., Parijs/New York

Afgekorte literatuur Sumowski Drawings, dl. 10 ‎(1992)‎, nr. 2406*, afb ‎(als: Pieter de With)‎
Literatuur Cat. Haboldt & Co., Northern European old master drawings and oil sketches, New York/Paris 2001, nr. 40, afb.


Standplaats ONT/Groep 162 - Stadsgezichten en architectuur ‎(afb.nr.: 0000114544)‎

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Multimedie objekt
media/Jacob  Koninck ‎(I)‎ 1625-1680 Rustend vee in een bos.jpgmedia/Jacob Koninck ‎(I)‎ 1625-1680 Rustend vee in een bos.jpg  ‎(M296)‎

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Kunstwerknummer 26393
Afbeeldingsnummer 0000043458
Huidige toeschrijving Jacob Koninck ‎(I)‎

Verworpen toeschrijving Adriaen van de Velde

Datering ‎(1625 – 1680)‎
werkzame periode


Titel Rustend vee in een bos


Onderwerpstrefwoorden bos, vee

Object schilderij
Drager/techniek doek, olieverf

Vorm/maten liggende rechthoek, 35,7 x 40,6 cm

Signatuur/opschrift/merk draagt signatuur en datum ‎(linksonder)‎: AvVelde/f.1656

Collectie John G. Johnson Collection Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia ‎(Pennsylvania)‎, inv.nr. 602

Literatuur John G. Johnson collection. Catalogue of Flemish and Dutch paintings, Philadelphia 1972, p. 89, als Adriaen van de Velde
C.R. Scott, O. Hess Dugan, J. Paschietto ‎(red.)‎, Paintings from Europe and the Americas in the Philadelphia Museum of Art. A concise catalogue, Philadelphia 1994, p. 68, als Jacob Koninck I


Standplaats ONS/Groep 574 - Landschappen 2 ‎(afb.nr.: 0000043458)‎

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Kunstwerknummer 26393
Afbeeldingsnummer 0000043458
Huidige toeschrijving Jacob Koninck ‎(I)‎

Verworpen toeschrijving Adriaen van de Velde

Datering ‎(1625 – 1680)‎
werkzame periode


Titel Rustend vee in een bos


Onderwerpstrefwoorden bos, vee

Object schilderij
Drager/techniek doek, olieverf

Vorm/maten liggende rechthoek, 35,7 x 40,6 cm

Signatuur/opschrift/merk draagt signatuur en datum ‎(linksonder)‎: AvVelde/f.1656

Collectie John G. Johnson Collection Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia ‎(Pennsylvania)‎, inv.nr. 602

Literatuur John G. Johnson collection. Catalogue of Flemish and Dutch paintings, Philadelphia 1972, p. 89, als Adriaen van de Velde
C.R. Scott, O. Hess Dugan, J. Paschietto ‎(red.)‎, Paintings from Europe and the Americas in the Philadelphia Museum of Art. A concise catalogue, Philadelphia 1994, p. 68, als Jacob Koninck I


Standplaats ONS/Groep 574 - Landschappen 2 ‎(afb.nr.: 0000043458)‎

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Multimedie objekt
media/Jacob  Koninck ‎(I)‎  1625-1680 Rivierlandschap met een huis tussen een groep bomen.jpgmedia/Jacob Koninck ‎(I)‎ 1625-1680 Rivierlandschap met een huis tussen een groep bomen.jpg  ‎(M295)‎

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Kunstwerknummer 3394 ‎( 3 foto's )‎
Afbeeldingsnummer 0000005264
Huidige toeschrijving Anthonie van Borssom
of Guillaume Dubois
Bron
J. Nieuwstraten ‎(1977-06)‎


Verworpen toeschrijving Jacob Koninck ‎(I)‎
Philips Koninck

Datering ‎(1644 – 1677)‎

Titel Panoramalandschap


Onderwerpstrefwoorden landschap, panoramalandschap

Object schilderij
Drager/techniek doek, olieverf

Vorm/maten liggende rechthoek, 32,4 x 48,9 cm

Signatuur/opschrift/merk draagt monogram ‎(linksonder)‎: J.K.
monogram veranderd ‎(over jaartal heen?)‎; monogram ook wel gelezen als J.B.


Collectie Galerie Sanct Lucas, Wenen
Van/tot


voordat het bij kunsthandel Vanm Diemen was


Collectie Van Diemen, Amsterdam
Van/tot


vóór 1935


Collectie particuliere collectie

Collectie particuliere collectie

Veiling Sotheby's, New York ‎[NY]‎, 1995-01-12, lotnr. 23, afb. met verkeerde afb.
Inbrenger
The Ann A. Unger Trust
Barcode catalogus
V9401369

Standplaats ONS/Groep 574 - Landschappen 2 ‎(afb.nr.: 0000005264)‎
ONS/Groep 586 - Landschappen: Ruisdael en school, op: Guillaume Dubois ‎(afb.nr.: 0000063925)‎
ONS/Groep 574 - Landschappen 2, op: Anthonie van Borssom ‎(afb.nr.: 0000063924)‎

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Kunstwerknummer 3394 ‎( 3 foto's )‎
Afbeeldingsnummer 0000005264
Huidige toeschrijving Anthonie van Borssom
of Guillaume Dubois
Bron
J. Nieuwstraten ‎(1977-06)‎


Verworpen toeschrijving Jacob Koninck ‎(I)‎
Philips Koninck

Datering ‎(1644 – 1677)‎

Titel Panoramalandschap


Onderwerpstrefwoorden landschap, panoramalandschap

Object schilderij
Drager/techniek doek, olieverf

Vorm/maten liggende rechthoek, 32,4 x 48,9 cm

Signatuur/opschrift/merk draagt monogram ‎(linksonder)‎: J.K.
monogram veranderd ‎(over jaartal heen?)‎; monogram ook wel gelezen als J.B.


Collectie Galerie Sanct Lucas, Wenen
Van/tot


voordat het bij kunsthandel Vanm Diemen was


Collectie Van Diemen, Amsterdam
Van/tot


vóór 1935


Collectie particuliere collectie

Collectie particuliere collectie

Veiling Sotheby's, New York ‎[NY]‎, 1995-01-12, lotnr. 23, afb. met verkeerde afb.
Inbrenger
The Ann A. Unger Trust
Barcode catalogus
V9401369

Standplaats ONS/Groep 574 - Landschappen 2 ‎(afb.nr.: 0000005264)‎
ONS/Groep 586 - Landschappen: Ruisdael en school, op: Guillaume Dubois ‎(afb.nr.: 0000063925)‎
ONS/Groep 574 - Landschappen 2, op: Anthonie van Borssom ‎(afb.nr.: 0000063924)‎

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Multimedie objekt
Rotterdam - 1652Rotterdam - 1652  ‎(M882)‎
Janetje Cornelis
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Forældre og familie
Far
Aert de Coninx II‎(de oude)‎ ‎(I901)‎
Født 1575
Død marts 1639 ‎(Alder 64)‎ Amsterdam, , Noord-Holland, NLD
Mor
nr.1
Bror
nr.2
Jacob Koninck I ‎(I899)‎
Født mellem 1615 og 1616 40 Amsterdam, , Noord-Holland, NLD
Død mellem juni 1690 og 1700 ‎(Alder 75)‎ Amsterdam, , Noord-Holland, NLD
3 år
nr.3
Bror
David Koninck ‎(I1184)‎
Født omkring 1618 43
nr.4
Bror
Daniel Koninck ‎(I1185)‎
Født omkring 1618 43
2 år
nr.5
Bror
Philips Aertsz. de Koninck ‎(I1102)‎
Født 5 november 1619 44 Amsterdam, , Noord-Holland, NLD
Død 1688 ‎(Alder 68)‎ Amsterdam, , Noord-Holland, NLD
nr.6
Bror
nr.7
Søster
nr.8
Søster
Personens familie med Maria Cotermans Jansdatter
Jacob Koninck I ‎(I899)‎
Født mellem 1615 og 1616 40 Amsterdam, , Noord-Holland, NLD
Død mellem juni 1690 og 1700 ‎(Alder 75)‎ Amsterdam, , Noord-Holland, NLD
Hustru
Maria Cotermans Jansdatter ‎(I1186)‎
Død 10 februar 1637

Ægteskab: 13 december 1636
nr.1
Søn
Personens familie med Janetje Cornelis
Jacob Koninck I ‎(I899)‎
Født mellem 1615 og 1616 40 Amsterdam, , Noord-Holland, NLD
Død mellem juni 1690 og 1700 ‎(Alder 75)‎ Amsterdam, , Noord-Holland, NLD
Hustru
Janetje Cornelis ‎(I1188)‎
Født Rotterdam, NLD
Død 1644

Ægteskab: 18 december 1639 -- Rotterdam, NLD
Personens familie med Susanne Dalbenij
Jacob Koninck I ‎(I899)‎
Født mellem 1615 og 1616 40 Amsterdam, , Noord-Holland, NLD
Død mellem juni 1690 og 1700 ‎(Alder 75)‎ Amsterdam, , Noord-Holland, NLD
Hustru

Ægteskab: 26 juli 1648 -- Amsterdam, , Noord-Holland, NLD
-7 måneder
nr.1
Søn
Kongelig hofmaler Jacob Coning ‎(I897)‎
Født omkring 1648 33 Den Haag, NLD
Død 16 juli 1724 ‎(Alder 76)‎ Tysk-reformerte Menigheds Fattigstiftelse Store Kongensgade, København, Sokkelund Herred, Københavns Amt, DNK