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Identification and Creation
Object Number
1932.358
People
Jacques Jordaens, Flemish (Antwerp, Belgium 1593 - 1678 Antwerp, Belgium)
Title
The Infant Jupiter Fed by the Goat Amalthea
Classification
Drawings
Work Type
drawing
Date
17th century
Culture
Flemish
Persistent Link
https://hvrd.art/o/298641
Physical Descriptions
Medium
Black and red chalk and gray wash on cream antique laid paper, partial framing line in brown ink
Dimensions
21.9 × 27.3 cm (8 5/8 × 10 3/4 in.)
Inscriptions and Marks
  • watermark: cross with IHS
  • collector's mark: verso, lower right, purple ink, stamp: L. 2231 (Rudolf Peltzer)
  • inscription: verso, lower left, graphite: I 91.
  • inscription: verso, lower left, graphite: J. Jordaens
Provenance
Possibly Jacob de Wit. Possibly Joseph Daniel Böhm, Vienna (L. 1442, without his mark). Rudolf Peltzer, Cologne (L. 2231, with his mark). Possibly Werner Weisbach, Basel, Switzerland. Paul J. Sachs, Cambridge, MA (L. 2091, without his mark), to Charles A. Loeser, Florence, Italy, bequest; to Fogg Art Museum, 1932.
Acquisition and Rights
Credit Line
Harvard Art Museums/Fogg Museum, Bequest of Charles A. Loeser
Accession Year
1932
Object Number
1932.358
Division
European and American Art
Contact
am_europeanamerican@harvard.edu
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Publication History

Agnes Mongan and Paul J. Sachs, Drawings in the Fogg Museum of Art, Harvard University Press (Cambridge, 1940), vol. 1, cat. no. 482, pp. 249-50

Carlo Francini, "L'inventario della collezione Loeser alla Villa Gattaia", Bollettino della Società di Studi Fiorentini (2000), no. 6, p. 122 ("Cartella C.L.")

Subjects and Contexts

Dutch, Flemish, & Netherlandish Drawings

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