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Portrait of Jeanne de Planque

Pieter Dubordieu, Dutch (active Leiden and Amsterdam), born 1609/10, still active 1678

Object Details
By inheritance with its pendant (W1904-1-63) to the sitter's grandson, Pieter de la Court van der Voort (1664-1739), Leiden [1]; by inheritance to his daughter, Adriana Catharina de la Court (1690-1752), 1740; her brother Allard de la Court (1688-1755), Leiden [2]. Collection "Y. Y.", London, by 1903. Comte Guizard collection [3]. Sale ("property of a gentleman"), Christie's, London, June 8, 1923, no. 98 (as "Jannette de Plangues", by The Monogrammist "J. R."); purchased by Clifford [4]. J. M. Carger, Cumberland Court, London, by 1946 [5]. With Kunsthandel P. de Boer, Amsterdam; de-Rooij van Zuydewijn collection, Amsterdam; purchased by the City of Philadelphia with the George W. Elkins Fund, through Kunsthandel P. de Boer as agent, 1982.1. Inventories of c. 1710, 1731, and 1739, housed at the Leiden Municipal archives.2. Inventory of 1749, no. 10, G. A. Leiden , Biblioteek Leiden, no. 75651. See J. H. Kernkamp, "De Familie-portretten uit de collectie De la Court," in Dancwerc, opstellen aangeboden aan Prof. Dr. D. Th. Enklaar ter gelegenheid van zijn vijfenzestigste verjaardag, Groningen, 1959, p. 299.3. According to Rijksbureau voor Kunsthistorische Documentatie, The Hague, and provenance in 1923 Christie's sale catalogue (see Peter C. Sutton, Northern European Paintings in the Philadelphia Museum of Art: From the Sixteenth through the Nineteenth Century, Philadelphia, 1990, no. 26, p. 76).4. Buyer name from Getty Research Institute annotated catalogue.5. Witt Library photo. For the preceding provenance see Sutton, p. 76.

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