Attributed to Dirck Hals

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Attributed to Dirck Hals
Studies of a Glass Bowl, Baskets and Implements
Oil and watercolor over black chalk on wove paper; ruled border in pen and brown ink.
8 9/16 x 7 3/8 inches (223 x 188 mm)
Bequest of Charles Ryskamp.

Watermark: Illegible fragment of a word. Note density of oil paint on beta radiograph.

Baron Henri-Joseph-François de Triqueti (1802-1874), Paris (Lugt 1304); Mr. and Mrs. Hugh N. Squire, London; Sven Gahlin (dealer), San Francisco and London; Maida and George Abrams, Boston, MA; Winslow and Anna Ames, Providence (Lugt S. 2602b); Richard Day Ltd. (dealer), London, 1981; from whom acquired by Charles Ryskamp, Princeton and New York.
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Triqueti, Henri Joseph François, baron de, 1804-1874, former owner.
Squire, Hugh N., former owner.
Squire, Hugh N., Mrs., former owner.
Abrams, George, former owner.
Abrams, Maida, former owner.
Ames, Winslow, former owner.
Ames, Anna, former owner.
Ryskamp, Charles, former owner.


William Griswold et. al., The World Observed: Five Centuries of Drawings from the Collection of Charles Ryskamp. New York, 2001, no. 17, repr. in color (as attributed to Dirck Hals)
London 1981, no. 48, repr. (as Dirck Hals)

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