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The Madonna and Child with a Member of the Hillensberger Family (1513)
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The Madonna and Child with a Member of the Hillensberger Family (1513)
The Madonna and Child with a Member of the Hillensberger Family IIIF Get a closer view of this artwork with Visual Spectrum, X-Ray, and Infrared photography
The Madonna and Child with a Member of the Hillensberger Family (1513)
The Madonna and Child with a Member of the Hillensberger Family (1513)
The Madonna and Child with a Member of the Hillensberger Family (1513)
The Madonna and Child with a Member of the Hillensberger Family (1513)
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Artist
Adriaen Isenbrant
Artist Dates
active 1510-1551
Artist Nationality
Flemish
Title
The Madonna and Child with a Member of the Hillensberger Family
Date
1513
Medium
oil on panel
Dimensions
31.1 x 21 cm (12-1/4 x 8-1/4 in)
K Number
K6B
Repository
Lowe Art Museum
Accession Number
61.006.000

Provenance

Bernhard David Hausmann [1784-1873], Hannover, Germany, by 1827 unitl 1831 as by Albrecht Dürer. [1] George V, King of Hannover [1819-1878], Schloss Herrenhausen by 1857, as early Netherlandish. Ernest Augustus, Duke of Cumberland, Crown Prince Hannover [1845-1923]. (Leo Blumenreich [1884-1933], Berlin); (M. Knoedler and Co., New York) and (P. & D. Colnaghi, London), on 12 June 1925; sold January 1927 to (Count Alessandro Contini Bonacossi [1878-1955], Rome and Florence); [2] sold 3 January 1927 to Samuel H. Kress [1863-1955], New York, as Rhenish School; gift 1961 to the Lowe Art Museum, University of Miami, Coral Gables, no. 61.006.000. [1] Exhibited by Bernhard Hausmann in 1827 in the Stadtbibliothek, Hannover. Inventory number 46,9066 in the Katalog der Hausmann’schen Gemälde Sammlung in Hannover, Brunswick, 1831, as by Dürer. [2] According to Knoedler records, the painting, listed as "School of Bruges, Diptych Madonna and Child and Donor" (no dimensions) was owned jointly by Colnaghi's and Knoedler's, Knoedler's number 16204. The painting was sold by Knoedler's NY office to Contini on January 1927. See M. Knoedler and Co. Records, Getty Research Center, call number 2012. M. 54, Series I, Box 7.