Artist: Bray, Salomon de (Dutch, 1597-1664) Current attribution: Jan Franse Verzijl (Dutch, 1603-1647) Title:Young Man as Bacchus Date: unknown Medium: Oil on wood Dimensions: 62.5 x 48 cm Inscriptions: Unknown Provenance:
Sale, Sotheby’s (London), Old Master Paintings, 8 April 1987, lot 189 (as “attributed to Salomon de Bray”)
Artist: Brueghel I, Jan (Flemish, 1568-1625) and Hendrik van Balen I (Flemish, 1575-1632) Title:A Garland of Flowers Surrounding a Picture of Flora Date: unknown Medium: Oil on wood Dimensions: 74 x 55 cm Inscriptions: unknown Provenance:
Sale, Paul Graupe (Berlin), Verschiedener Deutscher Kunstbesitz, 23-24 March 1936, lot 141b
Sale, Christie, Manson & Woods (London), Ancient and Modern Pictures and Drawings, 19 December 1952, lot 102 (as “A Festoon of Flowers Surrounding a Picture of ‘Flora’”) F. Halliwell, -1966
Sale, Sotheby & Co. (London), Old Master Paintings, 29 June 1966, lot 13
Artist: Brueghel I, Jan (Flemish, 1568-1625) Title:Still Life with Flowers Date: unknown Medium: oil on wood Dimensions: 66 x 50 cm Inscriptions: unknown Provenance: unknown Exhibitions: unknown Notes: unknown
Artist: Brueghel the Elder, Jan (Flemish, 1568-1625) Title:Landschaft mit Fernsicht/Landscape with Distant View Date: unknown Medium: Oil on wood Dimensions: 35.3 x 50.5 cm Inscriptions: unknown Provenance:
Acquired by the Galerie Stern from Julius Böhler, Munich, on August 18, 1936. See correspondence between the Galerie Stern and Julius Böhler, dated August 6, 1936; August 8, 1936; August 15, 1936; August 17, 1936; August 8, 1936; and August 24, 1936. July 21, 2017
Exhibitions: unknown Notes:
The picture files at the RKD include a photograph of this painting with “F. Thyssen” written in pencil on the verso. Thyssen likely purchased the painting from the Galerie
Artist: Brueghel the Elder, Jan (Flemish, 1568-1625) Title:Wooded Landscape withTravelers Date: 1610 Medium: Oil on panel Dimensions: 37 x 58 cm Inscriptions: unknown Provenance:
Johann Wilhelm, Elector Palatine (1658-1716), Düsseldorf; by inheritance to his brother, Karl III Philipp, Elector Palatine (1661-1742), Düsseldorf, and from 1730, Mannheim; by inheritance to his nephew, Karl Theodore, Elector Palatine, and from 1777, Elector of Bavaria (1724-1799), Mannheim, and from 1777, Munich; by inheritance to his successor, Maximilian IV Joseph, Elector Palatine and Elector of Bavaria, and from 1806, King of Bavaria, as Maxililian I Joseph (1756-1825), Munich; by descent in the Bavarian Royal Collection, Munich, from 1822, and subsequestly the Königliche Pinakothek (Royal Pinakothek, later Alte Pinakothek, Bayerische Staatsgemäldesammlungen), Munich, by 1838; given, with another painting, 10 December 1935 to (Julius Böhler, Munich), in exchange for three Bernhard Strigel paintings; sold 11 January 1936 to (Galerie Stern, Düsseldorf); Max Stern (1904-1987), Düsseldorf; sold before September 1938 to Richard Friede (1883-1944), Bocholt, Germany, and from 1941, New york; by descent to his daughter, Ursula Friede Bamberger (1922-2019); Ursula and Gerald Bamberger, Silver Spring, Maryland; sold c. 1992 to (Otto Naumann Ltd., New York) in partnership with (Roman Herzig/ Galerie Sanct Lucas, Vienna); sold c. 1992 to (Bernheimer Fine Old Masters, Munich); sold 1995 to Marietta Vok (d. 2019) , near Villach, Austria: gift January 2018 to private collection, Italy; consigned March 2020 to (David Koetser Gallery, Zurich); purchased November 2020 by National Gallery of Art, Washington.
Artist: Bruyn the Elder, Bartholomäus (German, 1493-1555) Title:Portrait of a Gentleman Date: unknown Medium: oil on wood Dimensions: 32.5 x 23 cm Inscriptions: unknown Provenance: unknown Exhibitions: unknown Notes: unknown
Located in the garden of the Galerie Stern on Königsallee until late 1937.
Listed in “Ausstellungen der Woche,” Die Weltkunst, 14 November 1937: “Plastiken und Broncen von G.v. Bochmann, A. Breker, F. Coubillier, J. Hammerschmidt, J. Pallenberg, W.v. Ruemann, E. Wolff, W. Zügel.”
Included on Selma Stern’s list of possessions from June 1938, as “Runenwerfer.”
Photograph included in the Max Stern fonds (Box 19, File 4), National Gallery of Canada Library and Archives.
Artist: Croos, Catharina (Dutch, 1498-1574) Title: Landscape with Farmhouses and Figure Date: unknown Medium: Oil on wood Dimensions: 47 x 66 cm Inscriptions: Signed: "Catrina Kroos" Provenance: unknown Exhibitions: unknown Notes: unknown
Artist: Douven, Jan Frans van (Dutch, 1656-1727) Title:Portrait of Karl III, King of Austria Date: unknown Medium: Oil on canvas Dimensions: 76 x 59 cm Inscriptions: unknown Provenance: unknown Exhibitions: unknown Notes: unknown
Artist: Dyck, Anthonis van (Flemish, 1599-1641) Title:The Crucifixion with Mary, Mary Magdalene, and St. Francis of Assisi Medium: Oil on wood Dimensions: 49.5 x 36 cm Inscriptions: unknown Provenance:
Sale, J. & A. Le Roy, frères (Brussels),Tableaux anciens des ecoles Flamande et Hollandaise , 9-10 May 1882
Arthur von Mumm, Frankfurt, -1934
Sale, Hugo Helbing (Frankfurt), Alte Gemälde; Moderne Gemälde..., 31 May 1934, lot 104
Sale, Kunsthaus Lempertz (Cologne), Alte Kunst , 14 November 1962, lot 36, repro.
Inscriptions: unknown Notes:
One of three copies after Van Dyke’s altarpiece in Notre Dame Church, Dendermonde. The other two copies are in the collections of the Courtauld Institute Gallery, London and the Museo Civico, Cremona.
Artist: Govaerts, Abraham (Flemish, 1589-1626) Title:Forest Landscape Date: unknown Medium: Oil on copper Dimensions: 44 x 65 cm Inscriptions: verso: Das Zeichen von Peter Stas und das Datum 1609 Provenance:
Sale, Kunsthaus Lempertz (Cologne), Alte Kunst, 14 June 1976, lot 88
Kunsthandel Galerie Müllenmeister, Düsseldorf, by 1979
Sale, Dorotheum (Vienna), Alte Meister, 4 March 1997, lot 51
Sale, Dorotheum (Vienna), Alte Meister, 20 March 1999, lot 392.