French Sculpture Census

crédits photo : ph. courtesy Rochester Memorial Art Gallery
© artiste : public domain

VAN OPSTAL, Gérard
Bruxelles, Belgique vers 1597 - Paris 1668

Pan, nymphe et putto
Pan, Nymph and Putto

XVIIe s.
ivoire

statuette
21,59 x 14,61 x 2,22

N° d'inv. : 55.49.2
Credit Line : Bertha Buswell Bequest, 55.49.2

Rochester, New York, The Memorial Art Gallery of the University of Rochester

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Historique

  • Buffalo, NY, Bertha Hochstetter Buswell (Mrs. Henry Buswell)
  • 1941, son legs au musée
  • 1941-1955, Buffalo, NY, usufruit conservé par son frère, Ralph Hochstetter, jusqu'à sa mort
  • 1955, legs Bertha Buswell

Bibliographie

  • Museum's website, 21 April 2010
  • 1955 Gallery Notes
    "The November Exhibitions: The Buswell-Hochstetter Collections" Memorial Art Gallery. Gallery Notes. v. 21 , no. 2 (November-December, 1955)
  • 1961 Handbook
    Rochester Memorial Art Gallery of the University of Rochester Handbook. Rochester, NY : University of Rochester Press, 1961 : ill. p. 73
  • 1977 Sutton
    Denys Sutton. Treasures from Rochester: Exhibited at Wildenstein Galleries, New York, April 14-May 28, 1977 : Summary Catalogue. Rochester, New York : Memorial Art Gallery of the University of Rochester, 1977 : p. 39
  • 1978 Birmingham
    Birmingham Museum of Art. Rubens & Humanism. Birmingham, AL : The Museum, 1978 : p. 45. : Fig. 26.
  • 1981 Gallery Notes
    "Notes on the Permanent Collection: Pan, Nymph and Putto" Memorial Art Gallery. Gallery Notes. v. 46 , no. 6 (February 1981)
  • 1988 Brayer
    Elizabeth Brayer. Magnum Opus: The Story of the Memorial Art Gallery, 1913-1988. Rochester, NY : Memorial Art Gallery, 1988 : p. 114-115
  • 1988 Peters
    Susan Dodge Peters, ed. Memorial Art Gallery: An Introduction to the Collection. New York, New York : Memorial Art Gallery in association with Hudson Hills Press, 1988 : ill. p. 102

Exposition

  • 1977 New York
    Treasures from Rochester, New York, NY, Wildenstein Galleries, April 14 - May 28, 1977
  • 1978 Birmingham
    Rubens & Humanism, Birmingham, AL, Birmingham Museum of Art, April 15 - May 28, 1978