1587, Viterbo – 1625, Rome
Oil on canvas, inscribed with an inventory number to the reverse ‘463’
117.6 x 87.5cm.
Wilhelm Itzinger (1835 – 1888);
His sale at Rudolph Lepke, Berlin, 21 April 1903, described as Antonio de Pereda;
Benoit Oppenheim (1842–1931) and by descent to his son,
Rudolph Oppenheim (1871–1922) and by descent to his daughter,
Louise Mary Oppenheim (1896 - 1982) and Hugo James Hardy (1877 - 1936) and by descent to their son,
Rudolph Hardy (1923–2016).
Sold to a private European foundation
Paris, 1590 - 1649
Apotheosis of Saint Francis of Paola
Oil on canvas
65 x 48 cm.
Sold to a private collection, Europe
Florence, 1558 - 1624
Cast from a model by Giambologna (1529 - 1608), circa 1600
Bronze; on a modern ebony veneered base
31.5 cm. high, 26.5 cm. wide
70 cm. high, overall
Sold to a private collector
Bruges, 1776 – Brussels, 1830
Lady in traditional Roman dress, half length, before the Villa Medici
Oil on canvas, signed and dated “J. ODEVAERE ROMA MDCCCVIII”, and resigned ‘J: Odevaere’ lower left.
81 x 57 cm.
Exposition publique de l’Académie Imperiale de France à Rome, Rome, Villa Medici, 1808.
Sold to the Groeningen Museum, Bruges
SPANISH OR HISPANO–PHILIPPINE
Second half 17th century
Fruitwood and painted glass
43 cm. high
Sold to the Birmingham Museum of Art, Alabama
ALFRED DRURY RA
1856 – 1944
Saint Michael, a full-scale model for the figure in Portland stone by Alfred Drury above the summit of the main entrance arch to the Victoria and Albert Museum
82 in. (208.3 cm.) high, overall
Sold to a private collector, Europe
HISPANO–PHILIPPINE PROBABLY MANILA
11 cm. high; 20 cm. high overall
Sold to a pivate collector by whom donated to the British Museum, London
1702 - 1762
Henry Herbert, 9th Earl of Pembroke (and 6th Earl of Montgomery), FRS
Depicted facing to sinister; on an integral square marble socle carved with the Pembroke coat of arms and inscribed ‘VNG. GP. SERVERAY’.
24 5/8 in. (62.5 cm.) high
32¼ in. (82 cm.) high overall, including socle
Henry Herbert, 9th Earl of Pembroke, by descent to his son
Henry Herbert, 10th Earl of Pembroke;
Placed on the monument to the 9th Earl of Pembroke in St. Mary’s Church, Wilton, Wiltshire, before 3 July, 1754 (when seen by Dr. Richard Pococke)
The bust and parts of the monument moved to the new Church of St. Mary and St. Nicholas, Wilton, Wiltshire in 1845;
Bust sold (following the grant by the church court of a faculty for removal) by
17th Earl of Pembroke (heir-at-law of the 9th Earl of Pembroke, and therefore owner of the bust) in 1997 (via Sotheby’s) to
Professor Ian Craft, by whom sold, 2005, to
Private Collection, London.
Victoria and Albert Museum, London, in the Sculpture in Britain Galleries since 2005.
Sold to a private collector, USA
Naples, 1604 - 1670
Christ and the Adulteress
124 x 179 cm.
Sold to the Finnish National Gallery, Helsinki
MICHELE ENRICO VAN LINT
Rome, 1767 – 1828 (?)
Portrait of Ranieri Tommasi
Terracotta; inscribed along the front; signed and dated ‘M. VAN.LINT/ F.A. 1801’
27 cm. high
Sold to the Victoria and Albert Museum, London