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Young Man in a Gorget and Plumed Cap

Attributed to Isaack Jouderville (AKA Isaac de Souderville), Dutch, (1612 (or 1613)–1645 (or 1648))
Previously attributed to studio of Rembrandt Harmensz van Rijn (AKA Rembrandt Harmensz.van Rijn), Dutch, (July 15, 1606–1669)

Creation date: ca. 1630
Creation place: Netherlands

Other Information

Type: Oil Painting
Medium and Support: Oil on panel
Credit Line: Gift of Anne R. and Amy Putnam
Accession Number: 1939.19
Dimensions: 22 in. x 18 in. (55.88 cm x 45.72 cm)

Provenance

John Corbet, London, England ( - June 18, 1904)

Robert C. Vose Galleries, Boston, Massachusetts ( - 1939)

Christie's, London, London, England (June 18, 1904 - June 18, 1904)

P. & D. Colnaghi Co Ltd, London, England (June 18, 1904 - 1906)

Jonkheer Henri Teixeria de Mattos, Amsterdam, The Netherlands (1906 - )

A. Preyer, Amsterdam, The Netherlands (1906 - )

Eugene Glaenzer & Co., New York, New York (1906 - 1906)

Henry Reinhardt, New York, New York (1906 - 1906)

Frank G. Logan, Chicago, Illinois (1906 - )

Anne R and Amy Putnam, San Diego, California (1939 - 1939)

San Diego Museum of Art, San Diego, California (1939 - )

Label Copy

Isaac Jouderville
Young Man in a Gorget and a Plumed Hat
1631
Oil on panel
Gift of Anne R. and Amy Putnam, 1939.19

Beginning in 1628 as a teenager, Isaac Jouderville apprenticed with Rembrandt as one his first two pupils (the other was Gerrit Dou). Jouderville paid Rembrandt the impressive sum of one hundred guilders a year for the training. In early works such as this one, Jouderville shows his competent assimilation of his famous teacher’s style. It was not uncommon for Rembrandt to sign his students’ work, including this one, which is inscribed with his customary cursive monogram of this period: RHL 1631. --MAB 2015



Last Updated: 5/6/2021

Exhibition

This object was included in the following exhibitions:

Golden Gate International Exposition Golden Gate International Exposition , 5/25/1940 - 9/29/1940

In Rembrandt's Footseps , 3/1/1996 - 6/1/1996

Rembrant Paintings in America: Collection and Connoisseurship , 10/1/2011 - 9/1/2012

Bibliography

This object has the following bibliographic references:

Julia Gethman Andrews (DUP). A Catalogue of European Paintings, 1300-1870 San Diego Museum of Art. San Diego, California, 1947
Page Number: 123, 124, Figure Number: 123

Walter Liedtke. Robert Lee Humber: East Carolina University. Greenville, North Carolina, 1996
Page Number: 8, Figure Number: 1

The Fine Arts Gallery of San Diego Catalogue: San Diego Museum of Art. San Diego, California, 1960
Page Number: 26-27, Figure Number: 27

Peter C. Sutton. A Guide to Dutch Art in America The Netherlands-American Amity Trust, Inc.. Washington, D.C., 1986
Page Number: 270

John D. Morse. Old Master Paintings in North America Abbeville Press Publishers. New York, New York, 1979
Page Number: 230

John D. Morse. Old Masters in America: Rand McNally & Company. New York, New York, 1955
Page Number: 132

Walter Heil. Golden Gate International Exposition, The Recorder Printing & Publishing Co.. San Francisco, California, 1940
Page Number: 15 no. 194, 42, Figure Number: 194


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