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File:Rembrandt, Portret van Haesje v.Cleyburg 1634.jpg


Title Portrait of Haesje Jacobsdr. van Cleyburg (....-1641).
Pendant of File:Dirckpesser.jpg
Date 1634
Medium oil on panel
Dimensions Height: 68.6 cm (27 in). Width: 53.4 cm (21 in).
room 8
Accession number SK-A-4833
Object history

by 18th century: familie Van Gersdorff, Amsterdam
by 1970s: Lord Kinnaird, Rossie Priory, Scotland

September 1985: purchased by the Rijksmuseum Amsterdam Amsterdam
Exhibition history

Een keuze, Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam, Amsterdam, 27 October 1989–20 November 1989, no catalog known.

The Golden Age of Dutch Painting. Masterpieces from the Rijksmuseum Amsterdam, Museum of Islamic Art, Doha, 11 March 2011–6 June 2011.
Credit line Purchased by the Rijksmuseum Amsterdam with support of the Stichting Jubileumfonds Rijksmuseum, the Dutch State, the Vereniging Rembrandt, the Rijksmuseum-Stichting, the Grote Loterij Nederland, the Stichting Klaver Vier, the Stichting Teleslag, private enterprises and friend of the museum
Inscriptions Signature and date bottom right: Rembran[...] / f. 163[4]

Rijksmuseum Amsterdam online catalogue, as Portret van Haesje Jacobsdr van Cleyburg (1583-1641). Echtgenote van de Rotterdamse bierbrouwer Dirck Jansz Pesser (1586-1651), 1634, 68.6 × 53.4 cm (27 × 21 in).
Rijksmuseum Amsterdam Webspecial, as Portrait of Haesje van Cleyburgh, 1634, 68.6 × 53.4 cm (27 × 21 in).
RKDimages, Art-work number 3043, as Portrait of Haesje Jacobsdr. van Cleyburg (....-1641), 163[4] (1634), 69 × 53 cm (27.2 × 20.9 in).

Vereniging Rembrandt, as Portret van Haesje Jacobsdr van Cleyburg, 1634, 68.6 × 53.4 cm (27 × 21 in).
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