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File:Rembrandt - The Polish Rider - WGA19251.jpg


Title The Polish Rider.
Date circa 1655
Medium oil on canvas
Dimensions Height: 116.8 cm (46 in). Width: 134.9 cm (53.1 in).
West Gallery (131)
Accession number 1910.1.98
Object history

by 1791: Michał Kazimierz Ogiński (1730-1800), Poland
1793: acquired by Stanisław II August Poniatowski, King and Grand Duke of the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth (1732–1798)
1798: inherited by Józef Poniatowski (1763-1813), Poland, from Stanisław II August Poniatowski
1813: inherited by Teresa Tyskiewiczowa, née Poniatowska
3 June 1814: acquired by Franciszek Ksawery Drucki-Lubecki (1778-1846), Poland
by 1815: Hieronim Stroynowski, Vilnius
by 1821: Walerian Stroynowski, Horochów Palace, Volhynia
from 1821 until 1834: Waleria Tarnowska, née Stroynowska, Dzików (Tarnobrzeg)
from 1842 until 1894: Jan Dzierzyslaw Tarnowski, Poland
1894: inherited by Zdzislaw Tarnowski, Poland
1910: acquired by Carfax Gallery (art dealer), London
1910: acquired by M. Knoedler & Co., New York City
1910: acquired by Henry Clay Frick (1849-1919), New York City

1910 (?): bequeathed to The Frick Collection, New York, by Henry Clay Frick, New York
Exhibition history

De Rembrandt Tentoonstelling te Amsterdam, September 1898–November 1898, Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam, Amsterdam, 94.
Carfax Gallery, London.
Loan Exhibition of Pictures from the Collection of Henry C. Frick, 1 December 1910–15 December 1910, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, 2.

Rembrandt and His School, 15 February 2011–15 May 2011, The Frick Collection, New York City, exhibition catalog: ISBN 0912114533, 2.
Inscriptions Monogram right: R
References Frick Collection, as The Polish Rider, circa 1655, 116.8 × 134.9 cm (46 × 53.1 in).
RKDimages, Art-work number 201958, as The Polish Rider, 1650-1660, 116.84 × 134.94 cm (46 × 53.1 in).
Web Gallery of Art, as The Polish Rider, 1655, 114.9 × 135 cm (45.2 × 53.1 in).
Source/Photographer Web Gallery of Art:   Inkscape.svg Image  Information icon.svg Info about artwork


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