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File:Isaac Blessing Jacob - Govert Flinck.jpg


Title Isaac blessing Jacob.
Date 1638
Medium oil on canvas
Dimensions Height: 117 cm (46.1 in). Width: 141 cm (55.5 in).
Accession number SK-A-110
Object history

by 11 January 1786: De Neufville, Rotterdam
11 January 1786: purchased by Gerrit van der Pot van Groeneveld (....-1807), Rotterdam from De Neufville, Rotterdam
6 June 1808: purchased by J.J. de Wett at the sale of the collection of G. van der Pot van Groeneveld, Rotterdam, at v. Nymegen... v. Rijp frères, Rotterdam, lotno. 37, for NLG 1,380

1808: purchased by the Rijksmuseum Amsterdam, Amsterdam
Inscriptions Signature and date top right: G. Flinck 1638 - Disappeared during a restoration

Rijksmuseum Amsterdam online catalogue, as Isaak zegent Jakob, 1638, inv. SK-A-110.

RKDimages, Art-work number 2797, as Isaak zegent Jakob, 1638, inv. A 110.
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