Hendrick ter Brugghen

The Hague 1588 - Utrecht 1629


The Incredulity of Thomas

Oil on canvas, 108.8 x 136.5 cm
circa 1622

Sold to
The Rijksmuseum, The Netherlands

Provenance ...; ? sale, Abraham Peronneau, Amsterdam, 13 May 1687 (‘4 voet 4 duim bij 4 voet’ [123.4 x 113.1 cm]);{De Bie 1708, p. 276.}…; ? sale, Sir George Pauncefote, London (John White), 20 (24) January 1809 sqq., no. 40, as Honthorst (‘The Unbelief of St. Thomas’);...; ? sale, John Plura (†),Bath (Christie’s), 24 (25) June 1833 sqq., no. 72, as Honthorst (‘The Incredulity of St. Thomas’), £ 1 18s, to Fassell;...; collection Samuel Jackson, London;{Jackson 1922; London 1956, no. 15.} his brother, Brockville, Canada, early 1880s;{Jackson 1922; Jackson 1958, pp. 13-14.} his daughter, Geneva Jackson (1865-1951), Berlin (Kitchener), Canada, 1922-51; on loan from her estate to The National Gallery of Art, Ottawa, The Art Gallery of Toronto, and the Laing Gallery, Toronto, consecutively;{Jackson 1922; Jackson 1958, p. 14.} $ (Canadian) 2,000, to the dealer P. & D. Colnaghi, London, through the mediation of her nephew, A.Y. Jackson, and G. Blair Laing, 1956;{Jackson 1922; Jackson 1958, pp. 13-14; Laing 1979, pp. 120-21.} from whom, £ 1,800, to the museum as a gift from the Fotocommissie, 1956

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