Object Information

Guido Reni
ca. 1639
oil on canvas
given; 1943; Goetze, Constance, Mrs
© Fitzwilliam Museum, University of Cambridge


Data published online by The Fitzwilliam Museum and formatted at Carnegie Museum of Art:

Guido Reni [1575–1642], the artist, Italy, ca. 1639. Prince Lucien Bonaparte [1775–1840]; Sale, New Gallery, Pall Mall, London, England, 1815 [1]; purchased by Sir Thomas Baring, 1st Bt. [1772–1848]; purchased by Sir Thomas Baring’s son, Thomas Baring [1799-1873], London, 1848; bequest to his nephew, Thomas George Baring, 1st Earl of Northbrook [1826–1904], Stratton Park, Hampshire, and London, England, 1873; by descent to his son, Francis George Baring, 2nd Earl of Northbrook [1850–1929], London, England, 1904; Sale, Christie’s, London, December 12, 1919 [2]; purchased by Sigismund Goetze [1866–1939], London, England, December 12, 1919; his widow, Mrs. Constance Goetze [?–1951], 1939; given to the Fitzwilliam Museum, 1943.


[1] Prince Lucien Bonaparte sale.
[2] Earl of Northbrook Sale.

Data as published online by The Fitzwilliam Museum:

Prince Lucien Bonaparte (1775–1840); exhibited for sale London, New Gallery, 60 Pall Mall, with the rest of the Lucien Bonaparte collection, 1815, when it was bought by Sir Thomas Baring; bought at the death of Sir Thomas Baring, 1848, by his second son, Thomas Baring, who bequeathed it to his nephew Thomas George Baring, 1st Earl of Northbrook, 1873; Northbrook sale, Christie's, 12 Deca. 1919 (127), bt. Goetze.



* Collection Data

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