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  Marcel Rieder
France (1862–1942)
The Cherry Pitters 1852
Oil on canvas
46.2 x 38.3 cm.
1974.260
Subject type: Genre
Signature/Inscriptions: "M. Rieder", bottom left, in red
Provenance: Mrs. Frank E. Buck, Menlo Park, California; by gift to Cantor Arts Center, 1974
  Hubert Robert
France (1733-1808)
Corridor in the Prison of Saint-Lazare 1794
Oil on canvas
40.7 x 32.7 cm.
1981.173
Subject type: Genre
Provenance: Galerie Arnoldi-Livie, Munich; purchased by Cantor Arts Center, 1981
Exhibition history: Collecting for Stanford: Recent Acquisitions, 11 January–20 February 1983, T.W. Stanford Art Gallery; Rococo to Revolution: French Art of the Eighteenth Century from the Stanford Museum, 6 March–29 April 1984, T.W. Stanford Art Gallery; Searches, Terrors, Dreams: Romantic Themes in Art, 8 February–1 May 1988, T.W. Stanford Art Gallery; The Still, Sad Music Humanity: Images of Work and of the Pleasures and Pains of Everyday Life, 10 January–16 April 1989, T.W. Stanford Art Gallery
Bibliography: The Stanford Museum, X-XI, 1980-81, p. 36
  Cristoforo Roncalli, called Pomarancio
Italy (1552–1626)
The Education of the Virgin 1608–11
Oil on canvas
141 x 115.5 cm.
1955.27
Subject type: Religious
Provenance: Arthur U. Newton Galleries, New York City, by 1940; sold to Mr. and Mrs. Stewart M. Marshall, Palo Alto, California; by gift to Cantor Arts Center, 1955
Bibliography: Bodil Sorensen, Gamle mestertegninger fra Sophus Larpents samling [Old Master Drawings from the Collection of Sophus Sarpent] exhibition catalogue, Nasjonalgalleriet Oslo, 1999, no. 71, p. 212, fig. 33 (ill.)
  Attributed to Salvator Rosa
Italy (1615-1673)
The Torment of Tityus mid-17th C.
Oil on canvas
112.5 x 148 cm.
1992.14
Subject type: Mythology
Provenance: Joseph F. McCrindle, New York City, by gift to Cantor Arts Center, 1992
  William Shayer
Great Britain (1788–1879)
Shipping
Oil on board
30.5 x 40.3 cm.
1970.102
Subject type: Marine
Signature/Inscriptions: "W. Shayer", lower center; " W. Shayer" verso, bottom stretcher bar
Provenance: Mr. and Mrs. Stewart M. Marshall, Palo Alto, California; by gift to Cantor Arts Center, 1970
Bibliography: European Paintings, The Stanford Art Gallery Presents a
Loan Collection of Stanford University
, April 1951
  Lucien J. Simon
France (1861–1945)
Maid with a Tray in Front of a China Cupboard
Oil on canvas
92.1 x 70.5 cm.
1980.217
Subject type: Genre
Signature/Inscriptions: "L Simon", lower right, oil
Labels/Marks: On back of canvas is canvas maker's stamp: oval, in black -- "...QUE DE COULEURS (?)/MAISON MERLIN/PAUL DENIS Succ/PARIS/(?)/18, RUE DE MEDICIS, 18. " On back of the frame at the bottom, a rectangular white label with cut corners, inscribed in black ink: 2213; the remains of a white label with red border inscribed in black ink: "no. C-1019/STEVENS." At the top of the back of the frame, inscribed in black: 253/(inverted) 53927208. Indecipherable graphite inscriptions at
the top stretcher.
Provenance: Shepherd Gallery, New York City; purchased by Cantor Arts Center, 1980
Exhibition history: Art around 1900, 9 October–2 December 1984, Stanford University Museum of Art; The Still, Sad Music Humanity: Images of Work and of the Pleasures and Pains of Everyday Life, 10 January–16 April 1989, T.W. Stanford Art Gallery; Cantor Arts Center, Europe & USA 19th Century Gallery, 21 January 1999–2 July 2000; Cantor Arts Center, Europe & USA 19th Century Gallery, 9 September 2004–1 January 2006
Bibliography: French and other European Drawings, Paintings and Sculpture of the 19th Century, Winter Exhibition, 1980-81, Shepherd Gallery, New York, no. 145
  Thomas Stothard, R.A.
Great Britain (1755-1834)
Satan Summoning his Legions c. 1790
Oil on canvas
33.02 x 26.67 cm.
1972.148
Subject type: Literature
Provenance: Thomas Agnew & Sons, Ltd., London; purchased by Cantor Arts Center, 1972
Exhibition history: William Haley and His Circle, 17 September–31 October 1982, Edmonton Art Gallery, University of Alberta; Hogarth to Blake: British Art of the Eighteenth Century, 18 December 1984–24 March 1985, T.W. Stanford Art Gallery; Dreams of Terror/Scenes of Destruction, 19 October–12 December 1993, T.W. Stanford Art Gallery
Bibliography: Chan, Victor, William Haley and His Circle, Sept. 17 - Oct. 31, 1982, Edmonton Art Gallery, University of Alberta, no. 101, repr. p. 55
  Thomas Stothard, R.A.
Great Britain (1755-1834)
The Canterbury Pilgrims c. 1807
Oil on panel
11.5 x 41 cm.
1984.206
Subject type: Literature
Provenance: Somerville & Simpson (dealer), London, early 1980s; sold to Sven Bruntjen (dealer), Woodside, California; purchased by Cantor Arts Center, 1984
  Pierre Hubert Subleyras
France (1699-1749)
A Bishop Seated, Giving Benediction c. 1745
Oil on canvas
58.5 x 42 cm.
1979.3
Subject type: History
Provenance: John Maxon, Chicago; Christie, Manson & Woods International, Inc., New York City, January 11, 1979, lot 95; purchased by Cantor Arts Center, 1979
Exhibition history: Rococo to Revolution: French Art of the Eighteenth Century from the Stanford Museum, 6 March–29 April 1984, T.W. Stanford Art Gallery
  Giovanni Domenico Tiepolo
Italy (1727–1804)
Portrait of a Bearded Man
Oil on canvas
30.5 x 27.9 cm.
1959.82
Subject type: Portrait
Provenance: Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Wiesenberger, Pound Ridge, New York; by gift to Cantor Arts Center, 1959
  Giovanni Domenico Tiepolo
Italy (1727–1804)
Portrait of a Young Man
Oil on canvas
30.5 x 27.9 cm.
1959.83
Subject type: Portrait
Provenance: Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Wiesenberger, Pound Ridge, New York; by gift to Cantor Arts Center, 1959
  James-Jacques-Joseph Tissot
France (1836–1902)
Promenade on the Ramparts 1864
Oil on board
52 x 44.4 cm.
1968.107
Subject type: Genre
Provenance: Robert Sumpf; by gift to Cantor Arts Center, 1968
Exhibition history: Body Language: The Human Form in Art, 16 July 1996–27
April 1997, T.W. Stanford Art Gallery
Bibliography: The Stanford Museum Centennial Handbook (Stanford, 1991), p. 81, repr.
  Wilhelm Trübner
Germany (1851–1917)
Road Through the Forest 1909
Oil on canvas
77 x 90 cm.
1980.45
Subject type: Landscape
Signature/Inscriptions: "W. Trubner", lower left
Provenance: Dr. F. Weill, Karlsruhe, Germany; F.A.E.E. Wilson, by 1965; Sotheby's, New York City, March 19, 1980, lot 105; purchased by Cantor Arts Center, 1980
Exhibition history: Art Around 1900, 16 October–1 December 1984, Stanford Museum
Bibliography: Klassiker der Kunst, Wilhelm Trubner, Deutsche-Verlags Anstalt, Stuttgart and Berlin, 1971, p. 312. (repr.); "La Chronique des Arts," Gazette des Beaux-Arts, p. 43, no. 231 (pictured); The Stanford Museum, X-XI, 1980-81, p. 37
  Domenico di Bartolomeo Ubaldini, called Puligo
Italy (1492–1527)
Madonna and Child with St. John and Angel 1518–20
Oil on panel
83.7 x 60.9 cm.
1954.250
Subject type: Religious
Provenance: Arthur U. Newton Galleries, New York City; sold to Mr. and Mrs. Stewart M. Marshall, Palo Alto, California, 1954; by gift to Cantor Arts Center, 1954
  Louis Valtat
France (1869–1952)
Place des Tuileries mid-1930s
Oil on canvas
27 x 35.3 cm.
1998.478
Subject type: Landscape
Signature/Inscriptions: Estate stamp lower right: "L.V."
Labels/Marks: Two labels on verso: (1) THE MAYOR GALLERY LIMITED/14, BROOK STREET/LONDON W.1. 4705; (2) Marlborough Fine Art Limited/39
Old Bond Street London W1/"Valtat, Place des Tuileries/French Landscapes/October-November 1961 Cat. No. 47; inscribed on stretcher bar verso: "5594/1"
Provenance: Mayor Gallery, London; Marlborough Fine Arts, Ltd., London, by 1961; Jean M. Steiner, Hillsborough, California; by gift to Cantor Arts Center, 1998
Other information: Does not appear in catalogue raisonné by Jean Valtat (Louis Valtat: Catalogue de l'oeuvre peint 1869-1952, Tome I, Neuchatel: Editions Ides et Calendes, 1977) but is similar in size and subject to nos. 2359-2363 and nos. 2386-2391 (Parisian landscapes dated 1934 and 1935, respectively) and to nos. 2443-2444 and to no. 2480 (Parisian landscapes dated 1936 and 1937, respectively).
  Guilliam van Deynum
Flanders (now Belgium) (active 1596–c. 1618)
Portrait of a Nobleman 1610
Oil on canvas
236.2 x 162.6 cm.
1996.60
Subject type: Portrait
Signature/Inscriptions: "Guelmus van Deyne[n?]" bottom center, on stair banister; "Guelmus van Deyne[n?] / Flamenco / fecit / 1610", bottom center, on stair banister; "Por. No. Poder. Hablar. Mas. Me. Tormen(...)", on device at center of chest, which roughly translates "I didn't have to talk about it, I did it" (the device shows a serpent biting a heart)
Provenance: Charlotte H. B. (Happy) Dumas, Hillsborough, California; by gift to Cantor Arts Center, 1996
Bibliography: The Stanford University Museum of Art Journal, XXVI-XXVII, 1996-1997, p. 70 repr.
  Carle van Loo
France (1705-1765)
Charles de Baschi, Marquis d'Aubais 1734
Oil on canvas
72.5 x 58 cm.
1987.188
Subject type: Portrait
Signature/Inscriptions: "Van Loo" lower center, black paint
Provenance: Richard J. Collins (dealer), New York City; purchased by Cantor Arts Center, 1987
Bibliography: The Stanford Museum, XVI-XVII, 1986-87, p. 20
  Isaack van Ostade
Holland (1621-1649)
Landscape with Village Festival 1641
Oil on panel
39 x 48.9 cm.
1965.111
Subject type: Genre, landscape
Signature/Inscriptions: Indistinct inscription, lower left (front edge of overturned table)
Provenance: A Bishop of Ely, England (Hofstede de Groot); Dr. Ernest Sklarz, London, 1946—1956; Dr. W. Katz (dealer), London; F. Kleinberger and Co. (Mr. Harry Sperling), New York City; sold to Prentis Cobb Hale, San Francisco, 1956; by gift to Cantor Arts Center, 1965
Exhibition history: Cantor Arts Center, Europe 15th-18th Century Gallery, 21 January–8 August 1999; Cantor Arts Center, Europe 15th-18th Century Gallery, 8 June 2001–July 2006; Chasing History: Art and Provenance, Cantor Arts Center, 9 August–26 November 2006
  Abraham van Pelt
Belgium (1815–?)
At Grandmother’s (after Artz)
Oil on canvas
132.1 x 91.4 cm.
2002.87
Subject type: Genre
Signature/Inscriptions: "A.V. Pelt. ", lower right, paint
Provenance: Ken & Sally Antram Antiques, Solvang, CA, by 1988; sold to John Plummer Steward, Palo Alto, California; by gift to Cantor Arts Center, 2002
Other information: Original painting by Artz was deaccessioned from Rijksmuseum and now in the Beekhuis Collection.
  Willem van de Velde the Younger
Holland (1633–1707)
Sea View with Fishing Boats in the Distance, and a Storm Approaching 1677
Oil on canvas
36.8 x 56.2 cm.; 52.7 x 71.4 cm. (frame)
1999.95
Subject type: Marine
Signature/Inscriptions: Indistinctly signed, lower right: "Wv Velde Jonge 1677"
Labels/Marks: On reverse, on top stretcher bar, left side: "68 1 11"; on right side: "SA 653"; on central member of stretcher: "159 / 10 JU(LY) 7[9?]8"; residual illegible chalk marks elsewhere on stretcher on canvas, verso, lower right: "161" (or "791")
Provenance: Hugh A. J. Munro, Esq., London [=Novar Collection], by 1854; sale, Christie’s, London, June 1, 1878, lot 140, to Hesketh; anonymous sale, Phillips, London, December 5, 1989, lot 84 ; sold to Sondra Kurtin Robinson and Bennett Robinson, New York City; by gift to Cantor Arts Center, 1999
Exhibition history: Cantor Arts Center, Europe 15th-18th Century Gallery, 1 May 2000–present
Bibliography: Gustav Waagen, Treasures of Art in Great Britain, 3 vols. + 1 suppl. (London: John Murrary, 1854), II, p. 139: "Two vessels sailing before a fresh breeze. Spiritedly painted" [Waagen describes the collector, Munro, who has a substantial collection, as one "in whom the love of art alone is the inducement for collecting."]; M. S. Robinson, Van de Velde, A Catalogue of the Paintings of the Elder and Younger Willem van de Velde, 2 vols. (Greenwich: National Maritime Museum, 1958-74), cat. no. 836, p. 814 (ill.); George Keyes, Mirror of Empire: Dutch Marine Art of the Seventeenth Century, exh. cat. Minneapolis Institute of Arts (Cambridge: Cambridge U. Press, 1990), pp. 160ff; 420ff; Lawrence O. Goedde, Tempest and Shipwreck in Dutch and Flemish Art, Convention, Rhetoric, U. Press, 1987
  Eugen Verboeckhoven
Belgium? (1798-1881)
Barnyard Scene
Oil on panel
17.9 x 24.2 cm.
1974.254
Subject type: Animal
Signature/Inscriptions: "Eug. Verboeckhoven" lower center, black paint
Provenance: Mrs. Frank E. Buck, Menlo Park, California; by gift to Cantor Arts Center, 1974
Exhibition history: The Stanfords in Paris, T.W. Stanford Art Gallery, 26 February–27 April 1980
  Claude Vignon
France (1593-1670)
The Lament of St. Peter 1623–30
Oil on canvas
106.7 x 86.4 cm.
1960.207
Subject type: Religious
Provenance: Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Weisenberger, Pound Ridge, New York (as School of Guercino's St. Jerome); purchased by Cantor Arts Center, 1960
Bibliography: Paola Pacht Bassani, Claude Vignon 1593–1670 (Paris: Arthena, 1992), cat. 95
Other information: aka School of Guercino’s St. Jerome
  Frederick W. Watts
Great Britain (1800-1862)
Landscape
Oil on canvas
60.5 x 91.5 cm.
1970.93
Subject type: Landscape
Provenance: Mr. and Mrs. Stewart M. Marshall, Palo Alto, California; by gift to Cantor Arts Center, 1970
  Pieter or Philips Wouwerman
Holland (1632-1682?)
Cavaliers
Oil on metal
44.7 x 49.5 cm.
1974.173
Subject type: Military
Provenance: Mrs. Frank E. Buck, Menlo Park, California; by gift to Cantor Arts Center, 1974
  Joseph Wright, called Wright of Derby
Great Britain (1734–1797)
Vesuvius from Posillipo by Moonlight c. 1774
Oil on canvas
43 x 59.6 cm.
1984.202
Subject type: Landscape
Labels/Marks: "48" on verso of canvas
Provenance: Christie's, London, November 19, 1982, lot 49A; sold to Spink and Son, Ltd., London; purchased by Cantor Arts Center, 1984
Exhibition history: Hogarth to Blake: British Art of the Eighteenth Century, T.W. Stanford Art Gallery, 18 December 1984–24 March 1985; Searches, Terrors, Dreams: Romantic Themes in Art, T.W. Stanford Art Gallery, 8 February–1 May 1988; Recent Acquisitions, 1984–1990, T.W. Stanford Art Gallery, 11 September–21 October 1990
Bibliography: The Stanford Museum Centennial Handbook (Stanford, 1991), p. 78, repr.; The Stanford Museum, XIV-XV, 1984-85, p. 20


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