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Lot and his Daughters

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  • Stéphanie Schwill-Egli asked

    May I kindly ask how this painting is related to the Louvre composition, which was catalogued as Lucas van Leyden https://collections.louvre.fr/ark:/53355/cl010061568
    And why you catalogue your version as after Patinir. Do we know today who is the inventor of the composition?
    Thank you in advance for your insights

  • Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen answered

    Dear Stéphanie, thank you for your question. I have asked our curator of old art and he says that from the 6 known versions of this composition, the one in the Louvre is considered to be the original one. The painting which is kept in our museum - 2456 (OK) - is directly based on the Louvre painting, the other 4 are based on the Boijmans painting. The Louvre painting was originally considered to be a work by Lucas van Leyden – why is not very clear, but probably because of some vague reminiscences with van Leyden's graphical work. The way the painting is executed, however, directs to an origin in Antwerp. Some authors, therefor, suggested Patinir as the artist, especially because of the landscape. There are, however, many deviations from the rest of Patinir's oeuvre and that is why we now consider the painting to be a work by an anonymous follower of Patinir. I hope this is helpful. Kind regards, Els

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Title Lot and his Daughters
Material and technique Oil on panel
Object type
Painting > Painting > Two-dimensional object > Art object
Location This object is in storage
Dimensions Width 45 cm
Height Error: 32,5 is not a valid BCD value cm
Artists Circle of: Joachim Patinir
Previously attributed: Lucas van Leyden
Accession number 2456 (OK)
Credits Acquired with the collection of D.G. Van Beuningen, 1958
Department Old Masters
Acquisition date 1958
Creation date in circa 1520
Internal exhibitions Van Eyck tot Bruegel (1994)
BABEL - Oude meesters terug uit Japan / Old Masters Back from Japan (2018)
External exhibitions Les fables du paysage flamand au XVI siècle, du fantastique au merveilleux (2012)
Collection of Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen – Bruegel’s ‘The Tower of Babel’ and Great 16th Century Masters (2017)
Boijmans bij de Buren: REMIX ROTTERDAM, Boijmans x Wereldmuseum (2021)
Research Show research Alma
Material
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Geographical origin Northern Netherlands > The Netherlands > Western Europe > Europe
Place of manufacture Antwerp > Belgium > Western Europe > Europe

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Joachim Patinir

Dinant circa 1475/1480 - Antwerpen 1524

Virtually nothing is known about the life of Joachim Patinir, or Patenier. He appears for the first time in 1515 in the books of the St Luke guild, which he...

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