Cornelius Steenwyck (? - 1684)

Cornelius Steenwyck (? - 1684)
Title
Cornelius Steenwyck (? - 1684)
Date 
ca. 1670
Medium 
Oil on wood panel
Dimensions 
Overall (panel): 12 1/8 x 9 7/8 in. (30.8 x 25.1 cm)
Credit Line 
Gift of Mrs. Eliza M. Clarke through G. de Haert Gillespie
Object Number 
1856.1
Bibliography 
Collections of the New-York Historical Society for the year 1893, New York: The New-York Historical Society, 1894, pp. 414-5, 444. De Riemer, Rev. W.E., The De Riemer Family A.D. 1640(?)-1903, New York: Thbias A. Wright, 1905, pp. 7-15. Catalogue of the Gallery of Art of The New-York Historical Society, New York, The New-York Historical Society, 1915, p. 31. Bolton, Charles Knowles, The Founders: Portraits of Persons Born Abroad Who Came to the Colonies in North America Before the Year 1701, Boston: The Boston Athenaeum, 1919, Vol. 1, pp. 301-3. Catalogue of American Portraits in The New-York Historical Society, New Haven: Yale University Press, Vol. II, 1974, pp. 757-8. Still, Bayrd, "New York's Mayors: the Initial Generation," Essays in the History of New York City: A Memorial to Sidney Pomerantz, Port Washington: Kennikat Press, 1978, pp. 7-20. The Birth of New York: Nieuw Amsterdam 1624-1664, New York: The New-York Historical Society, 1982, pp. 3, 17-19. Hallam, John S., "The Portrait of Cornelis Steenwyck and Dutch Colonial Experience in America," The Low Countries and the New World(s): Travel, Discovery, Early Relations, Lanham, MD: University Press of America, Inc., 2000, pp. 77-91. Ruby, Louisa Wood, "Dutch Art and the Hudson Valley Patroon Painters," Going Dutch: The Dutch Presence in America, 1609-2009, Leiden: Brill, 2008, pp. 33-4. Krohn, Deborah L. and Miller, Peter N., eds. Dutch New York Between East and West: The World of Margrieta Van Varick, New York: Bard Graduate Center: Decorative Arts, Design History, Material Culture: New York: The New-York Historical Society; New Haven: Yale University Press, 2009, p. 188.
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Creative: Tronvig Group