Queen's University Gifted 12 Paintings

November 15 2021

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Posted by Adam Busiakiewicz:

Queen's University in Kingston, Canada, have been gifted 12 paintings by philanthropist Isabel Bader, wife of the late Dr. Alfred Bader. The paintings, which are the latest gift to the institution, will be housed in the university's Agnes Etherington Arts Centre.

The 12 works include the following (click here for a full set of images):

Pieter Claesz, Still Life with a Rummer and a Shrimp, 1646.

Carstian Luyckx, Still Life with Gilt Cup, Glass Holder, Silver Beaker, Nautilus Shell, Fruit and Oysters Arranged on a Draped Ledge, around 1650.

Constantijn Verhout, A Man Looking into a Jug, possibly Cornelis Abrahamsz. Graswinckel, 1662.

Jacobus Vrel, A Woman Darning a Stocking, around 1654.

Unknown Artist (after Rembrandt van Rijn), David Presenting the Head of Goliath to Saul, after 1639.

Unknown Artist, Mountain Landscape with a View of a Walled Town, around 1640.

Heyman Dullaert, Young Scholar in his Study, around 1655.

Jacob Foppens van Es, Still Life with Lobster on a Pewter Plate, after 1617.

Unknown Artist, Portrait of a Woman, around 1625.

Master IS, Two Scholars in a High Room, 1640. (pictured)

Jan van Noordt, Joseph Selling Grain in Egypt, around 1675.

Jan Peeters I, A Ship in a Stormy Sea, around 1645 – 1652.

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