Portrait of Lady Arabella Stuart
c. 1605-1610
Marcus Gheeraerts the Younger (Flemish, 1561-1635)
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  • Artist Name: Marcus Gheeraerts the Younger (Flemish, 1561-1635)
  • Title: Portrait of Lady Arabella Stuart
  • Date: c. 1605-1610
  • Medium: Oil on canvas
  • Dimensions: 71 x 39 in. (180.3 x 99.1 cm)
  • Credit Line: The Norton Simon Foundation
  • Accession Number: F.1965.1.027.P
  • Copyright: © The Norton Simon Foundation

Object Information

Stanford White, New York (sale, American Art Association, New York, 4 April 1907, no. 110).
[Meredith Galleries, to;]
[Duveen Brothers Inc., New York, by 1946, sold in 1965 to]
The Norton Simon Foundation.

Jacobean Portraits

  • New York, Duveen Bros., 1946-03 to

[on loan]

  • New York, Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1965-12-30 to 1973-04-16

[on loan]

  • Los Angeles, The Dorothy Chandler Pavillion, Los Angeles Music Center, 1973-05-10 to 1984-03-30

England's World of 1607

  • Richmond, Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, 1957-05 to 1957-09

Masterworks of Flemish and Related Art. Exhibition of Paintings and Sculpture

  • New York, Duveen Art Galleries, 1964-02 to 1964-04

Lock, Stock and Barrel: Norton Simon's Purchase of Duveen Brothers Gallery

  • Norton Simon Museum, 2014-10-24 to 2015-02-16
  • Bruening, Margaret, Art Digest, p. 7
  • Frankfurter, Alfred M., Art News, pp. 34-35
  • Douglas, R. Langton, The Connoisseur, pp. 165-166
  • LaFarge, Henry A., Art News, p. 12
  • Duveen Brothers, Inc., Masterworks of Flemish and Related Art. Exhibition of Painting and Sculpture,
  • Kirby, Thomas E., The Artistic Property Belonging to the Estate of the Late Standford White, 1907,
  • Strong, Roy, The English Icon, Elizabethan and Jacobean Portraiture, 1971, p. 266
  • Arnold, Janet, Patterns of Fashion, The Cut and Clothes for Men and Women c. 1560-1620, 1972, p. 12
  • Campbell, Sara, Collector Without Walls: Norton Simon and His Hunt for the Best, 2010, cat. D25 p. 443
  • Janet Arnold, Patterns of Fashion Vol. 3: The Content, Cut, Construction and Context of European Men's and Women's Dress, c. 1560-1620, 2023, 92, 93 (detail) p. 15 (ill.)

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