Portrait of Frederick V of the Palatinate (The Winter King), Michiel van Miereveld;  and workshop
Michiel van Miereveld
Portrait of Frederick V of the Palatinate (The Winter King)
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Portrait of Frederick V of the Palatinate (The Winter King), ca. 1630


Dimensions
63.9 x 52.8 cm
Physical Description
oil on wood
Inventory Number
2559
Acquisition
Acquired in 2021 with means provided by Ulla Grund and the Fontana-Stiftung, property of Städelscher Museums-Verein e.V.
Status
On display, 2nd upper level, Old Masters, room 6

Work Data

Basic Information

Title
Portrait of Frederick V of the Palatinate (The Winter King)
Painter
Period Produced
Object Type
Physical Description
oil on wood
Material
Technique

Property and Acquisition

Institution
Administration
Collection
Creditline
Städel Museum, Frankfurt am Main, Eigentum des Städelschen Museums-Verein e.V.
Picture Copyright
Public Domain
Acquisition
Acquired in 2021 with means provided by Ulla Grund and the Fontana-Stiftung, property of Städelscher Museums-Verein e.V.

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Research and Discussion

Provenance

Object History
Wilhelmina Maria von Weinberg, geb. Huygens (1872-1935), Amsterdam/Frankfurt
Nachlass Wilhelmina Maria von Weinberg, 1935
Verbleib in Familienbesitz bis 1918
aus dem Kunsthandel erworben durch den Städelschen Museums-Verein e.V., Frankfurt am Main, 2021.

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Last update

26.01.2023