Ruisdael, J.I. van
The provenance data are conclusive. Belonged to the former collection of K.W.B. Bachstitz art dealers.
Opmerkingen:It is possible that K.W.B. Bachstitz, a stateless Austrian who ran an art dealership in The Hague from the 1920s onwards, was forced to sell this painting. On 6 February 1950, in response to a letter from the SNK in which the SNK inquired whether the artworks stated were sold to Germany voluntarily or under pressure, Bachstitz's wife wrote: 'In answer to your letter dated 30 January 1950, I state that during the enemy occupation my husband was forced to sell the art objects listed - as well as the sales recorded at the time - under undue influence.'.
Reconstruction origin history
Leopold II, Koning
Archief SNK nr.178; Tent.cat. Bachstitz, Den Haag 1935, p.38-39 (afb.)
Auspitz, S. von
Archief SNK nr.865; Tent.cat. Bachstitz, Den Haag 1935, p.38-39 (afb.); J. Rosenberg, Jacob van Ruisdael, Berlijn 1928, nr.390; K.E. Simon, Jacob van Ruisdael: Eine Darstellung seiner Entwicklung, Berlijn, 1930, p.26
ICN inventariskaart; Archief SNK nr.178, 228, 435, 865; Bundesarchiv Koblenz B323 nr.574; Tent.cat. Bachstitz, Den Haag 1935, p.38-39 (afb.)
Archief SNK nr.178, 228, 435, 865
ICN inventariskaart; Archief SNK nr.865; Bundesarchiv Koblenz B323 nr.574