- Museum number
Portrait of an unknown baby girl; three-quarter length, in profile to left, wearing a bonnet. 1594
Pen and brown ink, with black and red chalk
- Production date
Height: 176 millimetres
Width: 111 millimetres
- Curator's comments
- For a pair see also 1946,0713.156. Both drawings were dated 1604 in Amsterdam.
The symbol at upper right has been connected with Dr Johannes Furnerius (1582-1668) by Maud van Suylen and Jane Shoaf Turner (Master Drawings, vol. 60:4, 2022) pages 435-466, and no. 93 in appendix. The authors identified 125 drawings and 1 print bearing these marks. The authors identify the artist's name on the verso of the drawing as the hand of Abraham Furnerius, the collector's son.
Literature: E.J.K. Reznicek, 'Die Zeichnungen von Hendrick Goltzius', Utrecht, 1961, cat.no.382; Marijn Schapelhouman, in H. Leeflang and G. Luijten, 'Hendrick Goltzius (1558-1617): Drawings, prints and paintings', exh.cat. Rijksmuseum Amsterdam, Metropolitan Museum of Art New York and Toledo Museum of Art Ohio, 2003, p.151, fig.66.
- Not on display
- Exhibition history
1974 July-Dec, BM, Portrait Drawings, no.63
- Acquisition date
- Prints and Drawings
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