Date: ca. early 1650s
Gerard Terborch is one the best known seventeenth-century Dutch artists. He often isolated his sitters against a neutral background, as here. This portrait of Gaspar van Kinschot was part of a set that included an image of a woman, likely his wife. The portraits were separated sometime before 1939.
Medium: Oil on panel
Inscriptions: Signed: “GTB” (stylized)
Dimensions: H: 11 x W: 8 1/2 in.
Collection: Julian Wood Glass Jr. Collection
Category: Paintings - Portraits
Purchased November 23, 1988 from Newhouse Galleries. Provenance: anonymous sale (?), Christie's, London, June 16, 1939, lot 115; anonymous sale, Christie's, London, March 12, 1948, lot 141 (450 gns to Clifford Duits); with Duits, London, 1948; with P. de Boer, Amsterdam, 1952. Recorded in S. J. Gudlaugsson, "Gerard Ter Borch," 1959, and illustrated, page 246; 11, 1960, pages 102-103, no. 86.