Portrait of a Protestant minister of religion
between 1515 and 1516 - 05 Jun 1568
A Protestant Minister
oil on oak panel
84.0 x 62.5 cm panel; 104.5 x 83.0 x 5.0 cm frame
Signature & date
Not signed. Not dated.
Gift of the Netherlands Insurance Company established 1845 parent company of Associated National Insurance Company in commemoration of the inauguration of Associated National House 1965
Shown in 1 exhibition
Purchases and Acquisitions for 1965, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney, 09 Mar 1966–03 Apr 1966
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Sir Francis Cook, Surrey/England
Sir Frederick Cook, Surrey/England, by descent, son of Sir Francis Cook. Catalogued as by Antonio Moro whilst in the Cook collection, see 1914 catalogue of the paintings at Doughty House.
Kunsthandel P. de Boer, Amsterdam/Netherlands, as by Frans Pourbus
Netherlands Insurance Company, Netherlands, Gift of the Netherlands Insurance Company 1965
Referenced in 10 publications
Portraits de la Renaissance aux Pays-Bas, Veurne, 2015, p 164, col illus p164, no IIIa.
Willem Key: Portrait of a humanist painter, Catalogue of problematic attributions, pp 185–210, 2011, pp 186–87, B3, col illus p 187. As 'Portrait of a man, aged 48'.
European Paintings before 1800 in Australian and New Zealand public collections, Sydney, 1989, p 118, no 364, illus p 118.
'Acquisitions for 1965', Art Gallery of New South Wales Quarterly, vol 7, no 3, Apr 1966, pp 278–87: p 282, illus p 283.
1965 Acquisitions, Sydney, 1965, pp 9–10, no 1.
Anthonis Mor van Dashorst (Antonio Moro). Mémoire couronné le 12 octobre 1933. 2nd series, Tome III - Beaux-Arts, 1934, p 108, no 91. 'Attributions probablement justifiées'
A catalogue of the paintings at Doughty House Richmond & elsewhere in the collection of Sir Frederick Cook BT, London, 1914, Vol. II, p 60, no 289, illus pl XIV. As by Antonio Moro.
Antonio Moro: son oeuvre et son temps, Brussels, 1910, pp 137–39, illus p 136. As by Antonio Moro.