A Boor holding a Jug and brandishing a Pipe

attributed to Adriaen Brouwer (Oudenaarde 1606 – Antwerp 1638)
National Trust Inventory Number 1139911

Category Paintings
Date 1625 - 1675
Materials Oil on copper
Measurements 378 x 346 x 40 mm
Place of origin
Collection Ham House, Surrey (Accredited Museum)
On show at Ham House and Garden, Surrey, London and South East, National Trust

Summary description

Oil painting on copper, A Boor Holding a Jug and Brandishing a Pipe, attributed to Adriaen Brouwer (Oudenaarde 1606 – Antwerp 1638). A half-length of a boor in a blue hat with brown fur trim, and brown belted tunic, frontal, behind a table, on which he holds a jug with his left hand, whilst brandishing a smoking clay pipe above his head in his right hand.


In around 1683 catalogue and 1683 valuation list and thence by descent until acquired in 1948 by HM Government when Sir Lyonel, 4th Bt (1854 – 1952) and Sir Cecil Tollemache, 5th Bt (1886 – 1969) presented Ham House to the National Trust, and entrusted to the care of the Victoria & Albert Museum, until 1990, when returned to the care of the National Trust, and to which ownership was transferred in 2002

Makers and roles

attributed to Adriaen Brouwer (Oudenaarde 1606 – Antwerp 1638), artist
previously catalogued as school of David Teniers, artist

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Place of origin
Materials Copper (7056)
Oil paint (8301)
Category Paintings (12641)
Collection Ham House, Surrey (Accredited Museum) (5120)
Periods 17th century (33019)
Maker Adriaen Brouwer (Oudenaarde 1606 – Antwerp 1638) (5)
David Teniers (11)
Object Type Oil painting (12901)

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