Interior of an Inn
Adriaen van Ostade (Haarlem 1610 – Haarlem 1685)
Art / Oil paintings
1663 (signed and dated)
Oil on panel
308 x 419 mm (12 1/8 x 16 1/8 in)
Place of origin
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Buckland Abbey, Devon (Accredited Museum)
Oil painting on panel, Interior of an Inn by Adriaen van Ostade (Haarlem 1610 –Haarlem 1685), signed and dated AV (in compendium) Ostade. 1663.
Collection of Lady Holderness, 1802; collection of Sir Gregory Page Turner, 3rd Bt (1748 - 1805); Lord Charles Townshend, 1819; collection of A. Delahante (1767 - 1837), 1821; collection of William Beckford (1760 - 1844), 1840; collection of Sir George Lindsay Holford (1860-1926), Westonbirt; his deceased sale, Christie's 17 May 1928, lot 29, for 1,890 guineas to Buttery (1868 - 1929); Harold Samuel, Baron Samuel of Wych Cross; acquired by the National Trust as a gift from the estate of the late Edna, Lady Samuel of Wych Cross (1918-2008), 2010.
Buckland Abbey (given from the estate of Edna, Lady Samuel of Wych Cross (1918-2008) to the National Trust in 2010)
Makers and roles
Adriaen van Ostade (Haarlem 1610 – Haarlem 1685), artist
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