Provenance Research

AMAM Provenance List
European paintings in the AMAM collection with incomplete provenance and/or changes in ownership in Europe for the period 1933-1945:

Apollonio di Giovanni Battle Between the Athenians and the Persians 1943.239
Paul Cézanne Viaduct at l’Estaque 1950.3
Antoine Coypel The Finding of Moses 1978.2
Henri-Edmond Cross The Return of the Fisherman (Le Pêcheur Provençal) 1953.271
Giorgio de Chirico Self-Portrait 1938.1
Domenichino (Domenico Zampieri) Landscape with Flight into Egypt 1968.51
Emile Auguste Carolus-Duran Portrait of Philippe Burty 1994.9
Giovanni Battista Gaulli Death of Adonis 1966.2
Jan van Goyen Landscape with Dunes 1941.76
Italian (Florentine) 14th century Crucifix 1942.129
Alexej von Jawlensky Head of a Woman 1955.23
Jacob Jordaens An Oracle 1964.35
Ernst Ludwig Kirchner Self-Portrait as a Soldier 1950.29
Paul Klee The Kettledrum Organ 1944.21
Gustav Klimt Portrait of a Lady 1958.157
Jacopo Ligozzi Portable Altar in a Carrying Case 1958.1
Mariotto di Nardo Adoration of the Magi 1943.118
Master of the Sterzing Altarpiece Saint Mary Magdalene 1941.75
Pier Francesco Mola Mercury Putting Argus to Sleep 1961.85
Claude Monet Wisteria 1960.5
Jean-Baptiste Oudry A Young Rabbit and Partridge Hung by the Feet 1982.47
Pablo Picasso Glass of Absinthe 1947.36
Jusepe de Ribera Blind Old Beggar 1955.9
Peter Paul Rubens The Finding of Erichthonius 1944.96
Jan Steen Merry Company 1957.14
Vrancke van der Stockt Kneeling Donor with Saint John the Baptist 1942.128
David Teniers the Younger Saints Anthony and Paul in a Landscape 1973.9
Esaias van de Velde Summer Landscape 1958.42
Adriaen Pietersz van de Venne Allegory of Poverty 1960.94
Adriaen van der Werff and Henrik van Limborch Jacob Blessing the Sons of Joseph 1963.30


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