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Albrecht Dürer: Virgin and Child with Saint Anne  wikidata:Q3948737 
Artist
Albrecht Dürer: Virgin and Child with Saint Anne
Title
Virgin and Child with Saint Anne
Object type painting
Date Probably 1519
Medium oil on panel
Q296955/Q1348059
Dimensions Height: 60 cm (23.6 in); Width: 49.8 cm (19.6 in)
Gallery 628
Accession number
14.40.633
Object history Leonhard Tucher, Nuremberg (from about 1519–d. 1568); his son, Paul IV Tucher, Nuremberg (1568–d. 1603; inv., 1604, presumably this picture); his son, Leonhard II Tucher, Nuremberg (from 1603); Gabriel III Tucher, Nuremberg (until d. 1628); Hans von Furtenbach, Nuremberg (1628–30; sold to Maximilian); Maximilian I, Elector of Bavaria, Munich (1630–d. 1651); Electors of Bavaria, later [from 1806] Kings of Bavaria, Residenz, Munich, later Schloß Schleißheim, Oberschleißheim, Germany (1651–1852; their sale, Munich, April 13–23, 1852, no. 128, for fl. 50 to Entres); [Joseph Otto Entres, Munich, 1852–67; sold for Fr 46,000 to Kuris]; Ivan Iraklievich Kuris, Odessa (1867–d. 1898); his widow, Liubov' Ivanovna Kuris, Odessa and Dresden (1898–1911; sold to Duveen, New York, 1911; sold to Benjamin Altman, New York (1911–d. 1913)
Credit line Bequest of Benjamin Altman, 1913
References Bayerische Staatsgemäldesammlungen (Schleißheimer Versteigerung)
Source/Photographer Metropolitan Museum of Art, online collection (The Met object ID 110000684)
Other versions Category:Metterza by Dürer

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