Frans Hals 033



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Young Man and Woman in an Inn ("Yonker Ramp and His Sweetheart").[1]

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oil on canvas


105.4 × 79.4 cm (41.5 × 31.3 in)

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by 1646(1646): Cornelia Lemens, Amsterdam (?)
by 1647(1647): Martin van de Broecke, Amsterdam (?)
1647(1647): acquired by Andries Ackersloot, Amsterdam, from Martin van de Broecke, Amsterdam by exchange
(?) 30 May 1786(1786-05-30): sale of the collection of Johannes Enschede, Haarlem (as ‘Jonker Ramp en zyn Matres’)
29 October 1791(1791-10-29): purchased by Delfos at the sale of the collection of Johan Adriaen Versijden van Varick, Leiden
20 April 1880(1880-04-20): sale of the collection of C.J.G. Copes van Hasselt & Mme. Copes van Hasselt-Delange, Haarlem (as ‘[Leve de Trouw]: Le Chevalier Ramp et sa Maîtresse’)
by 1883(1883): comte Edouard de Pourtalès, Paris
1905(1905): purchased by Benjamin Altman (†1913), New York City, from Gimpel & Wildenstein, Paris/New York City
1913(1913): bequeathed to Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York City, by Benjamin Altman


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