THE ICONOGRAPHY OF JACOB VAN RUISDAEL'S "CEMETERY"

@article{Scheyer1977THEIO,
  title={THE ICONOGRAPHY OF JACOB VAN RUISDAEL'S "CEMETERY"},
  author={Ernst Scheyer},
  journal={Bulletin of the Detroit Institute of Arts},
  year={1977},
  volume={55},
  pages={133 - 146}
}
  • Ernst Scheyer
  • Published 1977
  • Art
  • Bulletin of the Detroit Institute of Arts
A similar fate befell the Detroit version; over a period of almost a century it vanished from public view. It was bought at the Zachary auction in 1828 in London by a Mr. Macintosh in whose collection it was seen and described by John Smith in 1835 as "The Cemetery, a grand and effective picture."2 It turned up again in Berlin in 1925 at the Kaiser Friedrich Museums Verein exhibition where Dr. William R. Valentiner saw it 
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