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Jakob Philip HACKERT

(Prenzlau 1737 – Florence 1807)

View of the Valdinievole from Collodi, 1802

Pen and pencil on paper
552 x 747 mm
Signed, dated and inscribed in pen and brown ink lower right:  La val 'di Nievoli presa da Collodi / Filippo Hackert f. 1802.

Provenance:  
Legacy of Jakob Philipp Hackert; Karoline Luise of Saxony Weimar Eisenach (1786–1816); Helene of Mecklenburg-Schwerin (1814–58); Henri Robert Ferdinand Marie Louis Philippe d'Orléans, Comte de Paris (1908–99); auction in Paris, Drouot Richelieu (Raymond de Nicolay, Christian Delorme, Vincent Fraysse), 30 October 2000, Souvenirs historiques provenant de la Succession de Monseigneur le Prince Henri d'Orléans Comte de Paris, no. 28. For their earlier provenance see the essay below

General bibliography for Hackert:  
Claudia Nordhoff/Hans Reimer, Jakob Philipp Hackert 1737–1807. Verzeichnis seiner Werke. 2 vols., Berlio 1994. - Cesare de Seta/Claudia Nordhoff, Hackert. Naples 2005. – Catalogue of the exhibition entitled Jakob Philipp Hackert, la linea analitica della pittura di paesaggio in Europa, curated by Cesare de Seta, Caserta, Reggia, 2007. - Catalogue of the exhibition entitled Jakob Philipp Hackert, Europas Landschaftsmaler der Goethezeit, curated by Andreas Stolzenburg, Weimar, Neues Museum, Hamburg, Kunsthalle, 2008. - Claudia Nordhoff (Hrsg.), Jakob Philipp Hackert, Briefe (1761–1806). Gottingen 2012, p. 612.

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