Received from the States of Holland in 1635 along with a St Jerome by van Leyden (Doort, WS 76, no 2)Jan Gossart's Adam and Eve (Sale Inventory, WS 204, no 304 in Hampton Court) and the Burning of the Bones of John the Baptist and the Lamentation by Geertgen tot Sint Jans given away to the Duke of Hamilton and now in Vienna's Kunsthistorisches Museum (no 993 and no 991) - as well as some other luxury items. See J. Bruyn and O. Millar, "Notes on the Royal Collection-III: The'Dutch Gift'to Charles I", Burlington Magazine, 196.

Item struck through in Windsor MS.

Van der Doort c.1639

Woman in Holland

Long narrow landscape of Roman ruins by a sea with 4 or 5 ships on it, a bridge with a herdsman driving 2 goats over it, 18 little figures

Walpole Society reference (1960): 
WS 157, № 3
Measurements (Van der Doort): 
(2ft 1 x 4ft 11) [63.5 x 149.9]
needle in silk
Estates General
Gift / Exchange / Bought / Inherited: 
one of the 5 things given to your majesty at St James's in 1635 by the States, the other 4 being paintings
Room description extended: 
Pictures and other things in store in several places and as yet unplaced
Original Manuscript page number: 
Windsor MS., f. 122 and MS Ash, 1514, f. 156
Interpreting the text: 
Text in brackets from the Ashmolean MS.
Identification certainty: 
Sale Inventory c.1649-51