Portrait of a Man Rising from His Chair (painting)

  • Type: Painting

Portrait of a Man Rising from His Chair is an oil painting by Dutch artist, Rembrandt van Rijn. Installed in the Taft Museum in Art of Cincinnati, Ohio, the work depicts an unknown man moving with his left hand, perhaps to introduce the viewer to his wife portrayed in a companion, or pendent, painting, Portrait of a Young Woman with a Fan which is in the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City. - AsNotedIn




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Y/M/D Association Description Place Locale Food Event
1633/00/00 Rembrandt van Rijn Painter Rembrandt paints a "Portrait of a Man Rising from His Chair".
1909/00/00 Charles Phelps Taft Collector The Pourtales family of Paris, who had "Portrait of a Man Rising from His Chair" in their private gallery for more than 100 years, sells their painting to Charles Taft. The London Times reported a price of $500,000.

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Particulars for Portrait of a Man Rising from His Chair (painting):
Art Medium Canvas
Art Attribute Dutch Art
Art Medium Oil
Art Type Painting art of using colored substance to create a picture
Art Pendant an artistic, literary, or musical composition intended to match or complement another
Fine Arts Portrait



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