121 1. J. VAN DER HEYDEN: PASGELD AAN DE VLIET BIJ DELFT. COLL. H.M. DE KONINGIN VAN ENGELAND. 3. DETAIL KAART HOOGHEEMRAADSCHAP V. DELFLAND, 1712, 14E STUK. 2. GRAVURE IN HET RECUEIL DE CENT ESTAMPES ... UITGEG. DOOR F. BASAN ,PARIJS, 1757 Identification of the Country House in Jan van der Heyden's "A Country House by a Canal" at Buckingham Palace by J. W. Niemeyer The painting Hofstede de Groot 258 by Jan van der Heyden, now in the possession of Her Majesty the Queen of England, has hitherto been regarded as a view of the Vecht (Province of Utrecht). However, a print in the Recueil Basan (1757) is entitled : Canal près de Delft". In the catalogue of the Topographical Atlas (1898) in the Delft Municipal Archives the engraving is more specially referred to as : "Huis Pasgeld, aan de Haagsche Vaart". It cannot be said for certain what this identification is based on; probably on personal observation (the house was not pulled down until about 1892). No other illustrations have been traced. The picture is difficult to date, so that it remains an open question who occupied the house when Van der Heyden painted it and
Oud Holland - Quarterly for Dutch Art History – Brill
Published: Jan 1, 1960
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