Pieter de Hooch
| Mauritshuis, The Hague|
| 78 cm × 65 cm (31 in × 26 in)|
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A Man Smoking and a Woman Drinking in a Courtyard Wikipedia
A Man Smoking and a Woman Drinking in a Courtyard (1658–1660) is an oil on canvas painting by the Dutch painter Pieter de Hooch; it is an example of Dutch Golden Age painting and is part of the collection of the Mauritshuis.
This painting by Hooch was documented by Hofstede de Groot in 1910, who wrote:
297. COURTYARD WITH A MAN SMOKING AND A WOMAN DRINKING. Sm. 30 ; de G. 56. This picture corresponds precisely to the Rothschild picture (295), except that the figure of the second man is here absent. It is an excellent work. Canvas, 30 1/2 inches by 25 1/2 inches. Mentioned by Waagen (Supplement, p. 131).
Exhibited at the Royal Academy Winter Exhibition, London, 1871 and 1888, No. 35 ; at the London Guildhall, 1892 ; and at the Burlington Fine Arts Club, 1900.Sold by Smith in 1822 (for 300).
In the collection of W. Wells of Redleaf in 1833 (Sm.).
Sale.-- W. Wells, London, May 12, 1848 (.540 : 155., Farrer).
In Lord Overstone's collection in 1857 (Waagen).