Head Study of a Bearded Man

Related Artist: Sir Peter Paul Rubens (1577 - 1640)

Szépmûvészeti Museum (Museum of Fine Arts), Budapest

Head Study of a Bearded Man
Recent Literature & Notes

Ildikó Ember, Annamária Gosztola, Zsuzsa Urbach,  Old Masters’ Gallery, Museum of Fine Arts Budapest, Summary Catalogue, Volume 2, Early Netherlandish, Dutch and Flemish Paintings, Budapest, 2000, p. 142, ill., as by Peter Paul Rubens; Michael Jaffé considered it to be a copy by Jordaens after a variant study of the same model in the Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge (Michael Jaffé, Rubens. Catalogue Completo, Milan, 1989, no. 454, pp. 252-3


55.2 x 42.3 cm

Inv. No.


Reverse of panel

Cradled; no marks

Examined in

October 2016

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The images are shown to illustrate the project’s ongoing work in gathering art historical information and scientific data on panel paintings related to Jacques Jordaens and Sir Anthony Van Dyck. For published attributions, please refer to the recent literature and notes where applicable