Template:ProvenanceEvent/doc

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Multilingual tags for use in the "Credit line=" or "Object history=" field of {{Artwork}}.

Usage

{{ProvenanceEvent|1=|2=|4=|5=|status=}}

Parameters

Parameter name Description Default value required or optional?

parameter #1 (1) type of transaction empty optional
parameter #2 (2) depends on {{{1}}} empty optional
parameter #3 (3) depends on {{{1}}} empty optional
parameter #4 (4) depends on {{{1}}} empty optional
parameter #5 (5) depends on {{{1}}} empty optional
status status=in doubt when the event is not adequately documented. empty optional

Additional information

The template is intended to be used in the following namespaces: all namespaces

The template is intended to be used by the following user groups: all users

Relies on:
{{ISOdate}}, {{LangSwitch}}

See also

{{Provenance}}, {{Date}}, {{Other date}}

Localization

To add your language to the list of languages supported by this template, please edit the template and add a row to the "{{LangSwitch|}}" construct. It takes the form "|xx=Your translation" (xx being the code of your language)

Examples

{{{1}}} Code Output
commission {{ProvenanceEvent|time=1930-09-01|type=commission|newowner=Jean Dupont (1900-1986), {{Paris}}}} <colon> commissioned by Jean Dupont (1900-1986), Paris
acquisition {{ProvenanceEvent|time=1930-09-01|type=acquisition|newowner=Jean Dupont (1900-1986), {{Paris}},|oldowner=Otto Normalverbraucher (1890-1976), {{Berlin}}}} <colon> acquired by Jean Dupont (1900-1986), Paris, from Otto Normalverbraucher (1890-1976), Berlin
purchase {{ProvenanceEvent|time=1930-09-01|type=purchase|newowner=Jean Dupont (1900-1986), {{Paris}},|oldowner=Otto Normalverbraucher (1890-1976), {{Berlin}}}} <colon> purchased by Jean Dupont (1900-1986), Paris, from Otto Normalverbraucher (1890-1976), Berlin
gift {{ProvenanceEvent|time=1930-09-01|type=gift|newowner={{LangSwitch|en=Jean Dupont|fr=à Jean Dupont|it=a Jean Dupont}} (1900-1986), {{Paris}},|oldowner=Otto Normalverbraucher (1890-1976), {{Berlin}}}} <colon> ceded to Jean Dupont (1900-1986), Paris, by Otto Normalverbraucher (1890-1976), Berlin
{{ProvenanceEvent|time=1930-09-01|type=gift|newowner={{LangSwitch|de=das|en=the|fr=au|it=al|nl=het}} Musée d’Art, {{Brussels}},|oldowner=Jean Dupont (1900-1986), {{Paris}}}} <colon> ceded to the Musée d’Art, Brussels, by Jean Dupont (1900-1986), Paris
exchange {{ProvenanceEvent|time=1930-09-01|type=exchange|newowner=Jean Dupont (1900-1986), {{Paris}},|oldowner=Otto Normalverbraucher (1890-1976), {{Berlin}}}} <colon> acquired by Jean Dupont (1900-1986), Paris, from Otto Normalverbraucher (1890-1976), Berlin by exchange
inheritance {{ProvenanceEvent|time=1986|type=inheritance|newowner=Marie Dupont (1928), {{Paris}},|oldowner=Jean Dupont (1900-1986), {{Paris}}}} <colon> inherited by Marie Dupont (1928), Paris, from Jean Dupont (1900-1986), Paris
bequest {{ProvenanceEvent|time=1847|type=bequest|newowner={{LangSwitch|de=das|en=the|fr=au|nl=het}} {{Boijmans}}, Rotterdam,|oldowner=Frans Jacob Otto Boijmans, {{Rotterdam}}}} <colon> bequeathed to the Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen, Rotterdam, by Frans Jacob Otto Boijmans, Rotterdam
sale {{ProvenanceEvent|time=1930-09-01|type=sale|newowner=Jean Dupont (1900-1986), {{Paris}},|oldowner=Otto Normalverbraucher, {{Berlin}},|at=Jan Janssen Fine Art, {{Amsterdam}}|lotno=1|as=[[Georges Braque]]}} <colon> purchased by Jean Dupont (1900-1986), Paris, at the sale of the collection of Otto Normalverbraucher, Berlin, at Jan Janssen Fine Art, Amsterdam, lotno. 1 (as Georges Braque)
{{ProvenanceEvent|time=1930-09-01|type=sale|newowner=Jean Dupont (1900-1986), {{Paris}},|oldowner=Otto Normalverbraucher, {{Berlin}},|atunknown={{Amsterdam}}|lotno=1|as=[[Georges Braque]]}} <colon> purchased by Jean Dupont (1900-1986), Paris, at the sale of the collection of Otto Normalverbraucher, Berlin, at an unknown auction house, Amsterdam, lotno. 1 (as Georges Braque)
anonymous sale {{ProvenanceEvent|time=1930-09-01|type=anonymous sale|newowner=Jean Dupont (1900-1986), {{Paris}},|at=Jan Janssen Fine Art, {{Amsterdam}}|as=[[Georges Braque]]}} <colon> purchased by Jean Dupont (1900-1986), Paris, at an anonymous sale at Jan Janssen Fine Art, Amsterdam (auction house) (as Georges Braque)
{{ProvenanceEvent|time=1930-09-01|type=anonymous sale|newowner=Jean Dupont (1900-1986), {{Paris}},|atunknown={{Amsterdam}}|as=[[Georges Braque]]}} <colon> purchased by Jean Dupont (1900-1986), Paris, at an anonymous sale at an unknown auction house, Amsterdam (as Georges Braque)
nationalization {{ProvenanceEvent|time=1795|type=nationalization|newowner={{LangSwitch |en=the French State |fr=l’État de France |nl=de Franse staat }}}} <colon> nationalized by the French State
conveyance {{ProvenanceEvent|time=1960|type=conveyance|newowner=Musée d’Art, {{Brussels}},|oldowner=Institut royal du Patrimoine artistique, {{Brussels}}}} <colon> ownership transferred to Musée d’Art, Brussels, by Institut royal du Patrimoine artistique, Brussels
transfer {{ProvenanceEvent|time=1960|type=transfer|newowner=Musée d’Art, {{Brussels}},|oldowner=Institut royal du Patrimoine artistique, {{Brussels}}}} <colon> transferred to Musée d’Art, Brussels, from Institut royal du Patrimoine artistique, Brussels
loan {{ProvenanceEvent|time=1960|type=loan|newowner=Musée d’Art, {{Brussels}},|oldowner=Institut royal du Patrimoine artistique, {{Brussels}}}} <colon> lent to Musée d’Art, Brussels, by Institut royal du Patrimoine artistique, Brussels
theft {{ProvenanceEvent|time=1990-07-15|type=theft|oldowner=Musée d’Art, {{Brussels}}}} <colon> stolen from Musée d’Art, Brussels
restitution {{ProvenanceEvent|time=1950-03-01|type=restitution|newowner=Elias Cohen, {{Amsterdam}},|oldowner=Stichting Nederlands Kunstbezit, {{The Hague}}}} <colon> restituted to Elias Cohen, Amsterdam, by Stichting Nederlands Kunstbezit, The Hague
discovery {{ProvenanceEvent|time=1950-03-01|type=discovery|newowner=Elias Cohen|place=The Hague}} <colon> discovered by Elias Cohen (The Hague)
excavation {{ProvenanceEvent|time=1950-03-01|type=excavation|newowner=Elias Cohen|place=The Hague}} <colon> excavated by Elias Cohen. Place: The Hague.

Localization

ProvenanceEvent template supports at the moment: German, English, Dutch and Hungarian languages. Translations into other languages are needed.