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Possibly in the collection of Tymen Jacobsz Hinloopen (1572-1637), Amsterdam by 1644. (as a painting of St. Peter's ship)Collection of Jacques Specx (1588/89-1652), a Governor General of the East Indies, Amsterdam by 1653.Collection of Jacob Jacobsz Hinloopen (1644-1705), a burgomaster and sheriff, Amsterdam by 1705.Collection of Johannes Coop (d. 1746), a calico-printer, Amsterdam.Collection of Gerrit Braamcamp (1699-1771), Amsterdam before 1750.Purchase by J. Wubbels at the Braamcamp sale, Amsterdam on 31 July 1771 for 4360 guilders, lot 172.Collection of John Hope (1737-1784), Amsterdam.By descent to Philippina Barbera van der Hoeven (d. 1790), widow of John Hope, Amsterdam in 1784.By descent to Thomas Hope (1769-1831), Adrian Elias Hope (1772-1834), and Henry Philip Hope (1774-1839) sons of John Hope and Philippina Barbera van der Hoeven, Amsterdam in 1790.Collection of Adrian Elias Hope (1772-1834) and Henry Philip Hope (1774-1839) under the guardianship of their cousin, Henry Hope (about 1739-1811) in 1794. Moved to London.Collection of Henry Philip Hope possibly by 1802 and exhibited at the home of his eldest brother, Thomas Hope (1769-1831), London in 1819.By descent to Henry Thomas Hope (1808-1862), son of Thomas Hope, Surrey in 1839. By descent to Adèle Bichat Hope (d.1887), widow of Henry Thomas Hope, in 1862.By descent to Henry Francis Pelham-Clinton-Hope (d.1941), grandson of Adèle Bichat Hope and the 8th Duke of Newcastle, London in 1884.Purchased by the art dealers Asher Wertheimer and Colnaghi & Co. from Henry Francis Pelham-Clinton-Hope in 1898.Purchased by Isabella Stewart Gardner from Colnaghi & Co. in September 1898 for 6,000, through Bernard Berenson (1865-1959), American art historian.Stolen in 1990.
The thing is, this isn't magic -- nor is it perfect. Unlike TV shows and movies that can "zoom in" to read a fingerprint on security camera footage from 20 yards away, real-world scaling can do a little but can't work miracles.
But that wasn't a real-world demo. In the real world, most content isn't pristine. In the real world, streaming 4K content from Netflix or Amazon can look worse than 1080p Blu-ray. CNET's hands-on comparisons of 4K streaming (and 4K from a Samsung UHD content pack and from Sony's 4K video player ) versus Blu-ray showed very little difference for the most part, and at times the Blu-ray looked better.
Like any marketing, take the claims from TV manufacturers with a grain of salt. Good upconversion can improve the apparent detail in an image; I've seen side-by-side demos that make 1080p look nearly as sharp as 4K. Admittedly these were put on by a company which makes scalers, but the potential is there, just as it was in going from standard to high definition.
The Epson LS500 is a great TV replacement option and offers, essentially, unlimited content from streaming services. Plus, you have inputs for your cable/satellite box, game console, or 4K Blu-ray player. The LS500 also includes a sound system that is better than most flat panel TVs or home theater projectors.
The MS exec further argues that modern HD equipment will display movie content - either on HD DVD or Blu-ray - progressively even if the input is interlaced, which makes the much touted 1080p resolution functionality of the PlayStation 3 largely irrelevant on current consumer equipment.
With attach rates that still far exceed other high definition formats, HD DVD movies continue to sell briskly at retail to a growing consumer base. The 2007 title line-up from the core HD DVD studios, combined with a strong HD DVD title and hardware presence in North America, Europe and Asia, showcases the format's global appeal and unmatched technology features. Effective April 1st, Toshiba is implementing strategic retail price reductions on its full line of HD DVD players for the U.S. market. The entry level HD-A2 will have a suggested retail price of $399.99; and the new HD-A20, with 1080p output, will be introduced at $499 (available in stores in April). The top of the line HD- XA2 was already repositioned to $799.99 on March 1st.
Make no mistake: History has shown that price points cannot be maintained in the home video window. What sells for $30-a-viewing today could be blown out for $9.99 within a few years. If wiser heads do not prevail, the cannibalization of theatrical revenue in favor of a faulty, premature home video window could lead to the loss of hundreds of millions of dollars in annual revenue. Some theaters will close. The competition for those screens that remain will become that much more intense, foreclosing all but the most commercial movies from theatrical release. Specialty films whose success depends on platform releases that slowly build in awareness would be severely threatened under this new model. Careers that are built on the risks that can be taken with lower budget films may never have the chance to blossom under this cut-throat new model. Further, releasing a pristine, digital copy of new movies early to the home will only increase the piracy problem-not solve it.