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[Hilly and wooded landscape with a bridge over a stream in the foreground].[The Netherlands?, ca. 1620/40]. 43 x 56 cm. Landscape drawing in black chalk(?) and white chalk on paper. Under glass in a black and gold wooden frame.
Stunningly beautiful wooded landscape with a castle on top of a hill at the right. Although the drawing is unsigned, it has been authenticated by a leading expert on 17th-century Dutch art: Edgar Haverkamp Begemann, John Langeloth Loeb professor emeritus at New York University's Institute of Fine Arts, formerly of the department of prints and drawings at the Morgan Library and Museum in New York and professor of art history at Yale University. On the back is a sketch of a similar landscape, apparently by the same artist.In very good condition, with the paper slightly thin in places and reinforced along the edges.
      [Bookseller: ASHER Rare Books (Since 1830)]
Last Found On: 2014-08-13           Check availability:      NVvA    


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