Dutch landscapes feature prominently throughout this section, including works by Hendrick Avercamp, Jan van Goyen and Salomon Ruysdael, as well as seascapes by Ludolf Bakhuizen and an Italianate scene by Aelbert Cuyp.
Offered in the Amsterdam Sale is an important group of Dutch topographical views by the great masters of the genre, including Gerrit Berckheyde, Isaak Ouwater, Jan ten Compe, Abraham Storck and Emmanuel de Witte.
Dutch still lifes comprise Breakfast still life by Willem Heda and a rare Still life of shells on a marble ledge by Adriaen Coorte. Of particular interest is Pieter Hollsteijn II's album of closely observed Tulip varieties.
The sale also features an important early work by Nicolaes Maes, The Spanish Gipsy, long regarded as an autograph work by Rembrandt; an intimate depiction of A woman reading by Gabriel Metsu; a delicate Portrait of Felipe Liaño by Goya; an evocative study of figures eating at a table by Canaletto; a series of drawings by Dutch artists of the Golden Age; and works by French Masters such as Watteau and Boucher.