London, South Kensington
12 December 2003
Moses van Uyttenbroeck (The Hague, circa 1600-1646)
A group of children enacting the Triumph of Silenus
signed (?) 'mosis Uyt'tenbroeck' and inscribed 'N° .32.'
red chalk, pen and brown ink, grey wash
5 7/8 x 10 in. (149 x 254 mm.)
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An oil on panel by Uyttenbroeck depicting A peasant bacchanal in the National Museum in Warsaw (Inv. 128572) shows a group of putti in the lower right corner with some similarities to that drawn here.
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