10 December 2014
Cornelis Saftleven (Gorkum 1607-1681 Rotterdam)
A row of cottages
inscribed 'hoog straet'
black chalk, grey wash, brown ink framing lines
7½ x 11¾ in. (18.9 x 29.8 cm.)
with Nicolaas Beets (1878-1963), Amsterdam; from whom purchased by I.Q. van Regteren Altena on 28 May 1928 for 144 guilders (Inventory book: '459. t. C. Saftleven schuur').
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