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Pieter Neeffs I (Antwerp c. 1578-c. 1656) and Attributed to David Teniers II (Antwerp 1610-1690 Brussels)
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Pieter Neeffs I (Antwerp c. 1578-c. 1656) and Attributed to David Teniers II (Antwerp 1610-1690 Brussels)

Interior of a Gothic cathedral with figures

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Pieter Neeffs I (Antwerp c. 1578-c. 1656) and Attributed to David Teniers II (Antwerp 1610-1690 Brussels)
Interior of a Gothic cathedral with figures
signed 'P.NEEffS' and with monogram 'DT' (lower right, on the column)
oil on panel
17½ x 26 7/8 in. (44.5 x 67.6 cm.)
Provenance
Professor Dr. Wedewer; his sale, Rudolph Lepke's Kunst-Auctions-Haus, Berlin, 17 March 1908, as 'P. Neefs & D. Teniers'.
Carl Bechstein; Wertheim, Berlin, 11 December 1930, lot 56, as 'Pieter Neefs and David Teniers'.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Graham, by 1960.
with Victor Spark, New York.
Anonymous sale; Sotheby's, New York, 15 January 1993, lot 48, as 'Pieter Neeffs, the Elder' ($60,250 to the present owners).
Exhibited
New Haven, Yale University Art Gallery, Pieter Neefs the Elder, 19 May-26 June 1960, no. 19, as 'Pieter Neeffs the Elder, and David Teniers the Younger'.
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