10 December 2014
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Albert Meijeringh (Amsterdam 1645-1714)
An Italianate wooded river landscape with a castle on a hill
black chalk, pen and black and brown ink, watermark Arms of Amsterdam, brown ink framing lines
8 x 11¼ in. (20.2 x 28.5 cm.)
possibly M. Elte, The Hague; from whom purchased by I.Q. van Regteren Altena in November 1926 for 15 guilders (Inventory book: '227. t. Meyeringh landschap') or 28 October 1929 for 5 guilders (Inventory book: '779. t. Meyeringh landschap.').
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Amsterdam, Koninklijk Oudheidkundig Genootschap, Hoe Hollandse teekenaars Rome zagen 1500-1840, 1940 (no catalogue published).
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