10 December 2014
Attributed to Cornelis Massijs (Antwerp 1510-1556/57)
View of a village
traces of black chalk, pen and brown ink, black ink framing lines, minor losses lower left
3 3/8 x 6¾ in. (8.4 x 17 cm.)
Carl Robert Rudolf (circa 1884-1974) (without his mark).
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R. Liess, 'Die kleinen Landschaften Pieter Bruegels d. Ä. im Lichte seines Gesamtwerks: 3. Teil', Kunsthistorisches Jahrbuch Graz, XVIII, 1982, p. 79, fig. 202 (as 'Pieter Bruegel?').
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