3 July 2007
Pieter Molyn (London 1595-1661 Haarlem)
A peasant and his dog in a landscape
signed and dated 'P .Molyn. .1655.'
black chalk, grey wash, partial black chalk framing lines, watermark foolscap
5¾ x 7 5/8 in. (147 x 193 mm.)
Galippe; Paris, 11 April 1924, lot 58 (1,000 Francs).
Dr Curt Otto (L. 611c); Leipzig, 7 November 1929, lot 101 (360 Marks to L. Godefroy).
E.J. Otto (L. 873b).
With C.G. Boerner, Düsseldorf, 1964, no. 86.
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H.-U. Beck, Pieter Molyn 1595-1661, Katalog der Handzeichnungen, Ghent, 1998, p. 144, no. 287.
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