23 - 24 June 2015
Attributed to Pieter Mulier I (Haarlem 1600/15-1659)
A fishing boat, a rowing boat and a Dutch three-master in choppy waters
oil on canvas
56.4 x 50 cm.
Dr. R. Spiegler (according to a label on reverse).
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We are grateful to Prof. Jan Kelch for endorsing the attribution to Pieter Mulier I on the basis of a photograph (written communication, 6 May 2015).
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