28 January 2009
Gillis (Aegidius) Neyts Ghent 1623?-1687 Antwerp
An Italianate landscape with travelers on a path by a ruin
signed and dated 'AE.Neyts.f./1680' (lower left)
oil on canvas
22½ x 32¾ in. 57.2 x 83.2 cm.
Anton Hartmann, Würzburg, 1799.
Lichtmann; Dorotheum, Vienna, 6-8 November 1917, lot 36.
Anonymous sale; Dorotheum, Vienna, 18 Sepetember 1962, lot 76.
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P. Gustot, Gillis Neyts: un paysagiste brabançon en vallée mosane au XVIIe siècle, Namur, 2008, pp. 93-94, no. P57, illustrated.
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