6 July 2007
Hendrick Martensz. Sorgh (Rotterdam c. 1610-1670)
An interior with peasants seated around a table playing cards
oil on panel
20¾ x 26½ in. (52.7 x 67.5 cm.)
Van der Esch family, Holland (according to the wax seal on the reverse).
with Newhouse Galleries, New York, no. 16912 (according to a label on the reverse).
with Scheidwimmer, Munich, in circa 1975.
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