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Possibly anonymous sale; Gogel, Frankfurt, 30 September 1782, lot 400, as with figures by Van der Velde.
F.W. Hoynck; Berlin, Lepke, 11 December 1900, lot 35, as Steenwijck II.
Hans Bernhard Greve; Berlin, Lepke, 12 October 1909, lot 68, as Steenwijck II.
Anonymous sale; Prestel, Frankfurt, 10 November 1920, lot 96.
with Trafalgar Galleries, London, 1985.
F. Baudouin, 'Hendrick van Steenwijk (I)', in: The Dictionary of Art, London, 1996, XXIX, p. 592.
Edgar Peters Bowron, 'A brief history of European oil paintings on copper, 1560-1775', in: Copper as Canvas (exh. Phoenix, Kansas City and The Hague), Phoenix, Oxford and New York, 1999, p. 21 and 29 (note 57).
J. Howard, The Steenwyck Family as Masters of Perspective, Turnhout, 2008 (forthcoming), p. 105, no. I 7.