10 November 2008
Jacob Gerritz. Loef (Enkhuizen 1606/7-after 1670)
A man o' war with other shipping in choppy waters
signed with initials 'IGL' (lower left)
oil on panel
63.8 x 91.6 cm.
S. de Clercq, Den Haag, 1957, and by descent to the current owner.
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B.J.A. Renckens, 'Monogrammist IGL=Jacob Gerritsz. Loef', in Oud Holland, LXXIII, 1958, pp. 169-177, no. 11, illustrated.
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