15 - 16 November 2016
Jacob Toorenvliet (Leiden 1640-1719 Oegstgeest)
oil on panel
34 x 26.4 cm.
with three collectors' wax seals and an old inventory number on the reverse
Mr. Van Bremen, The Hague, as Gerard Dou (according to an old label on the reverse).
J. van Hasselt, Amsterdam; and by descent to the present owners by the second half of the 1960s.
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S.H. Karau, Jacob Toorenvliet, dissertation, Berlin, 2002, no. D15.
Please note the attribution should read: Follower of Jacob Toorenvliet, as has kindly been pointed out by Dr Susanne Karau on the basis of an image.Please note the new estimate is € 2.000-3.000.
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