31 January 2013
PROPERTY FROM A DISTINGUISHED PRIVATE COLLECTION
Jan Asselijn (Dieppe after 1610-1652 Amsterdam)
A cavalry skirmish
signed and dated 'Jan Asleijn·1634' (lower right)
oil on panel
11½ x 18½ in. (29.2 x 47 cm.)
Anonymous sale; A. Mak, Amsterdam, 18 March 1919, lot 3.
Anonymous sale; Sotheby's, London, 10 December 1986, lot 158, as signed and dated 1631 (£6,000).
with Rafael Valls, London, 1987.
Hauser sale; Sotheby's, New York, 3 June 1988, lot 26 ($18,700), where acquired by the present owner.
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A.C. Steland-Stief, Jan Asselijn - nach 1610 bis 1652, Amsterdam, 1971, p. 25, no. 13, as signed and dated 1634.
We are grateful to Dr. Anne Charlotte Steland-Stief for providing additional provenance information for this lot.
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