9 July 2008
THE PROPERTY OF THE LATE LORD AND LADY ILIFFE OF BASILDON PARK.
Jan Frans van Bloemen, called Orizzonte (Antwerp 1662-1749 Rome)
A classical mountainous landscape with a man and a woman seated beneath a tree, a herd of sheep beyond; and A classical mountainous landscape with figures resting by a stream, a castle beyond
oil on copper
8¾ x 6¾ in. (22.3 x 17.2 cm.)
a pair (2)
David Ludovic George Hopetoun Carnegie, 11th Earl of Northesk (1901-1963), Ethie Castle, Arbroath; Christie's, London, 13 July 1928, lot 24, as part of a set of six classical landscapes on copper, by Orizzonte (12 gns. to Devis).
with Agnews, London.
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