31 January 2013
PROPERTY FROM A PRIVATE COLLECTION
Joos de Momper II (Antwerp 1564-1635) and Jan Breughel II (Antwerp 1601-1678)
An extensive mountainous landscape with figures on a path, a river valley beyond
oil on panel
18 x 29¾ in. (45.5 x 75.5 cm.)
Private collection, Genoa, Italy.
with Galleria Caretto, Turin, by 1986.
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K. Ertz, Josse de Momper der Jüngerer, Freren, 1986, pp. 160 and 540, no. 256, fig. 152, as 'Josse de Momper II and Jan Breughel I'.
Genoa, 1947, no. 31, as 'Frans de Momper'.
This lot is accompanied by a copy of a certificate from Dr. Klaus Ertz (dated 10 March 2000) confirming the attribution to Joos de Momper II and stating that the figures are painted by Jan Breughel I.
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