1 April 2008
Klaes Molenaer (Haarlem 1610-1676)
Family portrait in a wooded river landscape
oil on panel
49.7 x 69.4 cm.
Nicolaus Baranowsky; Artaria, Vienna, 15 March 1855, lot 104, where acquired by Prince Alois II of Liechtenstein, 1855.
Schloss Feldsberg, Valtice, before 1888.
Schloss Moosham, Salzburg, 1944.
Schloss Vaduz, Liechtenstein, 1945.
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J. Falke, Katalog der fürstlich Liechtensteinischen Bilder-Galerie im Gartenpalais der Rossau zu Wien, Vienna, 1873, pp. 162-3, no. 1419.
A. von Wurzbach, Niederländisches Künstler-Lexikon, Vienna-Leipzig, 1910, II, p. 176.
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Please note that the figures are possibly by Jan Miense Molenaer (1610-1668).
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