22 - 23 September 2009
Ludolf de Jongh (Overschie 1616-1679 Hillegersberg) and Nicolaes Pietersz. Berchem (Haarlem 1620-1683 Amsterdam)
A huntsman and his hound in a wooded landscape
signed 'Berchem' (lower right)
oil on panel
63.5 x 52.1 cm.
In a late 18th Century giltwood frame
Charles Alfred Worsley Pelham, 4th Earl of Yarborough (1859-1936), by 1887 (according to an old label on the reverse).
Anonymous sale; Sotheby's, London, 9 June 1982, lot 125, as 'Ludolf de Jongh'.
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G.F. Waagen, Galleries and Cabinets of Art in Great Britain: being an account of the chief collections of paintings, drawings, sculptures, illuminated mss, London 1857, p. 69, as 'Nicolas Berghem'.
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