6 May 2008
Pieter Cornelisz. van Slingelandt (Leiden 1640-1691)
Portrait of a lady, three-quarter-length, in a brown dress and pearl necklace, seated by a table, a girl by her side holding a flower, a park landscape beyond
signed and dated 'PVSlingeland. fecit Ao 1686' (PV linked, centre)
oil on panel
29.2 x 23.7 cm.
Anonymous sale; H.G. Oosterdijk and H. van der Heuvel, Amsterdam, 8 October 1800, lot 75 (150 florins to Yver).
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C. Hofstede de Groot, A Catalogue Raisonné, etc..., London, 1913, V, pp. 469-70, no. 176.
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