14 April 2016
PROPERTY OF A PRIVATE FLORIDA COLLECTOR
Sebastiaen Vrancx (Antwerp 1573-1647)
A village landscape with travelers in a horse-drawn carriage on a path
signed in monogram 'SV' ('SV' linked, lower center, on the wagon)
oil on panel, stamped on the reverse with the hands of the city of Antwerp
19¼ x 30½ in. (48.9 x 77.5 cm.)
with H. Terry-Engell Gallery, London, 1964.
Anonymous sale; Christie's, New York, 19 May 1993, lot 57, where acquired by the present owner.
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