New York, East
19 October 2000
PROPERTY OF THE DETROIT INSTITUTE OF ARTS, SOLD TO BENEFIT THE ACQUISITIONS FUND*
After Meindert Hobbema
A wooded river landscape with a man on horseback and a dog on the bank
oil on canvas
24¾ x 33¾ in. (63 x 85.8 cm.)
with Henry Reinhardt, New York, 1927.
Mr. and Mrs. Edgar B. Whitcomb by whom given to the Institute in 1953.
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The original, on panel, signed and date 1667 is in the J. Paul Getty Museum (see G. Broulhiet, eindert Hobbema, Paris, 1938, p. 404, no. 204). Georges Broulhiet confuses the early provenance of the Getty/Swaythling picture with the present one.
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