18 April 1997
THE PROPERTY OF A GENTLEMAN
Anthonie Waterloo (c. 1609-1690)
A wooded Landscape with a Swineherd on a Track
oil on canvas
22 5/8 x 25 5/8in. (57.3 x 65cm.)
Francis Egerton, 3rd and last Duke of Bridgewater (1736-1803), Cleveland House (later Bridgewater House), London.
His nephew, Lord Gower, later 2nd Marquess of Stafford and 1st Duke of Sutherland (1758-1833).
His second son, Lord Francis Leveson-Gower, who changed his name to Egerton and was created 1st Earl of Ellesmere in 1846; Trustees of the Ellesmere 1939 Settlement; Christie's, 8 July 1983, lot 10 (£11,000)
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J. Young, Catalogue of Pictures of the Marquess of Stafford at Cleveland House, London, 1825, II, p. 200, no. 275, pl. C.
Catalogue of the Bridgewater Collection of Pictures, London, 1851, p. 35, no. 225.
We are grateful to Mr. Willem van de Watering for confirming the attribution from a transparency.
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