10 May 2006
Attributed to Reynier van der Laeck (The Hague c. 1615/20-c. 1647/48)
A wooded dune landscape with a shepherd herding his flock near a pool
oil on panel
32.2 x 60.5 cm.
Anonymous sale; Christie's, London, 29 November 1974, lot 39, as Salomon van Ruysdael.
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The attribution to Reynier van der Laeck, an artist working in the style of Jan van Goyen, or his immediate circle has kindly been suggested by Dr. Hans-Ulrich Beck on the basis of a colour transparency (written communication, 22 February 2006).
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