London, South Kensington
12 December 2003
Dutch School, 17th Century
A bridge spanning a gorge, a fortified tower at each end
with inscription 'P Breughel' (verso)
pen and brown ink, brown wash, pen and black ink framing lines, watermark foolscap
7½ x 12 in. (193 x 304 mm.)
Dr Joseph Dacre Carlyle (1759-1804).
By descent to the late Sir Fitzroy McLean, Bt.
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