11 November 1996
Dutch School, early 17th Century
An old Man in a Hat, bust length
grey and black chalk, watermark vase with flowers and BL, black chalk framing lines, a small made up loss upper right
207 x 174mm.
F. Abbot (L. 970).
A. Tardieu (L.183b)
Nicos Dhikeos (his mark, not in Lugt).
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Traditionally attributed to Jan Lievens.
An attribution to Claes Moeyaert (1592/3-1655) has been suggested.
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