16 November 2006
Jacob van der Croos (Amsterdam 1654-1683/99)
A wooded landscape with figures in the foreground and the city of Leiden in the distance
oil on panel, unframed
45.4 x 58.8 cm.
with B.O. Miethke, Vienna (according to a label on reverse).
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For a similar composition with a view of Leiden by Jacob van der Croos, see H.-U. Beck, Jan van Goyen: Künstler um Jan van Goyen, Doornspijk, 1991, IV, p. 120, no. 307.
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