16 November 2006
Jan Coelenbier (Kortrijk 1610-1680 Haarlem)
A river landscape with peasants fishing near an inn
signed and indistinctly dated 'J. Coelenbier 164.' (lower right)
oil on panel, oval
38.7 x 52.8 cm.
with J.O. Leegenhoek, Paris (together with a pendant).
Anonymous sale; Sotheby's, New York, 12 January 1989, lot 54.
Anonymous sale; Sotheby's, London, 5 July 1989, lot 211.
Anonymous sale; Hotel George V, Paris, 28 June 1994, lot 31.
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H.-U. Beck, Jan van Goyen: Künstler um Jan van Goyen, Doornspijk, 1991, IV, pp. 56-7, no. 86, illustrated.
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