25 January 2005
Jan Swart van Gronigen (Groningen circa 1500-circa 1560 Antwerp)
The Arch at the Philistines (1 Samuel 4-6)
with inscription 'Barensteen' on the mount
black chalk, pen and grey ink, pen and brown ink framing lines, small tears
10 1/8 x 7½ in. (256 x 192 mm.)
Kaïeman collection, according to an inscription 'Barensteen Coll Kaieman' (verso).
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