19 April 2007
Joost Cornelisz. Droochsloot Utrecht 1586-1666
A village meeting with figures gathered in the street
signed and dated 'Joost. Cornels. DroochSloot F. 1624' (above the door, center left)
oil on panel
19½ x 26¾ in. 49.6 x 68 cm.
with Galerie Leo Schidlof, Paris, from where purchased by the father of the present owner on 1 August 1931.
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Please note that the estimate for the present lot should read $15,000-20,000.
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