5 December 2006
Lucas van Uden (Antwerp 1595-1672/3)
A wooded landscape with houses on a track
with inscription 'Van uden.' on the mount
black chalk, pen and brown ink, blue and green wash, black chalk framing lines, watermark Cross of Lorraine
6¾ x 11 7/8 in. (171 x 303 mm.)
T. Kerrich (L. 1568), his mount (?) with number '37' and inscription 'M.C.C. 1767'.
Anonymous sale; Sotheby's, 6 July 1921, part of lot 222 (£4.10s. to Oppé, with another drawing by the same hand).
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A drawing in the same medium, and of very similar size and composition, was sold at Sotheby's, Amsterdam, 6 November 2001, lot 32.
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