11 April 2002
Simon Jacobsz. de Vlieger (Rotterdam c.1600?-1653 Weesp)
A walled town with a windmill on the bank of an estuary with vessels moored beyond
black chalk, blue and light brown wash, watermark foolscap with trefoil below, brown ink framing lines
177 x 301 mm.
H.C. Valkema Blouw (L. 2505); F. Muller, Amsterdam, 3 March 1954, lot 526.
D.G. van Beuningen (L. 758); Christie's, Amsterdam, 16 November 1981, lot 54 (to Dreesmann).
Dr Anton C.R. Dreesmann (inventory no. B-102).
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Notre Dame, Indiana, The Snite Museum of Art, Selections of XVII and XVIII Century Dutch Art from the Collection of Dr A.C.R. Dreesmann, 1982, no. 27.
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