8 July 2008
Circle of Jan Dirksz. Both (Utrecht 1618-1652)
An extensive landscape with a peasant family crossing a bridge
with inscription 'J. Both'
black chalk, pen and brown and black ink, brown and grey wash, watermark foolscap, pen and grey ink framing lines
7¾ x 11½ in. (197 x 293 mm.)
Colonel H.A. Clowes, and by descent to the present owner.
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