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Two cows seen from behind; one is standing in front of a crude sort of fence near a cottage, the other is resting; there are two figures in the distance (one on horseback) and a village on the horizon; after Paulus Potter
- Height: 104 millimetres
- Width: 147 millimetres
Inscription ContentNumbered "8" at lower right
For information on the volume see 1997,0928.14.1
This series of seven etchings of cattle are reverse copies of Paulus Potter's series, Het Bullenboekje, published in 1650 by Frederick de Wit; see Sheepshanks albums, nos. 538-554
Prints & Drawings
Two cows seen from behind; one is standing in front of a crude sort of fence near a cottage, the other is resting; there are two figures in the distance (one on horseback) and a village on the horizon Etching
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Object reference number: PPA260295
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