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View in Holland from near Graft, looking east towards the Zuiderzee, with Edam in the distance; viewed from a height, a church amid trees in the mid-distance
Pen and brown ink, with watercolour, touched with bodycolour
Watermark: Arms of Amsterdam (fragment; resembles E. Hinterding, 'Rembrandt as an Etcher', 2006, variant A.c., repr. p.16; compare also J. Giltaij, 'Drawings by Rembrandt and his School in the Museum Boymans-van Beuningen', Rotterdam, 1988, no.100).
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Height: 98 millimetres
Width: 308 millimetres
- Curator's comments
- Acquired as by Philips Koninck and moved to Gillis Neyts in 1997 (attribution suggested by Martin Royalton-Kisch) although it is not included in P. Gustot, "Gillis Neyts, Un paysagiste Brabançon en vallée Mosane au XVIIe siècle", Namur, 2008.
The watermark resembles that in a drawing attributed to Johannes Lepenius in Rotterdam.
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