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Landscape with trees and figures near a lake; one figure is seated. Perhaps c.1670
Pen and brown ink, with brown and grey wash, heightened with white.
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Height: 173 millimetres (chain lines vertical, distance apart unclear)
Width: 314 millimetres
- Curator's comments
- Entry from Martin Royalton-Kisch, 'Catalogue of drawings by Rembrandt and his school', 2010, attributed to Philips Koninck, cat. no.15:
Although related in style to works by Abraham Furnerius (qv, see in particular cat. no.4; Oo,10.126), the drawing should be given to his brother-in-law Philips Koninck on the basis of a comparison with the latter's 'Forest Scene with two Figures' in Haarlem (Teylers Museum, Sumowski 1364), which is inscribed in chalk on the verso with Koninck's name by an early hand. The quality of the penwork is marginally more decorative than Furnerius', and the recession handled in a more truncated fashion.
 As first suggested by Gerson, 1936 (see Lit. below); Plomp, in Haarlem, 1997, under no.231, suggests that the inscription is probably an autograph signature.
London, 1915, no.167, repr. pl.XXVI (anonymous Rembrandt school; like Furnerius cat. no.4, reminiscent of Doomer; Furnerius has been suggested; formerly given to A. van der Neer); Gerson, 1936, pp.67 and 78, no.Z.59, repr. (late work by P. Koninck; compares drawing in Teylers Museum [Sumowski 1364]); Amsterdam, 1942, p.83, under no.1 (not convincing as Furnerius); Sumowski, VI, 1982, no.1512x, repr. (as Gerson, 1936); Haarlem, 1997, under no.231.
- Not on display
- Exhibition history
No exhibitions recorded.
- A little rubbed.
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