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Landscape with a pedestrian on a road by a wood; c.1650
Pen and brown ink with brown and grey wash over black and red chalk, heightened with white; framing lines in pen and brown ink.
Watermark: countermark PR (indistinct, upper centre).
- Production date
- 1650 (circa)
Height: 189 millimetres (arched top)
Width: 281 millimetres (chain lines horizontal, 25mm apart)
- Curator's comments
- Entry from Martin Royalton-Kisch, 'Catalogue of drawings by Rembrandt and his school', 2010, Abraham Furnerius, cat. no.3:
By the same hand as cat. no.1 (Oo,10.125) and attributable to Furnerius on the same grounds. A copy of the drawing is in Dresden (inv. no.C.1353).
 Repr. Freise, Lilienfeld and Wichmann, 1925, no.89 and Exh. Dresden, 2004, p.92, fig.1.
Bürger, 1858, p.141 (Rembrandt, 'magnificent' and may have inspired Hobbema); Dutuit, IV, 1885, p.86 (Rembrandt); London, 1915, no.165, repr. pl.XXVI (anonymous school of Rembrandt; had been attributed to Renesse by Bredius); Amsterdam, 1942, p.83, under no.1 (by Furnerius; compares drawing in Rijksmuseum, inv.1929:35); Exh. Brussels-Rotterdam-Paris-Bern, 1968-9, under no.58 (typical of Furnerius group); Exh. Chicago-Minneapolis-Detroit, 1969-70, under no.178 (by Furnerius); Exh. New York-Paris, 1977-8, p.62, under no.42 (Furnerius; notes copy in Dresden); Sumowski, IV, 1981, no.1039xx, repr. (Furnerius; compares 'Forest Road' in Homans Collection, Cambridge, Mass., Sumowski 1034xx); Exh. Paris-Haarlem, 1997, p.152, under no.67.
- Not on display
- Exhibition history
London, 1956, p.28, no.1 'bis' (anonymous);
1992, BM, Drawings by Rembrandt and his Circle, not in catalogue
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