Landscape with a coach on a road before cottages at l, after Philips Koninck; a windmill and buildings amongst trees beyond Pen and black ink, with grey wash, on Oriental paper


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Department: Prints & Drawings

Registration number: 1868,0822.7560

Bibliographic reference
Hind 1915-31 176 (as School of Rembrandt)
White & Boon 1969 215 (copy undescribed)
Hind 1923 325 (copy undescribed)
Hollstein 4 (Koninck; copy undescribed)
Royalton-Kisch 2010 Koninck.P.20

Dutch Roy XVIIc

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Object types
drawing (scope note | all objects)

paper (all objects)
drawn (scope note | all objects)
Production person
After Philips Koninck (biographical details | all objects)
Formerly attributed to Rembrandt (school of) (biographical details | all objects)
1700-1750 (perhaps, circa)
Schools /Styles
Dutch (scope note | all objects)

Landscape with a coach; before cottages at left, a windmill and buildings amongst trees beyond
Pen and black ink with brown and grey wash on pale grey oriental paper; framing lines in pen and black ink
Verso: see Inscriptions
No watermark

Inscription Content: Inscribed in pen and brown ink, lower right, a small, indecipherable number or paraphe; verso, upper right, in graphite: ‘2/c’; centre: ‘62’; lower right: ‘From a drawing of Hollar in the collec [cut away]’. The latter inscription must have been trimmed since Hind inspected the drawing for his catalogue (London, 1915 - see Lit. under Comment), recording the inscription as reading ‘From a drawing of Hollar in the collection at Windsor’. As he noted, no such drawing is known in the Royal Library.

Falsely stamped 1868-8-8-7560.

Height: 82 millimetres (oriental paper - has no chain lines)
Width: 195 millimetres

Generally good; a near-vertical crease at top (left of centre) and surface dirt at upper and lower right.

Curator's comments
For the etching by Koninck see also F,5.172.

Erroneously stamped on verso as 1868,0808.7560 (the no.given in Hind).

Entry from Martin Royalton-Kisch, 'Catalogue of drawings by Rembrandt and his school', 2010, after Philips Koninck, cat. no.20:
Like cat. no.19 (F,5.173) this appears to be an eighteenth-century copy after Koninck's etching (Hollstein 4).
London, 1915, no.176 (copy after anonymous etching; see also note under Inscription).

landscape (all objects)

Acquisition date

Acquisition name
Bequeathed by Felix Slade (biographical details | all objects)

Exhibition History
No exhibitions recorded.

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