oil on canvas unframed: 80.7 x 61 cm.; 31 ¾ x 24 in. framed: 109.5 x 89 cm.; 43 1/8 x 35 in.
There are two known versions of this subject. This is a reduced variant of Ochtervelt's signed and dated canvas from 1669, today in the Hermitage museum.
Provenance: Harold Harmsworth, 1st Viscount Rothermere (1868-1940) (Daily Mail founder), London, 1932; His posthumous sale, London, Christie's, 19 December 1941, lot 89 (as Ochtervelt); With Dr. F. Drey, London, before 1946; Gösta Stenman, Stockholm, 1947 (as Ochtervelt); Thence by descent until sold, Stockholm, Stockholms Auktionsverk, 10 December 2019, lot 2476 (as Attributed to Ochtervelt by Cabinet Turquin); Sotheby's London, Sale L20037, Old Master Day Sale, lot 155, (as Workshop of Jacob Ochtervelt)
Literature: P.G. Konody, Works of Art in the Collection of the Viscount Rothermere, London 1932, cat. no. 53, reproduced pl. 53 (as Ochtervelt) (see attached image with text by Wilhelm Bode); G. Stenman, Gamla Tiders Mästare, Stockholm 1947, p. 22, cat. no. 48, reproduced pl. 26 (as Ochtervelt); S.D. Kuretsky, The Paintings of Jacob Ochtervelt (1634-1682), Oxford 1979, p. 76, cat. no. 54-A, reproduced fig. 131.
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