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Black chalk, with brush and gray wash, on ivory laid paper
Signed and dated, recto, lower right, in black chalk: "VG 1633"; inscribed, verso, lower left, in graphite: "F wu"; "V. Goyen/361"
11.6 × 20.4 cm (4 5/8 × 8 1/16 in.)
Bequest of Everett D. Graff
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Hans-Ulrich Beck, Jan van Goyen, 1596-1656 (Amsterdam, 1972), 1:130, no. 374 (ill.).
Rudolph Weigel, Leipzig, by 1841 [Beck 1972]; J.A.G. Weigel (19th century), Leipzig; sold, Gutekunst, Stuttgart, May 15, 1883, lot 381 to Edward Habich (1818–1901), Kassel; sold, Gutekunst, Stuttgart, April 27, 1899, lot. 318, to Artaria. Fürst von Liechtenstein, Vaduz, Liechtenstein, until 1945. Leopold Ruzicka (1887–1976), Zürich, Switzerland [Beck 1972]. Bequeathed by Everett D. Graff (1885–1964), Winnetka, Ill. to the Art Institute of Chicago, 1965.
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