About this artwork
Aelbert Cuyp was renowned for river landscapes such as this view of Dordrecht, characterized by a breadth, delicacy, and simplicity of execution.
- Aelbert Cuyp
- View of IJsselmonde Seen Across the New Maas
- Brush and black and yellow ochre watercolors, over black chalk, on ivory laid paper
- Inscribed verso, lower left, in graphite: "£*"; lower left, in graphite: "£106"; center, in blue pencil: "405" (in circle); lower right, in graphite: "tor—" (partially erased)
- 145 x 190 mm
- Worcester Sketch Fund