Landscape with Figures and Horses in the Foreground
Flanders (Artist's nationality:)
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Signed recto, lower right, in pen and brown ink: "g.nyts.f."; verso, upper left, in graphite: “59572"; lower left, in graphite: “G. Nyts”
14.1 × 10.6 cm (5 9/16 × 4 3/16 in.)
Purchased with funds provided by Julius Lewis
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Pierre Gustot, Gillis Neyts: Un paysagiste Brabançon en vallée Mosane au XVIIe siècle (Namur: Musée des arts anciens du Namurois, 2008), D88, p. 176.
The Art Institute of Chicago, “Rubens, Rembrandt, and Drawing in the Golden Age”, September 28, 2019 - January 5, 2020, pp. 29 (ill.), 30, 306, 334, cat. 4, cat. by Victoria Sancho Lobis, et. al.
Dr. Edward Peart (1756 or 58–1824), London and Butterwick [inscribed (Lugt 892), recto, lower left, in black]. Probably Dr. Curt Otto (1880–1929), Leipzig; sold, Boerner, Leipzig, Nov. 7, 1929, lot 107. Sold, Sotheby’s 14 November 1988, lot 26. Sold by Bob P. Haboldt, New York, to the Art Institute of Chicago, 1989.
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