Pen and brown ink, with brush and gray wash, over traces of black chalk, on ivory laid paper; verso, slight sketches of leaves in pen and brown ink
Inscribed recto, lower left, in pen and brown ink: "3099"
20.4 × 29 cm (8 1/16 × 11 7/16 in.)
Olivia Shaler Swan Fund
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Walther Bernt, Die Niederländischen Zeichner des 17. Jahrhunderts, 2 vols (Munich: F. Bruckmann, 1957), I: n.p., no 106 (ill.).
Stockholm, Nationalmuseum, Dutch and Flemish Drawings in the Nationalmuseum and other Swedish Collections, 1953, p. 59, cat. no. 182.
Laren, Singer Museum, Oude tekeningen uit de Nederlanden, verzameling Prof. E. Perman, Stockholm, 9 June–16 September 1962, p. 9, cat. no. 18.
The Art Institute of Chicago, “Rubens, Rembrandt, and Drawing in the Golden Age”, September 28, 2019 - January 5, 2020, pp. 246, 249 (ill.), 290, cat. 93, cat. by Victoria Sancho Lobis, et. al.
Antoine-Joseph Dezallier D’Argenville Paris (1680–1765) [inscription (Lugt 2951), recto, lower left, in pen and black ink]. E. Calando (died 1899), Paris [stamp (Lugt 837), recto, lower left, in black]; by descent; sold, Paris, Mar. 17–18, 1927, lot 25. Louis Deglatigny (1854–1936), Rouen [stamp (Lugt 1768a), recto, lower left, in red]. Prof. Einar Perman (1893–1976), Stockholm; by descent to this son Dr. Einar Perman; sold through Robert Light and Co., Santa Barbara, Cal., to the Art Institute of Chicago, 1983.
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