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ID number:  BIRBI-36.8
Institution:  The Barber Institute of Fine Arts
Artist / Maker:  Goyen, Jan van (1596-1656)
Title / Object name:  A Village Scene
Object type:  Drawing
Culture:  Dutch
Date made:  1631
Materials:  Black chalk pen and grey wash
Measurements:  Sheet 111 x 186 mm; mount 630 x 518 mm
Provenance:  Perhaps the drawing from the D. Kaieman sale, 2-5 March, 1859; Guichardot sale, Paris, 7- 20 July 1875; Dr A. Sträter (1810-97), mark on reverse; Sträter sale Stuttgart, 10-14 May 1898, lot 1125 bt. Gutekunst, Gutekunst; A. de Ridder, Cronberg, sale Frankfurt 18 February 1932, lot 74; purchased at Sotheby's, 9 December 1936, Lot 47a, for £155 (including Lot 58)

Another drawing by van Goyen of the same subject and date is in the Albertina, Vienna.

Inscriptions / Translations:  Signed and dated I.r.: V G 1631

Notes:  Exhibited: 'The Barber Goes North', Abbot Hall and Art Gallery, Kendal, UK, 15 October 2010 - 15 December 2010

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Goyen, Jan van
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