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Man Leading a Horse by a Pond in a Stormy, Wooded Landscape

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Department of Drawings Van den Brande collection Middelburg [1] by descent; to E. C. Baron van Pallandt Haarlem sold; [through Mak van Waay Amsterdam September 26 1972 lot 359]; to Adolph Schwartz Amsterdam sold; [through Robert M. Light Santa Barbara]; to Maida and George Abrams Boston 1991 (L. 3306); The Maida and George Abrams Collection Gift of George Abrams in memory of Milton Gwirtzman Harvard Class of 1954 2011.518. Notes [1] It is not clear whether Pieter van den Brande (167?-1718) and/or his son Johan Pieter van den Brande I (1707-1758) formed the collection that descended to Baron van Pallandt (sale 1972). See Charles Dumas and Robert-Jan te Rijdt "Kleur en Raffinement: Tekeningen uit de unicorno collectie " Zwolle 1994 pp. 90-91. The Maida and George Abrams Collection Fogg Art Museum Harvard University Cambridge Massachusetts Gift of George Abrams in memory of Milton Gwirtzman Harvard Class of 1954
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