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49

Attributed to Roelant Roghman

Landscape with a road leading to a village

Estimate:

1,500 to - 2,000 GBP

Attributed to Roelant Roghman

Attributed to Roelant Roghman

Landscape with a road leading to a village

Landscape with a road leading to a village

Estimate:

1,500 to - 2,000 GBP

Roelant Roghman

Amsterdam 1627 - 1692

Landscape with a road leading to a village


Black chalk and grey wash

unframed: 225 by 328 mm

framed: 440 by 585 mm

Hinged to the mount at the upper margin. Overall in fairly good condition. Light staining at the four corners of the sheet. Slight wrinkling of the paper. A small crease at the lower margin. Chalk and wash still strong. Sold unframed.


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Sir J. C. Robinson;
possibly his sale, London, Christie's, 12-14 May, 1902 (as Gainsborough);
Henry S. Reitlinger;
his sale, London, Sotheby's, 9 December 1953, lot 746 (as Anthonie Waterloo),
where acquired by Michael Ingram (bears his collector's mark, not in Lugt),
by whose executors sold, London, Sotheby's, The Ingram Collection: Drawings and Watercolours from the Collection of the Late Michael Ingram, 8 December 2005, lot 72