Stamp on the reverse identifies the painting as formerly in the collection of the City of Willen, North Germany.
Moucheron, Isaac de, E. Benezit, 1976
Wyntrack, Dirck, E. Benezit, 1976
Birds, ducks and ornamental fowl in a capriccio landscape of classical ruins, statues and fountains. Oil on canvas in an 18th century giltwood frame.
Isaac de Moucheron (Amsterdam 1667- 1744) was a painter, engraver and draughtsman of landscapes. He was the son and pupil of Frederic de Moucheron. He went to Italy to study in 1694, returning from Rome in 1697. He settled in Amsterdam, where he executed large decorative paintings inspired by his Italian drawings, and added landscapes to the paintings of Jakob de Wit and N. Verkolje. He was influenced by the works of Claude Lorraine and Gaspard Dughet, known as Guaspre, and his lanscapes were greatly inspired by his time spent in Italy.
Dirck Wyntrack, was a dutch painter, was born c.1615 in Drenthe and died in 1678 in The Hague. He was known for his paintings of interiors with figures, animals, birds, farmyard scenes, landscapes and still-lifes.
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British and European paintings and sculpture from the 16th To 19th century