Jan van der Vinne

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Jan van der Vinne
Two Horsemen and their Dogs Passing a Wayfarer Seated beside a Stream
Pen and brown ink with gray wash, on paper; five framing lines in brown ink, one pair filled in with gray wash.
6 1/8 x 9 inches (155 x 229 mm)
Purchased by Pierpont Morgan (1837-1913) in 1909.
III, 235a

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On same mat as III, 235.


Signed at lower right, in brown ink, "Jan ven der Vinne fecit". Inscribed on the verso, in the lower left corner, in an older hand, in brown ink, "F"; at center, in graphite, "2 18" ["2" in superscript; "18" in subscript]; at right center, in graphite, "S 940 2(encircled)" ["S" in superscript; "940" in subscript; "2" in superscript]; below right, in graphite, "33"; and at lower right corner, also in graphite, "8076 2" ["2" in superscript].
Watermark: Arms of Amsterdam on a platform (similar to Heawood, no. 415: Nijmegen, 1725), small cross and orb on top of crown, large fragment, bottom lost.

Charles Fairfax Murray (1849-1919), London and Florence; from whom purchased through Galerie Alexandre Imbert, Rome, in 1909 by Pierpont Morgan (1837-1913), New York (no mark; see Lugt 1509); his son, J.P. Morgan, Jr. (1867-1943), New York.
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Murray, Charles Fairfax, 1849-1919, former owner.
Morgan, J. Pierpont (John Pierpont), 1837-1913, former owner.

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