Allart van Everdingen

Allart van Everdingen
1621-1675
Pine Forest with Fallen Trees in a Steep, Rocky Landscape
Black chalk, pen and brown ink, gray, brown, and blue-gray wash, on paper; framing line in brown ink.
17 1/16 x 22 1/16 inches (434 x 559 mm)
Purchase.
1989.1
Inscription: 

Inscribed on the verso, in graphite, at lower left, "Een f 2780 n/5..."; at lower right center, "9543 ["9543" in superscript] / DTT ["DTT" in subscript]"; at lower right, "14787"; and below this, "130".

Provenance: 
Dr. F. Miller; sale, Amsterdam, Sotheby's, 26 November 1984, lot 65; private collection, New York; acquired from Richard Day Ltd., London.
Bibliography: 

Jane Shoaf Turner, with contributions by Felice Stampfle, Dutch Drawings in the Pierpont Morgan Library: Seventeenth to Nineteenth Centuries, New York, 2006, cat. no. 78.

Notes: 

Watermark: none.
Formerly attributed to Roelant Savery, 1576-1639.
Alice Davies (letter, Sept. 16, 2004) rejects the attribution to Everdingen in favor of Antonie Waterloo.

Associated names: 

Savery, Roelant, 1576-1639, Formerly attributed to.
Waterloo, Anthonie, 1610-1690, Possible attribution.
Miller, F., former owner.

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