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Landscape with an Avenue of Trees

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Provenance

By 1696, Evrard Jabach, Cologne, Germany, Paris, France (patron of Rubens, died 1695, in 1696 inventory). Possibly by 1933, Clarkson Wallis, Clifton Lodge, Dyce Rose, Brighton, England [see note 1]. Possibly Koetser, London. By 1940, Arnold Seligmann, Rey & Co., New York [see note 2]; 1943, sold by Seligmann to MFA for $11,000. (Accession Date: December 9, 1943) NOTES: [1] according to letter of March 14, 1944 from Paul M. Byke of Seligmann in curatorial file. [2] according to letter of October 9 , 1942 from Byke in curatorial file.

Credit Line

Ernest Wadsworth Longfellow Fund

Dimensions

55.9 x 71.8 cm (22 x 28 1/4 in.)

Accession Number

43.1332

Medium or Technique

Oil on paper mounted on panel

Collections

Europe

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