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The Thin Kitchen

Inscription

in plate, within image, upper left: H. Cock ex; lower left: brueghel inue 1563; in lower margin, left: Ou Maigre-os le pot mouue, est vu pouure Conuiue/Pource, á Grasse-cuisine iray, tant que ie Viue; lower right: Daer magherman die pot roert is een arm ghasterije/dus Loop ick nae de uettre Cuecken met herten blije

Signed

lower center: P/.AVE. [monogram]

Marks

watermark [not identified]; verso, MFA Babcock bequest stamp in purple, with accession number in ink: 2710 [Lugt 207]

Provenance

William Perkins Babcock (1826-1899, Boston and Paris); his bequest to MFA

Credit Line

Bequest of William Perkins Babcock

1563

Catalogue Raisonné

Van Bastelaer 154

Accession Number

B2711

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