- about 1962
Childs Gallery (Boston, Massachusetts), sold to Oscar Salzer, about 1962.
about 1962 - 1969
Oscar Salzer (Los Angeles, California), sold to the J. Paul Getty Museum, 1969.
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Mountain Landscape with River and Wagon
third quarter of 17th century
Oil on panel
69.9 × 60.3 cm (27 1/2 × 23 3/4 in.)
The contrasting textures and subtly modulated hues of this warm, sunny mountain valley; the high-rising rocks and trees that form a strong vertical element; and the picturesque buildings in the
A landscape specialist, Herman Nauwincx usually collaborated with a figure painter, in this case Willem Schellinks, who adapted himself easily to the style of Italianate artists such as Nauwincx. Both artists were active in Amsterdam, where this poetic panel was probably painted. The subject of a wooded mountain landscape with water in the
Blankert, Albert, and Alexander Nystad. "Herman Nauwincx als schilder en tekenaar." Tableau, no. 5. (April-May 1979), pp. 50, 53, no. 7.
Sutton, Peter C. A Guide to Dutch Art in America (Grand Rapids: Wm. B. Eerdmans, 1986), p. 145.