Jacob van Ruisdael

Waterfall with a Steep Hill and Cottages



Jacob van Ruisdael - Waterfall with a Steep Hill and Cottages

Literature

HdG 252
Slive 278


Provenance

Sale Henry Croese Ez (1762-1838), v.d. Schley, Amsterdam, 18 September 1811, nr. 74
J. Campbell, London, 1831
bought by John Smith and sold to Héris of Brussels
Baron J.G. Verstolk van Soelen, The Hague, by 1835
Verstolk's pictures were sold after his death in 1846, one was acquired by the King of Holland and the remaining ninety-nine were divided between four purchasers, Thomas Baring, Hunmphrey St. John Mildmay, S. Jones Loyd and Chaplin through whom the purchase was made. the present picture was acquired by Loyd (later Lord Overstone)
by descent to his daughter, Lady Wantage, London
private collection, Scotland
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Jacob van Ruisdael Wooded Valley with a Stream in Spate and a High Norway Spruce
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Jacob van Ruisdael Waterfall in a Wooded Landscape
Waterfall in a Wooded Landscape

Jacob van Ruisdael View of Bentheim Castle
View of Bentheim Castle

Jacob van Ruisdael Three Water Mills with Washerwomen at the Foot of a High Hill
Three Water Mills with Washerwomen at the Foot of a High Hill

Jacob van Ruisdael
Waterfall with a Steep Hill and Cottages
106.7 x 150.5 cm
Oil on canvas
Private collection, Scotland