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Andries Both


Andries Both

Utrecht, ca. 1608/12 – Venice, 1642


A Village Scene Peasants and Pilgrims singing,

An Allegory on the Sense of Hearing


Signed ‘ABoth’ (AB in ligature), lower left
Oil on panel
H. 42,5 cm. W. 32 cm.


PROVENANCE
Private collection, Sweden;
Anonymous sale, Sotheby’s, Amsterdam, 5 November 2002, lot nr. 220 (as by Andries Both, together with a pendant The Sense of Smell);
Anonymous sale, Sotheby’s, London, 10 July 2008, lot nr. 205 (as by Andries Both, together with a pendant The Sense of Smell;
Private collection;
Anonymous sale, Uppsala Auktionskammare, Uppsala, 13 June 2013, lot nr. 634 (as attributed to Andries Both, the pendant The Sense of Smell was offered as lot nr. 633;
Private collection


REFERENCE LITERATURE
Hind, A.M. (1926). Catalogue of Drawings by Dutch and Flemish Artists. Vol. III, London, p. 46, cat. nr. 3;
Jongh, E. ee & Luyten, G. (1997). Spiegel van Alledag. Nederlandse genreprenten 1550-1700. Amsterdam: Rijksmuseum, pp. 241-246, cat. nr. 48, with ills.);
Waddingham, M.R. (1964). Andries and Jan Both in France and Italy. Milano: Rizzoli, p. 19, p. 40, note 22, ill. 22 


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