Oil on canvas
Signed lower left: "R. Brakenburgh."
Richard Brakenburgh was a Dutch painter and pupil of Hendrik Mommers who painted scenes in the manner of Adriaen van Ostade. He is known for italianate landscapes and portraits. The Vienna Gallery has two 'Peasant Scenes' by him, said to have been painted in 1690; the Berlin Museum one, and the Amsterdam Gallery one. In the Brussels Gallery is a 'Children's Feast,' signed and dated 1698; and the Rotterdam Museum has a 'Doctor's Visit,' signed and dated 1696. In Windsor Castle are two good 'Artists' Studios ' by him. He also sometimes practised the art of engraving.
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