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Landscape with a Hawking Party c.1620
CRE UDEN, Lucan van; (Flemish; c.1595-1672/3)
oil on panel
23.2 x 40.3
39.0 x 56.0; french Louis XV carved and gilded rococo frame with pierced and swept corners.
From the founder, William Hunter's collection. The building in the distance is the Château at Tervuren in the forest of Soignes, south-east of Brussels. The rulers of Flanders, the Archduke Albert and Archduchess Isabella, used it as a hunting lodge, explaining its frequent representations by Rubens (1577-1640) and artists of his circle. The painting is in a fine, early 18th-century French frame.
Bequeathed by Dr William Hunter, 1783
LANDSCAPE : SPORT : BUILDING : FIGURE : BIRD : HUNTER 2007 : BELGIUM : HUNTER : STRANGE : NIRP2005 : NIRP2005 :