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Roghman, Roelant (attributed to)
Mountainous Landscape with Hunters
2nd half of the 17th cnetury

Probably composed from imagination, this landscape blends rugged terrain with a distant panorama reminiscent of Philips Koninck. As travellers descend the slope, mist rising between the mountaintops lends a touch of drama. Roelant Roghman might have observed such weather effects on his own travels through Germany, France and Italy. Like Koninck, he belonged to Rembrandt’s social network in Amsterdam.

 
Roghman, Roelant (attributed to)
Amsterdam, Netherlands 1627–Amsterdam, Netherlands 1692
Mountainous Landscape with Hunters
2nd half of the 17th cnetury
Oil on canvas
height / width: 45.70 x 63.50 cm; 17.99 x 25.00 in.
Gift of Alfred and Isabel Bader, 1991
34-020.09

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