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File:Stadsgezicht Rotterdam 1660.jpg




Formerly attributed to Pieter de Hooch
Formerly attributed to Ludolf de Jongh
Title A view of Rotterdam with the Tower of St. Lawrence' Church.
Date circa 1660
Medium oil on panel
Dimensions Height: 92.4 cm (36.4 in). Width: 111 cm (43.7 in).
room 10
Accession number 1376 (OK)
Object history

by 1946: Dr. Abraham Bredius (1855-1946), The Hague (?)

before 1983: lent to the Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen, Rotterdam, by the estate of Dr. Abraham Bredius, The Hague (Mr. Joseph Kroning?)

Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen collection online, as Anonymous, View of Rotterdam, circa 1660, 92.4 × 111 cm (36.4 × 43.7 in).

RKDimages, Art-work number 22012, as Ludolf de Jongh, Stadsgezicht van Rotterdam, met op de achtergrond de toren van de St. Laurenskerk, 93 × 111 cm (36.6 × 43.7 in).
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