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Abraham Beerstraten
(1643 – Amsterdam – 1670s)

“Winter in Wognum, north of Amsterdam, with skaters on the frozen river in front of the Church”

Oil on canvas
91 x 126,5 cm
signed and inscribed "Woogg-lum by Hoorn" (nowadays this village is called Wognum)
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Notes

For the identification of the painter Abraham, son of Johannes Abrahamsz (1622), see G. van der Most, ‘Beerstraten, Kunstschilders uit de 17e eeuw’, Bert Post, Noorden, 2003. This painting was once reproduced as an egraving by Zentener (see J.B.P.Lebrun, ‘Gallerie des Peintres Flamands, Hollandais et Allemands’, Paris 1792 & 1796). In the late 14th century Wognum, grown rich through the fishing ‘industry’, received city rights, albeit only for a few decades.

Provenance
with Leger Galleries, London;
with Rafaël Valls Gallery, London, 2001;

Literature

Christel Leenen, Nelly de Zwaan, “Nederland uit de Kunst, 365 dagen kijken en lezen”, Warnsveld 2006, Terra Lannoo BV, with ill.

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