A Farrier's Shop
attributed to Philips Wouwerman (Haarlem 1619 - Haarlem 1688)
Oil painting on canvas, A Farrier's Shop, attributed to Philips Wouverman (Haarlem 1619 - Haarlem 1668). A landscape with tumble-down buildings at the left, where a white horse is being shod outside a farrier's; a number of onlookers including children, poultry in the foreground, expansive blue cloudy sky.
John Knight Sale, Christie's, 23 March 1819, lot 102; bought by Sir T. Hesketh (in Tatton Ms Catalogue as bought by Wilbraham Egerton); bequeathed by Maurice Egerton, 4th Baron Egerton of Tatton (1874 - 1958) to the National Trust with the house, gardens and contents of Tatton Park
Makers and roles
attributed to Philips Wouwerman (Haarlem 1619 - Haarlem 1688), artist
Smith 1829-42 John Smith, A Catalogue Raisonné of the Works of the Most Eminent Dutch, Flemish, and French Painters, 8 vols and supplement, London, 1829-42, Catalogue Raisonné, 1829, I, no.292