A Couple on Horseback next to a Bivouac - so-called ‘Albert Cuyp and his Wife’
Oil painting on panel, A Couple on Horseback next to a Bivouac - so-called ‘Albert Cuyp and his Wife’, Dutch School, mid 19th century. A man on horseback, with a pipe and glass, served by a maid outside a cutler's tent; the man's wife, also mounted, reaches to take his glass; soldiers gambling within the tent, and a lookout man seated on top.
Not recorded at Saltram until 1957; accepted by HM Treasury in part payment of death-duties from the executors of Edmund Robert Parker, 4th Earl of Morley (1877-1951) and transferred to the National Trust in 1957
Saltram, The Morley Collection (accepted in lieu of tax by HM Treasury, and transferred to The National Trust in 1957)
Makers and roles
Dutch School, artist previously catalogued as manner of Anthonie Palamedesz. (Delft 1601 - Amsterdam 1673), artist