A Village Kermesse
Salomon Rombouts (Haarlem c.1652 – c.1702)
Oil painting on canvas, A Village Kermesse, by Salomon Rombouts (Haarlem c.1652 – c.1702).
Acquired by Sir Rowland Winn, 5th Baronet in the 18th century and hung in the Blue Dressing Room (present Little Dining Room); framed in one of the 41 frames made by Thomas Chippendale for Lady Winn's Blue Dressing Room in 1767; probably the painting listed as ‘A Dutch Fair with Mountebanks, Variety of Figures, Landscape &c - Michaw' [sic] in the ‘Blue Dressing Room' in the 1818 inventory; purchased by the National Trust by private treaty sale from Lord St Oswald in 2010
Nostell Priory, The St Oswald Collection (National Trust)
Makers and roles
Salomon Rombouts (Haarlem c.1652 – c.1702), artist Joost Cornelis Droochsloot (Utrecht 1586 – Utrecht 1666), artist Theobald Michau (Tournai 1676- Antwerp 1765), artist
Brockwell 1915 Maurice Walter Brockwell, Catalogue of the Pictures and Other Works of Art in the Collection of Lord St Oswald at Nostell Priory, London 1915, cat. 273