oil on canvas
38.66 in. (98.20 cm.) (height) by 52.56 in. (133.50 cm.) (width)
signed lower right with initials: AK
London, Christie's, Exhibition of Pictures for sale by private treaty in the collection of the Duc de Berry, 1834, no. 6.
Lord Ronald Sutherland Gower, Stafford House, London, 1910, reproduced; H. Mireur, Dictionaire des ventes d'Art, 1911, vol. III, p. 341; C. Hofstede de Groot, Catalogue raisonné.. , vol. VIII, London, 1927, p. 222, no. 876 (with incorrect measurements); H.U. Beck, Jan van Goyen, Doornspijk 1972, vol. II, p. 544; L. J. Bol, The Netherlandish Marine Painters of the 17th Century, Braunschweig 1973, p. 162, fig. 165; Oude Meesters in de Verzameling M.S. Rabbani, Wassenaar 1981, no.5; Old Masters from the Collection of Mahmoud S. Rabbani, Wassenaar 1983, pp. 42-46; H.U. Beck, Kunstler um Jan van Goyen, Doornspijk 1991, p. 217, no. 592, reproduced.
Charles Ferdinand, Duc de Berry (1778-1820); Galerie du Palais de L'Elysée, sold Paris, Paillet, 4-6 April 1837, lot 25 (as by Jan van Goyen with incorrect dimensions) FF. 1,410 to Harris Jones; Cromartie, 4th Duke of Sutherland (1851-1913), Stafford House, London, by 1910; Sold by the Trustees of the above, London, Christie's, 24th November 1961, lot 66 (as Jan van Goyen) 13,000 guineas to Hamilton; Colonel S.J.L. Hardie of Ballathie, Perthshire, his deceased sale, London, Sotheby's, 3 December 1969, lot 74 (as Jan van Goyen but corrected to Kabel); With Hoogsteder, the Hague, by 1973; Mahmoud S. Rabbani, his sale, London, Sotheby's, 11th April 1990, lot 103; Re-offered, London, Sotheby's, 12th December 1990, lot 90, where acquired by the present owners.