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Prints and Drawings
Artist, possibly by: Paul Bril, Flemish, 1554–1626
Artist, formerly attributed to: Roelandt Savery, Dutch, 1576–1639
Artist, formerly attributed to: Jacob Savery I, Flemish, 1545–1602

Rocky Landscape with Waterfall and Hunters

17th century

Brush and blue ink and blue wash over preliminary drawing in black chalk

sheet: 23.8 × 36.3 cm (9 3/8 × 14 5/16 in.)
Egmont Collection, Yale Library Transfer
1961.62.62
Geography: 
Made in The Netherlands
Culture: 
Dutch or Flemish
Period: 
17th century
Classification: 
Works on Paper - Drawings and Watercolors
Provenance: 

John Percival, first Earl of Egmont (1683-1748); John T. Graves; Robert Hoe (sale New York, Anderson Auction Company, April 15-19, 1912, Library of Robert Hoe, Part III, A-K, no. 949); Yale University Library (Anonymous Donor, 1957)

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