17th century Flemish and Dutch paintings

Pesne, Va de
Unidentified Dutch painter
Active during the first half of the 17th century
Portrait of a fashionably dressed boy holding a spear, with a dog
Oil on panel : 108,6 X 69,7 cm
Signed and dated upper right “PINCS VA de pesne./ w.p… uc… -p.dm. 1621”
(“PINCS” stands for “pinxit”, which is Latin for “painted”)
Frame : 130,7 X 92,9 cm
Provenance: with Agnew’s in London in 1921, as by Daniel Mytens, ‘Portrait of Joannes van de Perre’ 

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