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Follower of David Teniers the Younger: 'An Old Woman peeling Pears'

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To the right of the woman is a greyhound, and to the left objects that include earthenware and brass pots and cauliflowers. The furniture in the background recurs in Teniers's 'An Old Peasant caresses a Kitchen Maid in a Stable'.

'An Old Woman peeling Pears' was probably inspired by Teniers's style of the 1640s. It is reminiscent of a work by the artist's brother, Juliaen Teniers the Younger, in Copenhagen.

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