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A Country Festival near Antwerp
After David Teniers the Younger

The city on the horizon is Antwerp. On the rise at the right is a carved and festooned cross, which seems to have a Virgin and Child at the top. The group in the left foreground is traditionally thought to represent Teniers and his family (see 'A View of Het Sterckshof near Antwerp').

This painting is probably a studio replica of a painting of 1646 by Teniers (Woburn Abbey, collection of the Duke of Bedford).

Key facts
Artist After David Teniers the Younger
Artist dates 1610 - 1690
Full title A Country Festival near Antwerp
Date made after 1646
Medium and support Oil on canvas
Dimensions 89.7 x 125 cm
Acquisition credit Wynn Ellis Bequest, 1876
Inventory number NG952
Location in Gallery Not on display
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