A Mountainous Landscape

This painting was traditionally thought to be by Rembrandt, and then until 1960 was attributed to Segers. It is now considered to be the work of an imitator of Segers's etchings. There are two or three other paintings by the same hand as this work, for example a 'Mountainous Landscape' (The Hague, Museum Bredius).

Key facts

Artist dates
1589/90 - 1633 or later
Full title
A Mountainous Landscape
Date made
early 17th century
Medium and support
Oil on oak
57.8 x 82.2 cm
Acquisition credit
Bought, 1928
Inventory number
Location in Gallery