The view depicted in the left middle ground of 'The Watering Place' is a slightly altered reduction of the landscape in 'A Shepherd with his Flock in a Woody Landscape'. They were probably executed about the same time, around 1615-22.Gainsborough paid homage to Rubens's work in his own landscape painting of this title, also in the Collection.
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