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River View with a Ferry and a Bastion
River View with a Ferry and a Bastion River View with a Ferry and a Bastion

By Salomon Jacobsz van Ruysdael

River View with a Ferry and a Bastion
River View with a Ferry and a Bastion River View with a Ferry and a Bastion

A ferry approaches the quay. The ferryman pulls the boat along a rope in the water. Ruysdael’s signature and the date appear on the boat. The churches and castles in Salomon van Ruysdael’s paintings can seldom be identified. The village and the bastion in this painting look as if they are real places but it has proved impossible to identify them. Salomon and his brother Isaack, the painter Jacob van Ruisdael’s father, were actually called De Goyer. They changed their name to that of their father’s castle, Ruisschendael.

Year

1664

Material

olieverf op paneel

Dimensions

49,4 x 68,4 cm

Credit

Frans Hals Museum, photo: Margareta Svensson

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