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17th century Dutch or Flemish school landscape painting, oil on fabric, professionally mounted on board. Depicts a young woman seated below a tree, next to a stream, and talking with a man while another man leans over a stream, foreground; additional figures and trees amongst rolling hills in the background. Housed in an ebonized wood frame with carved giltwood liner with brass placard reading "Saloman Ruysdael/1613-1670". Conservation label en verso with attribution to Adriaen van Stalbemt (1580-1662). Note: we have not been able to confirm an attribution to either artist. Sight – 17 1/4" H x 21" W. Framed – 26" H x 29 1/2" W. Provenance: an East Tennessee estate. CONDITION: Painting professionally conserved in 2005. Conservation summary label en verso of painting. Scattered inpainting to sky area visible under UV light. Some slight abrasions to the frame, one 1/4" chip to left side of frame.