Waagen, Gustav Friedrich
Treasures of art in Great Britain: being an account of the chief collections of paintings, drawings, sculptures, illuminated mss., etc. (Supplement): Galleries and cabinets of art in Great Britain — London, 1857

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Letter X. MR. MATTHEW ANDERSON'S COLLECTION.

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Teniees.—A man and woman in the open air. Signed. Very
true and harmonious.

Aey de Voys.—A young man in elegant dress looking up-
wards. Warm, clear, and careful.

Wouveemans.—A landscape with a horseman on a road. A
charming and clear picture in his first manner, and allied to his
master Wynants.

Jan Hackeet.—A wood. Signed, and dated 1665. This
picture, though painted in an unusually cool tone, allied to Py-
nacker, shows the whole charm of the master.

Pynackee.—A landscape. Cattle are being driven through a
ford in the foreground. A bull is refractory. Behind is a wood.
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