This is marked in pencil on the back, "P. Wouvermanns." It is a picture in his style and subject. Philip Wouvermanns was born at Haarlem, 1620; died 1668. Landscapes containing figures of horses were his especial fancy. Though but forty-eight when he died, he left nearly 800 pictures painted by his own hand. He had a brother Peter, 1625-1683, who "often approached so near his brother that his pictures are attributed to him." Waagen. [P. 13 (S); a note by a contemporary hand reads: "Also in ink Eisehbeim or Eisebbein." The same hand has crossed out "P. Wouvermanns" in the commentary and has written "Von Wobermann" in its place.]
Catalogue of the Bowdoin Collection of Paintings, Bowdoin College. Brunswick: Joseph Griffin. 1870.