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Quite a lot of copies and variants of this work exist, including Ertz 1979 #303 which he now attributes to Jan the Younger. Other: Berlin, Gemaldegalerie, #688 (panel, 67.8 x 95.5); Werche A 68. Painting in French private collection. Variant in Glasgow, Art Gallery.
There has been some back and forth about both attribution and dating on this work and the Berlin version. Ertz accepts current work, attributes Berlin version to Jan the Younger. Werche says that both must be by same Brueghel and she votes for Jan the Younger; however, she says that style of figures points to date of ca. 1608. Therefore her hypothesis is that there was a lost prototype by Jan the Elder and Van Balen from ca. 1608 and both of these works must be copies from ca. 1625 by Jan the Younger and Van Balen. My impression from good photographs was that Berlin painting is not quite as good as present work, and therefore present work has some chance of being that original as Ertz now agrees (w/ earlier date).
Variant sold at Sotheby's London, November 20, 1957, #130 (panel, 52 x 86 cm); illustrated Ertz 2008-10, p. 705, fig. 343/3.