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Version of this landscape with completely different figures in Hermitage (Ertz as Jan II, #23; panel, 48 x 67). RKD has it as Jan the Elder.
Subject of this picture is actually the "return from the Kermis" as painted in previous generation by Aertsen. Little peasant child at left has a pennant in her hand, and in midground two peasant people are helping along a third who is clearly drunk. The rich people have been there too because somebody has stuck a pennant into the lead horse's bridle! There is a charming little Pieter I moment at far right midground where a cowherd is blowing his horn and herding some cattle over the crest of a hillock. Really nice, interesting work.
Quite good variant A.F. Mondschein, New York, 1947 (panel, 44.5 x 71 cm).