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This painting is part of a series of the five sense completed between 1617-1618. Please see:
A copy attributed to Jan Brueghel (I?) and Jan van Kessel (panel, 69 x 115 cm) sold at auction in Antwerp, Mar. 13, 1932, #67.
A copy attributed to JBI and van Balen described as "Allegory of Abundance" sold by de Hirsch, June 17, 1904, #11.
Copy attributed to Jan Brueghel (I?) and Jan van Kessel sold Brussels, Dec. 8, 1924 by P. Verrier.
Copy attribued to to Jan Brueghel and H. van Balen (panel, 66 x 108 cm), sold Vienna, J. C. von Klinkosch, April 2, 1889, #29.
Possibly same copy in Goldschmidt collection in 1898 (see Sight) and I think was sold 17 June 1904 from collection Barone de Il (?) along with Sight. Panel, 68 x 110, close to original size and not bad.
A hideously poor copy sold Fievez 8-9 December 1924 #26 (panel, 170 x 112 which cannot be right). Could this be identical with first one listed above?
Represented at left is a version of Ertz 488 or 489, the Fruit Garland with Offering to Ceres that is a collaboration between Jan and Van Balen.