One of the basic "type"landscapes of which many many copies and variants exist. This original has some damage, but it also has some claim to being the prime (or the earliest) of the group.
The two paintings that Ertz calls possibly autograph variants, 1979 #s 161 and 162, are really extremely different.
More variants noted by Ertz:
Drawing closely related to the present painting: Landscape with Windmills (19.7 x 30.9), New York, Metropolitan Museum of Art, Inv. #42 186. Ertz is not sure whether the drawing is a study for or a copy after the painting; it is certainly not “followed” in any other version. In general, in fact, the group of pictures is an excellent example of how drawings or sketches of motifs–the windmill, a house, individual figures and groups of figures, horses, and carts–were shuffled and combined, reversed and reduced and expanded, to produce new variants at different scales and on different supports.