This whole cluster of Forest Landscapes have only been attributed to Jan rather recently, largely based on the arguments of Pijl. Previously they were usually associated with Coninxloo, understandably -- if they are by Jan, they certainly link him and Coninxloo.
In this work, the paint appears to be rather heavy and pasty, unlike Jan's more characteristic works of a couple of years later. But it is hard to know what he would have been painting like in 1593! The face of the hunter is quite characteristic of Jan.