Spatial problems and overall quality here suggest that this was a studio work, though it is stronger than the many, many works that seem to have taken off from it. Many are attributed by Ertz to Jan the Younger (see Ertz 1984, #s 90-96). One is in Ertz 2008-10, cat. #193 as Jan the Elder. We do know that Jan the Younger produced paradise landscapes after his father's death. In fact some were left unfinished in the studio. Other versions not in Ertz 1984 include a painting in Stourhead House, Wiltshire (panel, 55 x 85) -- wiki page; one with Spark, New York, 1957 (65 x 92) -- wiki page; another collection Lazaro, Madrid (76 x 90) -- wiki page. Awful variant of these with dealer Abels, Cologne, 1939 (panel, 86 x 53). Somewhat better variant, related to these, in London, National Gallery, in 1929 #1881 (panel, 53 x 84) -- wiki page. Photographs of several other bad versions at RKD without measurements or support. One odd enormous one (canvas, 114 x 165) sold Brussels, Fievez, May 29/30, 1899 #17.
Copy attributed to follower of Jan Brueghel the Elder, sold at Chirstie's October 28, 1988 (copper, 35.8 x 48.8 cm).