Proportions of this painting, nearly square, are very odd for Jan and do not match those of variants below at all: could it have been cut down?
Good copy in Sarasota, Ringling Museum, inv. 765 (panel, 54.6 x 76.2). The Ringling Museum's catalogue entry, by Franklin Robinson (cat. #6) notes that that this version is very heavily restored and one cannot tell if it was original or not. However, underdrawing and pentimenti are visible through thin paint layer, arguing that it might actually be original. Ertz now attributes it to Jan the Younger, his 1984 cat. #44.
Another version identical to Sarasota work with similarly panoramic proportions but smaller in size (copper 27 x 35.1) formerly art market Amsterdam (de Boer 1954), bad repro. at RKD voordening folder 31. I think that Robinson is mixed up here in listing the Sarasota one as with De Boer in 1954; this is a different painting. Evidently another work on copper, 27 x 35.1, formerly in Frans collection, Brussels -- could this be the De Boer version?