Pijl has suggested that this was an original Colonna commission and was a pendant to the Wide River Landscape with Resting Travellers that was Ertz 1979 #4. I don't see why they should be "pendants": like Borromeo, the Colonnas were clearly buying up a lot of Brueghels of identical size and support. It is moreover not clear that these were original commissions of theirs -- why were certain works kept forever and others sold off? There is also a painting by Bril dated 1594 that shares a provenance with this and Ertz 4: it is also on copper, 18 x 23.5 (so smaller than the Brueghels). It was in the Cologne/Antwerp exhibition of 1992; in the Cologne catalogue it was #23.1.
A loose copy of this painting was in the Gemäldegalerie, Vienna, #984 (panel, 70.5 x 97 cm). It was shown by F. Bruckman A.G., in Munich.
The present painting was at the TEFAF in Maastricht, 2007.