Oil on panel, 30.5cm by 41.25cm. In a carved and giltwood frame.
Jan van Haensbergen was a pupil of Cornelius van Poelenburg (1594-1667) of Utrecht and was one of the most successful.
Initially, like his master, he painted small landscapes, but later having turned to portraiture, he made a good living painting portraits of the local élite.
He also became a successful art dealer in The Hague.