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. He was one of van Poelenburg’s most successful pupil’s, initially in copying his master’s style of small landscape paintings. Later however, he turned to portraiture, where he made a good living painting the portraits of the local elite. He also became a successful art dealer in The Hague.