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An old tree rises in the foreground, left of centre. A man is bundling together some brushwood to the left of the tree. Another man holding a basket watches from beside a large tree stump. On a winding path to the right of the tree, a man leads a horse loaded with packs followed by a young woman holding a pitcher. The couple, probably servants, are addressed from the side of the road by another traveller with a stoop who carries a bag on his back and holds a stick.
oil on panel
111.8 x 158.7 cm
purchased from Messrs Thomas Agnew & Sons, 1957