|Title||Mountain Landscape with Waterfall|
|Collection||Culture and Sport Glasgow (Museums): Kelvingrove Museum|
|Artist||Vollerdt, Johann Christian (German painter, 1708-1769)|
|Date Earliest||probably about 1730|
|Description||Like its pendant, the Landscape with Buildings and Figures beside a Lake, this Mountain Landscape with a Waterfall is quite a conventional eighteenth-century mountainous landscape painting from the northern schools. A river with a smooth waterfall, a solid tree, a tower and a high rocky mountain in the background are the principal means of composition.|
|Current Accession Number||341|
|Inscription||front ll 'Vollerdt. p.'|
|Measurements||17.8 x 23.5 cm cm (estimate)|
|Material||oil on panel|
|Acquisition Details||Given by William Euing 1856.|
|Publications||Dutch and Flemish Netherlandish and German Paintings, Glasgow Art Gallery and Museums, 1961, vol. 1, text, p. 147, vol. 2, illustrations, p. 116.|
An illegible inscription in ink on the back, fragment of a label '899_', label on frame 'Reg. No 22. Landscape with figures Jan Vollaerdt'.
A pendant to Landscape with Buildings and Figures beside a Lake, no. 340, in the same collection.
|Rights Owner||Culture and Sport Glasgow (Museums)|
|Author||Dr Heiner Krellig|