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The small-sized picture representing a Company of Arquebusiers in the Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge (cat. Marlay Bequest, No. 27), is attributed to Martinus Lengele. It is considered to be a replica by his own hand of the painting which in the 18th century was still hanging in the large upper room of the u Sebastiaansdoelen tt in The Hague and on which Jan van Gool read Lengele's signature and the date 1660. The ensign in the picture is the painter himself. It was probably intended for Captain Cornells van Bladen or for the painter himself. In 1929 S. Alberge, art dealer, The Hague, had a second replica, of inferior quality, but otherwise exactly similar.
Oud Holland © 1951 Brill