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Philips Wouwerman, Army Camp, c. 1660 - 1670

A group of horsemen are arriving at a tent being used as an inn, indicated by the tankard hanging on the pole. One of the men is playing his trumpet, while others have already found themselves a sweetheart.

Wouwerman, who specialised in horse painting, chose an active scene here for depicting his favourite subject. Dark clouds drift overhead, the flags are flapping and the horses are restless.

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