17th-century painting of dogs in a wooded landscape attributed to Adriaen Beeldemaker (Dutch, 1618-1709). Dogs are lounging in the foreground and a group of men are gathered in the background. Painting is rendered in oil on pine board. Original battens on reverse secured with rosehead nails. Displayed in a carved giltwood frame. Indistinguishable signature on the upper left corner of wood panel. Craquelure, age wear.