Frits Lugt particularly appreciated the Dutch landscape and marine painters, and his collection reflects this with paintings by Jan van Goyen, Jacob van Ruisdael, Willem van de Velde, Nicolaes Berchem and most of the other artists who specialised in these genres during the Golden Age. In this case as well, Lugt often chose paintings of exceptional significance in the oeuvre of each particular artist. For example, the Landscape with Hunters by Jan Asselijn, an Italianising painter from whose production only three winter landscapes have come down to us.