Cottage near the Entrance to a Wood, Rembrandt van Rijn.
If I were writing an illustrated dictionary of art terms, next to “economy of notation” I would have one of Rembrandt’s drawings.
Interestingly, for an artist whose paintings were primarily portraiture, many of Rembrandt’s etchings, and a high percentage of the drawings apparently done for his own pleasure, were landscapes.
In the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Use “Fullscreen” link and zoom or download arrow.