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I bought these two paintings over 40 years ago. I believe they are from the golden age of dutch landscape painting, the 1600's.

They are painted on beveled mahogany panels, 8 x 6 inches and one of the paintings has a very faint signature in what looks like pencil on the back. There are no signatures on the paintings themselves.

The paintings are oil, and they both show river scenes. In one painting it shows someone walking along a river bank, and the other shows two people standing behind wooden boats, with a windmill in the background

Does anyone have any ideas as to who may have painted them? Thank you.