Will or Willem van Nieulandt was supposed to be a disciple of master Paul Brill (1554-1626 AD) a Flemish maestro of brush, and graver and burin, working mostly from Rome, then the Papal states in the Italian Peninsula.
But his horses and horse-related activities are of interest to me -
firstly, perhaps his landscape of a town of Bracciano - and this detailed portrayal of a 6-horse team and carriage with travelling wealthy(assumption) passengers with a heavily armed escort. Horses are driven from the saddle
more carriages -
first painting contains renderings of rather simpler carriages and wagons, and some fine horsemen, with a wind mill on the hillock
and some working as ridding hacks, draft and pack horses, like this detail showing not only horses carrying sacks of flour but also a water mill and some other details, like the hens and rooster etc.
and donkeys .. in Forum Romanum, Rome.
and some lowly herders - sheep and goats from his brushes