De Zwaan, from the Netherlands, sells on 1 November 2017 as lot 4508 an "Antwerp School, 16th century" Lamentation, an oil on panel of 57 by 44 cm estimated at 2,000 to 4,000 Euro.
While I haven't been able yet to find a direct example or likely artist for it, it seems to be based on the works of Joos van Cleve Antwerp, 1480-1540).
Rijksmuseum), the cross, including its texture, and the position of some of the Mary's.
Considering the quality of the work for sale and its age, it seems very cheap, and it wouldn't surprise me if it fetched 10,000 Euro instead.
UPDATE: sold for 4800 Euro, above the highest estimate but still cheap I think.