30 January 2009,
New York, Rockefeller Center
Price realised USD 1,500
Estimate USD 1,500 - USD 2,000
Circle of Pieter Lastman (Amsterdam 1583-1633)
A male figure in Oriental dress
traces of black chalk, pen and brown ink, brown wash
7 x 4 in. (178 x 102 mm.); and Dutch School, 17th Century, Portrait of a gentleman leaning on a balustrade, holding a glove; Circle of Anthony van Dyck, Portrait of a man, three-quarter length, holding a hat and gloves, the face unfinished; German School, 18th Century, Portrait of a man, three-quarter length; Jan Ryter, Self-portrait inscribed in an oval; German School, 16th Century, A knight holding a falcon and a shield; Johann Henrich Lips, A portrait of Gaspard Duchange (7)
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In his files Professor Held suggested an attribution to Jan Boeckhorst and Jan Cossiers for the Circle of van Dyck portrait.
Gaspard Duchange (Paris 1662-1775) was a French printmaker, printseller and publisher.
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