15 May 2009,
London, South Kensington
Price realised GBP 3,750
Estimate GBP 1,200 - GBP 1,500
A PAINTING, EARLY 18TH CENTURY
in ink and slight colour on silk, of a young girl reclining against pierced rockwork, wearing long flowing robes tied at the waist with a red cord and a delicate floral headdress, holding a fan in her left hand and with her head resting on her right and turned upwards looking at a bat in flight -- 33in. x 28½in. (83.8cm. x 72.4cm.), framed and glazed.
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