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    Sale 2818

    European Noble and Private Collections

    31 March - 1 April 2009, Amsterdam

  • Lot 357

    Attributed to Johann Rudolf Daelliker (Berlin 1694-1769 Schaffhausen)

    Portrait of Johannes Berseth, half-length, in a gold embroidered red jacket over a harness and a white jabot

    Price Realised  

    Estimate

    Attributed to Johann Rudolf Daelliker (Berlin 1694-1769 Schaffhausen)
    Portrait of Johannes Berseth, half-length, in a gold embroidered red jacket over a harness and a white jabot
    oil on canvas
    83.8 x 65.4 cm.


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    The original canvas is said to have been inscribed with the name of the painter, the name and age (22) of the sitter and the date 1742.

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    Provenance

    Jürg Stuker (according to an inscription on reverse).


    Pre-Lot Text

    The property of a noble lady
    (lots 357-368)