19 - 20 June 2012
Attributed to Hendrick Maertensz. Sorgh (Rotterdam c. 1610-1670)
A pig carcase in a barn interior, a dog devouring a piece of meat beside it
indistinctly signed (lower left)
oil on canvas
48.2 x 32.2 cm
Jacques Goudstikker, Amsterdam, inv. no. 666b; Looted by the Nazi
authorities, July 1940; Sale, Weinmueller, Munich, 20 January 1941, lot 97.
Professor Richard Knecht, Munich.
Private collection, Germany.
Restituted to the heir of Jacques Goudstikker, March 2012.
The present work is being offered for sale pursuant to a settlement
agreement between the consignor and the heir of Jacques Goudstikker.
This settlement agreement resolves any dispute over ownership of the
work and title will pass to the buyer.
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