25 March 2015
This lot is offered without a reserve
FRÉDÉRIC BOURGEOIS DE MERCEY (PARIS 1803-1860 LA FALOISE)
Vue de Salerne depuis la route de Vietri sul Mare
inscrit et daté '[sa]lerne 1839'
mine de plomb, sur deux feuilles de papier
18 x 52.9 mm.; on joint:
a. Une lithographie de cette même vue de Salerne par Eugène Ciceri (1813-1890) (pl. 8)
b. Frédéric Bourgeois de Mercey, Vue de Presenzano près de Caserte (pl. 8)
Tampon d'atelier de l'artiste (L. 3667).
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