5 July 2011
German (?) School, 17th Century
The Conversion of Saint Paul
dated 'Anno 1619.2 15' and inscribed 'Eidoges ce rendano' [God said 'Saul, Saul, why do you persecute me?' Acts 22:7]
pen and brown ink, brown wash, watermark tree, unframed
7¾ x 11¾ in. (19.4 x 29.6 cm.)
G. Vallardi (L. 1223), with his shelfmark 'G138' and attribution 'Procaccini Ercole senior' (on the verso).
C. Gasc (L. 544).
with Galerie Gabor Kekko, Lucerne, Meisterzeichnungen VI, [undated], no. 24 (as Sir Anthony van Dyck).
with Gallery Kekko, Toronto, Important Old Master paintings and drawings from the 15th-18th century, 1978, unnumbered (as Sir Anthony van Dyck).
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