30 January 2009
Johann Adam Klein (Nuremberg 1792-1875 Munich)
A woman milking a cow
5 5/8 x 8 1/8 in. (141 x 205 mm.); and A town along a river; and Two donkeys, one with a rider, by the same hand; Jan Kobell II, A sleeping cow; Dutch School, 19th Century, Cows in a field with a peasant woman (recto); Study of a bull (verso) (5)
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