London, South Kensington
1 October 2008
Luigi Mayer (Italian, 19th Century)
Sarcofago cavato dal sepolcro dei re de giuda oggi ad uso di fonte fouri le mura di Gerusalemme.
15½ x 21¼ in. (39.3 x 54 in.)
and other three watercolour by Luigi Mayer: The Tomb of Lazarous, two religious scenes, and a watercolour by John Charles Dollman of an allegorial scene.
five in the lot (5)
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