8 July 2009
Marco Ricci (Belluno 1676-1730 Venice)
A watermill in an extensive mountainous landscape, with peasants climbing trees in the foreground
black chalk, watercolour, bodycolour, on dark brown paper
11 7/8 x 17¾ in. (30.3 x 45 cm.)
For early provenance, see previous lot.
Anonymous sale; Christie's, New York, 28 January 2000, lot 37.
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