London, South Kensington
5 December 2007
Pieter Casteels III (Antwerp 1684-1749 Richmond)
A wooded landscape with a huntsman and a stag
pen and brown ink, watercolour, double pen and brown ink framing lines, on blue paper
12½ x 10 5/8 in. (318 x 270 mm.); and A townscape, by another hand (2)
Dr Alfred Scharf, and by descent.
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A similar drawing by Pieter Casteels the Younger was sold at Christie's, Amsterdam, 12 November 1990, lot 175.
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