2 - 3 April 2013
PROPERTY OF THE CLEVELAND MUSEUM OF ART, SOLD TO BENEFIT FUTURE ACQUISITIONS
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A CARVED BOXWOOD FIGURE OF A BAGPIPE PLAYER,
GERMAN, 17TH CENTURY
6¼in. (16cm.) high
Hugo Oelze, Amsterdam, sold Paul Brandt, Amsterdam, 23 April, 1968.
Gift of Carol L. Brewster, Baltimore, 1970.
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