10 September 2009
A DANISH SILHOUETTE PAINTING-ON-GLASS
Depicting a gentleman standing, holding a letter and a seated lady, sewing, in an interior with two silvered mirrors, two children and a dog, within a parcel-gilt and ebonised rectangular moulded frame, with trade label and a circular paper label inscribed '1049 23', further inscribed '95/Y60', '350' and '95'
20 x 15½ in. (51 x 39 cm.) [without frame]
Pelham Galleries, London.
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