London, South Kensington
13 July 2001
Isaak Vromans (c. 1655-1719)
Flowers in a sculpted urn, with a lizard, a snake, toadstools, butterflies, an overturned urn and peonies on a forest floor
with initials 'IV' (lower right)
oil on canvas
52 x 38¾ in. (132 x 98.5 cm.)
Anon. Sale, Christie's, London, 2 May 1980, lot 118, as 'Isaak Vromans' (sold £1,500)
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